The lecture series will take place in Karlsruhe and Heidelberg about 2 to 3 times per year and comprise a presentation, discussion and networking. Scientists in research fields adjacent to the Cluster will be invited to present their research in a talk.
It is mainly intended for PIs and early career researchers participating in the Cluster as well as interested scientists working in related research fields.
Next lecture on July 18
Dr. Venera Weinhardt
Lawrence Berkeley National Labor
"Correlated light and soft x-ray microscopy of single cells"
The diversity of living cells in size and internal complexity calls for a pool of imaging methods with adaptable spatial resolution and information content. Soft x-ray tomography is a three-dimensional imaging technique ideally suited to visualizing and quantifying the internal organization of single cells in a near-native state. As the most comprehensive view of a cell is unlikely to come from a single microscope, Dr. Weinhardt will talk on the effort to combine soft x-ray microscopy with cryogenic fluorescence microscopy to obtain physiological and morphological data that more accurately reflect the complexities of life.
The lecture will take place on July 18, 2019, 2:45 pm at the Marsilius Arkaden, Im Neuenheimer Feld 130.1, 69120 Heidelberg in the context of the HEiKA Day 2019 on which the research bridges of the Heidelberg Karlsruhe Strategic Partnership (HEiKA) traditionally provide insight into their respective cooperation projects.
Program of the second lecture
|2:20 pm||Introduction to the research bridge Functional Material (Uli Lemmer / Michael Mastalerz)|
|2:35 pm||Presentation by Uli Lemmer on FunTECH 3D|
|2:45 pm||Introduction the Cluster 3DMM2O by Joachim Wittbrodt|
|2:50 pm||Presentation by Venera Weinhardt: "Correlated light and soft x-ray microscopy of single cells"|
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