Agenda

Agenda

 Tuesday, May 16
9:00-9:40  Ales Benda  BioCev
9:40-10:20 Wolfgang Becker  Becker & Hickl GmbH, Berlin  Fluorescence lifetime imaging by multi-dimensional TCSPC – basics, advanced techniques, applications
Coffee Break
10:40-11:20  Klaus Suhling  King’s College London
11:20-12:00  Thomas Blacker  University College London  Photophysics of NADH and NADPH
Lunch Break
1:20-2:00  Angelika Rück  University Ulm, Germany FLIM and PLIM for cell metabolism and oxygen sensing with applications in neurology and PDT
2:00-2:40 Ruslan Dmitriev University Cork, Ireland Multi-parametric FLIM-PLIM of 3D tumour and stem cell-based models: measuring O2 together with temperature and cell cycle
Coffee Break
3:00-3:40  Martin Hammer University Jena, Germany Fluorescence lifetime imaging at the retina in a clinical setting
3:40-4:20  Volker Huck University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
4:20-4:40 Jana Humpolíčková Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS, Prague A FLIM-FRET Approach for the Determination of Membrane Protein Oligomerization in Live Cell Membranes: Case Study of Rhomboid-Related Protein 2 (RHBDL2)
4:40-5:00 Jakub Rohlena IBT Prague
5:00-  Demos
Wednesday, May 17
9:00-9:40 Martin Hof Inst. Phys. Chem. Prague, Czech Republic Use of fluorescence spectroscopy in synthetic biology
9:40-10:20 Michael Börsch  University Jena, Germany
Coffe Break
10:40-11:20 Dusan Chorvat International Laser Center Bratislava, Slovakia
11:20-12:00 Patrick Schäfer University Ulm, Germany, Clinics of Neurology NADH FLIM in neuroenergetics
Lunch Break
1:20-2:00 Alexandra Meleshina Nizhnii Novgorod Medical State Academy, Russia  Complex analysis of metabolic status, intracellular pH, viscosity and cytoskeleton of human mesenchymal stem cells during osteogenic and chondrogenic differentiation by fluorescent microscopy and FLIM
2:00-2.40 Elena Koshel Saint Petersburg State University The examination of new phosphorescent probes based on transition metals complexes for Phosphorescent Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (PLIM)
Coffe Break
3:00-3:40 Anca Margineanu Max Delbrueck Centre for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany Quantitative molecular imaging across scales using fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM)
3:40-4:00 Goutam Pramanik  Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS, Prague  Near InfraRed (NIR) Emitting Gold Nanoclusters for Bioimaging Applications
4:00-4:20 Hana Uhlířová CEITEC Regulation of tissue metabolism by variation in O2 availability: 2-photon imaging of NADH in cerebral cortex in vivo
4:20-5:00 Wolfgang Becker Becker & Hickl GmbH  Fast FLIM at an Image rate of 5 fps
5:00- Demos