EMBO Practical Course: Advanced methods in bioimage analysis

This advanced course on methods in bioimage analysis concentrates on teaching cutting-edge concepts and tools for quantitative image analysis and will seek to upgrade the competencies of future bioimage analysis experts on both theoretical algorithm advancements as well as on practical implementation skills.

Organizer: EMBL Heidelberg together with the BioImage Informatics Facility in Uppsala
Location: EMBL Heidelberg
Time of event: Sep 10-15, 2023
Deadline for registration: Jun 18, 2023
Weblink: https://www.embl.org/about/info/course-and-conference-office/events/bia23-01/
Contact email: diah.yulianti@embl.de

Phd Course: New imaging & Fluctuation Metods – Superresolution, Lightsheet and FCS-techniques (3 ECTS)

This course covers lectures and practical demonstrations in super-resolution microscopy and light-sheet imaging, as well as fluctuation correlation spectroscopy techniques. During week 2 participants (at home) use the aquired knowledge about the advance microscopy techniques to plan their own research projects.

Organizer: KTH-ALM
Location: SciLifeLab in Solna, Tomtebodavägen 23
Time: May 22nd-25th lectures/demos; May 29th – June 2nd own project, 2023
Contact and registration: stewen@kth.se, Stefan Wennmalm KTH/SciLifeLab

EMBL course on Advanced fluorescence imaging techniques

Do you want to learn how to derive qualitative and quantitative insights on molecular mechanisms in cells and developing organisms? Then join ‘Advanced fluorescence in imaging techniques’, a hands-on course for researchers using light microscopy equipment to solve biological problems at the cellular and molecular level in vivo.

Organizer: EMBL Heidelberg
Location: EMBL Advanced Training Centre
Time of event: May 7-12, 2023
Deadline for registration: February 12, 2023
Weblink: https://www.embl.org/about/info/course-and-conference-office/events/mic23-02/?utm_source=EMBL+courses+and+conferences&utm_campaign=ad0cc26a4e-MIC23-02+announcement&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_-ad0cc26a4e-%5BLIST_EMAIL_ID%5D#vf-tabs__section-53de8397-0f08-449c-b4a4-0fdca47249f2
Contact: lea.hohmann@embl.de

Basic Course in Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopy (SEM/TEM) for Physical Sciences

This course covers lectures and practical demonstrations in SEM and TEM techniques. The contents include principles of focused electron and ion beam microscopy, specimen preparation for EM imaging and advancements in electron microscopy such as high-resolution TEM, scanning TEM, electron diffraction, elemental analysis and in-situ electron microscopy.

NMI node: UCEM at Umeå University
Location: Lectures at KBC Building and laboratory demonstrations at UCEM, Umeå
Time of event: February 21-23, 2023
Deadline for registration: February 14, 2023
Weblink: https://www.umu.se/en/research/infrastructure/medicinska-fakulteten/u/umea-centre-for-electron-microscopy-ucem/courses-workshops-and-training/basic-course-feb-2023/
Contact: linda.sandblad@umu.se

You can find more info on UCEM’s courses here: https://www.umu.se/en/research/infrastructure/medicinska-fakulteten/u/umea-centre-for-electron-microscopy-ucem/courses-workshops-and-training/

PhD course on Digital Image Analysis for Scientific Applications (DIASA)

The target group is PhD students from all subjects where digital image analysis (IA) is used as a research tool. No previous experience in IA is required from the course participants, but an interest in its potential as a tool in their own research is important. The course can be followed with a basic knowledge of mathematics (corresponding to upper‐ secondary level entry requirements) and basic computer skills.

NMI node: BIIF at Uppsala University
Location: Dept. IT, Uppsala University and on zoom
Time of event: second half of spring 2023
Deadline for registration: February 10, 2023
Weblink: https://www.teknat.uu.se/education/doctoral-studies/courses/faculty/2023-image-analysis-for-scientific-applications-digital/
Contact: carolina.wahlby@it.uu.se

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