I am wowed at the images published recently in BioArxiv in the Zero-shot deconvolution networks paper. It will be interesting to see the peer-reviewed paper.
I would be interested in visualizing the amount of errors made by the network. A simple way to do it is to acquire a short time lapse (eg 10 images) of a fixed sample, run it through the network and see which structures are stably identified and which change from frame to frame. 🙂
Microscopy course: improve your imaging skills – from sample preparation to image analysis
Starting from next week, the Live Cell Imaging core facility at KI will run its yearly microscopy course.
All the course lectures will be broadcasted live on Zoom, free of charge and there is no need to register. On this page, you can find the course schedule (public activities are in blue) and the Zoom link to join. Scroll down to read the student testimonies! 😊
30 Jan – 17 Feb 2023
The aim for this course is to improve the microscopy skills of students and researchers who have already used a microscope to acquire digital images of fluorescent samples but feel that more knowledge could help them.
The course covers the following topics:
- Optics, image formation
- Fluorescence, fluorophores
- Anatomy of a microscope
- Objectives and refraction index
- Cameras and detectors
- Noise and background, Bit depth and saturation
- Multichannel imaging and spectral unmixing
- Resolution and contrast
- Sample preparation, Immunostaining
- Nyquist sampling
- Confocal and wide field settings
- Speed, High throughput/content
- Volume imaging, deconvolution
- Clearing and expansion
- Live cell imaging
- AI, Super Resolution microscopy
- Data handling, OMERO.figure
Hope you enjoy the Live Cell Imaging core facility microscopy course! 😃
It is time to enroll to the yearly light microscopy course run by the Live Cell imaging core facility (30 Jan – 17 Feb 2023): ‘Microscopy: improve your imaging skills – from sample preparation to image analysis’ (6 credits).
- Check the course schedule to see the course content and testimonies from alumni
- If interested, you can enrol as a student. Please read carefully the eligibility criteria and note that the last registration date is the 15th of November.
Additionally, all the lectures (in blue on the schedule) will be publicly broadcasted live on Zoom and accessible to anyone without registration. Even if you do not want to enrol as a student, you can have a look at the and listen to any lecture that triggers your interest. There is no need to register. The schedule and zoom link are on the course page.
The purpose of this course is to enable PhD students and researchers who have already and recently used a microscope to acquire images of fluorescent samples, to improve their microscopy skills.
The course is NOT aimed at training people to use the LCI facility microscopes. The focus is instead on providing the students with enough theoretical and practical knowledge about their OWN sample and their OWN microscope, to enable them to:
1) prepare their sample and formulate their scientific question in a way that is suitable for data extraction from fluorescence images
2) properly use the hardware available in their lab/facility and 3) fully understand each parameter they need to set in the software in their lab/facility.
The aim is to provide the course students with the tools to acquire on ANY wide field, confocal or light sheet microscope, images of their samples that reliably answer their scientific question.
Please help us spread the word. 😃