BNMI event program

Bratti Hall, School of Education, University of Iceland

Bratti Hall, School of Education, University of Iceland
©Kristinn Ingvarsson

Full program

Wednesday, August 17

08:30-09:00 –  Registration

09:00-09:10 – Welcome: Eiríkur Steingrímsson and Oddmund Bakke

Cellular Imaging I Session chair: Kay Oliver Schink

09:10-09:50 – Invited speaker 1: Marcus Sauer, Wurzburg – Molecular Resolution Fluorescence Imaging.

09:50-10:10 – Short presentations: Oddmund Bakke – A new twist to regulation of endosomal maturation and sorting to the MHC antigen loading compartment.

10:10-10:30 – Short presentations: Kay Oliver Schink – Phosphoinositides in control of macropinosome formation

10:30-11:00Coffee Break and company exhibits

11:00-11:20 – Short presentations: Harald Husebye – The Rab11-family interacting protein 2 is a regulator of the NLRP3 inflammasome

11:20-11:40 – Short presentations: Steven Edwards – Imaging the membrane organisation of the Na+/K+-ATPase by expansion microscopy

11:40-11:55 – Company presentation: Abberior – Multi-colour STED imaging with abberior STAR and abberior LIVE dyes

11:55-12:10 – Company presentation: Leica

12:10-13:10 – Lunch
Cellular Imaging II Session chair: Camilo Guzman

13:10-13:50 – Invited speaker 2: Michael Sheetz (online), Texas & Singapore – Similar Stimuli Cause Apoptosis or Rejuvenation in Different Cell States.

13:50-14:10 – Short presentations: Maximilian Senftleben – Live imaging of Microtubule network with fluorescent proteins and dyes with Multifocus SIM

14:10-14:30 – Core facility presentation: Anna Lorentzen – Bioimaging Central Facility- Aarhus University

14:30-14:50 – Core facility presentation: Anna Klemm – BioImage Informatics Facility, Sweden

14:50-15:10 – Eurobioimaging: Joanna Bischof – Euro-BioImaging – Opportunities for Researchers and Core Facility Staff

15:10-15:25 – Company presentation: Zeiss

15:25-16:00 – Coffee & company exhibits

16:00-16:20 – Short presentation: Peter Hoboth – Unraveling the phospholipid identity of the gene expression compartments by the combination of quantitative multicolor super resolution microscopy, electron microscopy and biochemistry

16:20-16:40 – Core facility presentation: Clara Prats – Core Facility for Integrated Microscopy University of Copenhagen, Denmark

16:40-17:00 – Core facility presentation: Hans Blom – Advanced light microscopy unit Scilab Stockholm, Sweden

17:00-17:20 – Core facility presentation: Irena Carrasco – Biochemical Imaging Center Umeå University, Sweden

17:20-17:40 – Core facility presentation: Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez – Center for Cellular Imaging, Gothenburg University, Sweden

17:40-17:55 – Company presentation: PerkinElmer

17:55-19:00 – Welcome reception

19:00 – Free night

Thursday, August 18

Multiparameter and multimodal imaging Session chair: Jonathan Brewer

08:30-09:10 – Invited speaker 3: Lucy Collinson (online), London – Volume CLEM: Bigger, Better, Faster, More.

09:10-09:15 – Core facility presentations: Bjørnar Sporsheim – Norwegian university of science and technology, Trondheim

09:15-09:20 – Core facility presentations: Frode Skjeldal – University of Oslo – NorMIC IBV

09:20-09:40 – Core facility presentations: Sylvie Le Guyader – Multimodal imaging at the Live Cell Imaging core facility, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

09:40-10:00 – Core facility presentations: Morten Frendø Ebbesen – Danish Molecular Biomedical Imaging Center (DaMBIC)

10:00-10:30 – Coffe break and company exhibits
Image analysis Session chair: Sigríður Rut Franzdóttir

10:30-11:10 – Invited speaker 4: Carolina WählbyHow can AI help microscopy – and how can microscopy help AI?

11:10-11:30 – Short presentation: Jonathan Brewer – Simulations and analysis of MERFISH / spatial transcriptomics data

11:30-11:50 – Short presentation: Xian Hu – An Imaging Based Study on Dynamics of Major Endosome Coating Proteins during Endosome Maturation

11:50-12:20 – Company presentation: Thermo 1 – Advanced 3D image processing in Amira software

12:20-13:00 – Lunch
Single molecule imaging and core facilities Session chair: Hans Blom

13:00-13:40 – Invited speaker 5: Pétur Orri HeiðarssonVisualizing dynamic molecular events by integrating single-molecule spectroscopy and simulations

13:40-14:00 – Short presentation: Katrín Möller – Intracellular imaging of microglia in vivo reveals a role for the centrosome in neuronal engulfment

13:40-14:40 – Core facility presentations: Lina Gefors – Lund imaging facility

14:20-14:50 – Company presentation: Thermo 2 – Latest developments in CryoEM

14:50-15:05 – Company presentation: Miltenyi

15:05-15:45 – Invited speaker 6: Yannick Schwab, EMBL – CLXEM & CXEM: when X-ray and fluorescence imaging lead the way to targeted volume EM

15:45-16:05 – Science park: Hrólfur Jónsson – University of Iceland, science park and ideas about deep tech cluster

16:00-18:00 – Poster session, company exhibits and reception

19:00-21:30 – Dinner at Gamla Bio

Friday, August 19

Correlative Imaging Session chair: Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez

09:30-10:10 – Invited speaker 7: Eija Jokitalo, Helsink – Imaging Spatially or Temporally Rare Events by EM

10:10-10:15 – Core facility presentation: Ellen Skarpen – NorMIC-Oslo Univ Hospital Oslo

10:15-11:00 – Coffee and company exhibits

11:00-11:05 – Core facility presentation: Hege Avsnes – University of Bergen. MIC-Bergen

11:05-11:10 – Core facility presentation: Kenneth Bowitz Larsen – University of Tromsø. KAM- Tromsø

11:10-11:30 – Core facility presentation: Joanna Pylvänainen – Turku BioImaging, Åbo Akademi University Turku

11:30-11:50 – Short presentations: Sigurður Rúnar Guðmundsson – Visualizing Autophagosome formation with CLEM

11:50-12:10 – Short presentations: Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez – The Build project: Proof-of-Concept study for high-resolution correlative multimodal imaging of mouse brain

12:10-12:40 – EMBO Lecture: Jaques Neefjes

12:40-12:55 – Final words (Lunch package)

14:00 – Sky Lagoon

The 2022 BNMI Symposium
August 17-19. Reykjavík, Iceland

Conference address:

School of Education, University of Iceland. Stakkahlid, 105 Reykjavik.
Conference Room: Bratti Hall.