Program of Focus on Microscopy 2012 as of Fri Apr 06 12:35:25 CEST 2012

Sunday, April 1

13:30-19:00 Registration   (Entrance hall)
14:00-16:45SU-AF-TUT-A   Tutorial   (Theatre)
Tutorial workshop - Fundamentals of fluorescence imaging [PDF]
G.C. Cox [invited] (University of Sydney, NSW, Australia)
14:00-16:45SU-AF-TUT-B   Tutorial   (Room 320)
Tutorial - Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
T. Wohland [invited] (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
14:00-16:45SU-AF-TUT-C   Tutorial   (Room 325)
Förster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) in cellular imaging [PDF]
F.S. Wouters [invited] (University Medicine Göttingen, Germany)
14:00-16:45SU-AF-TUT-D   Tutorial   (Room 326)
Time resolved multi-tag single molecule tracking [PDF]
F.M. Margadant [invited] (Nationl University of Singapore, Singapore)
17:30-17:40 Opening Focus on Microscopy 2012, address by Tan Eng Chye (provost National University of Singapore)   (Theatre)
17:40-19:50SU-EV-PLEN   Opening Symposium, Mats Gustafsson memorial, plenary   (Theatre)
17:40-18:20 Seeing both the trees and the forest [PDF]
A. Miyawaki [invited] (Brain Science Institute, Japan)
18:20-19:00 Structured illumination - Past and current developments [PDF]
R. Heintzmann [invited] & O. Mandula & M. Kielhorn & K. Wicker (Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, Germany)
19:00-19:10 Mats Gustafsson, 1960-2011 [PDF]
G.C. Cox [invited] (University of Sydney, Australia)
19:10- 40-nm resolution with nonlinear structured-illumination microscopy [PDF]
E.H. Rego [invited] & L. Shao & J.J. Macklin & L. Winoto & G.A. Johansson & N. Kamps-Hughes & M.W. Davidson & M.G.L. Gustafsson (Harvard School of Public Health, USA)
Multi-color 3D imaging of live cells using structured illumination [PDF]
R. Fiolka [invited] & L. Shao & H. Rego & M.G.L Gustafsson (HHMI Janelia Farm Research Campus, USA)
-19:50 3D tracking of mRNA in the cell nucleus using aberration-corrected multi-color multi-Focus microscopy (MFM) [PDF]
S. Abrahamsson [invited] & D. Grunwald & M.G.L. Gustafsson (UCSF and HHMI JFRC, USA)
19:45-21:45 Welcome reception  

Monday, April 2

08:00-17:00 Registration   (Entrance hall)
09:00-10:20MO-MO-PLEN   Plenary session   (Theatre)
9:00-9:40 Opportunities and challenges for mouse brainwide neuroanatomical connectivity with micrometer resolution [PDF]
Q. Luo [invited] & A. Li & B. Zhang & H. Gong (Britton Chance Center for Biomedical Photonics and Huazhong University of Science and Technology, P.R. China)
9:40-10:20 Nanoscopy with focused light [PDF]
S.W. Hell [invited] (Max-Planck Inst., Germany)
10:20-11:00 Coffee/tea break  
11:00-12:40 Parallel sessions
11:00-12:40 MO-MO-PAR-A   Super-resolution I: STED methods   (Theatre)
11:00-11:20 Gated CW-STED microscopy with a supercontinuum source [PDF]
G. Vicidomini & I. Coto Hernández & P. Bianchini & A. Diaspro (Department of Nanophysics, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
11:20-11:40 Parallalized superresolution imaging using a 4pi set-up [PDF]
F. Curdt & J. Zahn & J. Engelhardt & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Centre Heidelberg, Germany)
11:40-12:00 2PE-STED nanoscopy by single wavelength approach [PDF]
P. Bianchini & B. Harke & S. Galiani & G. Vicidomini & A. Diaspro (Nanophysics, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
12:00-12:20 Study of saturable scattering of single gold nanoparticle for super-resolution imaging [PDF]
T.-Y. Su & Y. Yonemaru & M.-Y. Lee & M. Yamanaka & H. Lee & S. Kawata & K. Fujita & S.-W. Chu (National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC)
12:20-12:40 RESOLFT imaging and writing with a photochromic GFP [PDF]
M. Leutenegger & T. Grotjohann & I. Testa & H. Bock & N.T. Urban & F. Lavoie-Cardinal & K.I. Willig & C. Eggeling & S. Jakobs & S.W. Hell (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
11:00-12:40 MO-MO-PAR-B   Optical/Theory I: Novel modalities   (Room 303 -304)
11:00-11:20 Eliminating the scattering ambiguity in multifocal and extended source multiphoton imaging systems [PDF]
J. Squier & E. Hoover & E. Chandler & M. Young & J. Spiers & D. Winters & R. Bartels (Colorado School of Mines, USA)
11:20-11:40 High speed imaging in two dimensions from a single-element detector without scanning [PDF]
R.A. Bartels & D. Higley & D.G. Winters (Colorado State University, United States)
11:40-12:00 Line-scan focal modulation microscopy for rapid imaging of thick biological specimens [PDF]
S. Pant & S.P. Chong & N. Chen (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
12:00-12:20 Tunable structured illumination microscopy with incoherent light [PDF]
G. Saavedra & M. Martinez-Corral & A. Doblas & E. Sanchez-Ortiga & J.C. Barreiro & A. Llavador (Universitat de València, Spain)
12:20-12:40 Improvement of depth resolution in photoacoustic microscopy using two-photon excitation and acoustic frequency filtering [PDF]
Y. Yamaoka & Y. Harada & T. Takamatsu (Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan)
11:00-12:40 MO-MO-PAR-C   Vibrational microscopy I   (Room 305)
11:00-11:20 Raman microspectroscopy for diagnosis of triglyceride deposit cardiomyovasculopathy [PDF]
M. Hashimoto & N. Matsumura & H. Niioka & Y. Ikeda & K. Hirano & T. Araki (Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Japan)
11:20-11:40 Raman microscopy for imaging molecular dynamics in living cells [PDF]
K. Fujita & M. Okada & H. Yamakoshi & A.F. Palonpon & K. Dodo & N.I. Smith & J. Ando & M. Sodeoka & S. Kawata (Osaka University, Japan)
11:40-12:00 Quantitative label-free imaging for live cell observation [PDF]
N. Pavillon & P. Jourdain & N.I. Smith & C. Depeursinge & P.J. Magistretti & P. Marquet (Immunology Frontier Research Center (IFReC), University of Osaka, Japan)
12:00-12:20 Elucidation of molecular changes in cervical epithelial cells by Raman microspectroscopy [PDF]
S. Duraipandian & Z. Huang & W. Zheng & J. Ng & J.H. Low & A. Ilanacheran (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
12:20-12:40 Observing coexistence of two-photon thermal lens effect and stimulated Raman scattering [PDF]
S. Jung & F.-J. Kao & S.W. Kim & S.Y. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea)
11:00-12:40 MO-MO-PAR-D   Biology I: Non-invasive imaging of live organisms   (Room 306)
11:00-11:20 In vivo multi-photon molecular imaging technique reveals inflammatory cell cross-talks in adult common diseases [PDF]
S. Nishimura & M. Nagasaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
11:20-11:40 Non-invasive discovery of stem cells in their native niche by multiphoton tomography [PDF]
A. Uchugonova & R.M. Hoffman & M. Weinigel & K. Koenig (Saarland University, Germany)
11:40-12:00 Direct visualization of microvascular no-reflow during hepatic ischemia-reperfusion with intravital autofluorescence microscopy [PDF]
I. Liau & H.H. Lu & Y.M. Wu (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
12:00-12:20 Development of a novel method for detecting mitochondria-mediated apoptosis in living multicellular organisms [PDF]
Y. Nasu & M. Takeuchi & T. Ozawa (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
12:20-12:40 Development of HiLo Based DSLM to understand tissue mechanics of neurulation [PDF]
D. Bhattacharya & G. Barbastathis & P. Matsudaira (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore)
12:40-14:00 Lunch break  
14:00-15:40 Parallel sessions
14:00-15:40 MO-AF1-PAR-A   Super-resolution II: Structured illumination   (Theatre)
14:00-14:20 Dynamic SIM for high-speed imaging and optical sectioning in living samples [PDF]
P. Vermeulen & F. Orieux & E. Sepulveda & J.-C. Olivo-Marin & A. Fragola & V. Loriette (LPEM UMR 8213, ESPCI ParisTech, France)
14:20-14:40 Subdiffraction scattered light imaging of gold nanoparticles using structured illumination [PDF]
S.-Y. Chiang & B.-J. Chang & S.H. Lin & L.-J. Chou (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan, Taiwan)
14:40-15:00 Structured illumination TIRF-microscopy of biological samples [PDF]
P. von Olshausen & A. Rohrbach (University of Freiburg, Germany)
15:00-15:20 Live and precise 3D registration of multicolor 3D structured illumination microscopy unveils higher-order structural organization of fission yeast chromatin [PDF]
A. Matsuda & Y. Hiraoka & T. Haraguchi (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan)
15:20-15:40 Delivering production line super-resolution microscopy on the OMX microscopy platform [PDF]
M. Posch & S. Swift & J.R. Swedlow (University of Dundee, Scotland, UK)
