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program (as of March 7, 2003)

Sunday, April 13th
18.00-18:20 Opening ceremony
18.20-18:55 Fraser, S. Imaging the cells and motions of embryology with light and MRI microscopies
18.55-19:30 Kawata, S. and N. Hayazawa and Y. Inouye Tip-enhanced near-field Raman microscopy for molecular imaging
19:30-20:05 Hell, S.W and C.M. Blanca and A. Egner and M. Dyba and V. Westphal and L. Kastrup Towards far-field fluorescence nanoscopy
20:05 Welcome reception Sponsored by Leica and Comune di Genoa

Monday, April 14th
08:45-10:30Plenary session
08:45-09:20 Müller, M. and S.W.H. Wurpel and J.M. Schins and S. Roke and M. Bonn Probing without a probe: multiplex non-linear vibrational micro/spectroscopy
09:20-09:55 Wiseman, P.W. Adhesion receptor dynamics and interactions: measurement in cell membranes by image correlation methods
09:55-10:30 Periasamy, A. and R.B. Sekar and Y. Chen and R.N. Day One- and two-photon excitation FRET-FLIM microscopy imaging of proteins in living cells and tissue
11:10-12:30Parallel sessions A,B
AMicroscopy of living cells I
11.10-11.30 Bausinger, R. and T. Endreß and C. Brduchle and A. Zumbusch Single virus tracing: observation of a single dye labeled virus on its infectious entry pathway into a living cell
11.30-11.50 Waharte, F. and S. Coscoy and C. Brown and E. Coudrier and F. Amblard Dynamics of brush border cytoskeletal proteins revealed by two-photon FRAP: experimental results and theoretical tools
11.50-12.10 Houtsmuller, A.B. and A.L. Nigg and J. Essers and D. Hoogstratenand P. Farla and R. Kanaar and J.H.J. Hoeijmakers and W. Vermeulen Dynamics of gene transcription and DNA repair in living cells
12.10-12.30 O'Donohue, M-F. and E. Eliasand P. Tchélidzé and H. Bobichon and L. Lucas and E. Bittar and D. Ploton Effect of actinomycin D upon upstream binding factor localization: A (3D + time) study
11.10-11.30 Xie, S. and J.-X. Cheng and E. Potma and X. Nan CARS microscopy: coming of age
11.30-11.50 Silberberg, Y. and N. Dudovich and D. Oron Single-pulse CARS spectroscopy and microscopy
11.50-12.10 Otto, C. and N. Uzunbajakava and D. Hofman Epi-detected multiplex CARS of cells and biomaterials
12.10-12.30 Zumbusch, A. and T. Hellerer CARS (Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering) correlation spectroscopy
12:30-14:00Finger lunch
14:00-15:20Parallel sessions A,B,C
A Microscopy of living cells II
14:00-14:20 Ficz, G. and J. Post-Vermeij and R. Heintzmann and D.J. Arndt-Jovin Live whole animal and organ imaging in Drosophila
14:20-14:40 Suhling, K. and J. Siegel S. and S. Lévêque-Fort and S.E.D. Webb and P. Lanigan and Y. Sabharwal and D. Phillips and D.M. Davis and P.M.W. French Mapping the rotational diffusion of fluorophores in live cells with time-resolved wide-field fluorescence anisotropy imaging
14:40-15:00 Dilaver, G. and J. Schepens and A. van den Maagdenberg and M. Wijers and B. Pepers and W. Hendriks and J. Fransen Colocalisation of the protein tyrosine phosphatases PTP-SL and PTPBR7 with β4-adaptin in the Golgi apparatus and endosomes in neuronal cells
15:00-15:20 Mironov, A.A. and G.V. Beznoussenko and A. Trucco and A. Luini >5D-microscopy: is it possible?
