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ZEISS On Your Campus Truck

Join and experience connected microscopy.

Visit us and meet our experts.

Today’s research environment is highly dynamic and demands meaningful insights within ambitious time frames. From data management to global collaborations, from application design to data analysis - the challenges couldn’t be more complex. Connected microscopy starts with your ambition and grows along your vision. It enhances workflows, manages data and adds context to your findings.

Starting in August the ZOYC Truck will travel through four countries and make stops in 21 cities. 

On the stop in Würzburg, ZEISS is offering the opportunity to experience microscopy workflows at first hand. We offer you the real-time experience in an individual hands-on session to test new functionalities in microscopy and talk to experts about your needs. 

Within a one-hour demonstration, you can personally gain insight into connected microscopy from ZEISS.

Expert talks, in addition to the Truck Program.

Prof. Dr. Markus Sauer, Biocenter University of Würzburg, will discuss in his online lecture "Present, future and past of super-resolution microscopy by dSTORM".
In addition join the online system demonstration of live imaging with unprecedented resolution with Elyra 7 with Lattice SIM².
Furthermore, we focus on image processing in an expert talk and offer individual hands-on sessions to work with own data sets on-site.

Book your appointment now - Slots are limited.

Get device demos, improve your skills and share your ideas.

Connect your microscopy workflows

Celldiscoverer 7
  • Highest flexibility in a boxed system
  • Optimized for live cell imaging
  • Automatic carrrier calibration and objective lens correction
     

LSM 900 with Airyscan

Connect your projects with LSM 900

  • From widefield to superresolution imaging on a single platform
  • Find and analyze your samples with deep learning algorithms
  • Highest signal to noise at speed with Airyscan 2
 

Axio Zoom.V16 Apotome

Zoom microscopy for biomedical and material research

  • Stepless 16x zoom with high numerical aperture
  • Large working distance for sample accessibility
  • Image and tile large samples in a single frame
  • Add efficiency to your diagnostic imaging
  • Acquire detail-rich images in true color
  • Complete stand-alone concept
ZEN Connect Renderer Export

Software Applications for Connected Microscopy

From imaging to analysis

  • Bring context to your data
  • Connect your workflow and gain unique insights
  • Simplify your image analysis with AI

Electron and X-Ray Microscopy

Multi-scale characterization by correlative X-ray and FIB-SEM Microscopy

  • Highest resolution even at a distance
  • Characterize your samples with unique 3D tomography precision
  • Combine non-destructive imaging with high resolution tomography in 3D
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Elyra Lattice SIM² | Remote Demonstration

Live imaging with unprecedented resolution and speed

  • Double the conventional SIM resolution
  • Distinguish the finest sub-organelle structures at the speed of life
  • No specific sample preparation required

Program

Online Talk: Present, future and past of super-resolution microscopy by dSTORM 
Prof. Markus Sauer, Department of Biotechnology and Biophysics, Biocenter, Julius Maximilian University Würzburg​

Oct 20, 2021 | 2 - 3 pm
Oct 20, 2021 | 2 - 3 pm
Abstract

Super-resolution microscopy by single-molecule photoactivation or photoswitching and position determination (localization microscopy) has the potential to fundamentally revolutionize our understanding of how cellular function is encoded at the molecular level. Among all powerful high-resolution imaging techniques introduced in recent years, localization microscopy excels at it delivers single-molecule information about the distribution and, adequate controls presupposed, even absolute numbers of proteins present in subcellular compartments. This provides insights into biological systems at a level we are used to think about and model biological interactions. We briefly introduce basic requirements of localization microscopy, its potential use for quantitative molecular imaging, and discuss present obstacles and ways to bypass them. I will demonstrate the advantageous use of single-molecule localization microscopy by dSTORM for quantitative imaging of plasma membrane receptors and the molecular architecture of multiprotein complexes including imaging by 3D lattice-light-sheet dSTORM. In addition, I will show how single-molecule localization microscopy can be used advantageously to improve next generation immunotherapies. Finally, I will show how dSTORM in combination with expansion microscopy can pave the way for super-resolution imaging with true molecular resolution.