14:00-15:40 MO-AF1-PAR-B   Optical/Theory II: Adaptive optics   (Room 303 -304)
14:00-14:20 Adaptive optical microscopy with spatially varying aberrations [PDF]
R.D. Simmonds & M.J. Booth (University of Oxford, United Kingdom)
14:20-14:40 Polarization-sensitive adaptive-optics multiphoton microscopy of ocular tissues [PDF]
J.M. Bueno & R. Palacios & M.J. Molina & E.J. Gualda & P. Artal (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
14:40-15:00 The nonlinear guide-star concept: A fast and noninvasive method to measure and correct sample induced aberrations [PDF]
R. Aviles-Espinosa & J. Andilla & R. Porcar-Guezenec & X. Levecq & D. Artigas & P. Loza-Alvarez (ICFO - Institut de Ciències Fotòniques, Spain)
15:00-15:20 Improvement of 3D localization in PALM, STORM and single particle tracking by using adaptive optics [PDF]
I. Izeddin & M. El Beheiry & X. Darzacq & M. Dahan & S. Bucourt & X. Levecq & G. Clouvel (Imagine Optic, France)
15:20-15:40 Deformable mirror based wavefront correction in 3D super-resolution microscopy [PDF]
N. Piro & N. Olivier & S. Manley (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
14:00-15:40 MO-AF1-PAR-C   Vibrational microscopy II   (Room 305)
14:00-14:20 Fast spectral imaging CARS microscopy with picosecond high speed wavelength scanning laser [PDF]
H. Cahyadi & J. Iwatsuka & T. Minamikawa & H. Niioka & T. Araki & M. Hashimoto (Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Japan)
14:20-14:40 Advancing second harmonic generation holography for high speed 3D sub-cellular imaging to >1000 volumes per second [PDF]
R.A. Bartels & D. Smith & D.G. Winters (Colorado State University, USA)
14:40-15:00 Label-free spectro-microscopy of cell clusters in drosophila melanogaster wing imaginal disc [PDF]
G. Rago & F. Marty & G. Eijkel & K. Basler & E. Brunner & R. Heeren & M. Bonn (FOM Institute AMOLF, The Netherlands)
15:00-15:20 Clinical in vivo multiphoton multimodal CARS tomography [PDF]
K. Koenig & G. Breunig & M. Weinigel (JenLab GmbH, Germany)
15:20-15:40 Combining multiphoton imaging with CARS microscopy for probing liver disease without labeling [PDF]
J. Lin & F.K. Lu & W. Zheng & Y. Hanry & C. Sheppard & Z. Huang (National university of Singapore, Singapore)
14:00-15:40 MO-AF1-PAR-D   Tracking in microscopy   (Room 306)
14:00-14:20 Dynamic 3D particle tracking deep inside living tissue [PDF]
J.-H. Spille & T.P. Kaminski & U. Kubitscheck (University of Bonn, Germany)
14:20-14:40 Multicolor high density tracking based on STORM super-resolution microscopy [PDF]
N. Olivier & A. Benke & J. Gunzenhäuser & S. Manley (LEB-EPFL, Switzerland)
14:40-15:00 Accuracy of the estimation of properties of moving single molecules [PDF]
Y. Wong & Z. Lin & R.J. Ober (University of Texas at Dallas, USA)
15:00-15:20 3D single molecule tracking in thick cellular specimens with multifocal plane microscopy [PDF]
S. Ram & D. Kim & E.S. Ward & R.J. Ober (University of Texas at Dallas, USA)
15:20-15:40 Three-dimensional particle tracking for quantitative assessment of molecular dynamics and cellular distribution [PDF]
Y.-C. Chen & C.-H. Lee (Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
15:40-16:10 Coffee/tea break   (Exhibition area)
16:10-17:50 Parallel sessions
16:10-17:50 MO-AF2-PAR-A   New developments in (confocal) instrumentation   (Theatre)
16:10-16:30 Diode- and fiber laser technology for microscopy [PDF]
M.C. Lang (TOPTICA Photonics AG, Germany)
16:30-16:50 Correlative light and electron microscopy - Bridging the micro and nano worlds [PDF]
C. Boeker (Carl Zeiss, Germany)
16:50-17:10 Super-resolution imaging of the cytoskeleton by structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
A. Marx & P. Bankhead & U. Engel (University of Heidelberg, Germany)
17:10-17:30 Gated STED: Sharper images at lower power [PDF]
J.J. Sieber (Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH, Germany)
17:30-17:50 Supercontinuum systems and interfaces for Fluoresce Lifetime methods [PDF]
F.D. Nielsen & C.L. Thomsen (NKT Photonics A/S, Denmark)
16:10-17:50 MO-AF2-PAR-B   Optical/Theory III: Polarization, diffr. Imaging, pulses   (Room 303 -304)
16:10-16:30 Müller matrix polarimeter microscopy with 50nm spatial resolution [PDF]
P. Török & C.A. Macías-Romero & M.R. Foreman (Imperial College London, UK)
16:30-16:50 Position and orientation estimation of fixed dipole emitters [PDF]
S. Stallinga & B. Rieger (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
16:50-17:10 picoSIM - Optical sectioning in a single exposure using polarisation-coded structured Illumination [PDF]
D. Appelt & R. Heintzmann & K. Wicker (Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany)
17:10-17:30 Lensless diffractive imaging in three dimensions using ptychography [PDF]
A.M. Maiden & M.J. Humphry & J.M. Rodenburg (Phase Focus Ltd., UK)
17:30-17:50 Deep UV resonant Raman microscopy of nucleotide distribution in a cell [PDF]
Y. Kumamoto & A. Taguchi & N.I. Smith & S. Kawata (RIKEN, Japan)
16:10-17:50 MO-AF2-PAR-C   Non-linear microscopy I   (Room 305)
16:10-16:30 Harmonic and multiphoton spectral imaging of extracellular matrix degradation in human chronic wound biopsies [PDF]
J.E.S. Sutcliffe & C. Thrasivoulou & J. Wright & T. Richards & D.L. Becker (University College London, UK)
16:30-16:50 Second-harmonic generation microscopy of lamina cribrosa [PDF]
S. Rehman & S.Y. Qiang & R.W. Beuerman & G. Barbastathis & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
16:50-17:10 Alterations in extracellular matrix collagen of human lung examined by second harmonic imaging [PDF]
E. Kable & G. Cox & G. Tjin & J. Burgess (University of Sydney, Australia)
17:10-17:30 Compact dispersion compensation free nonlinear optical endoscopy [PDF]
N.P. Ghimire & H. Bao & M. Gu (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
17:30-17:50 Miniaturized nonlinear scanning microscope with spectral detection for in vivo tissue imaging [PDF]
C.J. van Voskuilen & O. Nadiarnykh & N. Mihajlovic & G. Thomas & B.H.W. Hendriks & H.J.C.M. Sterenborg & H.C. Gerritsen (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
16:10-17:50 MO-AF2-PAR-D   Algorithms & New Applications   (Room 306)
16:10-16:30 Automated, derivative-like identification, 3D fitting and phylogenetic tree analysis of calcium sparks in ultrafast 2D confocal images series of patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) derived cardiac myocytes [PDF]
P. Lipp & Q. Tian & A. Flockerzi & O. Mueller & L. Kaestner (Saarland University, Germany)
16:30-16:50 3D Image processing for the analysis of biological macromolecules and macromolecular assemblies [PDF]
H. Winkler (Florida State University, USA)
16:50-17:10 High-resolution computed tomography of bone-implant interface using titanium-coated polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) implants [PDF]
V.M.J.I. Cuijpers & J. Jaroszewicz & W. Swieszkowski & X.F. Walboomers & J.A. Jansen (Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre., The Netherlands)
17:10-17:30 Pixel-wise fitting: Noise-free visualization of calcium signaling in cardiac myocytes [PDF]
L. Kaestner & Q. Tian & P. Lipp (Saarland University, Germany)
17:30-17:50 Automated analysis of multidimensional brain imagery [PDF]
G. Tuxworth & B. Cavanagh & M. Blumenstein & A.C.B. Meedeniya (Griffith health institute and Eskitis institute, Griffith University, Australia)
17:50-19:10 Poster session, soft drinks, nibbles   (Poster area)
19:15- Zeiss company evening  

Tuesday, April 3

08:00-17:00 Registration   (Entrance hall)
09:00-10:20TU-MO-PLEN   Plenary session   (Theatre)
9:00-9:40 Imaging protein in water at the nano-scale by TEM [PDF]
U.M. Mirsaidov & H. Zheng & D. Bhattacharya & Y. Casana & P. Matsudaira [invited] (MBI/CBIS/National University of Singapore, Singapore)
9:40-10:20 From the ultramikroskop to theta microscopy to tetrahedral microscopy to light sheet-based fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) [PDF]
E.H.K. Stelzer [invited] (Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
10:20-11:00 Coffee/Tea Break   (Exhibition area)
11:00-12:40 Parallel sessions
11:00-12:40 TU-MO-PAR-A   Super-resolution III: Pointillist Methods   (Theatre)
11:00-11:20 A simple, versatile method for GFP-based single molecule localization microscopy via nanobodies [PDF]
J. Ries & C. Kaplan & E. Platonova & H. Ewers (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
11:20-11:40 From viruses to chromatin: Quantitative and minimally perturbative imaging with super-resolution fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
