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Quantitative BioImaging 5-7 January 2017

Posted December 05, 2016

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Quantitative BioImaging 2017

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA
5-7 January 2017

Registration is open at: www.quantitativebioimaging.com/registration

Full conference program: www.quantiativebioimaging.com/program

Quantitative BioImaging (QBI) 2017 is the 5th international conference in this series with focus on the quantitative analysis of bioimaging data in an interdisciplinary manner. It will bring together researchers from engineering, (bio)physics, biology and chemistry who work on quantitative aspects of microscopy. A major goal of the organization of the conference is to allow for significant interactions amongst the participants. We are planning extensive overview lectures on a number of important areas and hope to be dealing with these topics in a more substantial way than what is typically done.

Keynote Speakers:

  • Ernst Stelzer, Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Frankfurt, Germany
  • Marino Zerial, Max Planck Institute Dresden, Germany
  • Robert Singer, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA

Invited Speakers (confirmed): C. Calderon (Denver, USA); C. Cogswell (Boulder, USA); S. Cox (London, UK); Y. Kalaidzidis (Dresden, Germany); P. Kner (Athens, Georgia, USA); U. Kubitscheck (Bonn, Germany); E. Lemke (Heidelberg, Germany); K. Lidke (Albuquerque, NM, USA); J. Liphardt (Stanford, USA); J-C. Olivo-Marin (Paris, France); B. Rieger (Delft, The Netherlands); J. Rittscher (Oxford, UK); N. Stuurman (San Francisco, USA); G. Rohde (Charlottesville, VA, USA); K. Rohr (Heidelberg, Germany); Y. Shechtman (Stanford, USA); S. Stallinga (Delft, The Netherlands); N. Thompson (Chapel Hill, HC, USA); W. Wiegraebe (Seattle, USA).

2017 Meeting Minisymposia, Special Sessions and Workshops:Tutorials presentations on:

  • Tracking.
  • Point spread function engineering.
  • Clustering in single molecule microscopy.

Minisymposia:

  • Microscopy methods in biopharma.
  • Single molecule approaches in the analysis of nuclear pore complex transport.

Workshop:

  • Software development for microscopy data analysis.

Registration Fee:

There will be no registration fee for academic attendees as in prior years, but registration is required.

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