Universität Würzburg​, Campus am Hubland​, am Naturwissenschaftlichen Hörsaalgebäude ​, Theodor-Boveri-Weg 1​, 97074 Würzburg​

Online Talk: From Imaging to Results –Bring Context to your Data​
Dr. Martin Kuttge, Dr. Sebastian Rhode, ZEISS

Oct 20, 2021 | 3:15 - 4:45 pm
Oct 20, 2021 | 3:15 - 4:45 pm
Abstract

Keeping the data connected and accessible during a complex imaging workflow becomes increasingly important, even more so if several users are involved. ZEN provides integrated solutions for data management and data fusion which help microscope users in their daily workflows. ​
The ZEN Connect module allows a seamless fusion of data from different instruments not only in 2D but also in 3D, while keeping a track of the data in well-structured projects. This is complemented by ZEN Data Storage which allows a central server-based access and sharing of images. ​
To extract information from images the ZEN ecosystem platform provided various powerful tools to segment and analyze images. Using ZEN Intellesis together with www.apeer.com platform enables users to train and deploy their own machine-learning models and integrate them into different workflows incl. tools like ZEN Guided Acquisition, where the Image Analysis is used to guide the microscope automatically to your regions of interest.

Universität Würzburg​, Campus am Hubland​, am Naturwissenschaftlichen Hörsaalgebäude ​, Theodor-Boveri-Weg 1​, 97074 Würzburg​

ZEISS On Your Campus Truck
Join and experience connected microscopy

Oct 21 - 22, 2021 | 9 am - 4 pm
Oct 21 - 22, 2021 | 9 am - 4 pm

ZEISS is offering individual hands-on sessions to test new functionalities in microscopy and talk to experts about your needs. Within a one-hour demonstration, you can personally gain insight into connected microscopy from ZEISS.


System demonstration: Live imaging with unprecedented resolution with Elyra 7 with Lattice SIM²

Oct 22, 2021 | 10 - 11 am
Oct 22, 2021 | 10 - 11 am
Abstract

ZEISS Elyra 7 with Lattice SIM²
Live Imaging with Unprecedented Resolution
The super-resolution microscope Elyra 7 takes you far beyond the diffraction limit of conventional microscopy: With Lattice SIM² you can now double the conventional SIM resolution and discriminate the finest sub-organelle structures, even those no more than 60 nm apart. You don‘t need to sacrifice resolution when imaging at high speed using only the minimal exposure needed for life observation. Elyra 7 enables you to combine super-resolution and high-dynamic imaging – without the need for special sample preparation or expert knowledge of complex microscopy techniques.

Universität Würzburg​, Campus am Hubland​, am Naturwissenschaftlichen Hörsaalgebäude ​, Theodor-Boveri-Weg 1​, 97074 Würzburg​

Hands-on to work with own data-sets: Integrated data analysis and visualization with ZEN ​

Oct 22, 2021 | 10 am - 4 pm
Oct 22, 2021 | 10 am - 4 pm

Universität Würzburg, Biozentrum Hubland, Lehrstuhl Biotechnologie/Biophysik Prof. M. Sauer, room C 323

Locations

ZOYC Truck:  Universität Würzburg​, Campus am Hubland​, am Naturwissenschaftlichen Hörsaalgebäude ​, Theodor-Boveri-Weg 1​, 97074 Würzburg​
Online Expert Talks
:  Link will follow
Hands-On Sessions:  Universität Würzburg, Biozentrum Hubland, Lehrstuhl Biotechnologie/Biophysik Prof. M. Sauer, room C 323

Registration

Würzburg 

October 21 - 22, 2021
October 21 - 22, 2021

Your safety is our top priority. Complying with the hygiene regulations in the respective countries, we will apply the following measures:

Physical distancing

Face masks

Limited number of people

Ventilation between appointments

Extensive desinfection