ACS National Meetings are where chemistry professionals meet to share ideas and advance scientific and technical knowledge. By attracting thousands of chemical professionals, the meetings provide excellent opportunities for sharing your passion for chemistry, connecting with the world's largest scientific society, and advancing your career in this ever-changing global economy.
Approximately every two years from 2006 through 2015, there was a conference focused on ImageJ-based software, including both the core program itself, as well as applications and plugins thereof. As the community has grown, the ecosystem of imaging software tools has grown increasingly powerful and diverse, and therefore, the scope of the conferences has grown as well. In 2018, the conference name was changed to communicate this evolution of scope. The Fiji and ImageJ development teams at Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden and LOCI in UW-Madison are pleased to announce the continuation of the ImageJ conference.
The Crick BioImage Analysis Symposium (CBIAS) aims to showcase image analysis techniques to biomedical researchers and to demonstrate how such approaches can help them advance their research. Crick BioImage Analysis Symposium logo The symposium will bring together life scientists and leading developers of bioimage analysis methods to illustrate how such approaches can answer defined biological questions.
Beginners Guide to Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging in Life Sciences Symposium
The online FLIM symposium is co-organized by CMCB Light Microscopy Facility of Technische Universität Dresden, Imaging Network of WWU Münster, Center of Advanced Imaging of HHU Düsseldorf University and Core Facility Bioimaging of LMU München. The talks are live and online while the hands-on sessions (WS1 – WS9) are combination of interactive sessions and recorded videos. There, the experts will showcase further developments in the field, and how FLIM contribute to take their research to the next level. Our aim is to address the applications of FLIM microscopy in life science and discuss the tips and tricks in FLIM data analysis and data acquisition.
Following the cancellation of emc2020, this virtual meeting will provide an opportunity for Early Career Scientists who would have attended and presented at the congress, to still present their work at an International Meeting this year.
Spanish and Portuguese Advanced Optical Microscopy Meeting
SPAOM is a joint effort from the Red Española de Microscopía Óptica Avanzada (REMOA) and Portuguese Platform of Biomedical Imaging (PPBI). The main purpose of SPAOM is to organise an annual congress covering new applications in optical microscopy and image analysis.
From Images to Knowledge with ImageJ & Friends Conference
Discovery in the life-sciences increasingly relies on quantitative analysis of microscopy images. In a virtual format, I2K 2020 will again bring together developers and users of state-of-the-art open source solutions for biological image analysis. It will be a forum for discussing forward looking strategies for dealing with the ever increasing flood of large and content rich microscopy imagery. The conference is designed to promote interactive discussions between users and developers of bioimage analysis methods and software. The speaker line-up features researchers at the front-lines of algorithm development and their application to extraordinarily large and complex image datasets. Additionally, all major open source platforms that implement bioimage analysis tools will be represented by their respective lead developers. Online poster sessions, tutorials, breakout workshops and social gatherings will give all participants a unique networking opportunity.
20th International European Light Microscopy Initiative Meeting
Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands
ELMI conferences were established as a unique networking opportunity providing exchange of information between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of microscopy equipment. They have become a regular meeting place of scientists who develop and apply advanced light microscopy in their research, as well as becoming a crucial conference for imaging networks and people working in imaging facilities.
The ELMI-2020 meeting will cover many techniques and applications, including sessions about: Functional & live cell imaging, Image data management and analysis, Intravital imaging, Light sheet microscopy, Correlative light and electron microscopy, and New technologies and probe.
The CNSP-RCPS is a pan-Canadian network of professional/staff working in any aspect of research scientific platforms (i.e. technology resources, core facilities) at the technical, managerial or administrative level. The aim of the network is to represent diverse technologies and institution types from regions all across the country