The meetings of the European Light Microscopy Initiative are well-known for presenting the latest and greatest in the field of light microscopy in both applications and techniques.
The sessions for the elmi2018 programme have been selected to help showcase the research is some of the emerging and rapidly-developing areas of optical microscopy whilst allowing those working on the fringes the opportunity to submit their work to what is set to be a great conference.
Abstract submission will open on Tuesday 24 October for both oral and poster presentation with the deadline in January 2018. Invited speakers will be announced online as they are confirmed but we hope that these provisional sessions start to get you as excited about elmi2018, as much as we are!
Session Organisers: Sebastian Munck, Susan Cox
Light Sheet Microscopy and in vivo Imaging
Session Organisers: Peter O'Toole, Susan Cox
Approaches in Correlative Microscopy
Session Organisers: Peter O'Toole, Dimitri Scholz
Session Organisers: Heinz Peter Nasheuer, Dunja Skoko, Oliver Blacque
Frontiers in Imaging Analysis
Session Organisers: Susan Cox, Jez Simpson, Sebastian Munck
Frontiers in Imaging, Probes and Label Free
Session Organisers: Dimitri Scholz, Dunja Skoko, Gail McConnell
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