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The German Bioimaging FLIM Group organizes this workshop hosted at the Core Facility Bioimaging of the Biomedical Center of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Target audience are PhD students and Postdocs from the life sciences who consider using Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) in their work.

Location: Biomedical Center, Großhaderner Straße 9, 82152 Planegg-Martinsried (directions).

Contact: Steffen Dietzel, dietzel@lmu.de

The meeting will start with lectures on Monday around noon. From Tuesday noon on, the focus will shift on hands-on sessions 2h 30 min each, using various hardware provided by companies or available in research groups or the Core Facility Bioimaging.

For speakers, topics and the schedule, please go to the program page.

Registration and Timeline

The number of participants of the workhsop is limited by the number of available hands-on session seats. A hands-on session will typically have 7 seats for participants. Each hands-on session topic will be offered 2-6 times. The maximum number of participants is planned such that each participant arithmetically can take part in at least 5 hands-on sessions.

All who apply on or before the “Early Bird” deadline, 17. December 2023 (Sunday), will be treated equally. Should on that day the number of applicants exceed the maximal number of participants, we will use the motivation abstract of the applicants to decide who will be accepted. Else, all applicants will be accepted and registration remains open until the maximal number of participants is reached. We strive to inform Early Bird applicants of the decision before the christmas break.

Hands-on session selection and distribution will be performed at a later date.

Please go to the registration page for further details.

Workshop Fee

The fee for applicants is €350 Euros. The fee does not inlclude accomodation. See the Travel page for advise on hotel rooms.

Supporting companies providing hardware:

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Supporting organizations:

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

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