J. Gunzenhäuser & A. Benke & N. Olivier & S. Manley (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
11:40-12:00 Three-dimensional, tomographic super-resolution fluorescence imaging of serially sectioned thick samples [PDF]
S. Nanguneri & B. Flottmann & H. Horstmann & T. Kuner & M. Heilemann (Julius-Maximilians-University Wuerzbzrg, Germany)
12:00-12:20 NASCA Microscopy: nanometer accuracy by stochastic chemical reactions microscopy [PDF]
M.B.J. Roeffaers & G. De Cremer & B.F. Sels & D.E. De Vos & J. Hofkens (KU Leuven, Belgium)
12:20-12:40 The effect of background on localization uncertainty in single emitter imaging [PDF]
B. Rieger & S. Stallinga (TU Delft, The Netherlands)
11:00-12:40 TU-MO-PAR-B   Phase microscopy, interference   (Room 303 -304)
11:00-11:20 Exploring inner cell structures by combination of holographic optical trapping and self interference multi-focus quantitative phase microscopy [PDF]
B. Kemper & A. Barroso & M. Woerdemann & A. Vollmer & G. von Bally & C. Denz (University of Muenster, Germany)
11:20-11:40 Imaging three-dimensional refractive index distribution with differential interference contrast (DIC) microscopy [PDF]
H. Aung & J. Buckley & P. Kostyk & B. Rodriguez & S. Phelan & M. Xu (Fairfield University, USA)
11:40-12:00 Automated quantitative differential interference contrast microscopy implemented via liquid crystal devices [PDF]
C.J. Cogswell & R.N. Zahreddine & R.H. Cormack & H. Masterson & S.V. King (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA)
12:00-12:20 Unsupervised deconvolution and conoscopic holography in view of retinal imaging [PDF]
L. Blanco & L.M. Mugnier & J. Jarosz (ONERA-The French Aerospace Lab, France)
12:20-12:40 Modulation interference microscopy for live cell nanostructure investigations [PDF]
P.S. Ignatyev & K.V. Indukaev & A.V. Loparev & P.A. Osipov (AMPHORA Laboratories LLC, Russia)
11:00-12:40 TU-MO-PAR-C   SPIM: Select. Plane Illumination Microscopy   (Room 305)
11:00-11:20 Light sheet microscopy of scattering media using self-reconstructing Bessel beams [PDF]
F.O. Fahrbach & A. Rohrbach (University of Freiburg, Germany)
11:20-11:40 In-depth exploration of the role of the Bessel beam in single and multi-photon light sheet microscopy [PDF]
T. Vettenburg & H.I.C. Dalgarno & T. Čižmár & F.J. Gunn-Moore & K. Dholakia (SUPA, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom)
11:40-12:00 Penetration depth limits in single plane illumination microscopy using single photon and two photon excitation approaches. [PDF]
Z. Lavagnino & F. Cella Zanacchi & A. Diaspro (Department of Nanophysics, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
12:00-12:20 Rapid light sheet fluorescence microscopy with confocal slit detection [PDF]
E. Baumgart & J.-H. Spille & H. Spiecker & U. Kubitscheck (University of Bonn, Germany)
12:20-12:40 OpenSPIM - Open source selective plane illumination microscopy [PDF]
P.G. Pitrone & J. Schindelin & J. Huisken & P. Tomancak (Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics, Germany)
11:00-12:40 TU-MO-PAR-D   Biology II: Non-invasive imaging of live organisms/cell systems   (Room 306)
11:00-11:20 In vivo quantification of plant cell coupling with 4D photoactivation microscopy [PDF]
J. Liesche & M. Hansen & A. Schulz (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
11:20-11:40 In vivo three-dimensional time-lapsed studies of Udu deficient zebrafish embryogenesis by single plane illumination microscopy (SPIM) [PDF]
Y.-S. Huang & T.-M. Chan & Y.-J. Jiang & S.-H. Pao & A. Chiou (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan)
11:40-12:00 Confocal reflectance/auto-fluorescence tomography and its application on early skin cancer diagnosis [PDF]
T. Peng & H. Xie & Y. Ding & Q. Ren & P. Xi (Peking University, China)
12:00-12:20 Effects of chronic hypertension on cardiac myocyte physiology revealed through remote focusing microscopy [PDF]
A.D. Corbett & G. Bub & T. Wilson (University of Oxford, UK)
12:20-12:40 Electric-field induced cancer cell migration in 3D scaffold [PDF]
Y.S. Sun & S.W. Peng & K.H. Lin & J.Y. Cheng (Academia Sinica Taiwan, Taiwan)
12:40-14:00 Lunch break  
14:00-15:40 Parallel sessions
14:00-15:40 TU-AF1-PAR-A   Super-resolution IV: techniques   (Theatre)
14:00-14:20 Balanced super-resolution optical fluctuation imaging [PDF]
S. Geissbuehler & N.L. Bocchio & C. Dellagiacoma & C. Berclaz & M. Leutenegger & T. Lasser (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
14:20-14:40 Localization of high-density fluorophores using wedged template matching [PDF]
S. Watanabe & T. Takahashi & T. Takeshima (Hamamatsu Photonics K.K., Japan)
14:40-15:00 Super-resolution of large biological samples by means of selective plane illumination microscopy [PDF]
F. Cella Zanacchi & Z. Lavagnino & M. Faretta & L. Furia & A. Diaspro (Istituto italiano di tecnologia, Italia)
15:00-15:20 Bayesian localization microscopy reveals nanoscale podosome dynamics [PDF]
S. Cox & E. Rosten & J. Monypenny & T. Jovanovic-Talisman & D.T. Burnette & J. Lippincott-Schwartz & G.E. Jones & R. Heintzmann (King's College London, United Kingdom)
15:20-15:40 Hybrid architecture: AFM-STED microscopy [PDF]
B. Harke & J. Varghese Chacko & C. Canale & A. Diaspro (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
14:00-15:40 TU-AF1-PAR-B   Fluorescence correlation microscopy   (Room 303 -304)
14:00-14:20 Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy utilized to study the arrangement of subunits in multi-subunit protein complexes [PDF]
C. Hunke & G. Grüber (Nanyang Technological University, Republic of Singapore)
14:20-14:40 Screening for molecular interactions with high-content fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (HCS-FCS) [PDF]
J.J. Lange & W.A. Marshall & W.D. Bradford & Q.E. Yu & B.D. Slaughter & J.R. Unruh & Ch.J. Wood & W. Wiegraebe (Stowers Institute for Medical Research, USA)
14:40-15:00 Calibration and limits of camera-based fluorescence correlation spectroscopy: A supported lipid bilayer study [PDF]
N. Bag & J. Sankaran & T. Wohland (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
15:00-15:20 TIRF microscopy and ITIRFCS as tools to study ligand binding [PDF]
H. Fehlauer & R. Seifert & U.B. Kaupp (Center of Advanced European Studies and Research (caesar), Germany)
15:20-15:40 Protein mobility in live cells imaged by single plane illumination fluorescence correlation spectroscopy with 10-┬Ás resolution using a single-photon avalanche diode array [PDF]
J. Krieger & J. Buchholz & A. Pernus & L. Carrara & E. Charbon & J. Langowski (DKFZ Heidelberg, Germany)
14:00-15:40 TU-AF1-PAR-C   Fast imaging, material processing, detectors   (Room 305)
14:00-14:20 From TIRFM to high spatiotemporal resolution using fast theta-scanning [PDF]
J. Boulanger & D. Munch & B. Cinquin & S. Bardin & C. Gueudry & J. Salamero (UMR 144 CNRS- Institut Curie, France)
14:20-14:40 Fast livecell 3-D sectioning using novel spinning disk instrumentation [PDF]
S. Rhode & Th. Bottaro & R. Uhl (BIZ LMU München, Germany)
14:40-15:00 Kilohertz-3D-super-resolution imaging of shape changing helical bacteria using scattered laser light [PDF]
A. Rohrbach & M. Koch (Lab for Bio- and Nano-Photonics, University of Freiburg, Germany)
15:00-15:20 Sub-100nm material processing with 12fs NIR laser multiphoton microscopes [PDF]
K. Koenig & A. Uchugonova & M. Straub & M. Afshar & H. Seidel (Saarland University, Germany)
15:20-15:40 Detectors for sensitive detection [PDF]
R.T. Borlinghaus & C. Kappel (Leica Microsystems, Germany)
14:00-15:40 TU-AF1-PAR-D   Biology III: High-resolution live cell imaging   (Room 306)
14:00-14:20 Imaging nanoscopic B cell receptor clustering using dSTORM [PDF]
C. Feest & P. Mattila & F. Batista & A. Bruckbauer (CRUK London Research Institute, United Kingdom)
14:20-14:40 Studying the self-association and distribution of annexin A4 at the plasma membrane utilizing brightness analysis and photoactivated localization microscopy [PDF]
K.C. Crosby & M.A. Hink & T.W.J. Gadella (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
14:40-15:00 Dimer formation of P2Y1 receptor protein measured by steady-state TIRF anisotropy imaging [PDF]
M. Erdelyi & J. Simon & E. Rees & E.A. Barnard & C.F. Kaminski (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
15:00-15:20 Correlative light and electron microscopy studies on human colorectal cancer cells in vitro [PDF]
K Kobayashi & M. Huynh & D. Cheng & P. Thordarson & F. Braet (University of Sydney, Australia)
