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Conference Dinner: TBD

Program (preliminary)

Stefan Hell: 

Cristina Flors: 

Dong Li: 

Markus Gräfe: 


Christian Franke: 

Francesca Pennacchietti: 

Philip Tinnefeld: 

Rainer Kaufmann: 

Narain Karedla:

Gail McConnell: 

Claire Deo: 

Klaus Weisshart:

MINFLUX nanoscopy and related matters

Advanced combinations of fluorescence and atomic force microscopy to study Biology at the nanoscale

Pushing the envelope of super-resolution microscopy for sustained live imaging of rapid subcellular processes

Quantum imaging – From fundamentals to applications


From centimeters to nanometers - novel tools for quantitative multi-modal imaging

Spectral multiplexing with photoswitchable probes

pMINFLUX with DNA PAINT and Graphene

Cryogenic Super-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy

Quantitative Bioimaging Across Scales

Optical mesoscopy with the Mesolens

Chemigenetic Molecular Tools for Biological Imaging

Structuring with a twist: how a Lattice pattern can improve temporal and spatial resolution in wide-field imaging


Conference Dinner

Zeiss Planetarium

Conference Dinner &  Cosmic Show

Crescent Moon

We are happy that his year's conference dinner will take place in such a wonderful location as the Zeiss Planetarium.

The Zeiss-Planetarium in Jena, Germany is the oldest continuously operating planetarium in the world and was first opened on July 18, 1926. The Zeiss-Planetarium is a projection planetarium with the capacity to not only  project he planets and fixed stars are projected onto the inner surface of a white cupola.

The Zeiss-Planetarium is owned and operated by the Ernst-Abbe-Stiftung and was  engineered by German engineer Walther Bauersfeld.

Next to the dinner, we will present a show individualized for ICON



Zeiss-Planetarium Jena
Am Planetarium 5
D-07743 Jena

Tel.: +49 (0) 36 41 – 88 54 88

More info here:

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