14:00-14:20 Potma, E.O. and X.S. Xie CARS microscopy of single lipid bilayers
14:20-14:40 Uzunbajakava, N. and J. Greve and C. Otto Non-resonant Raman microscopy: imaging of DNA and protein distributions in apoptotic cells
14:40-15:00 Lin, C.-J. and F.-J. Kao Harmonic generation microscopy of dental sections
15:00-15:20 Zvyagin, A.V., Alexandrov, S.A., Silva, K.K.M.B.D., Hillman, T.R., Armstrong, J.J., Tsuzuki, T., Sampson, D.D. Bifocal refractive index tomography of turbid media
COptical theory I
14:00-14:20 Lefrançois, M. and S.F. Pereira Time evolution of the diffraction pattern of an ultrashort laser pulse
14:20-14:40 Wilson, T. and F. Massoumian and R. Juškaitis Pupil function engineering for confocal microscopy
14:40-15:00 Neil, M.A.A. Vectorial approach to pupil filter optimisation for the generation of arbitrarily polarised beams
15:00-15:20 Martmnez-Corral, M. and C. Ibáñez-López and M.T. Caballero and G. Saavedra Tunable optical sectioning in single-photon fluorescence confocal microscopy by leaky filters
15:20-15:40 Schönle, A. and S.W. Hell Calculation of vectorial three-dimensional transfer functions in large angle focusing systems with arbitrary pupil functions
16:00-17:30Parallel sessions A,B
A New developments in confocal microscopy instrumentation
16:00-16:30 Dixon, A. and C. Power (Bio-Rad) Pseudo-bandpass filters. A flexible solution for spectral discrimination and unmixing
16:30-17:00 Borlinghaus, R. and M. Hoppe (Leica) "Schafft mehr Licht!" - Goethe and confocal microscopy
17:00-17:30 Ankerhold, R. (Zeiss), Advanced Imaging Microscopy Combined spectral and spatial imaging methods to study structure and function in the living and material worlds
B Image processing I
16:00-16:20 Bron, Cph. R. and F. Sadlo and J.S. Schittny and P.H. Burri Microtomography and 3D skeleton analysis of vascular and airway trees
16:20-16:40 Margadant, F. Generalized hardware based volume projection for nonuniform volume datasets
16:40-17:00 Gan, X. and X. Deng and Q. Lu and M. Gu Monte Carlo model for coherent microscopic imaging through turbid media
17:00-17:20 Marbet, P. and L. Landmann Characterization of endocytic pathways in rat hepatocyte couplets by colocalization analysis using deconvolved confocal image stacks
17:45Departure bus, city tour
19:00Villa Spinola: Cocktail (sponsored by Zeiss) & Conference diner

Tuesday, April 15th
08:45-10:30Plenary session
08:45-09:20 Stelzer, E.H.K. and S. Enders and J. Swoger and J. Huisken High-resolution observation of large samples in a widefield theta microscope
09:20-09:55 Ritchie, K. and Kusumi Membrane Organizer Project Single particle tracking microscopy of fast molecular diffusion in membranes: single molecule localization at 25 microsec. timescales and 17 nm resolution
09:55-10:30 Gratton, E. Scanning FCS, a new tool to observe membrane dynamics
11:10-12:30Parallel sessions A,B
ABiological systems
11.10-11.30 König, K. Multiple gene imaging and optical gene transfer by near infrared femtosecond laser pulses
11.30-11.50 De Cinti, E. and R. Morisi and P. Ornaghi and P. Ballario and P. Filetici Cell dynamics by confocal microscopy in budding yeast
11.50-12.10 Essers, J. and G. van Cappellen and E. van Drunen and A. Theil and N.N.G.J. Jaspers and A.B. Houtsmuller and W. Vermeulen and R. Kanaar Dynamic organization of genetic recombination proteins and chromosomes
12.10-12.30 Colombelli, J. and E.H.K. Stelzer LSD: Laser Scanning Dissection for biological tissues
BMicroscopy methods I
