LSFM 2016 has arranged workshops on 31 August 2016 prior to the start of the main conference. Commercial workshops will provide demonstration and sample testing opportunities of commercial products. Educational workshops will focus on different aspects of light-sheet imaging, including sample preparation, image analysis and data handling, and demonstration of home-built SPIMs. Educational workshops will be demonstrated by experienced tutors. You are encouraged to bring samples and to process/render real light-sheet images.
As each session has limited space, we would like you to tell us your four preferences for the subjects and the sessions. We will fill in the time slots accordingly and email you the sessions we can allocate in due course.
A £30 fee is applied to fund consumables, lunch and coffee breaks.
The workshop sessions take place at 11.00 - 12.30, 13.30 - 15.00 and 15.30 - 17.00; you can attend one workshop during each session.
Each workshop will be running 3 times and each occurrence has limited places available.
List of Workshop Sessions
Leica Microsystems - TCS SP8 DLS
Cairn Research - Flexible, open-source, low-cost light-sheet solutions
Carl Zeiss - Light-sheet Z.1
Omicron -Laserage Laserprodukte GmbH - Lasers and light engines for light sheet microscopy
Sample Preparation for light-sheet imaging - hosted by Emmanuel Reynaud (UCD)
SPIM image processing (multi-view registration, fusion etc.) - hosted by Stephan Preibisch (MDC-Berlin)
Build your own SPIM - hosted by Johannes Girstmair (UCL) and Mathias Pasche (Cambridge)
How to register for Workshops
Step 1: Click on the link below to select the Workshop Sessions you would like to attend. Wherever possible, your first choice selections will be allocated to you; however, please note that due to limited numbers, places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
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