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Leica Scientific Forum Japan with Stefan W. Hell

Published: 02.09.13

September 9-11 in Osaka, Kyoto & Tokyo: "Nanoscopy with Focused Light"

Keynote speaker Prof. Dr. Stefan W. Hell

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen/Germany

"Nanoscopy with Focused Light"

Abstract

Since the 19th century it has been widely accepted that a light microscope cannot see details that are finer than half the wavelength of light (>200 nm). However, in the 1990s it was discovered that this diffraction resolution barrier can be effectively overcome, such that fluorescent features can be resolved virtually down to molecular dimensions.

I will discuss the simple yet powerful physical principles that allowed us to break the resolution limit, with special emphasis on STED and RESOLFT microscopy, and moreover exemplify the relevance of this 'optical nanoscopy' to the neurosciences.

Venues

  • LSF  Osaka - presented by Chairman Prof. Takeharu Nagai 
    Monday, September 9, 2013, 15:30h
    Venue: The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, I.S.I.R. Seminar Hall, 1F in Administration Building, Osaka University
  • LSF Kyoto - presented by Chairman Prof. Akihiro Kusumi
    Tuesday, September 10, 2013, 15:30h
    Venue: iCeMS Seminar Hall (2F in the iCeMS headquarter building at the northwest corner of Higashi-Ichijo) 
  • LSF Tokyo - presented by Chairman Prof. Yasuteru Urano
    Wednesday, September 11, 2013, 15:30 h
    Venue: Sanjo-Kaikan Conference Hall, Hongo Campus, University of Tokyo

Invitation

The members of the Scientific Advisory Board Japan:

Prof. Yasushi Hiraoka (Osaka University), Prof. Masaru Ishii (Osaka University), Prof. Takeharu Nagai (Osaka University), Prof. Masayuki Miura (University of Tokyo), Prof. Yasuteru Urano (University of Tokyo), Prof. Takeshi Kaneko (Kyoto University), Prof. Akihiro Kusumi (Kyoto University) 

and  Dr. Thomas Zapf (Leica Microsystems) cordially invite you to meet Professor Hell at the post lecture receptions for personal discussion.

All lectures are free of charge. For organizational reasons, please RSVP by email

Leica Scientific Forum Japan with Stefan Hell