[Cell-biology] Webinar Invitation: Deconvolution of Microscopy Images

dhitrys from qimaging.com via cellbiol%40net.bio.net (by dhitrys from qimaging.com)
Mon Sep 17 16:22:49 EST 2007


You are invited to attend a live, interactive, web-based instructional
seminar:

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"Deconvolution - Issues to Consider for Widefield and Confocal
Microscopy"

Presented by Jonathan Girrior
3D Applications Manager at AutoQuant Imaging (now part of Media
Cybernetics)
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Details are below.  Connection lines are limited, so reserve yours
now. There is no charge to participate in this on-line seminar.


When:
Thursday, 27-September, 1:00PM (Eastern time; 10 AM Pacific time.)
Duration: Approximately 1 hour.

Pre-register (required) at:
https://mediacy.webex.com/mediacy/j.php?ED=99822737&RG=1

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Details:
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Deconvolution has proven to be a powerful new tool for performing high-
resolution multi-dimensional imaging of biological specimens.  It is
used for increasing the sensitivity and improving the resolution of
standard widefield microscopes and for improving the resolving
capabilities of confocal systems.  Attendees of this live, no-cost
webinar will learn about the latest technology for performing
deconvolution on a variety of microscope images and understand better
the relative strengths and weaknesses of several popular algorithms.
Bring your questions to this live, interactive web-based seminar.

- What is deconvolution and how does it work?
- Discussion on empirical vs. derived point-spread functions
- Uses in fluorescence and brightfield modalities
- Difference from confocal imaging
- How do I choose one over the other?
- Pro and cons- where deconvolution works and where it doesn't
- Challenges and advice
- A few before/after examples using Image Pro 3D Constructor


Upcoming Webinar:  "3D Imaging: Issues to Consider for Biological
Microscopy" (invitations will be sent separately).


Sponsored by Media Cybernetics (Image Pro and AutoQuant software) and
QImaging (precision CCD cameras)

This seminar requires that attendees use a Java-enabled browser with a
high bandwidth connection. Audio is via toll-free telephone.

There is no charge to participate in this on-line seminar.



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