Приглашенные докладчики

Wolfgang Becker
Becker & Hickl GmbH, Berlin, Germany

Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging by Multi-Dimensional TCSPC: Advanced Techniques and Applications

Vsevolod Belousov
Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Russia
Thermogenetic stimulation of neurons with single-cell resolution

Michael Börsch
Jena University, Jena, Germany 
Observing the rotary motors of F oF1 -ATP synthase at work using single-molecule FRET

Alexey Bogdanov
Department of Radiology University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA
Probes and sensors for near-infrared imaging of enzymatic activity and protein-DNA interactions 

Dusan Chorvat
International Laser Center,Bratislava, Slovakia
Advanced imaging and spectroscopy of intrinsic fluorophores

Ilya Fedotov
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia 
Fiber-optic neurointerfaces for fluorescence brain imaging  

Thomas Gensch
Research Centre Jülich, Germany

Intracellular ion concentration in living cells and tissue determined by FLIM

Martin Hammer
University Jena, Germany
  Fluorescence lifetimes in the healthy and diseased retina 

Marcel Leutenneger
    Max-Plank-Institute, Germany

 Synthetic fuorophores fo GSDIM: screening and image analysis 

Konstantin Lukyanov
Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Russia
Towards high-photostability imaging of live cells

Yves Mely
      Univ. Strassbourg, France
Quantitative and high resolution fluorescence imaging techniques for investigating intracellular interactions and dynamics of HIV-1 proteins

Yoko Miura
Univ. Lübeck, Germany
Fluorescence lifetime in retinal cell pathology

 Michael Roberts
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Using multiphoton tomography with fluorescence lifetime imaging to characterize tissue morpholgy and exogeneous material transport in organs 

Dmitri Papkovksky
University Cork, Ireland
Imaging of oxygenation and cellular function in 3D tissue models by multiplexed PLIM/FLIM

Ammasi Periasami
University of Virginia, USA
Investigation of prostate cancer in live specimens using FLIM-FRET microscopy 

Ago Rinken
 Insitute of Chemistry, University of Tartu, Estonia
Fuorescence-based methods for  monitoring lgand binding kinetics to GPCR 

Alexander Savitsky 
FRC of Biotechnology, Moscow, Russia

SAASOTI as a probe for the super resolution microscopy

Claus Seidel
University Duesseldorf, Germany
Watching structure and dynamics of proteins and protein complexes by high-precision FRET in vitro and in live cells

Alexey Semyanov
Institute of Neuroscience University of Nizhny Novgorod
Cellular and subcellular optical imaging in neuroscience

Vladislav Shcheslavskiy
Becker & Hickl GmbH, Berlin, Germany
Scanning near-field optical microscopy enhanced with fluorescence lifetime imaging

Klaus Suhling
 King's College London,  London, UK
 Wide-field Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting FLIM

Ilya Turchin
Institute of Applied Physics of the RAS, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
Fluorescent small-animal imaging with genetically encoded sensors

Natalia Ugarova
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
Firefly luciferase as a probe for imaging and monitoring in living systems

Heidrun Wabnitz
PTB Berlin, Germany
In vivo time-domain diffuse optical imaging of the adult human brain 

Jerker Widengren
Karolinska Institute of Technology,  Sweden
Fluorescence fluctuation and super-resolution techniques - fundamental biomolecular studies and towards clinical diagnostics 

Elena Zagaynova
Nizhny Novgorod State Medical Academy, Russia
Tumor metabolism: fluorescence imaging with autophluorophors and genetically encoded sensors