mmc2019 Programme Overview

For more information on the Plenary Speakers and Sessions please click on the links in the table

Monday 1 July
1030 - 1300
 
 
 
 
 
 
1330 - 1630
SPM
EMAG
ImageJ
BioImaging UK Meeting
Early Career Meeting
 
1655
Welcome to mmc2019 by Professor Rik Brydson and Professor Maddy Parsons
1700
Plenary Speaker - Professor Dr Wolfgang Baumeister - Cryo-Electron Tomography: The Promise and the Challenges of Doing Structural Biology in situ
1745
Plenary Speaker -  Professor Jody Rosenblatt - Epithelial cell extrusion and its misregulation in disease
1830
Welcome Drinks
Tuesday 2 July
0845
Plenary Speaker - Professor Helen Saibil - Malaria parasites breaking out of red blood cells
1000 - 1200
SMG & MSI: Exploiting physical and beam probes to resolve structure
Alison Dun
EMAG
Frontiers in BioImaging: Label-free quantitative optical microscopy
Paola Borri
Using cryo-electron microscopy to investigate macromolecular structure
Rebecca Thompson
In Situ electron microscopy applied to inorganic materials
Chris Parmenter
SPM: Advancing materials science via scanning probes
Oleg Kolosov
Exhibition and Lunch
1400 - 1600
SMG & MSI: Trials and tribulations of electron and light beam induced radiation effects
Ursel Bangert
EMAG
Frontiers in BioImaging: Biological applications of fluorescence microscopy beyond the diffraction limit
Dylan Owen
Correlative microscopy Leandro Lemgruber
In situ electron microscopy applied to soft matter and biological systems
Chris Parmenter
SPM of soft and biological matter
Jamie Hobbs
Exhibition, Posters and Drinks - Poster Session 1
1800
Exhibition Closes
1930
SPM Dinner - Don Giovannis
Frontiers in BioImaging - Midland Hotel
EMAG Dinner - Bem Brasil
Wednesday 3 July
0845
Plenary Speaker - Dr Sergei Kalinin - Assembling matter atom by atom: applications of machine learning to scanning transmission electron microscopy
1000 - 1200
EMAG
EMAG
Frontiers in BioImaging: Developments in super-resolution microscopy
Seamus Holden
3D electron microscopy: large data sets rich in information
Tobias Starborg
FIB microscopy and sample preparation
Xiang li Zhong
 
SPM - A tool for pharmaceutical and biomedical research
Stephanie Allen
Exhibition, Lunch and RMS Scientific Imaging Competition
1400 - 1600
EMAG
EMAG
Frontiers in BioImaging: Light sheet microscopy: Imaging complex biological samples in time and space
Steve Thomas
Believing is more than seeing: Learning and models in quantitative imaging
Jason Swedlow
Multimode ion beam microscopy: Hybrid-techniques and spectroscopy
Trevor Almeida
SPM: Nanomechanics for biology and biomedicine
Nuria Gavara
Exhibition, Posters and Drinks - Poster Session 2
1800
Exhibition Closes
1900
Congress Banquet - The Principal Manchester Hotel
Thursday 4 July
0930 - 1130
EMAG
EMAG
Bio applications: Imaging in disease
Claire Wells
UK applied image analysis (NEUBIAS UK and IAFIG-RMS)
Dominic Waithe
X-ray microscopy: Beyond attenuation contrast tomography
Michael Doube 
Microscopy of materials for health care
Roland Kroger
Exhibition and Lunch
1330 - 1530
EMAG
EMAG
Imaging the immune system
Theresa Ward
Extracting meaning from big data
Martin Jones
Quantitative microscopy in earth, planetary and archaeological sciences
Duncan Muir
Tissue cytometry
Derek Davies
1530
Exhibition Closes
1545
EMAG Plenary Speaker - Professor Keith Riles - From Attometers to Gigaparsecs - Gravitational Waves Define a New Astronomy
1615
Presentation of Poster Prizes - Professor Rik Brydson and Professor Maddy Parsons
1620
Plenary Speaker - Professor Klaus Hahn - Watching and walking your cells – biosensors and optogenetics to trace live cell motility circuitry
1705
Closing Drinks Reception - End of Congress

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