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 ANNOUNCEMENT

“Present and future of fluorescence microscopy and spectroscopy”

Palladin Institute of Biochemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (NASU), Kyiv.

13-17  January, 2014

The course is one of the series of meetings referring to the project “Swiss-Ukrainian-Hungarian institutional partnership: strengthening research and education in the field of advanced fluorescence techniques”. This three-year project is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation’s program “Scientific Co-operation between Eastern Europe and Switzerland” (SCOPES 2012-2014).

Aim and purpose

The course is intended for individuals wishing an in-depth introduction to the principles of fluorescence spectroscopy  and microscopy and its applications to the Life Sciences. The major aim of our project is to combine and share this expertise in the development of these techniques and to provide young scientists with advanced knowledge in the field of fluorescence.

Course organization

We will be glad to see you at the course «Present and future of fluorescence microscopy and spectroscopy», starting on Monday, January 13-17, 2014 at the Palladin Institute of Biochemistry, Kyiv.  The course consists of lectures and practical training in spectroscopy and fluorescence microscopy. The practical course will be limited to 20 participants from Switzerland, Hungary and Ukraine. Lecture sessions will convene in the mornings and will be open to the entire community. We kindly invite you participate in the lectures and hope it would be interesting and useful for you.  See the program below.

Lecture schedule

Monday 13 January

12.00-13.00

Basics of Flow Cytometry

Sz?ll?si J?nos University of Debrecen, Hungary

13.00-14.00

Fluorescence lifetime microscopy: a unique technique for characterizing physicochemical parameters and monitoring molecular interactions in live cells

MELY Yves University of Strasbourg, France

 

Tuesday 14 January

10.00-11.00

Biomimetic assays to investigate proteins

Beata Bugyi University of Pecs, Hungary

11.00-12.00

F?rster Resonance energy transfer in flow and image

Sz?ll?si J?nos University of Debrecen, Hungary

12.00-12.30

Coffee break

12.30-13.30

Technique and instrumentation for  fluorescence spectroscopy

Alex Siemiarczuk Photon Technology International, Inc

 

Wednesday 15 January

13.30-14.30

Fluorescence spectroscopy and microscopy of single molecules

Olaf Schulz Georg-August-University G?ttingen Germany

14.30-15.30

Super-resolution microscopy

Cs?cs G?bor  ETH, Light Microscopy and Screening Center, Switzerland

   

Thursday 16 January

9.30-10.30

Microscopic method to determine the persistance length of  filaments

Laszlo Grama University of Pecs, Hungary

10.30-11.30

Very fast kinetics and femto spectrocopy of proteins and macromolecues
Andras Lukacs University of Pecs, Hungary

11.30-12.00

coffee break

12.00-13.00

New fluorescence nanomaterials

Alex Demchenko Palladin institute of biochemistry, Ukraine

13.00-14.00

Live-cell imaging

Cs?cs G?bor  ETH, Light Microscopy and Screening Center, Switzerland

   

Friday 17 January

10.00-11.00

Vasyl Pivovarenko Chemistry Faculty, National Taras Shevchenko University, Kiev

Information and correspondence

Course Organizer

prof. Alexandr P. Demchenko

Head of laboratory of Nanobiotechnologies

Mol. immunology department

Palladin Institute of Biochemistry NASU

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Course secretary

Olga Krupko
Junior researcher
Palladin Institute of Biochemistry of NASU
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