11.10-11.30 Gustafsson, M.G.L. and L. Shao and D.A. Agard and J.W. Sedat Nonlinear structured illumination microscopy
11.30-11.50 Egner, A., Goroshkov, A. and N. Martini and S. Verrier and S. Jakobs and S.W. Hell 4Pi-microscopy of live (mammalian) cells
11.50-12.10 Gu, M. Two-photon scanning fluorescence microscopy under total internal reflection
12.10-12.30 Takimoto, S-i. and K. Fujita and S. Kawata and O. Nakamura Two-photon tomographic microscopy with z-scanning by non-planar wavefronts
12:30-13:30Lunch mediterraneo
13:30-15:00Posters (see below)
B01-B28 Biological systems
I01-I05 Image processing
M01-M20 Microscopy general
O01-O07 Optical theory
V01-V09 Various
15:30-17:10Parallel sessions A,B
A Biology, single molecule methods
15:30-15:50 Chirico, G. and F. Cannone and A. Diaspro and V. Pellegrini A reversible and permanent green fluorescent protein mutant for two photon excitation fluorescence microscopy
15:50-16:10 Kubitscheck, U. and A. Hoekstra and D. Rohleder and T. Kues and J.-P. Siebrasse and R. Peters Nucleo-cytoplasmic transport analysed at the single molecule level
16:10-16:30 Berezhna, S. and R. Heintzmann and N. Kahya and S. Schaefer and S. Gordon and P. Schwille Imaging and tracking of single molecules in giant unilamellar vesicles
16:30-16:50 Segers-Nolten, I. and C. Wyman and N. Wijgers and W. Vermeulen and A. Lenferink and J. Hoeijmakers and J. Greve and C. Otto Confocal single molecule analysis of nucleotide excision repair complexes
16:50-17:10 Young, I.T. and V. Iordanov and R. Moerman and L.R. van den Doel and G.W.K. van Dedem and H. Dietrich and A. Bossche and B.L. Gray and L. Sarro and P.W. Verbeek and L.J. van Vliet Monitoring enzyme-catalyzed reactions in nanoliter wells: comparing a microscope-based reader and in situ photodiodes
B Microscopy, fluorescence time resolved
15:30-15:50 Van Munster, E.B. and T.W.J. Gadella jr. Φ-FLIM: a new method to avoid aliasing in frequency-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy
15:50-16:10 Fujita, K. and M. Kobayashi and O. Nakamura and S. Kawata Time-gated imaging for second-harmonic generation microscopy
16:10-16:30 Bergmann, A. and W. Becker and R.R. Duncan Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy with spectral resolution (SLIM)
16:30-16:50 Koberling, F. and M. Wahl and M. Patting and H. Rahn and R. Krahl and R. Erdmann A fluorescence lifetime imaging microscope with single molecule sensitivity and multichannel detection capability
16:50-17:10 Iyer, V. and B.E. Losavio and P. Saggau Acousto-optic random-acces laser-scanning microscopy with single- and multi-photon excitation for fast functional imaging of living nerve cells
EveningCity lights
19:30Backstage visit
20:30La Bohème

Wednesday, April 16th
08:45-10:25Parallel sessions A,B,C
ANon-linear microscopy of living cells
08:45-09:05 Smith, N. and K. Fujita and S. Iwanaga and O. Nakamura and T. Takamatsu and S. Kawata Mechanisms and applications of ultrashort pulsed laser interactions with living cells
09:05-09:25 Sun, C.-K. and S.-W. Chu and C.-C. Chen and T.-M. Liu and C.-Y. Lin and H.-J. Tsai Developmental biology studied by harmonic generation microscopy
09:25-09:45 Latouche, G. and H.S. de Bruijn and E. Verhagen and H.C. Gerritsen and H.J.C.M. Sterenborg Two photon excitation and second harmonic generation imaging for non-invasive diagnosis of superficial cancer
09:45-10:05 Bush, P.G. and A.C. Hall Imaging cells within connective tissue; advantages offered by two-photon microscopy?
