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TestSTORM & rainSTORM 2019 May updates

We have released the latest version (v2.1.3) of TestSTORM. Here are the changes:

  • Significant memory reduction for the simulations (should be between 2 and 4 times).
  • Performance improvement when running the simulation with large number of labels.
  • Axial position for the “Array” pattern now can be set in the GUI. It is useful for generating calibration files for the astigmatic 3D simulations.
  • Some minor fixes for v2.1.1

Also we backported a minor feature from the development branch and released rainSTORM v3.1.7. Here are the changes:

  • Backport ExportBoxTracker tool to export localization data from selected ROIs on the Super-Resolution Image.
  • Updated Auto Drift Algorithm with comments.
  • Removed the BaSDI Drift Correction button from the GUI, as the implementation wasn’t as good as expected.

Single Molecule Spectroscopy and Superresolution Imaging X

Miklós Erdélyi, József Sinkó, Tamás Gajdos and Tibor Novák – “Enhanced simulator software for image validation and interpretation for multimodal localization super-resolution fluorescence microscopy “, Proc. SPIE 10071, Single Molecule Spectroscopy and Superresolution Imaging X, 100710X (February 21, 2017); doi:10.1117/12.2250116;

Hungarian Brain Research Program

A video from the Hungarian Brain Research Program (in which we are involved) press conference. [in hungarian only]

Laboratory opening celebration

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Successful application at Campus Hungary Program

József Sinkó has had a successful grant application at Campus Hungary Program. He will cover his journey to Oslo, Norway to ELMI 2014 conference by this grant.

Pro Talentis Award

József Sinkó won FERROÉP – Pro Talentis Award. Pro Talentis Awards are founded by industrial companies for talented students.


Miklós Erdélyi was awarded a four-year Marie-Curie integration grant on Development and application of super resolution localization microscopy starting in September 2013.

Seminar at the Department of Optics and Quantum Electronics

On 6 June József Sinkó is going to hold a presentation on localization microscopy and his project plans in the framework of the Apáczai fellowship.

Introduction on the homepage of the Faculty of Science and Informatics

The AdOptIm group has been introduced at the homepage of the Faculty of Science and Informatics, University of Szeged. more…

Two winners at Campus Hungary

Róbert Kákonyi and József Sinkó will spend three weeks at the University of Cambridge (Laser Analytics Group led by Prof. C. Kaminski) this summer, thanks to their successful proposals submitted to Campus Hungary. Congratulations! more…