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SRRF-Stream workshop for super-resolved imaging

BioDIP Workshop

Speaker: Alan Mullen (ANDOR)
Location: CRTD, auditorium left

SRRF-Stream workshop for super-resolved imaging

SRRF (Super-Resolution Radial Fluctuations) is an analytical approach which enables super-resolution imaging with conventional fluorophores such as GFP. Importantly, SRRF does not require high laser intensities and can therefore be used for imaging living, dynamic systems. The company ANDOR offers 'SRRF-Stream', a new real time super-resolution microscopy functionality that operates exclusively on Andor's iXon EMCCD and the new Sona back-illuminated sCMOS cameras.

The workshop begins with an introductory talk on Tuesday, while hands-on sessions take place on Wednesday at the Dragonfly High Speed Spinning Disk Microscope.

If you are interested in testing the system please contact Isabel (isabel.raabe(at)tu-dresden.de).

Tuesday, 15.1.
Talk: Andor 'SRRF-Stream' Real Time Super-Resolution for all!
Alan Mullen (ANDOR)
Time: 2 pm
Place: CRTD, left auditorium

Wednesday, 16.1.
9:00 - 12:30 Hands-on
13:30 - 17:00 Hands-on

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