10:05-10:25 Pohl, E.E. and R. Nitsch and A. Smorodchenko and C. Infante-Duarte and O. Aktas and F. Zipp Real-time imaging of T cell-mediated neuron damage in living brain tissue using two-photon microscopy
BMicroscopy methods II
08:45-09:05 Dodt, H.-U. and K. Becker Confocal microscopy in transmitted light
09:05-09:25 Cogswell, C.J. and V. Chumachenko Extended depth microscopy for live-cell imaging: new wavefront-coding designs improve image quality
09:25-09:45 Rohrbach, A. and E.H.K. Stelzer Photonic Force Microscopy: new limits and applications
09:45-10:05 Jonáš, A. and M. Speidel and E.-L. Florin Study of particle-surface interaction using high-precision fluorescent particle tracking
10:05-10:25 Huisken, J. and J. Swoger and E.H.K. Stelzer Differential Active Optical Manipulator (DAOM): particle manipulation with four laser beams
CImage processing II
08:45-09:05 Kriete, A. Automated tissue analysis: acquisition, profiling and informatics
09:05-09:25 Matula, P. and M. Skalníková and M. Kozubek and M. Hausmann Precise image alignment and image reconstructions in micro axial tomography
09:25-09:45 L. Kubínová and J. Janáček and B. Radochová and E. Demjénová and Z. Tomori Confocal stereology: efficient tool for quantitative evaluation of microscopical structure
09:45-10:05 Adler, J. and I. Parmryd and I. McKay and S.N. Pagakis On the quantification and representation of colocalisation
10:05-10:25 Pawley, J. The intensity spread function (ISF): a new metric of photodetector performance
11:10-12:30Parallel sessions A,B,C
AFluorescence microscopy I
11.10-11.30 Stanley, C.M. Mirror and filter design for confocal & multiphoton microscopy
11.30-11.50 Zimmermann, T. and J. Rietdorf and A. Girod and V. Georget and R. Pepperkok Applications of spectral imaging and linear un-mixing on confocal and non-confocal setups
11.50-12.10 McConnell, G. and G.L. Smith and J.M. Girkin and A.M. Gurney and A.I. Ferguson Two-photon fluorescence imaging of rat cardiac cells labeled with Fura-2 AM using an all-solid-state ultra-fast tunable visible laser source
12.10-12.30 Rück, A. and F. Dolp and C. Happ and N. Akgün and E. Haseroth and M. Beil and R. Steiner Intracellular fluorescence lifetime imaging of ALA-PPIX using ps diode lasers and TCSPC techniques in laser scanning microscopes
BMicroscopy methods III
11.10-11.30 Booth, M. and T. Wilson Frequency domain fluorescence lifetime confocal microscopy using a violet diode laser
11.30-11.50 Mazzini, G. and N. Baraldo and M. Angelini Light emitting diodes as possible excitation source for fluorescence microscopy and cytometry
12.10-12.30 Šerý, M. and P. Jákl and J. Ježek and A. Jonáš and P. Zemánek and M. Liška The use of a multiple generated laser beams for surface measurement
COptical theory II
11.10-11.30 Braat, J.J.M. and P. Dirksen and A.J.E.M. Janssen and A.S. van de Nes Extended Nijboer-Zernike description of the high-aperture focal field created by a beam with angular momentum
11.30-11.50 Török, P. and J. Shamir and P.R. Munro and M.A.A. Neil and C. Paterson Confocal microscopy using singular beams
11.50-12.10 Sheppard, C. Resolution in second harmonic generation microscopy
12.10-12.30 Munro, P.R.T. and P. Török Zernike phase contrast microscopy
12:30-13:30Finger lunch
13:30-14:50Parallel sessions A,B,C
A Fluorescence microscopy II
13:30-13:50 Bernas, T. and M. Zarebski and J. Dobrucki Reduced photobleaching and phototoxicity of fluorescent dyes in microscopy under deoxygenated conditions
13:50-14:10 Costes, S.V. and D. Daelemans and E.H. Cho and G. Pavlakis and S. Lockett Acceptor photobleaching FRET efficiencies corrected for dynamic protein dissociation