15:20-15:40 The formation of post-mitotic nuclear envelope and nuclear pores revealed by multidimensional optical microscopy and EM tomography [PDF]
L. Lu & M. Ladinsky & T. Kirchhausen (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
15:40-16:10 Coffee/Tea Break   (Exhibition area)
16:10-17:50 Parallel sessions
16:10-17:50 TU-AF2-PAR-A   Super-resolution V: Applications   (Theatre)
16:10-16:30 Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy of transcription sites in E. coli [PDF]
U. Endesfelder & S. Holden & K. Finan & P.R. Cook & A.N. Kapanidis & M. Heilemann (Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg, Germany)
16:30-16:50 EGFR clustering away from cholesterol- or sphingolipid-enriched microdomains revealed by PALM/dSTORM [PDF]
H. Mizuno & M. Abe & P. Dedecker & A. Makino & S. Roche & Y. Ohno-Iwashita & J. Hofkens & T. Kobayashi & A. Miyawaki (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
16:50-17:10 Hypoxic thinning of mitochondrial network as observed at 30 nm by 3D biplane FPALM microscopy [PDF]
P. Jezek & T. Spacek & H. Engstova & J. Santorova & K. Smolkova & L. Plecita-Hlavata & J. Bewersdorf (Institute of Physiology, Dept.75, Czech Republic)
17:10-17:30 Super-resolution fluorescence imaging of synaptic proteins [PDF]
S. van de Linde & D. Bar-On & U. Ashery & M. Pauli & D. Ljaschenko & R.J. Kittel & M. Heckmann & M Sauer (Würzburg University, Germany)
17:30-17:50 3D superresolution imaging with optical nonlinear endoscopy [PDF]
M. Gu & H.C. Bao (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
16:10-17:50 TU-AF2-PAR-B   Fluorescence Lifetime imaging   (Room 303 -304)
16:10-16:30 Long-distance fluorescence lifetime imaging through stimulated emission [PDF]
P.Y. Lin & S.S. Lee & F.J. Kao (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan)
16:30-16:50 Visualisation of multiple coupled signalling events in a single cell by fluorescence lifetime pattern analysis [PDF]
A. Loman & I. Gregor & R. Ebrecht & J. Enderlein & F.S. Wouters & G. Bunt (University Medicine Göttingen, Neuro- and Sensory Physiology, Germany)
16:50-17:10 Multiphoton fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) of biliverdin of oral cancer cells [PDF]
C.-J. Huang & C.-H. Wu & T.-M. Liu & D.-B. Shieh (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
17:10-17:30 New detection FLIM and FCS techniques for confocal laser scanning microscopes [PDF]
V. Buschmann & B. Krämer & F. Koberling & M. König & S. Rüttinger & M. Wahl & U. Ortmann & R. Erdmann & J. Nikolaus & R. Schwarzer & T. Korte & J. Ziomkowska & A. Herrmann (PicoQuant GmbH, Germany)
17:30-17:50 Fast frequency-domain FLIM for live cell applications [PDF]
M. Kregel & H.M.J. Oosterveld (Lambert Instruments B.V., The Netherlands)
16:10-17:50 TU-AF2-PAR-C   Correlated Electron Micr., live cell, nanophosphors   (Room 305)
16:10-16:30 Simultaneous correlative light and electron microscopy [PDF]
N. Liv & A.C. Zonnevylle & A.C. Narvaez & A.P.J. Effting & R.F.C. van Tol & P. Kruit & J.P. Hoogenboom (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands)
16:30-16:50 Integrated correlative microscopy: challenges and solutions [PDF]
A.V. Agronskaia & M.A. Karreman & H.C. Gerritsen (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
16:50-17:10 iLEM, an integrated solution for correlative light and electron microscopy [PDF]
W. Voorhout & A. Yakushevska & L. Driel (FEI Company, The Netherlands)
17:10-17:30 Live cell imaging by direct excitation of focused electron beam [PDF]
Y. Nawa & W. Inami & A. Ono & S. Lin & A. Miyakawa & Y. Kawata & S. Terakawa (Shizuoka University, Japan)
17:30-17:50 Multicolor cathodoluminescence imaging for biological cells with using nanophosphors [PDF]
H. Niioka & T. Furukawa & M. Ichimiya & M. Ashida & T. Araki & M. Hashimoto (Osaka University, Japan)
16:10-17:50 TU-AF2-PAR-D   Biology IV: Imaging Dynamics in live cells   (Room 306)
16:10-16:30 Bioluminescence Microscopy: A tool to record the kinetics of gene expression in single cells [PDF]
J. Bosset & C. Dibner & D.M. Suter & U. Schibler & C.R. Bauer (University of Geneva, Switzerland)
16:30-16:50 Glyphosate-induced stiffening of HaCaT keratinocytes - A combined fluorescence/AFM study [PDF]
C. Heu & A. Berquand & C. Caille-Elie & L. Nicod (Bruker Nano, Germany)
16:50-17:10 Imaging intra-cellular mechanics during phagocytosis on the nano-scale [PDF]
F. Kohler & F. Jünger & A. Rohrbach (University of Freiburg, Germany)
17:10-17:30 Visualizing live-cell epigenetic modifications of endogenous RNA polymerase II and histones at an activated gene array [PDF]
T.J. Stasevich & Y. Hayashi-Takanaka & N. Nozaki & J.G. McNally & H. Kimura (Osaka University, Japan)
17:30-17:50 Quantification of growth factor-dependent keratin network motility at subcellular resolution [PDF]
R. Windoffer & M. Moch & G. Herberich & T. Aach & R.E. Leube (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
17:50-19:10 Poster session, soft drinks, nibbles   (Poster area)
19:15- Leica company evening  

Wednesday, April 4

08:00-16:00 Registration   (Entrance hall)
9:00-10:40 Parallel sessions
9:00-10:40 WE-MO1-PAR-A   Super-resolution VI   (Theatre)
9:00-9:30 Spatiotemporal confinement of light for nano-manipulations of cells [PDF]
D. Yelin (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)
9:30-10:00 Superresolution lightmicroscopy of mammalian nuclear nanostructure [PDF]
C. Cremer [invited] & Y. Markaki & S. Beichmanis & G. Best & R. Perez & P. Huber & T. Cremer (Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB), Germany)
10:00-10:20 High resolution restoration of 3D structures from extreme low dose widefield images [PDF]
M. Arigovindan & D. Elnatan & J. Fung & E. Branlund & J. Sedat & D. Agard (Univ. of California at San Francisco, USA)
10:20-10:40 Investigating the impact of photo-blinking on Photo Activated Localization Microscopy experiments: an application to dual color imaging of cell membrane receptors [PDF]
P. Annibale & M. Scarselli & M. Greco & A. Radenovic (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland)
9:00-10:40 WE-MO1-PAR-B   OCT, ultrafast lasers   (Room 303 -304)
9:00-9:30 Optical coherence microscopy from tissue to cell [PDF]
T. Lasser [invited] & M. Villiger & C. Pache & A. Bouwens & C. Berclaz & D. Szlag & M. Leutenegger & T. Bolmont (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
9:30-10:00 Tomographic diffractive microscopy of transparent samples: Towards high-speed, high-resolution, quantitative imaging of unlabelled specimen [PDF]
B. Simon & M. Debailleul & O. Haeberlé [invited] (University of Haute-Alsace, Laboratory MIPS, France)
10:00-10:20 Needle probes for optical coherence tomography: Recent advances in technology and applications [PDF]
D. Lorenser & X. Yang & R.W. Kirk & B.C. Quirk & R.A. McLaughlin & D.D. Sampson (The University of Western Australia, Australia)
10:20-10:40 Advances in ultrafast lasers improve multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
A.K. Krueger (Newport Spectra-Physics, USA)
9:00-10:40 WE-MO1-PAR-C   Fluorescence Microscopy: various   (Room 305)
9:00-9:20 Full-field surface tomography of cell membrane [PDF]
T. Barroca & K. Balaa & S. Lécart & S. Lévêque-Fort & E. Fort (Institut Langevin, ESPCI ParisTech, France)
9:20-9:40 Study of EGFR activation and diffusion by imaging total internal reflection fluorescence correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
X. Ma & T. Wohland (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
9:40-10:00 FRAP analysis of nuclear export rates identifies intrisic features of nucleocytoplasmic transport [PDF]
F. Cardarelli & L. Tosti & M. Serresi & F. Beltram & R. Bizzarri (Biophysics Institute, National Research Council, Italy)
10:00-10:20 FRET-based live-imaging of Ca2+ dynamics during flowering plant fertilization by fast widefield microscopy [PDF]
Q.A. Ngo & H. Vogler & U. Grossniklaus (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
10:20-10:40 Photoisomerization and intracellular imaging of the anticancer agent combretastatin A4 and derivatives using near infrared 2-photon excitation [PDF]
R.H. Bisby & K.M. Scherer & J.A. Hadfield & A.T. McGown & S.W. Botchway & A.W. Parker (University of Salford, UK)
9:00-10:40 WE-MO1-PAR-D   Optical/Theory IV: PSF, EDL and SIL   (Room 306)
9:00-9:20 Exploring PSF designs to increase the information content in microscope images [PDF]
C.J. Cogswell & R.N. Zahreddine & R.H. Cormack (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA)
9:20-9:40 Impact of spherical aberration on structured-illumination microscopy [PDF]
