Great training, and they are free to attend
mmc2015 will continue the acclaimed programme of special "hands-on" workshops. They enable the visitor to learn more about the practical details of the conference topics and microscopy in general.
The workshops will all take place on the exhibition floor in the four workshop theatres from Tuesday 30 June - Thursday 2 July. Each session will run for approx 45 minutes.
Workshops are FREE for all visitors at mmc2015 to attend. You won’t need to pre-register, just make sure you turn up on time to ensure you have a seat.
Please find the commercial workshop programme below.
|Tuesday||workshop area 1||workshop area 2||workshop area 3||workshop area 4|
|1100||Prior Scientific - Microscope Automation||DENSsolutions - Imaging kinetics at atomic level|
|1145||Bitplane AG - What is new in Imaris 8: data manager, intergrated batch processing and data mining||Cairn Research Ltd - Simultaneous fast scanning TIRF and targetted laser illumination||TESCAN-UK - Serial block face imaging using a Xe-plasma FIB-SEM system|
|1230||Leica Microsystems||Kleindiek Nanotechnik - Micromanipulation in Microscopy: Handling and Characterising Nano Structures||SCIENION AG - Hight-Throughput TEM: load multiple liquid samples onto a single grid||FEI - Multidimensional in-situ S/TEM imaging and analysis - Challenges and Solutions|
|1315||VisiTech International Ltd. - Instant Selective Illumination Microscopy (iSIM)||Exprodo Software - Calpendo: The Intelligent Core Facility Management and Booking System||ISS Group Services - A novel method for automating serial sectioning for volume microscopy||Gatan UK - Latest Advances in EELS Acquisition and Analysis|
|1400||Linkam Scientific Instruments Ltd - Seeing is believing! VISTA – A new visual approach to materials characterisation, combining standard thermal analysis techniques with image analysis||CoolLED - Don’t be LED into believing that it’s all about the light source: Maximising fluorescence performance with correct selection of filters.||Hamamatsu Photonics - W-View Gemini & ORCA Flash4.0 LT: The perfect partners for simultaneous dual-wavelength imaging||Quorum Technologies - Recent advances in sputtering and carbon coating techniques|
|1445||Klocke Nanotechnik presented by Acutance Scientific - Nanorobotics, from in SEM/FIB Nanoworkbench to nano-precise Micro Production Systems||Photometrics & Qimaging||Olympus - Multiphoton Microscopy at its Best - The High-Speed and High-Precision Fluoview fvmpe-rs System||EDAX, Ametek - New methods for the interpretation of mappings|
|1530||Indigo Scientific - Jenoptik‘s new microscope camera for Life Science. Get the most from your microscope workstation||Renishaw - Raman confocal microscopic imaging – a powerful label-free tool for life sciences research||Thermo Scientific - Phase mapping, statistics and COMPASS|
|1615||Protochips - Frontiers in Atmospheric in-situ Microscopy||
Andor MSD - Diskovery-A new platform for multi-modal imaging
|DELMIC BV - Combining Light and Electron Microscopy for Better Results||JEOL - Versatile Solutions for Modern Analytical Instruments – TEM|
|1100||Linkam Scientific Instruments Ltd - Cryo-CLEM. Contamination free Cryo-fluorescence.||Photometrics & Qimaging||Cairn Research Ltd -Real time super resolution image acquisition||Lambda Photometrics Ltd|
|1145||Andor Technology - Fast and Sensitive Cameras for Microscopy||NanoMEGAS - Precession Electron Diffraction Applications in TEM : from crystal structure determination to orientation imaging and strain mapping at nm scale||Bruker Nano GmbH - Advanced EDS and Micro-XRF Analysis Using Spectrum Imaging, Computer-Controlled SEM and an Annular SDD||Hitachi High Technologies|
|1230||JEOL - Versatile Solutions for Modern Analytical Instruments – SEM|| Carl Zeiss - Automated Correlative Tomography using
X-ray Microscopy and FIB-SEM
|FEI - Cryo TEM Tomography workflow solutions… What’s New?|
|1315||Andor MSD - Deep Confocal Imaging without the need for multi-photon lasers||CoolLED - Don’t be LED into believing that it’s all about the light source: Maximising fluorescence performance with correct selection of filters.||Thermo Scientific - Smarter spectroscopy with WDS: When EDS isn’t good enough||BioStatus Ltd - Real-time Cell Health Monitoring by Fluorescence Microscopy|
|1400||EMSIS GmbH - New high-speed and high-resolution TEM cameras and software solutions by EMSIS||Leica Microsystems||Bitplane AG - Imaris Application: learn how to segment EM and quantify images||TESCAN - UK - MHM – Q-PHASE|
|1445||Imagic Bildverarbeitung AG||Science Photo Library - The Bigger Picture||Hamamatsu Photonics - ORCA-Flash4.0 V2: A high speed sCMOS camera for demanding life science applications||EDAX, Ametek - EBSD resolution from low to high magnification|
|1530||Science Photo Library - The Bigger Picture||Olympus - Dedicated Objectives – Expert Optics for Expert Users||BAKER Ruskinn - The importance of creating a controllable hypoxia environment for cell biology based applications|
|1615||Indigo Scientific - Jenoptik‘s new microscope camera for Life Science. Get the most from your microscope workstation||RMC Products - A novel method for automating serial sectioning for volume microscopy|
|1700||RMC Products - A novel method for automating serial sectioning for volume microscopy|
|1100||Bitplane AG - Imaris Application: learn how to segment and quantify your time - lapse data sets||Andor Technology - Mosaic Infinity (better title to be provided)||Rigaku Europe - nano3DX: high-contrast & high-resolution X-ray CT|
Interested in booking a workshop?
Workshops are only available to exhibiting companies. More details and the workshop booking form are available by clicking here.
Already presenting a workshop?
Please find details below for hosting your workshop(s) at mmc2015:
- Each workshop theatre will have a plasma screen and laptop included. Please bring your presentation on a USB stick. We will supply power and VGA leads as standard for all connections between laptops and screens/projectors. Please note that if you intend to bring your own Mac to connect to the plasma or projector screens you will need to bring your own VGA adapter cable that will convert the signal from Mac to VGA which is specific to the model being used. It would also be a good idea, to bring your own power lead as we do not carry spare Mac accessories on site.
- Along with a workshop programme booklet included in the delegate bags and in the exhibition hall, the workshop theatres will have a programme of the sessions that day available for delegates to view.
- You will have the opportunity to scan the badges of the attendees to your session using a lead scanner available in the theatre. A steward will be available at the beginning of the session to ensure you know how to use it.
- The data from the lead scanners will include delegate names and email addresses and be sent to you via email after mmc2015.
If you have any questions, please contact Chloe Goode.