TiM2022 – postponed to TiM2023

Albgut Altes Lager Hauptstraße 318, Münsingen, Deutschland

***** TiM2022 is cancelled ***** Due to the unpredictable pandemic situation, we sadly cancelled TiM2022. Instead, we are looking forward to TiM2023! General information "Trends in Microscopy" (TiM), the biennial conference of GerBI-GMB, alias GerBI-GMB Spring School, is an intense microscopy training camp offering hands-on workshops and scientific talks from distinguished guest speakers. The program [...]

General Assembly 2022


The GerBI-GMB 2022 general assembly will take place on Monday, March 21, 2022 from 13.30 - 16.30. The Board set the following agenda: 1. welcome and introduction 2. confirmation of the agenda 3. report of the board 4. report of the finance auditors 5. discharge of the board 6. election of the board 7. election [...]

GerBI-GMB & DFG joint online event


Unfortunately, TiM2022 cannot happen in person this year, instead we are happy to announce that GerBI-GMB, in collaboration with DFG, will bring parts of the planned DFG event to the virtual space. Novel experimental light microscopy – online Updates from the DFG Major Instrumentation Initiative Minflux Microscopy | Register here: https://t1p.de/5rjqx 23.03.2022 13:30 – 15:30 Christian Eggeling, [...]

Focus on Microscopy 2022


Unfortunately, due to the continuing Covid-19 Pandemic, the conference can not take place in Porto, Portugal. FOM2022 will be organized online from Sunday, April 10 to Wednesday, April 13, 2022. Please note that this will be in the week before Easter 2022. The online conference will follow the same format as the successful FOM2021 online [...]

Ask the Experts – AI for image analysis


Join us for a new edition of the Ask the Experts series, this time on artificial intelligence for image analysis. We are delightes to welcome our experts Anna Klemm (SciLifeLab) and Robert Haase (TU Dresden). The event is a collaboration between Max-Planck-BioImaging and GerBI-GMB. It is open to GerBI & MaxBI members, and their lab [...]

GerBI Chat – Maus Türöffner Tag


The "Maus Türöffner Tag" is a yearly event on October 3rd organised by WDR (a German broadcasting channel, https://www.wdrmaus.de/extras/tueren_auf.php5). It allows kids of all ages to explore different work places from various disciplines and industries. During the last years, the GerBI-GMB community participated actively. Multiple microscopy facilities opened their doors for the public and showed the [...]

GerBI Chat: Core facility finances in a nutshell


Core facilities (CF) at research institutions grant access to sophisticated technologies and equipment to the scientists. Shared resources, managed and supervised by dedicated experts/staff members, lead to an overall improved research infrastructure. But new challenges need to be faced to run these CF´s in a sustainable and legal fashion. Within this GerBI chat, we will [...]

International European Light Microscopy Initiative (ELMI) Meeting

ELMI 2022 is for all researchers and staff working with light microscopy as a fundamental research tool for the life sciences. The scientific program will consist of plenary lectures given by international leaders of each field, company workshops and posters. ELMI 2022 will bring together microscopy users, developers, core facility staff and industry.

GerBI-GMB Core Facility Leadership and Management Course

Schloss Mickeln Alt Himmelgeist 25, Düsseldorf, Germany

Registration is closed. The next GerBI-GMB Core Facility Leadership and Management Course together with hfp consulting will take place from June 27.-30., 2022, as an in person event. The course lasts 4 full days, included in the course fee are a 5 nights stay at the venue, to allow for arrival the day before, and [...]

Ask the Experts – FLIM


We are happy to host Cornelia Wetzker and Mariano Gonzalez Pisfil as our FLIM experts in our latest edition of Ask the Experts! The Ask the Expert series is a free online event for GerBI and MaxBI members and their colleagues, core facility staff and users, … The format is completely open and encourages questions [...]

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