Imaging and Microscopy Events to Attend in Autumn 2021

Global Bioimaging present the 6th edition of their annual gathering with the theme “Imaging Research Infrastructures in a time of change” which will be an online event this year. The full programme will be published soon on their website.
This is an online course by Royal Microscopy Society (RMS) which will run over 4 half-days and cover the basics of analysis for a number of different applications including antibody phenotyping, DNA and cell cycle kinetics, cell proliferation and death, and functional studies. There will also be the opportunity to explore high-dimensional analysis using dimensionality reduction and clustering techniques.

Pre-recorded lectures will be provided in advance of the meeting with live small group practical sessions in the afternoons. Delegates will be able to use data files (which will be provided) and follow along with directed analysis by the course demonstrators. Analysis will be performed in either FlowJo or FCS Express and Applications specialists will also form part of the demonstrator team. This course is open to all and is suitable for those who are relatively new to flow cytometry and who wish to expand their experience with applications and specific analysis.

The 25th National Electron Microscopy Congress, which was planned to be held in Izmir between 22 - 24 September 2021 by the Izmir Institute of Technology on behalf of the Turkish Society for Electron Microscopy, and the 1st International Microscopy and Spectroscopy Congress, which will be held simultaneously for the first time, will be held online.

Our congress will be open to all microscopy related research and technical developments in the fields of life sciences and materials sciences. The scientific program of the congress will include presentations by renowned invited speakers, as well as contributed oral and poster presentations. Even in these harsh times, we prioritize the communication and interaction of our participants, and we will provide all means possible for fruitful discussions via our online meeting system.

27 September - 1 October 2021
MICCAI 2021 (online)

The 24th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention, will be run as a virtual event. The conference series includes three days of scientific content, including oral presentations and poster sessions. Workshops, tutorials, and challenges are held on the days preceding and succeeding the conference. Delegates can enjoy many different session formats in these satellite events that offer a comprehensive forum to further explore topics relevant to MICCAI. Industrial sessions and an industry exhibition provide interesting opportunities of exchange between academia and industry.

5-7 October 2021
VISION (physical), Stuttgart, Germany

VISION is the world's leading trade fair for machine vision, which helps stay up to date with all the latest trends, developments and innovations in the industry, and get to know and meet all the important experts and companies. This year it will finally be held live in Stuttgart, Germany. Around 500 exhibitors from all over the world will present their products and services in image processing and provide insights into the cutting edge technology.

It will also feature the VISION Award, sponsored by the trade magazineIMVE published by Europa Science Verlag. From the submissions, the expert jury will select a shortlist of the best innovations, which will be presented at VISION during a session of the Industrial VISION Days. The winner will also be selected and the award ceremony will take place there. The VISION Award features € 3,000 in prize money.

12 October
Intelligent Health (physical and online), Amsterdam, Netherlands

The world’s leading AI in medicine summit series brings together around 200,000 clinicians, technologists and C-suite executives to discuss and create the future that revolutionises health. Meetings, plenary sessions live and streamed, table talks, masterclass sessions and workshops to learn about the best practices, technologies and the most innovative developments in the industry.

22-23 November 2021
Crick BioImage Analysis Symposium 2021 (online)

Turku PET Centre is organising a three-day intensive course 'Principles And Applications of Neuroimaging Data Analysis', which will be held in Turku in August 18th - 20th 2021. It will give excellent hands-on expertise for working with common neuroimaging modalities (PET and structural and functional MRI). The course is free, held in person, but they will stream the lectures over Zoom.

https://emotion.utu.fi/neurocourse-2/
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