14:10-14:30 Kikuchi, K. and H. Takakusa and T. Nagano Development of novel FRET probes for ratiometric imaging of protein tyrosine phosphatase activity
14:30-14:50 Sprague, B.L. and R. Pego and J.G. McNally General models for FRAP in the presence of diffusion and binding
B Microscopy methods IV
13:30-13:50 Juškaitis, R. Confocal endoscopy
13:50-14:10 Swoger, J. and J. Huisken and E.H.K. Stelzer Multiple Imaging Axis Microscopy (MIAM): improved resolution in optically thick samples
14:10-14:30 Heintzmann, R. and P.A. Benedetti Space and frequency domain reconstruction strategies in a confocal microscope based on patterned illumination and wide-field image collection
14:30-14:50 McConnell, G. and E. Gu and C. Griffin and C.W. Jeon and H.W. Choi and J.M. Girkin and M.D. Dawson Structural and performance evaluation of gallium nitride micro-LED arrays via multiphoton fluorescence imaging
C Microscopy, fluorescence quantification
13:30-13:50 Schwertner, M. and M.J. Booth and T. Wilson and M.A.A. Neil High resolution interferometry for characterisation of specimen induced aberrations
13:50-14:10 Moneron, G. and A. Dubois and F. Lequeux and A.C. Boccara Multiple local probe microscopy
14:10-14:30 Lévêque-Fort, S. and J. Penon and M.P. Fontaine-Aupart and G. Roger and P. Georges Multifocal multiphoton microscopy for FLIM
14:30-14:50 Brakenhoff, G.J. and J. Zwier and G. van Rooij and H. Hofstraat A quantitative calibration method for fluorescence microscopes
15:00-15:30 Closing lecture: Jovin, T.M. et al. New probes for tracking signal transduction
15:30Leica and GIC sponsored awards
15:50Closing remarks G.J. Brakenhoff
16:00Farewell drinks

Poster presentations
Biological systems
B01 Lang, C., Zablow, L., Siegelbaum, S.A., Zakharenko, S.S. Rapid changes of dendritic spine morphology during induction of long-term potentiation
B02 Wouterlood, F.G., Böckers, T., Witter, M.P. Synaptic contacts in rat brain made visible in the confocal laserscanning microscope via neuroanatomical tracing, triple immunofluorescence detection, deconvolution, 3D-reconstruction
B03 Esterman, M.A., Blazer-Yost, B.L., Vlahos, C.J. Confocal imaging of insulin stimulated trafficking of GFP labeled epithelial sodium channels
B04 Sameni, M., Dosescu, J., Moin, K., List, K., Bugge, T.H., Sloane, B.F. Expression of cathepsin B, urokinase and urokinase receptor in colon tumor cells and stromal cells modulates extracellular matrix degradation
B05 Ramoino, P., Fronte, P., Beltrame, F., Fato, M., Usai, C., Diaspro, A. Endocytosis of GABAB receptors by an association with clathrin modulates membrane excitability in Paramecium
B06 Magillo, F., Faimali, M., Falugi, C., Gallus, L., Garaventa, F., Geraci, S., Piazza, V., Tagliafierro, G. Test of swimming speed alteration of Balanus amphitrite nauplII by computer assisted image analysis: a new tool for coastal pollution monitoring
B07 Pagliara, P., Mita, P., Dini, L. U937 differentiation under magnetic field exposure: morphology changes and acquirement of phagocytose activity
B08 Bottaro, M., Ferrando, S., Ferrando, T., Gallus, L., Vacchi, M., Tagliafierro, G. 3D representation of the ampullae of Lorenzini
B09 Ferrando, S., Gallus, L., Pedemonte, F., De Lorenzo, S., Zanzi, D., Tagliafierro, G. 3D representation of two different peptidergic systems in the olfactory bulb and brain of Raja clavata from serial sections
B10 Santo, N., Fontaneto, D., Fascio, U., Melone, G., Ricci, C. Morpho-functional study of muscular system of Hexarthra mira (Rotifera)
B11 De los Ríos, A., Wierzchos, J., Grube, M., Ascaso, C. Contributions of confocal microscopy to the ultrastructural study of terrestrial algal-fungal associations
