ELMI was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of their equipment.
Regardless whether you’re imaging with a widefield, confocal, or super-resolution microscope (STED, Airyscan, PALM/STORM), all optical images suffer from artifacts. If you are interested in identifying and correcting these to produce high-quality and reliable results, then this workshop may interest you. We’ll discuss the imaging process, acquisition pitfalls such as spherical aberration, undersampling, photon noise and the Point Spread Function, and how to solve these imaging issues. Topics also include deconvolution, restoration, visualization, and the importance of reliable quantitative analysis.
People that are interested can register here: https://svi.nl/Huygens-Workshop-Program