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)
On the Open Day of the Institute of Physics we spoke about the basics of magnification and resolution for elementary and high school students.
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.).
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.
P016 – Localization analysis with rainSTORM – Tamás Gajdos, József Németh, József Sinkó, Dániel Varga, Eric J. Rees, Gábor Szabó, Miklós Erdélyi
P039 – From 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:
We are attending the
ELMI2016 Meeting in Debrecen with two posters about the tools we use daily in localization microscopy:
P007 – Localization analysis with rainSTORM – Tamás Gajdos, József Németh, József Sinkó, Dániel Varga, Eric J. Rees, Gábor Szabó, Miklós Erdélyi
P041 – Artifact 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.
Location: Ketskeméty room, Bolyai Building 2nd floor
Date: 2016-APR-26. (Tue) 14:00
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:
Dr. Miklós Erdélyi gave a presentation in Hungarian about the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.