C. Preza & L.H. Schaefer & D. Schuster & A.-U. Ghaffar & S. Yuan & G.J. Lobo (The University of Memphis, U.S.A.)
9:40-10:00 Multi-micro-axicon imaging system [PDF]
N. Weber & A. Seifert & D. Spether & H. Zappe (University of Freiburg, Germany)
10:00-10:20 Higher resolution microscopy system based on aplanatic solid immersion lens [PDF]
K. Agarwal & R. Chen & C.J.R. Sheppard & J.C.H. Phang & X. Chen (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
10:20-10:40 Relative enhancement in the axially polarized field in the focal plane of a radially polarized beam [PDF]
B.R. Boruah (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India)
10:40-11:20 Coffee tea break   (Exhibition area)
11:20-12:40 Parallel sessions
11:20-12:40 WE-MO2-PAR-A   Fields in Microscopy, phase imaging, holography   (Theatre)
11:20-11:50 Dealing with reconstructed complex fields in microscopy: Going to the resolution limit and beyond? [PDF]
C. Depeursinge [invited] & Y. Cotte & M.F. Toy & S.S. Kou (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland)
11:50-12:20 Compressive phase imaging [PDF]
G. Barbastathis [invited] & L. Tian & Y. Liu & H. Huang & J.W. Lee (MIT, USA)
12:20-12:40 Noninterferometric phase imaging based on multiple-exposure recordings [PDF]
W. Chen & X. Chen (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
11:20-12:40 WE-MO2-PAR-B   Non-linear microscopy II   (Room 303 -304)
11:20-11:40 Excitation spectra and brightness optimization of two-photon excited probes [PDF]
J. Mütze & V. Iyer & J.J. Macklin & J. Colonell & B. Karsh & Z. Petrasek & P. Schwille & L.L. Looger & L.D. Lavis & T.D. Harris (Carl Zeiss AG, Germany)
11:40-12:00 Three-photon excitation fluorescence microscopy of live cells using a novel bi-directional pumped optical parametric oscillator [PDF]
G. Norris & R. Amor & J. Dempster & W.B. Amos & G. McConnell (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)
12:00-12:20 Harmonic nanodoublers for stem-cells tracking [PDF]
J. Extermann & T. Magouroux & M. Jaconi & P. Hoffman & D. Ciepielewski & L. Bonacina & J.-P. Wolf (University of Geneva, Switzerland)
12:20-12:40 Label-free nonlinear optical molecular imaging in live cells and tissues: Applications to tissue engineering [PDF]
M.-A. Mycek & L.-C. Chen & W.R. Lloyd & S. Kuo & H.M. Kim & C.L. Marcelo & S.E. Feinberg (University of Michigan, USA)
11:20-12:40 WE-MO2-PAR-C   Fluorescence imaging, FCS   (Room 305)
11:20-11:50 Confocal ultramicroscopy: High resolution fluorescence imaging of the entire mouse brain [PDF]
L. Silvestri & L. Sacconi & A. Bria & G. Iannello & F.S. Pavone [invited] (University of Florence, Italy)
11:50-12:20 Simultaneous application of constraints in fluorescence spectral microscopy [PDF]
L. Buno III & G. Tapang & C. Palmes-Saloma & C. Saloma [invited] (University of the Philippines, Philippines)
12:20-12:40 Reversible fluorescence photoswitching in DNA: Applications in advanced fluorescence microscopy [PDF]
D.A. Smith & P. Holliger & C. Flors (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
11:20-12:40 WE-MO2-PAR-D   Various microscopies, transparent soil, sorter   (Room 306)
11:20-11:40 Application of the helium ion microscope to biological sciences [PDF]
D.S. Pickard & F. Chao & G. Jing & S. Swarup & W.Y. Ong & L. Kenney & L.L. Chew & O. Rossier & T. Venkatesan & M. Sheetz (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
11:40-12:00 Scanning optical microscope with programmable illumination beam intensity [PDF]
A. Das & B.R. Boruah (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India)
12:00-12:20 Live 3D imaging of roots and microorganisms in novel transparent soil [PDF]
H. Downie & Z. Yang & N. Holden & W. Otten & A.J. Spiers & T.A. Valentine & M. MacDonald & L.X. Dupuy (The James Hutton Institute, UK)
12:20-12:40 cell-BOCS: Bio-Optofluidics Cell Sorter [PDF]
J. Glückstad & D. Palima & A. Banas & F. Pedersen (DTU Fotonik, Dept. Photonics Engineering, Denmark)
12:40-14:00 Lunch break  
14:00-15-00 Parallel sessions
14:00-15-00 WE-AF1-PAR-A   Non-linear, high-res. Raman microscopy   (Theatre)
14:00-14:30 Frontiers in nonlinear optical microscopy for neural biological imaging [PDF]
P.T.C. So [invited] (MIT, Singapore)
14:30-15:00 20-nm resolution Raman microscopy with plasmonic nano-tip: the latest progress [PDF]
S. Kawata (Osaka University, Japan)
WE-AF1-PAR-B   Low light exp., long term SPIM, counting   (Room 303 -304)
14:00-14:20 3D fluorescence microscopy of living cells at low light exposure [PDF]
H. Schneckenburger & M. Wagner & P. Weber & S. Schickinger & V. Richter & R. Wittig & T. Bruns (Hochschule Aalen, Germany)
14:20-14:40 Light sheet-based fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) allows long term imaging of arabidopsis root growth in close-to-natural growth conditions [PDF]
D. von Wangenheim & A. Maizel & E. Stelzer (Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
14:40-15:00 Coincidence analysis - counting the molecules [PDF]
A. Kurz & D.-P. Herten (University of Heidelberg, Germany)
14:00-15-00 WE-AF1-PAR-C   OCT, plasmonic   (Room 305)
14:00-14:20 Combined full-field fluorescence and optical coherence microscopy [PDF]
H. Makhlouf & K. Perronet & G. Dupuis & S. Levêque-Fort & A. Dubois (Institut d'Optique Graduate School, France)
14:20-14:40 Rapid achromatic phase-shifted full-field oct for biological imaging [PDF]
W. Zheng & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
14:40-15:00 Illumination matching in plasmonic fluorescence imaging [PDF]
M.R. Foreman & Y. Sivan & P. Török (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
14:00-15-00 WE-AF1-PAR-D   Photoswitching, multi color fluor. libraries   (Room 306)
14:00-14:20 Minimizing the impact of photoswitching of fluorescent proteins on FRAP analysis [PDF]
F. Mueller & T. Morisaki & D. Mazza & J.G. McNally (National Cancer Institute, USA)
14:20-14:40 Nine-color widefield fluorescence microscopy using standard optical filters [PDF]
P. Prabhat & T. Erdogan & D. Maric (Semrock, Inc., A Unit of IDEX, USA)
14:40-15:00 Diversity oriented fluorescence library (DOFL) approach for optical imaging probe development [PDF]
S.W. Yun & E. Ang & Y. Chandran & P. Chua & Z.Y. Jow & A. Kale & N.Y. Kang & J. Kim & J.Y. Kim & Y.T. Chang & X. Li & C. Leong & J. Ock & S.J. Park & C.L. Teoh & M. Vendrell & J.S. Yoo (Singapore Bioimaging Consortium, Singapore)
15:00-15:45WE-AF-PLEN   Plenary lecture and closing   (Theatre)
15:00-15:30 Imaging in thick tissue [PDF]
J. Mertz [invited] (Boston University, MA)
15:30-15:45 Closing ceremony   (Theatre)
18:00- Cruise, boarding boats  
19:00-21:00 Conference Dinner  

Poster Session 1 (Monday April 2, 17:50-19:10)

P1-A   Biology  
[P1-A01] Spectral investigation of human serum by using Cr:Forsterite laser [PDF]
C.H. Wu & Y.M. Wu & T.Z. Liu (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
[P1-A02] Sequence-specific visualization of mitochondrial RNA in living cells [PDF]
J. Zelenka & L. Alán & P. Ježek (Institute of Physiology, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
[P1-A03] Sequence specific visualization of mitochondrial RNA and DNA by molecular beacons adapted for confocal and STED microscopy [PDF]
L. Alán & J. Zelenka & P. Ježek (Institute of Physiology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
[P1-A04] Study of Lamprey hepatocytes bioenergetics by confocal microscopy [PDF]
S.A. Konovalova & M.V. Savina (I.M. Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia)
[P1-A05] Compartmentation of Pantothenate Kinases [PDF]
A. Alfonso Pecchio & M. Garcia & R. Leonardi & S. Jackowski (St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, United States)
[P1-A06] HURP regulates chromosome congression by modulating kinesin Kif18A function [PDF]
F. Ye & L. Tan & Q. Yang & Y. Xia & L.-W. Deng & M. Murata-Hori & Y.-C. Liou (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P1-A07] Quantitative analysis of DNA damage response by laser scanning cytometry, confocal microscopy, and 3D image analysis [PDF]
P. Rybak & K. Berniak & T. Bernaś & H. Zhao & M. Zarębski & Z. Darzynkiewicz & J.W. Dobrucki (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
[P1-A08] Quantification of gold nanoparticle uptake in human umbilical vein endothelial cells by confocal microscopy [PDF]
H. Klingberg & P.M. Bendix & L.B. Oddershede & P. Møller & S. Loft (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
[P1-A09] A new method for quantitative detection of degranulation in mast cells [PDF]
S. Ma & Y. Wang & J. Hu & Q. Zhang & H. Lei & Y. Hou (The Experimental Research Center, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, China)
[P1-A10] Utilising paired ratiometric probes and confocal microscopy for the measurment of calcium flux in T cell signalling [PDF]
