Lightsheet workshop

Microscopy Workshop

ZEISS on Your Campus

ZEISS on Your Campus Workshop Series

Join us: November 13 - 14, 2013, Aarhus, Denmark
Aarhus University, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics

ZEISS on Your Campus is a free global workshop series aimed at educating scientists and students in the fundamentals of microscopy and emerging technologies in both light and laser scanning microscopy. ZEISS on Your Campus 2013 will focus on the basics of acquiring images for scientific publication.

Lectures and hands-on-tutorials include:
•    The basics of microscopy (and related applications)
•    Optimizing the use of current equipment
•    Selecting the best technology for specific applications
These are applicable to any type of microscopy products or configuration.

The workshop is addressing all users working with fluorescence, confocal microscopy and image acquisition related in bioscience.
Please view the schedule and select the activities that suit your research or attend the entire event for a more complete training.

In order to ensure a productive learning environment, registration is required and group sizes are strictly limited.

 

Program:
Day 1 - Nov 13

9.15-10.15     Conference room: 2nd floor building 3130
Session 1        Equipment and optimization
                      - Conventional fluorescence microscopy and image acquisition.
                      (Jesper Kielsgaard, ZEISS)       
   
10.25-11.00    Conference room: 2nd floor building 3130
Session 2         Overview of optical sectioning microscopy family - including the new Lightsheet Z.1.
                      (Franziska Klein, ZEISS)

11.15-12.15    Conference room: 2nd floor building 3130
Session 3        The Perfect Image.
                      Tips and tricks for a reliable use of confocal laser scanning microscopes.
                     (Franziska Klein, ZEISS)

12.15-13.15    Lunch break

13.15-16.30*  Room: 2nd floor building 3130
Session 4A     Hands-on demonstration.
                     Conventional fluorescence microscope incl. apotome techniques.
                     System: ZEISS Axio Observer and ZEISS Axio Zoom.V16
                     (Jesper Kielsgaard, ZEISS)

13.15-16.30*  Room: 5.1.02
Session 4B     Hands-on demonstration.
                     Basic confocal microscope, introduction to instrument.
                     System: ZEISS LSM 700
                     (Anders Roed, ZEISS)

13.15-16.30* Room: 4.0.01
Session 4C     Hands-on demonstration.
                     Advanced confocal microscope and applications.
                     System: ZEISS LSM 780 GaAsP 32+2 PMT
                     (Franziska Klein, ZEISS)

 

Day 2 - Nov 14

9.30-12.30* Room: 2nd floor building 3130
Session 5A     Hands-on demonstration.
                     Conventional fluorescence microscope incl. apotome techniques.
                     System: ZEISS Axio Observer and ZEISS Axio Zoom.V16
                     (Jesper Kielsgaard, ZEISS)

9.30-12.30* Room 5.1.02
Session 5B     Hands-on demonstration.
                     Basic confocal microscope, introduction to instrument.
                     System: ZEISS LSM 700
                     (Anders Roed, ZEISS)

9.30-12.30* Room 4.0.01
Session 5C     Hands-on demonstration.
                     Advance confocal microscope and applications.
                     System: ZEISS LSM 780 GaAsP 32+2 PMT
                     (Franziska Klein, ZEISS)

12.30-13.30 Lunch break

13.30-15.00 Individual demonstration / own samples.

* All hands on sessions (4A, 4B, 4C, 5A, 5B and 5C) will be approximately 1-2 hours, depending on number of participants and applications.

All registered participants will take part in the draw for a ZEISS Victory Compact Binoculars 8x20.

Location:
Institut for Molekylærbiologi og Genetik - Plante Molekylærbiologi
Incuba Science park – Building 3130, entrance B2
Gustav Wieds Vej 10
8000 Aarhus C, Denmark

If you have further questions, please contact:
 
events .microscopy .de @zeiss .com

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