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Visit us at FOM 2019

Poster Session 2 (Tuesday, April 16, 17.50–19.05):

  • P2-A/10 Multimodal Localization Microscopy with Efficient Photon Collection – T. Gajdos, Zs. Cserteg, Sz. Szikora, J. Mihály, B. B. H. Kovács, T. Novák, M. Erdélyi (University of Szeged, Hungary)
  • P2-C/12 Quantification of DNA Double-Strand Breaks via STORM Localization Microscopy – D. Varga, H. Majoros, Zs. Újfaludi, T. Pankotai, M. Erdélyi (University of Szeged, Hungary)

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[HU] Physics Day 2017

On the Open Day of the Institute of Physics we spoke about the basics of magnification and resolution for elementary and high school students.

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[HU] Habilitation lecture

Public Lectures: Dr. Erdélyi Mikós

  • 2016. 09. 26. 12:00: Localization optical microscopy
  • 2016. 09. 26. 13:00: Elements of optical imaging

Location: SZTE TTIK Béke épület, Biofizika tanterem (6720 Szeged, Rerrich Béla tér 1. 3. emelet 310.).

SMLMS 2016 – Lausanne

We participated in the SMLM software challenge with our software. Also we developed two new 3D modalities (Astigmatic and Bi-Plane) for rainSTORM in a short time to compete in those categories as well. These are not released into the wild yet, but be patient.

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Posters:

  • P016Localization analysis with rainSTORMTamás Gajdos, József Németh, József Sinkó, Dániel Varga, Eric J. Rees, Gábor Szabó, Miklós Erdélyi
  • P039From measurement planning to the final image: software solutions for SMLM image processing – József Sinkó, Tamás Gajdos, Tibor Novák, József Németh, Eric J. Rees, Gábor Szabó, Miklós Erdélyi

The results can be found here, and our conclusion:

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ELMI2016 – Come and visit us!

We are attending the ELMI2016 Meeting in Debrecen with two posters about the tools we use daily in localization microscopy:

  • P007Localization analysis with rainSTORM – Tamás Gajdos, József Németh, József Sinkó, Dániel Varga, Eric J. Rees, Gábor Szabó, Miklós Erdélyi
  • P041Artifact analysis in localization based microscopy – Dániel Varga, József Sinkó, Tamás Gajdos, Gábor Szabó, Miklós Erdélyi

If you have any question or you seek cooperation, don’t hesitate to contact us.

[HU] Research Seminar: Multimodal optical nanoscopy

Location: Ketskeméty room, Bolyai Building 2nd floor
Date: 2016-APR-26. (Tue) 14:00

[HU] OpenUniversity – Imaging on a molecular level

On behalf of the International Year of Light program University of Szeged dedicated OpenUniversity Semester XVI to light . The presentation under the title Imaging on a molecular level can be watched here in Hungarian:

Nobel Prize in Chemistry – presentation [HU]

Dr. Miklós Erdélyi gave a presentation in Hungarian about the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

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