S.N. Christo & G.S. Sarvestani & K.R. Diener & J.D. Hayball (School of Medicine, Adelaide University, Hanson Institute/Royal Adelaide Hospital/SA Pathology, Australia)
[P1-A11] Macromolecular crowding and stem cell differentiation [PDF]
R. Rashid & M. Raghunath & T. Wohland (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P1-A12] Live ratiometric Ca2+ imaging in a zebrafish model for spinal muscular atrophy [PDF]
K. See & C. Winkler (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P1-A13] Basal ganglia connectivity: Dopaminergic mesencephalic neurons receive contacts from striatal projections [PDF]
F.G. Wouterlood & A.H. Meinderts & G.-J. Houwen & J.A.M. Beliën (Dept Anatomy&Neuroscience, VU Medical Center, The Netherlands)
[P1-A14] Monitoring subcellular Ca2+-signaling using temporal unmixing [PDF]
S. Junek & M. Engelke & D. Schild & J. Wienands (Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Germany)
[P1-A15] 2 Cda therapy and p-53 activity in the epithelial cells of the oral cavity mucosa [PDF]
B. JodŽowska-Jędrych & W. Matysiak & K. Misiukiewicz & T. Pszkit-Komola (Medical University of Lublin, Poland)
[P1-A16] The microscopic evaluation of hepatotoxic effects of tirapazamine in combined administration with cisplatin [PDF]
W. Matysiak & B. JodŽowska-Jędrych & J. Dudka & E. Korobowicz (Medical University of Lublin, Poland)
[P1-A17] Micropatterned culture of adherent cancer cells by using light fences [PDF]
J.-L. Xiao & H.-J. Pan & C.-H. Lee (National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan)
[P1-A18] Glyphosate-induced stiffening of HaCaT keratinocytes - A combined fluorescence/AFM study [PDF]
C. Heu & A. Berquand & C. Caille-Elie & L. Nicod (Bruker Nano, Germany)
P1-B   Fluoresence  
[P1-B01] Imaging FCS as a tool to study membrane organization [PDF]
J. Sankaran & T. Wohland (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P1-B02] SearchLight: A quantitative spectral analysis tool [PDF]
P. Prabhat & M. Peet & T. Erdogan (Semrock, Inc., A Unit of IDEX, USA)
[P1-B03] Quantitative measurement of intracellular ion concentration using phase-resolved fluorescence lifetime [PDF]
W. Inami & N. Viet & A. Miyakawa & Y. Kawata (Sizuoka University, Japan)
[P1-B04] In vivo FRET imaging revealed a regulatory role of RanGTP in kinetchore-microtubule attachments via Aurora B kinase. [PDF]
Y.P. Lee & C.H. Wong & K.S. Chan & S.K. Lai & H.Y. Li (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
[P1-B05] Towards the measurement of molecular interactions in live tissues by single plane illumination microscopy fluorescence correlation spectroscopy (SPIM-FCS) [PDF]
A.P. Singh & T. Wohland (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P1-B06] Quantitative analysis of dye-tagged DNA in solution by antibunching-FCS [PDF]
D.K. Lee & M.J. Kim & S.Y. Kim & S.W. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea)
[P1-B07] Qauntification of triplet state of hybridization sensitive DNA probe by using FCS [PDF]
H.-S. Shin & C.-G. Pack & Y. Sako & A. Okamoto & S.Y. Kim & S.W. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea)
P1-C   Vibrational/Non-linear microscopy  
[P1-C01] Contrast mechanisms in third harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
N. Olivier & P. Mahou & E. Beaurepaire (LEB-EPFL, Switzerland)
[P1-C02] Integration of multi-focal multi-photon microscope and second harmonic generation for 3D High-Resolution Imaging of Liver Fibrosis [PDF]
Q. Peng & C.H. Kang & J.W. Cha & P.T.C. So & H. Yu (Singapore-MIT Alliance, Singapore)
[P1-C03] Multimodal microscope combined with confocal and two-photon mode [PDF]
D.H. Do & W.H Chun & H.J. Jeong & D.G. Gweon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon)
[P1-C04] Label-free spontaneous Raman observation for nerve tissue discrimination [PDF]
T. Minamikawa & Y. Harada & N. Koizumi & T. Takamatsu (Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan)
[P1-C05] Multiplexed single beam multiphoton microscopy [PDF]
H. Spiecker & M. Schütte & H. Meyer-Turow & A. Heymann & B. Müller-Zülow (LaVision BioTec GmbH, Germany)
[P1-C06] Micro tensil test on second harmonic generation microscope to achieve stress and strain distribution measurement in collagen [PDF]
K. Yoshiki & N. Goami & T. Namazu & S. Inoue (University of Hyogo, Japan)
[P1-C07] Single-shot 3D multi-photon microscopy [PDF]
E.Y.S Yew & P.T.C. So (Singapore MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore)
[P1-C08] Nonlinear effects in scanning laser microscopy used to investigate silicon carbide polytypes [PDF]
G.A. Stanciu & R. Hristu & S.G. Stanciu & D.E. Tranca & E.K. Polychroniadis (University Polytehnica of Bucharest, Romania)
[P1-C09] Second-harmonic generation microscopy of individual metal nanoparticles using cylindrical vector beams [PDF]
G. Bautista & M.J. Huttunen & J. Mäkitalo & J.M. Kontio & J. Simonen & M. Kauranen (Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
[P1-C10] Lipid droplets - a paradigm organelle for microscopic discoveries (and artifacts) [PDF]
S.D. Kohlwein & M. Kreim & M. Paar & H. Wolinski (University of Graz, Austria)
[P1-C11] Applying tattoo dye as third-harmonic-generation contrast agent for in vivo optical biopsy of human skin [PDF]
M.-R. Tsai & Y.-H. Liao & C.-K. Sun (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
[P1-C12] Investigation of biochemical basis for differentiating necrosis from apoptosis in leukemic cells using Raman spectroscopy [PDF]
Y.H. Ong & M. Lim & Q. Liu (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
[P1-C13] Deep UV resonant Raman microscopy of nucleotide distribution in a cell [PDF]
Y. Kumamoto & A. Taguchi & N.I. Smith & S. Kawata (RIKEN, Japan)
P1-D   Image analysis, Instrumentation, various  
[P1-D01] Computer assisted histopathological diagnosis of neoplastic changes from concept to practice [PDF]
J.J. Sela & A. Bruckstien & G. Goshen & U. Dubin & N. Karasikov & J. Kopolovic (The Hebrew University Hadassah-Faculty of Dental Medicine, Israel)
[P1-D02] Accuracy of the estimation of properties of moving single molecules [PDF]
Y. Wong & Z. Lin & R.J. Ober (University of Texas at Dallas, USA)
[P1-D03] Enhancing local feature matching between CSLM images by histogram modeling [PDF]
S.G. Stanciu & D. Coltuc & R. Hristu & D. Tranca & G.A. Stanciu (Center for Microscopy-Microanalysis and Information Processing, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania)
[P1-D04] Quantitative analysis of spatial association between discrete events represented by small foci in multicolor 3D confocal microscopy [PDF]
K. Berniak & T. Bernaś & H. Zhao & P. Rybak & M. Zarębski & Z. Darzynkiewicz & J.W. Dobrucki (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
[P1-D05] Visualization of multidimensional data acquired by synchrotron X-ray microtomography [PDF]
T. van de Kamp & T. dos Santos Rolo & P. Vagovič & A. Cecilia & A. Riedel & T. Baumbach (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
[P1-D06] Optical manipulation of biological objects and strategies for finding efficient trapping trajectories [PDF]
B. Landenberger & A. Rohrbach (University of Freiburg, Germany)
[P1-D07] Design and implementation of a multimodal digital scanned laser light microscope [PDF]
O.E. Olarte & J. Andilla & J. Licea & J.A. Palero & D. Artigas & P. Loza-Alvarez (ICFO-Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques, Spain)
[P1-D08] Time-lapse recording of dynamic processes in 3D spheroids with tissue culture - light-sheet-based fluorescence microscope (TC-LSFM) [PDF]
R. Richa & F. Pampaloni & E.H.K. Stelzer (Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
[P1-D09] Illumination device for light sheet based fluorescence microscopy of living cells [PDF]
T. Bruns & S. Schickinger & R. Wittig & H. Schneckenburger (Hochschule Aalen, Germany)
[P1-D10] Direct measurement of mirror scanning jitter in laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
A. McDonald & W.B. Amos & G. McConnell (University of Strathclyde, Scotland)
[P1-D11] Microfluidic system for single cell sorting based on deflection by optical tweezers [PDF]
T. Bruns & L. Becsi & U. Mescheder & H. Schneckenburger (Hochschule Aalen, Germany)
[P1-D12] Increased multiphoton excitation efficiency through use of a tunable, sub-700nm solid state laser [PDF]
G. Norris & R. Amor & J. Dempster & W.B. Amos & G. McConnell (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow)
[P1-D13] Ultrashort-pulsed chip-sized lasers for two-photon excited fluorescence imaging [PDF]
R. Aviles-Espinosa & Y. Ding & M.A. Cataluna & D. Nikitichev & E. Rafailov & P. Loza-Alvarez (ICFO - Institut de Ciències Fotòniques, Spain)
[P1-D14] Fiber-delivered broadband spontaneous emissons from LED fluosphors for optical coherence tomography [PDF]
