The aim of our club is to bring together people who do microscopy or want to learn about it. Our club is highly interdisciplinary: we have physicists, biologists, computer scientists, and DIY geeks among us. We meet monthly and talk about ray and wave optics, old and new microscopy methods, fluorescent probes, cameras, objectives, etc. Volunteer and guest speakers are very welcome!
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Contact the club admin (NV) for access to presentations.
Friedrich Preusser (Preibisch Lab). FISHing under microscopes: An overview of recent techniques for spatial transcriptomics.
Demo an ultra-compact microscope for confocal/SIM/TIRF/single molecule imaging, Nanoimager.
Christopher Schmied, FMP. Digital images and their analysis.
Selma E. Anton, Lohse Lab. Lasers: where do the colors come from, what can they be used for and everything else you need to know.
Nikita Vladimirov, Preibisch Lab. Imaging, brain mapping, and messing with neuronal networks in zebrafish brain (journal club).
Elisabeth Baumann, Gerhardt Lab, MDC.
Creating sound with light: The principle and applications of Photoacoustic Microscopy.
Marie Walde, Woehler Lab, MDC.
Co-localization analysis of fluorescence images: Overview & recent development.
Journal Club: Mapping molecular assemblies with fluorescence microscopy and object-based spatial statistics, Lagache et al, Nat. Comm. 2018.
Benjamin Judkewitz, head of the Bioimaging and Neurophotonics Lab at Charité.
Deep imaging with time-reversed light.
An unresolved mystery of physics: the Double-Slit Experiment. Watching The Quantum Experiment that Broke Reality | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios and the classics, Richard Feynman’s Lecture on Electron Two-Slit Experiment
Marie Walde, Woehler Lab
Optical resolution and diffraction. Slides
Nikita Vladimirov, Preibisch Lab
Geometrical optics. Slides