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Online workshop for Quantitative Phase Imaging

2020.12.21 15:14

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장소 Online 
일시 Dec.23(Wed), 10:00~16:00 
연사 Prof. YongKeun Park (KAIST) and etc. 

Greeting,

 

This Wednesday (23 Dec) we will be hosting an online workshop for Quantitative Phase Imaging. We have invite 10 experts to share the latest results of label-free imaging and its applications in cell biology and medicine. We hope you will join this workshop.

The workshop will be on through Zoom webinar and there is no registration fee.

 

Workshop information (including registration link): https://bmokaist.wordpress.com/webinar/

Program:

Part I

Time (KST, GMT+9)

Speakers & Title

10:00-10:10

Prof. YongKeun Park (KAIST)

 

Opening Remark

10:10-10:50

Prof. Gabriel Popescu (UIUC)

(19:10-19:50 in IL, USA)

TBA

10:55-11:35

Prof. Yang Liu (U of Pittsburgh)

(20:55-21:25 in Pittsburg)

TBA

11:40-12:15

Prof. Renjie Zhou (U of HK)

(10:40-11:15 in HK)

Empowering Quantitative Phase Imaging with Artificial-intelligence, High-speed, and 3D-vision

 

Part II

Time (KST, GMT+9)

Speakers & Title

14:00-14:30

Prof. Changi Pack (Asan Medical Center)

 

Physico-Chemical Properties of Organelles in Live Cell Analyzed by Optical Diffraction Tomography

 

14:30-15:00

Dr. Kyoohyun Kim (Max-PIanck Institute, Germany)

 

Correlative Brillouin microscopy and optical diffraction tomography for studying biophysics and mechanics of biological samples

15:00-15:30

Prof. Sangwoo Park (Korea University, Korea)

 

Development of atherosclerosis inhibitor using 3D holotomography

14:00-14:30

Prof. Eri H. Hayakawa (Jichi Medical University, Japan)

 

Label-free holotomographic microscopy reveal cholesterol sorting occurred in Plasmodium falciparum-erythrocytes

14:30-15:00

Prof. Min Jae Lee (Seoul National University, Korea)

 

How are Ubiquitin, Proteasome, and Autophagy Intertwined?

A Case of Aggrephagy and Proteaphagy

 

15:00-15:30

Prof. Richard W. Wong (Kanazawa University, Japan)

 

Nano-imaging of nuclear pore and karyopherins dynamics in cancer cells

15:30-16:00

Dr. Sumin Lee (Tomocube, Inc.)

 

Quantitative analysis of cell volume and the dry mass in a single cell and organelles using holotomography and AI

 

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