L.-C. Wu & J.-J. Hung & W.-S. Lin & M.-C. Chan (Institute of Imaging and Biomedical Photonics, College of Photonics, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan, R. O. C., Taiwan)
P1-E   Super-resolution  
[P1-E01] Tunable time resolved STED microscopy [PDF]
S. Sivankutty & G. Dupuis & S. Lécart & C. Lefumeux & F. Druon & P. Georges & A. Dubois & S. Lévêque-Fort (Université Paris Sud, France)
[P1-E02] Localization microscopy imaging of endocytic pathway [PDF]
M. Erdelyi & D. Metcalf & E. Rees & R. Edwards & A. Knight & G.S. Kaminski & C.F. Kaminski (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
[P1-E03] Correlation between cell adhesion-associated proteins on patterned surfaces using multicolor super-resolution localization imaging [PDF]
F.-C. Chien & P. Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
[P1-E04] Superresolution two-photon microscopy based on structured illumination [PDF]
C.H. Yeh & C.Y. Chiu & S.Y. Chen (National Central University, Taiwan)
[P1-E05] Polymerization inhibition dynamics for sub-diffraction direct laser writing lithography [PDF]
B. Harke & P. Bianchini & F. Brandi & A. Diaspro (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
[P1-E06] STED microscope optimization [PDF]
S. Galiani & B. Harke & G. Vicidomini & F. Benfenati & G. Lignani & A. Raimondi & P. Bianchini & A. Diaspro (Nanophysics, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy)
[P1-E07] Elucidation of the cellular nano-cosmos by means of spatial position determination microscopy (SPDM) [PDF]
P. Mueller & R. Kaufmann & S. Hillebrandt & E. Schmitt & J. Schwarz-Finsterle & J. Maier & Y. Weiland & G. Hildenbrand & C. Cremer & M. Hausmann (Institute for Molecular Biology, Germany)
[P1-E08] Line scanning - Structured illumination microscopy (LS-SIM) [PDF]
O. Mandula & M. Kielhorn & K. Wicker & G. Krampert & I. Kleppe & R. Heintzmann (University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, U.K., United Kingdom)
[P1-E09] New wavelength-tuneable birefringent easySTED phase plate [PDF]
M. Reuss & P. Hoyer & J. Engelhardt & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Center, Germany)
P1-F   Optical theory and image formation  
[P1-F01] Direct measurement of the optical focus in laser scanning microscopy [PDF]
A. McDonald & W.B. Amos & G. McConnell (University of Strathclyde, Scotland)
[P1-F02] Multipole expansion for tight focusing of polarized beams: A closer look into physical properties of the beams [PDF]
X.T. Hoang & X. Chen & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P1-F03] Coupled and uncoupled dipole approximations for nonlinear scattering [PDF]
N.K. Balla & P.T.C. So & C.J.R. Sheppard (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P1-F04] Sub-surface microscopy system based on solid immersion lens [PDF]
R. Chen & K. Agarwal & C.J.R. Sheppard & J.C.H. Phang & X. Chen (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P1-F05] Improvement of the spatial resolution in two-photon microscopy with a vector beam generated by liquid crystal devices [PDF]
S. Ipponjima & T. Hibi & Y. Kozawa & H. Horanai & A. Sato & M. Kurihara & N. Hashimoto & H. Yokoyama & S. Sato & T. Nemoto (RIES., Hokkaido University, Japan)
[P1-F06] The role of polarization, numerical aperture and wavelength on second harmonic signal from collagen [PDF]
J.M. Bueno & O. Del Barco & P. Artal (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
[P1-F07] Evaluation of basic characteristic for sensorless aberration correction using spatial light modulator for deep imaging [PDF]
Y. Takiguchi & M. Kanada & N. Matsumoto & H. Takamoto & T. Inoue & S. Okazaki & S. Terakawa (Hamamatsu Photonics K.K, Japan)

Poster Session 2 (Tuesday April 3, 17:50-19:10)

P2-A   Biology  
[P2-A01] A dual-wavelength excitation method to visualize colonic neoplasms [PDF]
Y. Harada & K. Imaizumi & Y. Yamaoka & K. Nakano & P. Dai & H. Tanaka & T. Takamatsu (Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan)
[P2-A02] Clearance of malaria parasite in spleen and various host cell interaction with the parasite in the spleen micro-environment [PDF]
R. Rajashekar & A. Nagraj & P. Preiser (Nayang Technological University, Singapore)
[P2-A03] Study of heat stress on normal human osteoblasts nuclear matrix through fluorescence quatification [PDF]
M.D. Aisha & M.N.K. Nor-Ashikin & A.R. Sharaniza & O. Salina & G.R.A. Froemming (Institute of Medical Molecular Biotechnology, Malaysia)
[P2-A04] Effect of hyperthermia and hypothermia on DNA and cytoskeleton in osteosarcoma cells [PDF]
M.A.O Nashiry & M.D. Aisha & S. Othman & B.P. Hoh & G.R.A Froemming (Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia)
[P2-A07] An optical "seek-and-destroy" system to vaccinate against Leishmania infection [PDF]
R. Amor & G. McConnell & O. Millington (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)
[P2-A08] Localization and functional significance of Plasmodium falciparum RH1 during merozoite invasion [PDF]
K. Gunalan & X. Gao & P.R. Preiser (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
[P2-A10] 3D sections of hard and soft tissues for (molecular) analysis [PDF]
H. Richter & F. Will & V. Jakob (ROWIAK GmbH, Germany)
[P2-A11] Isolation of uncultivable endo- or ectosymbiotic bacteria out of flagellated protists in termite gut by means of laser nanodissection [PDF]
V. Jakob & D.F. Ramirez Ojeda & F. Will & Y. Hongoh (ROWIAK GmbH, Germany)
[P2-A13] Sequential closure of the cytoplasm then preiplasm during cell division in Escherichia coli [PDF]
B. Söderström & K. Skoog & J. Widengren & G. von Heijne & D.O. Daley (Stockholm University, Sweden)
[P2-A16] Differential fluorescence of and in grana of chloroplasts observed by SIM microscopy [PDF]
V. Sarafis & L. Hirvonen & C.-R. Sheue & R. Ghaffar & P.A. Benedetti & R. Heintzmann & M. Walde (Institute of Photonic Technology, Germany)
[P2-A17] Spectroscopic imaging of malaria byproducts in immune cells [PDF]
N.I Smith & A.J. Hobro & N. Pavillon & K. Fujita & C. Coban (Osaka University, Japan)
[P2-A18] Illuminating the intraflagellar transport machinery of Caenorhabditis elegans [PDF]
B. Prevo & P. Mangeol & J.M. Scholey & E.J.G. Peterman (VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands)
P2-B   Fluoresence  
[P2-B01] Two-photon fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) and photoactivation of intracellular e-combretastatins [PDF]
R.H. Bisby & S.W. Botchway & J.A. Hadfield & A.T. McGown & K.M. Scherer (University of Salford, UK)
[P2-B02] In vivo measurement of leucine using genetically encoded FRET-based biosensor [PDF]
M. Mohsin & M.Z. Abdin & A. Altaf (Hamdard University, India)
[P2-B03] Investigating biomolecular interactions by single wavelength fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy: A study of nodal factors in zebrafish embryos [PDF]
X. Wang & Y. Wang & K. Sampath & T. Wohland (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P2-B04] A new type of spectral FLIM: Improving accuracy of lifetime measurement [PDF]
H.J. Jeong & J.W. Ahn & D.R. Lee & D.G. Gweon (KAIST, South Korea)
[P2-B05] Single cell acceptor photobleaching FRET (AP-FRET) method to investigate Cdc42 signaling pathways in cell biology [PDF]
T. Sudhaharan & K.B. Lim & W.-I. Goh & S. Ahmed (Institute of Medical Biology, Singapore)
[P2-B06] Study on the diffusion of nanoscale particles using polarized fluorescence correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
J.R. Lee & S.W. Kim (University of Ulsan, Korea)
[P2-B07] Actin dynamics within dendritic spine investigated by two photon fluorescence correlation spectroscopy [PDF]
J.H. Chen & Y. Keller & M. Zagrebelsky & M. Korte & P.J. Walla (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany)
P2-C   Vibrational/Non-linear microscopy  
[P2-C01] Second harmonic generation circular dichroism for three-dimensional chirality mapping inside biological specimen [PDF]
H. Lee & G.-Y. Zhuo & S.-W. Chu (National Taiwan University, Taiwan ROC)
[P2-C02] Confocal Raman imaging applied in bio-Medical sciences [PDF]
U. Schmidt & A. Jauss & O. Hollricher & S. Lee (WITec, Singapore)
[P2-C04] Imaging skeletal muscle fiber with Stokes-polarimeter based second harmonic generation microscopy [PDF]
N. Mazumder & J. Qiu & C.W. Hu & F.J. Kao (National Yang Ming University, Taiwan)
[P2-C05] Circularly-polarized second-harmonic microscopy of fibrous proteins [PDF]
M.J. Huttunen & J. Hyyti & M. Partanen & G. Bautista & M. Kauranen (Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
[P2-C06] Video-rate third-harmonic-generation microscopy for blood cell quantification and counts in human skin [PDF]
C.-K. Chen & T.-M. Liu (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
[P2-C08] Hand-held miniaturized video-rate nonlinear optical microscope [PDF]
H.-Y. Chung & C.-H. Yu & C.-Y. Lin & H.-J. Tsai & C.-K. Sun (National Taiwan University, Taiwan (R.O.C.))