B12 Vaghi, P., De Giuli, L., Visai, L. Speziale, P., Fabbi, M. Laser scanning confocal microscopy analysis of B. henselae interaction to cat red blood cell
B13 Buttino, I., Ianora, A., Miralto, A. Confocal laser scanning microscope: a new tool to study cell death and microfilament disruption during embryogenesis of marine organisms
B14 Fava, E. and P. Nicotera Investigating temporal and spatial control in neuronal death using advanced microscopy techniques
B15 Scaglione, S., Beltrame, F., Diaspro, A., Mastrogiacomo, M. Tissue engineering: methods for bone quantification and scaffolds, geometric properties analysis
B16 Mazzini, G., Ferrari, C., Göhde, W., Erba, E. Dual excitation multicolor fluorescence flow cytometry for detailed live-dead cell transition studies
B17 Wolinksi, H., Grube, M., Blanz, P. Three-dimensional visualization of fungal nuclei in complex cell systems
B18 Kunerth, S., Koch-Nolte, F., Guse, A.H. Analysis of subcellular calcium signals in T-lymphocytes
B19 Kunerth, S., Guse, A.H. Rapid confocal imaging of subcellular calcium signals in living cells
B20 Ramoni, C., Spadaro, F., Podo, F. The confocal laser scanner microscopy in the study of phosphatidylcholine- specific phospholipase C
B21 Van Dalen, G., Blonk, H. Droplet size measurements in food emulsions using confocal microscopy
B22 Van Dalen, G., Blonk, H., Van Aalst, H. 3-D imaging of foods using X-ray microtomography
B23 Koidis, P., Paraskevopoulus, K.M., Stanciu, S.G., Stanciu, G.A. Laser scanning microscopy used for investigations on bioactive materials used in restorative dentistry and implantology
B24 Self, T.J., Oakley, S.M., Hill, S.J. Characterisation of the histamine-induced internalisation of a GFP-tagged human histamine H1 receptor
B25 Cheng, P-C., Sun, C-K. Nonlinear Bio-photonic crystal effect of silica deposition in plants
B26 Grimaldi, B., Krol, S., Diaspro, A., Filetici, P., Ballario, P. What determine growth direction in fungal hyphae?
B27 Villa, A.M., Doglia, S.M. Mitochondria in human carcinoma cells studied by laser scanning confocal microscopy
B28 Sacile, R., Montaldo, E., Ruggiero, C., Nieburgs, H.E., Nicolò, G. A neural network approach to identify sub-visual alterations in chromatin arrangement of normal appearing cells
Image processing
I01 Rooms, F., Philips, W., Van Oostveldt, P. Joint estimation and restoration of confocal images
I02 Yuan, J., Wang, G., Xu, Z. Image blind deconvolution based on ICA algorithm
I03 Davolio, M., Epifani, M., Scarito, M., Boccacci, P., Bonetto, P., Diaspro, A., Usai, C., Ramoino, P. Power-up your microscope
I04 Kozubek, M., Matula, P., Matula, P., Mejzlík, P. How to interconnect microscopy and image analysis resources using computer networks for effective collaboration on a common research topic
I05 Karen, P., Jirkovská, M., Tomori, Z., Demjénová, E., Janáček, J., Kubínová, L. 3-D reconstruction based on composing series of confocal images by GlueMRC and LinkMRC software
Microscopy general
01 Fragola, A., Aigouy, L., Boccara, C. Apertureless scanning near-field optical microscopy for fluorescence imaging: applications in physics and biology
M02 Cannone, F., Chirico, G., Scotto, M., Baldini, G., Diaspro, A. Measurement of the laser pulse width on the microscope objective plane
M03 Quercioli, F., Tiribilli, B., Vassalli, M., Ghirelli, A. Multiphoton microscopy: laser source diagnostic
M04 Steinmetz, I. New insights with confocal application objectives
M05 Larson, A.M., Iyer, V., Hoogland, T.M., Saggau, P. Fiber-coupled non-descanned 4p detection with a commercial confocal microscope modified for multi-photon imaging
M06 Mariani, T., Vanni, L., Ascoli, C. The 'milliscope': very wide scan range for probe microscopy
