Welcome to the first meeting of the Bridging Nordic Microscopy Infrastructures (BNMI) network that will take place at the University of Iceland in Reykjavík, Iceland August 17-19 2022.
The BNMI network is a collaboration between Nordic imaging infrastructures that aims to enhance interactions between the different infrastructures and countries, increase visibility of the available infrastructures and create interactive networks in life science imaging.
We have an exciting program with sessions on topics including cellular trafficking, super-resolution and single molecule tracking, multiparameter and multimodal imaging, corrleative imaging and image analysis.
We have invited a panel of distinguished speakers including Carolina Wählby, Jacques Neefjes, Eija Jokitalo, Yannick Schwab, Marcus Sauer, Michael Sheetz and Pétur Orri Heiðarsson.
The aim of the meeting is to bring together scientists who develop or utilize biological imaging methods, the Nordic imaging core facilities and representatives of industry to discuss projects and present the latest imaging technologies and processing methods.
This event focuses on the use and development of imaging in life science research in the Nordic countries. Current research will be discussed, novel technologies presented, and the available Nordic infrastructures showcased. Participants will connect with fellow scientists, thus expanding their networks.
There are three different pricing options for attending the 2022 BNMI symposium in Iceland. Each price option includes the attendance fee, any coffee and meals during the day, drinks during the Networking & Poster Session and the joint dinner on August 18. The price here does not include meals on your night off. Find more information about that on our registration site.
- Students: 12000 ISK (~85 EUR)
- Academic: 23000 ISK (~160 EUR)
- Industry: 38000 ISK (~ 270 EUR)
- Abstract submission deadline: June 1, 2022
- Notice of acceptance (speakers/posters): June 10, 2022
- Conference: August 17-19 – 2022
The BNMI 2022 symposion takes place at the School of Education, University of Iceland. The building is located at Stakkahlid, 105 Reykjavik. The conference hall name is Bratti.