[P2-C10] Differential diagnosis of pigmented skin lesions based on in vivo higher-harmonic generation biopsy [PDF]
M.-R. Tsai & Y.-H. Liao & C.-K. Sun (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
[P2-C11] Optical nonlinear endoscopy for 3D tweezing [PDF]
M. Gu & H.C. Bao (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
[P2-C12] Two-photon imaging with trapezoid image shape and oblique 3D orientation [PDF]
U. Leischner & H. Jia & A. Konnerth (TU-München, Germany)
P2-D   Image analysis, Instrumentation, various  
[P2-D01] Line-scanning optical tomographic microscope [PDF]
L. Dudas & M. Erdelyi & J. Sinko & G. Gajdatsy & G. Szabo (University of Szeged, Hungary)
[P2-D03] Real-time volumetric imaging using high-speed X-ray microtomography [PDF]
T. dos Santos Rolo & T. van de Kamp & A. Cecilia & P. Vagovic & T. Baumbach (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
[P2-D04] A Bionanoreactor for correlative microscopy of in-situ processes [PDF]
N. Liv & D.S.B. van Oosten Slingeland & A.C. Zonnevylle & V.G. Kutchoukov & C.Th.H. Heerkens & P. Kruit & J.P. Hoogenboom (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands)
[P2-D05] High resolution whole cell imaging using focused MeV ion beam [PDF]
X. Chen & C. Ce-belle & C.N.B. Udalagama & A.A. Bettiol & F. Watt (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P2-D06] Well-dispersed nanophosphors for cathodoluminescence microscopy produced by using laser ablation method [PDF]
T. Furukawa & H. Niioka & M. Ichimiya & T. Nagata & M. Ashida & T. Araki & M. Hashimoto (Osaka University, Japan)
[P2-D07] Cathodoluminescence microscopy with a high-NA objective lens inside a SEM [PDF]
A.C. Narvaez & A.C. Zonnevylle & A.P.J. Effting & R.F.C. van Tol & P. Kruit & J.P. Hoogenboom (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands)
[P2-D08] High-speed real-time long-term image acquisition and storage system for 2D lissajous scanning laser microscopy [PDF]
Y.H. Cheng & C.K. Sun (National Taiwan University, Taiwan (R.O.C))
[P2-D09] PC-based digital holographic microscope with image reconstruction improvement software [PDF]
A. Hadiastuti & F. Dewanda & A.B. Suksmono & T.L. Mengko (Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia)
[P2-D10] 3D Conoscopic holography in view of retinal imaging [PDF]
L. Blanco & L.M. Mugnier & J. Jarosz (ONERA-The French Aerospace Lab, France)
[P2-D11] Near-infrared tunable 30-fs laser with optional multi-spectral output [PDF]
B. Resan & F. Brunner & A. Rohrbacher & H. Ammann & T. Ruchti & K.J. Weingarten (Time-Bandwidth Products, Switzerland)
[P2-D12] Pushing the boundaries of single molecule detection [PDF]
S. Rüttinger & M. König & S. Tannert & T. Schönau & O. Schulz & M. Wahl & K. Lauritsen & F. Koberling & R. Ros & R. Erdmann & U. Ortmann (PicoQuant GmbH, Germany)
[P2-D14] Scanning optical microscope with programmable illumination beam intensity [PDF]
A. Das & B.R. Boruah (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India)
[P2-D15] Novel technique to simultaneously image flagellar beat in 3D and Ca2+ concentration [PDF]
J.F. Jikeli & R. Pascal & U.B Kaupp & L. Alvarez (Center of advanced european studies and research (caesar), Germany)
[P2-D16] Single-molecule-based microscopy reveals new and exciting insights into polymer science [PDF]
W. Bi & E.K.L. Yeow (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
[P2-D17] Stabilization of membrane proteins by compatible solutes: Single molecule force spectroscopic study [PDF]
A. Roychoudhury & R. Reinehr & D. Häussinger & F. Oesterhelt (Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany)
P2-E   Super-resolution  
[P2-E01] High-throughput super-resolution localization microscopy with sCMOS camera [PDF]
Z.L. Huang (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)
[P2-E02] Algorithm specific comparison of Gen II sCMOS and EM-CCD cameras for precision localization microscopy using a camera simulation engine [PDF]
E. Toda & T. Takahashi & S. Fullerton & K. Bennett (Hamamatsu Photonics K.K., Japan)
[P2-E05] Photon reassignment for wide-field structured illumination microscopy [PDF]
V.R. Singh & L. Yuan & J. Rajapakse & P. So (Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, Singapore, Singapore)
[P2-E06] Studying the self-association and distribution of annexin A4 at the plasma membrane utilizing brightness analysis and photoactivated localization microscopy [PDF]
K.C. Crosby & M.A. Hink & T.W.J. Gadella (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
[P2-E07] Optical nanoscopy by continuous wave wave stimulated emission depletion (CW STED) with a Ti:Sapphire laser [PDF]
Y. Liu & Y. Ding & E. Alonas & W. Wang & H. Wang & P.J. Santangelo & D. Jin & Q. Ren & P. Xi (Peking University, China)
[P2-E08] Multicolor 3D-SIM for investigation of heavy-ion radiaion-induced DNA double-strand breaks [PDF]
R. Lopez Perez & G. Best & S. Zeis & P. Huber & C. Cremer (German Cancer Research Center, Germany)
[P2-E09] Fast imaging of different biological samples with high resolution techniques [PDF]
J.T. Zahn & J. Schneider & J. Engelhardt & S.W. Hell (German Cancer Research Center, Germany)
P2-F   Optical theory and image formation  
[P2-F01] Real-time fast axis angle measurement by differential-phase polarization sensitive optical coherence tomography [PDF]
L.-P. Yu & T.-L. Ma & J.-S. Wu & C. Chou (Chang Gung University, Taiwan)
[P2-F02] Spinning disk resolution boosted by adaptative optics [PDF]
V. Fraisier & T. Piolot & G. Clouvel & X. Levecq & R. Porcar & J. Salamero (Institut Curie - UMR144 CNRS, France)
[P2-F03] A comparison of axial responses of orthogonal linearly polarized and parallel linearly polarized Zeeman laser scanning confocal microscopes [PDF]
J.S. Wu & L.P. Yu & Y.J. Jhong & C. Chou (Chang Gung University, Taiwan)
[P2-F04] Multi-star adaptive optics for fluorescence wide field microscopy [PDF]
P. Vermeulen & T. Pons & V. Loriette & A. Fragola (LPEM ESPCI ParisTech, France)
[P2-F05] Characterization of image acquisition noise in a novel fluorescence speckle microscopy method [PDF]
T.H. Nim & F.M. Margadant & L. Tucker-Kellogg (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
[P2-F06] Extended depth-of-field parallax-microscopy (EDFP) for 3D-real time imaging [PDF]
I.E. Beckers & S. Albrecht & J. Landskron & E. Leverenz (University of Applied Sciences Berlin (BeuthHS), Germany)
[P2-F07] Descanned point detection of single fluorophore fluorescence [PDF]
R. Daum (TILL Photonics GmbH, Germany)
[P2-F08] Reducing the impact of spherical aberration on extended depth-of-field microscopy using PSF engineering [PDF]
S. Yuan & C. Preza (The University of Memphis, U.S.A.)
[P2-F09] High throughput 3D widefield spectral imaging based on HiLo microscopy and imaging fourier transform spectrometer [PDF]
H. Choi & P.T.C. So (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)