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Complete calendar

You can find hereunder a list of all events that may be interesting to EMS members.

Suggestions for microscopy related events to be listed in this calendar can be sent to the EMS secretary.

Webinars are listed on a separate page

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  • LM Facility Managers Meeting 2019

    03 and 04 January 2019
    Liverpool – United Kingdom

    Aimed at people running or working in light microscopy facilities. From very humble beginnings, we have grown to a much more significant and influential community of facility managers. Numbers of attendees have grown 10 fold since the first meeting in 2006 as more and more facilities have opened. We now represent one of the best organised facility groupings in the UK if not indeed the world. Following on from previous years, you can expect to find out more on the latest developments in UK Bioimaging and how we can feed in to wider international groups that are starting up.  We will also discuss some of the basic elements (funding, impact measures) of running a core facility as well as the latest technological and application developments that effect ourselves and our users.

  • EM-UK 2019

    07 and 08 January 2019
    University of Warwick – United Kingdom

    The EM-UK community meetings are designed to be an open forum for discussion of the latest developments and challenges in the field, suitable for both academic and commercial microscopists. The meeting will include Techno Bites, talks, discussions about training, an evening meal and plenty of networking opportunities. Warwick boasts 3 separate EM facilities in Materials Science, Warwick Manufacturing Group and Life Sciences.

  • Flow Cytometry Facilities Meeting 2019

    08 and 09 January 2019
    Cambridge – United Kingdom

    This flow cytometry facilities meeting is aimed at those managing or working in flow cytometry facilities. The sessions will be varied and based around ideas such as how core facilities interact with their institution, high-throughput and high dimensional techniques for data production, software approaches to deal with high dimensional data. Presentations will be given from those working in or using core facilities and our industry colleagues. There will be ample time in the programme for discussion and networking with participants. 


  • 13th Winter Conference of the ESMI on “Imaging the Biomechanics of Life“

    13 to 18 January 2019
    Ecole de Physique in Les Houches – Les Houches – France

  • Basic course resin embedding and ultrathin sectioning

    23 to 25 January 2019
    Cell Microscopy Core, CMM-Section Cell Biology, University Medical Center Utrecht – Netherlands

    A real hands-on course for the preparation of ultrathin sections for the TEM  from start (tissue/ cultured cells) to finish (ultrathin stained resin section).

  • Basic course cryosectioning and immunogold labeling of thawed frozen sections (Tokuyasu technique)

    28 to 31 January 2019
    Cell Microscopy Core, CMM-Section Cell Biology, University Medical Center Utrecht – Netherlands

    A real hands-on course for the preparation of ultrathin frozen sections of aldehyde fixed and cryoprotected specimens for the TEM  from start (tissue/ cultured cells) to finish (immunogold labelled thawed frozen section).

  • Pier Giorgio Merli (S)TEM School in Materials Science 2018-2019 (2nd Part: Practical Course)

    04 to 08 February 2019
    CNR-IMM Bologna – Italy

    The Pier Giorgio Merli  (S)TEM School, jointly organized by SISM and CNR-IMM, has gained its 7th edition. As in previous editions, in two full weeks, following a  well tested series of theoretical and practical lessons, the School will provide students and researchers with a qualified introduction to Transmission and Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy techniques for materials science. 
    Please note that the registration to the Practical Course will be allowed only to participants that have chosen to attend also the previous Theoretical Course. For a complete description of the School content and the ways to attend the Courses please refer to the School web site:

  • High Content Imaging 2019

    12 February 2019
    University of Nottingham – United Kingdom

    High content imaging (HCI) involves automated collection and analysis of images to provide quantitative data on a range of functional and morphological changes in cells, spheroids or organoids. It has become widely used as a tool for, amongst other things, screening of drug candidates, fragments, RNAi and miR.  This meeting is aimed at introducing the power of HCI to PhD students, early career researchers and academics who are new to HCI or would like to increase their understanding of the technique. It will cover experimental requirements, image collection techniques and analysis in high content imaging, as well as example applications for this approach. Major suppliers of HCI software and analysis will also demonstrate applications and uses of their software.

  • Microscopy characterisation of organic-inorganic interfaces-2019

    07 and 08 March 2019
    Berlin – Germany

    The meeting is dedicated to microscopy of materials comprised of both organic and inorganic constituents in close proximity and is aimed at bringing togeth erexperts from both the life science and materials science communities to address this challenging and increasingly important topic. Different approaches such as the application of correlative microscopy solutions, low-voltage and cryogenic electron microscopy techniques, methods for fast acquisition and many more are discussed during the meeting in the context of studying hybrid materials
    This year’s Focus Lecture Series (second day) is dedicated to "Advances in imaging beam sensitive materials in the transmission electron microscope” and co-organized by Prof. Dr. Rafal E. Dunin-BorkowskiErnst Ruska-Centre for Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Electrons, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany. The Focus lectures will cover topics that include the use of novel imaging modes in both TEM and scanning TEM to image electron beam sensitive materials, as well as computational approaches for extracting quantitative information from both images and diffraction patterns.

  • 14th European Molecular Imaging Meeting – EMIM 2019

    19 to 22 March 2019
    Scottish Event Campus – Glasgow – United Kingdom

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