During 10-15 Sep 2023, we will host a symposium of;Development and Advance of New Microscopy for Biological System in the 20th International Microscopy Congress (IMC) in Busan, South Korea.
The IMC, known as the Olympics of microscopy, has been held every four years since 1954, providing a platform for showcasing cutting-edge research in microscopy and drawing delegates from across the globe.The event will feature world-renowned plenary speakers alongside a trade exhibition where leading suppliers will launch groundbreaking new instruments.
We invite research papers that address the latest developments and advancements in new microscopy techniques for the study of biological systems.
The symposium aims to explore the potential of new imaging technologies, including super-resolution microscopy, cryo-electron microscopy, light-sheet microscopy, mesoscopy, and label-free imaging, among others, for providing unprecedented insights into the structures, functions, and dynamics of biological systems at various scales.
We encourage submissions that showcase interdisciplinary collaborations between researchers from different fields and that highlight the innovative application of microscopy in addressing important biological questions. Join us to share and discuss the latest discoveries in the field.
We are pleased to announce the following invited speakers:
Gail McConnell, University of Strathclyde, UK
Imari Sato, National Institute of Information, Japan
Keisuke Goda, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Pietro Ferraro, Institute of Applied Sciences & Intelligent Systems, Italy
Topics of interest include super-resolution microscopy, light-sheet microscopy, cryo-electron microscopy, mesoscopy, label-free imaging techniques, and advanced methods in bioimage analysis.
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The submission deadline is 15 April 2023.
Please select “Life Science” and “15.
Development and Advance of New Microscopy for Biological System” in the categories.
Takeharu Nagai, Osaka University, Japan
YongKeun (Paul) Park, KAIST, Korea