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Date: 01 - 06 July 2019

Venue: Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania - MAICh

Alsyllio Agrokepio, 1 Makedonias str

Chania, Crete

TOPICS to be covered

  • Optoacoustic microscopy – photons and beyond
  • Multiphoton microscopy techniques – from visible to IR
  • Diffraction limited vs. diffraction unlimited microscopy
  • Wavefront shaping microscopy – fighting diffusion
  • Coherent X ray time-resolved Nanoscopy
  • Structural Electron Microscopy
  • Correlated light electron microscopy
  • Ultrasound microscopy
  • Magnetic Particle Imaging
  • fMRI

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General TOPIM concept & past editions

TOPIM TECH is a series of high level Summer Conferences focussing each year on one hot topic in Imaging Technology.

The success of the ESMI’s winter conference in the French Alps - TOPIMannually held at the Ecole de Physique des Houches - drove the society towards the south and the warmth of the Mediterranean Sea. The idea of a correspondent summer workshop purposefully named TOPIM TECH, was realized for the first time in 2016 focussing on Multiparametric Imaging. After this first inspiring, succesful edition it has been decided to continue. In 2017 the second edition focussed on Optical Imaging, the third edition in 2018 dealt with "Big Data in Imaging Science".

TOPIM and TOPIM TECH aim at bringing scientists from various fields together and providing a “think tank” to foster new ideas and inter-disciplinary cross connections through discussions between participants. By combining expert descriptions of the most up-to-date imaging technologies and/or applications TOPIM and TOPIM TECH contribute in collectively describing the imaging approaches, categorizing them and drawing the landscape of in vivo imaging applied to a specific scientific issue.

The overall goal of both TOPIM conferences is to spend one week at an inspiring place and to provide a platform for intensive discussions and exchange of ideas between high-level international experts, senior, and junior scientists – and to tackle the crucial questions in Imaging Science.