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High Resolution Microscopy and Flow
Cytometry to Advance your Discovery

Thursday October 10th, 2019
Time: 09:00 – 17:00

09:00-10:00 Registration & Coffee

Where:

Technische Universität München

Address:

Einsteinstraße 25 | 81675 München | Germany

Planner: Technische Universität München together with Luminex

 

On behalf of the Technical University of Munich and Luminex we cordially invite you to the 4th joint Austrian, German and Swiss Amnis® User Meeting & Workshop. 


The Amnis® imaging flow cytometry technology uses a unique CCD based optics system and design that provides researchers unparalleled sensitivity and flexibility when analyzing cells and submicron particles. Its combination of multispectral flow cytometry and fluorescent microscopy enables novel applications in many different fields of life science and medicine. This includes the classification of normal and aberrant blood cells but also of algae and other microorganism, the detection and quantification of small particles like extracellular vesicles (EVs) and protein aggregates and the functional analysis of cells e.g. in cell-cell interaction, internalization and co-localization assays.  
  
At the user meeting, researchers will have the chance to network with other users, present their data and experiences with the Amnis® ImageStream® and FlowSight® instruments, followed by a workshop that will give new perspectives focusing on the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in imaging cytometry.


The registration is free of charge and lunch and coffee will be provided during the meeting.


Please register as soon as possible as there is only limited space available. If you are interested to present your research or new applications please submit a title and if possible a short abstract to one of our application scientists prhein@luminexcorp.com or sthalmann@luminexcorp.com. 


Looking forward to welcoming you in Munich!
Ritu Mishra (TU Munich), Carsten Ludwig (Luminex), Sebastian Thalmann (Luminex), Peter Rhein (Luminex)

For any further questions please do not hesitate to contact: prhein@luminexcorp.com, mobile: +49 171 155 4648

Confirmed speakers:

  • Small Particle Imaging Flow Cytometry: Seeing is Believing! - Joanne Lannigan, University of Virginia
  • Dissecting Cell Death Regulation via Imaging Flow Cytometry - Laura Hillert, Translational Inflammation Research, OvGU, Magdeburg
  • In vivo Analysis of Phosphatidylserine Positive Cells by Imaging Flow Cytometry and Deep Learning Reveals Extensive Interaction of Activated T cells with Extracellular Vesicles - Jan Kranich, LMU, Munich
  • Characterizing the PD-L1/PD-L2 Status of Circulation Tumor Cells Using the Amnis® ImageStream® Platform - Stephanie Staudte, Charité, Berlin
  • Imaging Flow Cytometry meets Deep Learning - Nikolaos-Kosmas Chlis, Institute of Computational Biology, Helmholtz Center Munich, German Research Center for Environmental Health, Munich
  • Imaging Cytometry and Deep Learning for Air and Water Quality Assessment - Susanne Dunker, Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research GmbH - UFZ, Leipzig
  • Staining nano particles: a story of extracellular vesicles and viruses - Michel Bremer, University Hospital Essen, Essen
  • Exascience Lab at imec and Expertise Centre for Digital Media at Hasselt University - Dr. Nick Michiels, Hasselt University, Diepenbeek, Belgium
  • More to be announced!

Confirmed workshops:

"Artificial Intelligence for Imaging Flow Cytometry: Going Deeper into Image Analysis"

Amnis® Update on New Software Modules & Imaging Flow Cytometry for Leukemia Diagnosis

Vidya Venkatachalam, Director, Software and Algorithms R&D & Haley Pugsley, Sr. Scientist, Amnis® Flow Cytometry