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Latest Advances in Multi-modal Microscopy

ZEISS

Latest Advances in Multi-modal Microscopy

September 27-28, Sala degli Affreschi

Zeiss, as microscopy technology leader, provides the unique complete imaging solution ranging from light, confocal, electron, ion and Xray modalities with a complete and straightforward correlative workflow.

In these workshops ZEISS will present an overview of different technologies, with a special focus on the 3D Imaging techniques ranging from Light Microscopy to Electron Microscopy, Ion Beam and X-Ray.

We will show through various applications from the fields of Biology and Materials how the different microscopy complements each other, adding further information to gain a deeper understanding of the scientific application


27 September



Multi-scale challenges in Material Science and Nanotechnology

How to bridge X-Ray, Light, Electron and other sources of information

09:00 - 10:30
Keynote Session on Advanced Characterization Techniques
WS.I.A - HT.I.B
Chair: Giulio LAMEDICA, Carl Zeiss Italia
WS.I.A.1
HT.I.B.1
Marco CANTONI
EPFL, ENT-R-CIME, Lausanne, Switzerland
Focused Ion Beam Nano-Tomography and 3D EDX: What can you expect and where are the limits
WS.I.A.2
HT.I.B.2
Pasqualantonio PINGUE
NEST Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa
Lithography and characterization of nanostructures by scanning electron microscopy based techniques
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:30
Microscopy methods for Material Science
WS.I.B - TT.I.A
Chair: Marco CANTONI, EPFL
WS.I.B.1
TT.I.A.1
Giulio LAMEDICA
Carl Zeiss Italia
Welcome and Introduction
WS.I.B.2
TT.I.A.2
Lars-Oliver KAUTSCHOR
Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
X-Ray Microscopy - 3D and 4D Imaging for Materials Science
WS.I.B.3
TT.I.A.3
Andrea CAVALLO
CERTEMA, Grosseto
Nanostructuration of fault rocks during an earthquake: a micro - analytical FESEM based platform to disclose chemical composition and structural attributes
WS.I.B.4
TT.I.A.4
Alessandro DI NICOLA
Carl Zeiss Italia
Optical Microscopy for Geoscience
12:30 - 14:00 Light Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
Microscopy methods for Nanotechnology and Nanofabrication
WS.I.C - TT.II.A

Chair: Luca ORTOLANI, CNR IMM
WS.I.C.1
TT.II.A.1

Lars-Oliver KAUTSCHOR
Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Extending the Frontiers of Nanotechnology - ORION NanoFab – Technique and Applications
WS.I.C.2
TT.II.A.2

Massimo CUSCUNA'
CNR NANOTEC, Lecce
Nanostructures for Photonics
WS.I.C.3
TT.II.A.3

Matthias VAUPEL
Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Comparing Confocal and Interference Contrast Microscopy in Topography, Roughness, and Film Thickness Measurement
15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:30
Free Practical Session:
3D Microscopy in Virtual Reality and Optical Microscopy

WS.I.D

3D Virtual Reality station:
explore 3-Dimensional datasets of XRM or FIBSEM acquisitions of Materials Science samples.

Light Microscopy station:
ZEISS Polarization and widefield microscopes and Imaging softwares.


28 September



Life Science
From fluorescence to nanometer-scale tomography

11:00 - 12:30
3D Correlative Microscopy in Life Science - part I
WS.I.E - TT.IV.C
Chair: Francesco BIANCARDI, Carl Zeiss Italia
WS.I.D.1
TT.IV.C.1

Giulio LAMEDICA
Carl Zeiss Italia
Welcome and Introduction
WS.I.D.2
TT.IV.C.2

Lars Oliver KAUTSCHOR
Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Applications for 3D characterization in the life sciences - Illumination correlative research using light, X-ray, and electron microscopy
WS.I.D.3
TT.IV.C.3

Giulia BOLASCO
EMBL Rome
Microglia-neurons interactions: a new nanoscale perspective
WS.I.D.4
TT.IV.C.4
Alessandro COMETTA
Carl Zeiss Italia
LSM Airyscan and Superresolution
12:30 - 14:00 Light Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
3D Correlative Microscopy in Life Science - part II
WS.I.E - TT.V.C
Chair: Giulia BOLASCO, EMBL Rome
WS.I.E.1
TT.V.C.1

Francesco BIANCARDI
Carl Zeiss Italia
Correlative Workflows in Life Science
WS.I.E.2
TT.V.C.2

Roman POLISHCHUK
TIGEM, Pozzuoli
CLEM: bridging the light and electron microscopy
WS.I.E.3
TT.V.C.3

Francesco MURA
CNIS, Sapienza University of Rome
Multiscale microscopy supporting the microbiological investigations on Bdellovibrio bacteriovorus
15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:30
Free Practical Session:
3D Microscopy in Virtual Reality and Optical Microscopy
WS.I.G

3D Virtual Reality station:
explore 3-Dimensional datasets of XRM or FIBSEM acquisitions of Materials Science samples.

Light Microscopy station:
ZEISS Polarization and widefield microscopes and Imaging softwares.


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