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Microscopy, Histopathology and Analytics

07 - 10 April, 2024

Microscopy, Histopathology and Analytics (Microscopy)

  1. Novel Technology, Devices, Methods, Models 
    • Miniaturized devices 
    • Endoscopic devices 
    • Computational microscopy
    • Super-resolution microscopy
    • Mobile phone-based microscopy
    • Wearable microscopy
    • Multimodal microscopy
    • Multispectral and hyperspectral microscopy
    • Mutiplexed and hyperplexed imaging
    • Molecular imaging
    • Raman microscopy
    • Phase microscopy
    • Light-sheet microscopy
    • Label-free imaging
    • Fluorescence lifetime imaging
    • Photoacoustic imaging
    • Low-cost microscopy for global health settings
  2. Computational Tools / Machine Learning / Deep Learning / AI
    • Image denoising, restoration and resolution enhancement
    • Image segmentation and tracking (2D, 3D and 4D)
    • Image translation and generation (e.g., Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), Diffusion Models)
    • Content based image retrieval
    • Diagnostic, prognostic and predictive classification algorithms
    • Multimodal deep learning and fusion of multi-modal data
    • Smart microscopy methods (e.g., closed-loop alignment)
    • Data visualization/rendering, mosaicing, annotation and augmentation
    • Digital staining, digital rendering
    • Handling large and multi-dimensional data (e.g., compression, cloud computing)
    • Data anonymization and federated learning
    • FAIR data and analysis solutions
    • User-friendly open-source tools
    • Clinical testing and impact of AI models
  3. Laboratory-based, Pre-clinical, Translational and Commercial Biophotonics   
    • Diagnostic, theranostic and therapy methods
    • Quantitative approaches for pathology
    • Contrast agents, reporters, probes, molecules
    • Probe delivery and labeling methods
    • Drug delivery and measurement methods
    • Optical clearing methods
    • Tissue expansion microscopy
    • In situ hybridization, spatial transcriptomics, preservation of nucleic acids
    • Optical microscopy of organoids and engineered tissues
    • Immunological studies (tumor microenvironment, inflammation, wound healing)
    • Animal intravital microscopy
    • Human intravital microscopy
    • Bedside imaging — in vivo, ex vivo methods
    • Ex vivo digital / computational pathology
    • Translational challenges: From lab to the clinic
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