One of the great features of the Microscience Microscopy Congress Series is that it embraces established popular meetings to bring together different groups under one roof to network, learn, collaborate and of course, to enjoy one of Europe's largest microscopy and imaging events.
The meetings and groups incorporated with mmc2019 are:
The 8th meeting in the successful Frontiers in BioImaging series will be held during mmc2019.
Focusing on the latest biological applications and optical imaging developments, it brings together technology developers, application specialists and end users to share their work and future vision. The aim of the meeting is to create a network of multidisciplinary scientists focused on aspects of advanced imaging and its application.
With a mix of leading research leaders, their postdoctoral, PhD and technical staff, this is an ideal event for researchers to engage with a broad range of image approaches and to make useful contacts with key groups using similar technologies. We hope that this will lead to many future collaborations and ensure that recent funding awards are well promoted and benefits maximised.
The Frontiers in BioImaging Sessions will take place on 2 & 3 July with complementary linked sessions taking place on 4 July.
There will be an exclusive dinner organised for Frontiers in BioImaging Session attendees on Tuesday 2 July at The Midland Hotel. When you register for the mmc2019 Congress you can also add the dinner to your booking.
The Annual RMS Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) Meeting will be held during mmc2019. This meeting is unmissable for anyone using SPM in their work or studies and will cover a wide range of topics associated with SPM including main techniques such as atomic force microscopy and scanning tunnelling microscopy as well as more specialised versions.
The SPM Conference Sessions at mmc2019 are taking place on 2 & 3 July
The Pre-Congress Workshop Practical Tips for Atomic Force Microscopy Imaging and Spectroscopy will take place on Monday 1 July and will provide an advanced in depth introduction to scanning probe microscopy at a level suitable for graduate students who have started using or developing SPM in their own research, and for experienced electron and optical microscopists who would like to know how they could use SPM
There will be an exclusive dinner organised for SPM Session attendees on Tuesday 2 July at Don Giovannis. This will be an ideal opportunity to network, renew old contacts and create some new ones.
When you register for the mmc2019 Congress, you can also add the AFM Pre-Congress Workshop and the SPM Dinner to your booking.
Organised by the Institute of Physics’ Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group (EMAG), the 2019 EMAG conference will be part of mmc2019.
In keeping with the established EMAG traditions, EMAG 2019 will include
- Three days of talks each with two parallel streams covering various electron microscopy themes in the life and physical sciences.
- Lively poster sessions.
- An impressive list of world class EMAG invited speakers.
- Plenty of social activities with opportunities to catch up with old friends and to make new ones, including the EMAG Dinner at Bem Brasil on Tuesday 2 July.
But by being a part of mmc2019, EMAG delegates can enjoy:
- A larger than usual trade exhibition of microscopy and imaging equipment, with an expected one hundred companies demonstrating the widest range of equipment and consumables.
- Benefit from the opportunities for interaction and cross disciplinary discussions with participants from other complementary meetings occurring simultaneously in the same venue including Scanning Probe Microscopy and BioImaging UK.
- Links with more workshops and training events than were possible with a stand-alone EMAG, as well as opportunities for participants to contribute to the RMS International Scientific Imaging Competitions.
When you register for the mmc2019 Congress, you can also add the EMAG Dinner to your booking.
The Scottish Microscopy Group (SMG) & Microscopy Society of Ireland (MSI) are combining at mmc2019 to bring together sessions featuring research in life and material sciences.
Invited talks by members of both societies will be complemented by short presentations selected from submitted abstracts. The MSI and SMG
hope to see not only members of their societies at the session, but also those who want to find out more about the work done by their members using the fabulous range of microscope facilities available in Ireland and Scotland.
The SMG & MSI Sessions are taking place on Tuesday 2 July.