The SCANDEM 2019 is designed to bring experts, researchers, technicians and exhibitors together from different life and material sciences imaging modalities to stimulate knowledge exchange and the formation of new collaborations.
The program will offer an attractive combination of lectures and poster sessions from electron and light microscopy, X-ray to image analysis, with poster presenters selected for short talks. It will also provide excellent opportunities for discussions and informal gatherings. Take the opportunity to challenge your brain, create a new network, and maintain existing relations! The parallel sessions will cover the following topics within imaging research: Imaging across scales/multimodal Microscopy (Correlative microscopy, cryo-EM, X-rays, 3D volume EM, etc.); Live & Fast super-resolution microscopy – Frontiers in imaging of ultrafast processes; Molecular and Functional Imaging; Quantitative high spatial resolution spectroscopy; In situ Microscopy; Artificial Intelligence in big data analysis, and computational microscopy. In addition, to notable scientists, the meeting will also attract younger researchers and technicians who are building their careers and are looking to interact with leaders in the field. We hope that you will be able to join us in Gothenburg for what is certain to be a very exciting and educational meeting. On behalf of the entire organization committee we are looking forward to host you during the brightest time of the year around the Swedish midsummer!
All abstracts should be submitted online in English language and should not exceed 350 words (excluding authors and affiliations).Abstract submission deadline 15th April 2019!
Only accepted abstracts and fully paid registration will be printed in the conference program!
Oral presentation – All talks selected from abstracts will be 15 minutes. Plan to speak no longer than 12 minutes to allow time for a few questions. Refer to the final program for the time slot of your talk.
Prof. Dr. h.c. mult. Stefan W. Hell, (Nobel Laureate 2014), Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany
Prof. Silke H. Christiansen, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany
Prof. Christian Eggeling, Biophysical Imaging, Leibniz-ipht, Germany
Prof. Per Persson, Ångströmhuset – Electron Microscopy, University of Linköping, Sweden
Prof. Moritz Helmstaedter, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Germany
Dr. Sara Abrahamsson, University of California Santa Cruz, USA
Dr. Andrew B. Yankovich, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Prof. Rachela Popovtzer, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Prof. Peijun Zhang, Director of eBIC, Diamond Light Source, University of Oxford, UK
Prof. Angus Kirkland, Director of ePSIC, Diamond Light Source, University Oxford, UK
Prof. Peter Horvath, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Dr. Perrine Paul-Gilloteaux, University Nantes, France
Prof. Jakob Birkedal Wagner, Center for Electron Nanoscopy, DTU, Denmark
Prof. Fred Hamprecht, Heidelberg University, Germany and Visiting Professor at Uppsala University
Prof. Niels de Jonge, INM – Leibniz Institute for New Materials, Germany
Dr. Andy Stewart, Transmission Electron Microscopy University of Limerick, Ireland
Dr. Ilaria Testa, Scilifelab, Sweden
On behalf of the entire organization committee we are looking forward to host you during the brightest time of the year around the Swedish midsummer. We wish you a wonderful stay in Gothenburg!
Centre for Cellular Imaging, Sahlgrenska Academy
Chair of SCANDEM 2019 (https://scandem2019.se/)
Mynd af loftæðum tók Sara Sigurbjörnsdóttir.