M07 Chu, S-W., Liu, T-M., Chen, I-H., Sun, C-K. Real-time second-harmonic-generation microscopy based on a 600-mW, 2 GHz repetition rate Ti:sapphire laser
M08 Wessel, S., Pagel, S., Ritter, M., Hohenberg, H., Wepf, R. Limitation of topographic measurements of real objects in reflection CLSM
M09 Braeckmans, K., De Smedt, S., Demeester, J. A 3-D model for FRAP with the CLSM
M10 Lanigan, P., Suhling, K., Webb, S.E.D., Siegel, J., Lévêque-Fort, S., Neil, M.A.A., Davis, D.M., French, P.M.W. FLIM with optical sectioning by structured illumination applied to live cells
M11 Dieterlen, A., Hueber, N., Colicchio, B., Jacquey, S. Characterization tools for 3-D fluorescence microscopy system identification
M12 Kress, H., Stelzer, E.H.K., Rohrbach, A. Non-spherical probes in photonic force microscopy
M13 Becker, N., Stelzer, E.H.K., Rohrbach, A. Single molecule mechanics probed with a Photonic Force Microscope
M14 Lidke, D. Comparison of LEDs to a modulated laser light source for use in frequency domain fluorescence lifetime imaging
M15 Deguil, N., Mottay, E., Choquet, D., Legros, P., Salin, F., Lounis, B., Cognet, L. Tunable infrared femtosecond laser for multi-photon microscopy
M16 Brocas, A., Canioni, L., Sarger, L. THG analysis for an efficient selection of objectives in non linear microscopy design
M17 Covino, C., Pennuto, M., Calebiro, D., Persani, L., Valtorta, F., Dunlap, D. Donor photobleaching FRET microscopy in cell biology
M18 Sacconi, L., Choudhury, A., Pavone, F.S. Measurement of potential membrane in live cells by second harmonic generation microscopy
M19 Olympus Confocal Microscopy
M20 De Macedo, M.P. and A.J. Barata and A.G. Fernandes and C.M. Correia Development and test of instrumentation using a linear sensor for confocal microscopy
Optical theory
O01 Gu, M., Ganic, D., Chon, J., Gan, X. New features of light focusing by high numerical-aperture objective
O02 Baruah, K.K., Ahmed, G.A., Choudhury, A. Superresolution through application of annular and sub-wavelength aperture
O03 Heere, F.H., Pereira, S.F., Van de Nes, A.S. Focussing of high numerical aperture optical beams with arbitrary polarisation state
O04 Quabis, S., Dorn, R., Leuchs, G. The effect of polarization on the focal intensity distribution
O05 Dubois, A., Boccara, A-C. Effect of numerical aperture on phase change on reflection in interference microscopy
O06 Haeberlé, O., Török, P. Modeling of the optical microscope
O07 Dubois, A., Moneron, G., Grieve, K., Boccara, A.C. High-resolution three-dimensional biological media imagery using white-light interference microscopy
V01 Kao, F-J., Hong, X., Takei, H. Micro-surface plasmon resonance biosensing with cap-shaped gold nanoparticles
V02 Krol, S., Diaspro, A., Cavalleri, O., Silvano, D., Cavanna, D., Gliozzi, A. Nanocapsules with permanent or removable core - an innovative tool for medicine and science!
V03 Diaspro, A., Federici, F., Krol, S., Chirico, G., Viappiani, C., Gliozzi, A. Two-photon photolysis of 2-nitrobenzaldehyde monitored by fluorescent labeled nanocapsules
V04 Mohanta, D., Choudhury, A., Butnaru, B., Stanciu, G.A. AFM study of self organized and CI+9 ion induced embedded cadmium sulfide quantum dots
V05 Stanciu, G.A., Kao, F-J., Botez, D. Al-free, broad waveguide diode laser investigated by using scanning laser microscopy
V06 Larabell, C.A., Le Gros, M.A. X-ray cryo-tomography of whole cells at 50 nm resolution
V07 Hommelgaard, A.M., Hjortenberg, U., Olesen, M., Van Deurs, B. Is there a future for electron microscopy - in a time with advancing fluorescence digital imaging?
V08 Chen, S-D. Differentiating the canine round cells by electron microscopy