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S9 The Mechanobiology of Cell Growth and Shape control by Nicolas Minc
S8 Synaptic vesicle pools under the nanoscope by Frédéric Meunier
S7 Towards quantitative correlative microscopy by Lucy Collinson
S6 Metal and Graphene-Induced Energy Transfer Imaging by Jörg Enderlein
S5 Super-resolution microscopy: Challenges and Potentials in biomedical research by Christian Eggeling
S4 Force transmission at cell adhesions and the nucleus by Nicolas Borghi
S3 3D super-resolution imaging of living systems using Multifocus Microscopy and Structured Illumination Microscopy by Sara Abrahamsson
S2 How do dyes get into cells? by Luke Lavis
S1 Cytoplasmic forces functionally reorganize nuclear condensates in oocytes by Marie-Hélène Verlhac
MF1- Basics of photochemistry for fluorescent microscopy – Dominique Bourgeois
MF2 - Concepts fondamentaux sous-jacents aux techniques de microscopie de fluorescence avancées by Guillaume Dupuis
MF3 - Biology by the numbers by Gabriel Bidaux
MF4 - Deep learning basic principles by David Rousseau
M1-1 FRET by FLIM to monitor biochemical activities and protein-protein interactions by Marie Erard
M1-2 A third-generation glutamate indicator optimized for synapses by Kasper Podgorsky
M1-3 Fluorescent dyes and nanoparticles as bright probes for advanced bioimaging by Andrey Klymchenko
M1-4 Labeling strategies to visualize the inner life of microbes by single-molecule localization microscopy – a practical guide? by Ulrike Endesfelder
M1-5 Switchable organic dyes: the photophysics of STORM by Mark Bates
M1-6 Building the next generation of genetically encoded probes and actuators by Nathan Shaner
M2-1 Structured illumination microscopy (SIM) for high-speed super-resolution fluorescence imaging of living cells by Alexandra Fragola
M2-2 3D single molecule localization microscopy by Sandrine Lévêque-Fort
M2-3 Superresolution microscopy for structural cell biology by Jonas Ries
M2-4 Quantification of filament structures in superresolution and expansion microscopy by Eugene Kathruka
M2-5 From images to information: enhancing resolution and improving accuracy in SMLM by Susan Cox
M2-6 Computational microscopy by PSF engineering or how and why to ruin a perfectly good microscope by Yoav Shechtman
M3-1 Microscopy Image Analysis: The Shift to Deep Learning by Daniel Sage
M3-2 Multiscale and multimodal registration: an overview of methods by Perrine Paul-Gilloteaux
M3-3 Self-Supervised Deep Learning for Fluorescence Imaging and nD Image Viewing with Napari by Loïc Royer
M3-4 Microscopy image analysis with machine learning by Martin Weigert
M3-5 Deep Learning with Medical Images: learning with small datasets and few annotations by Diana Mateus
M3-6 Extracting the invisible from live cells microscopy by Assaf Zaritsky
M4-1 Sometimes, there IS a free lunch: How to get twice the resolution from your microscope, without (serious) drawbacks by Andrew York
M4-2 3D printing and bioprinting for the development of microenvironment and tissue models by Laurent Malaquin
M4-3 SCAPE microscopy for high-speed 3D imaging by Elizabeth Hillman
M4-4 Organ on chip, a new generation of in vitro models by Stéphanie Descroix
M4-5 Quantifying transport and efficacy of therapeutics in spheroids by Charlotte Rivière
M4-6 3D-printed minimally assembled interchangeable LSFM chamber for serial imaging of organoids and spheroids by Francesco Pampaloni
M5-1 Measuring and shaping the phase of light: key applications in biology by Pascal Berto
M5-2 X-ray coherent diffraction imaging: 3D exploration of biologically relevant hard and soft tissues by Virginie Chamard
M5-3 Imaging the brain at high spatiotemporal resolution with wavefront shaping by Na Ji
M5-4 Volumetric imaging at high speeds by Jérôme Mertz
M5-5 Gouy and Brown to the rescue: Label-free virus detection and virus-antibody interaction monitoring by common-path interferometry by Ignacio Izeddin
M5-6 Polarized microscopy resolves protein’s organization in cells by Sophie Brasselet
M6-1 Revealing spatial and kinetic details of life processes by analyzing live cell single molecule tracking data by J. Christof M. Gebhardt
M6-2 E. coli chromosome dynamics and the cell cycle by Marco Cosentino Lagomarsino
M6-3 Imaging DNA repair at the single molecule level by Judith Mine Hattab
M6-4 Investigating reaction-diffusion dynamics of proteins in the nucleus of living cells using fluorescence-based methods by Sébastien Huet
M6-5 Understanding the molecular assembly of the cell contractile machinery by François Robin
M6-6 Lighting up the central dogma in living embryos to uncover how genomic sequence encodes cell fate decisions by Jacques Bothma
M7-1 Spatial regulation of exocytosis by Stéphanie Miserey-Lenkei
M7-2 Clathrin plaques form mechanotransducing platforms by Stéphane Vassilopoulos
M7-3 Impact of physical forces of the gut on pathogen infection using organ-on-chip (OOC) by Nathalie Sauvonnet
M7-4 Mechanisms and mechanics driving composite morphogenesis by Matteo Rauzi
M7-5 Correlated super-resolution light and electron microscopy reveals a novel actin-driven mechanism of nuclear envelope rupture in starfish oocytes by Peter Lenart
M7-6 Dissecting the link between signalling and cell mechanics using optogenetics and AFM by Guillaume Charras


Hommage Jörg Langowski
Hommage Maxime Dahan
Atelier Imaging in biological scattering media by Blochet, Hofer et Moretti
Fablab 7 : Pilotages de périphériques à l’aide d’écrans tactiles programmablesm by Brice Ronsin
Fablab 5 : Comment incruster des informations mesurées en temps réel sur l’image video d’une webcam by Christian Rouviere
Fablab 3 : Comprendre et analyser le front d'onde by Marie Fournier
Fablab 2 : Initiation à l’optique de Fourier by Marie Fournier
Fablab 1 : Pilotage de périphériques sous Arduino by Brice Detailleur
MFa 1: Basics of photochemistry for fluorescence microscopy by Dominique Bourgeois
MFa 2: Concepts fondamentaux sous-jacents aux techniques de microscopie avancées by Gael Monneron
MFa 3: Mesurer et analyser la dynamique des molécules dans les cellules by Cyril Favard
S12 : Boite noire vs boite noire. Lutter contre l'opacité épistémologique by Vincent Bontems
S11 : Single molecule imaging to study transcription and genome organization by Xavier Darzacq
S10 : In vivo Multiphoton Microscopy of the Mouse Brain by Chris Xu
S9 : DNA origami tools for single-molecule biophysics by Philip Tinnefeld
S8 : The axonal cytoskeleton at the nanoscale by Christophe Leterrier
S7 : Machine learning and automation of (bio)image analysis by Anna Kreshuk
S6 : Imaging mitochondrial dynamics and functionality: from low to high throughput imaging by Marta Giacomello
S5 : Acousto-optic wavefront shaping in multiphoton microscopy to record and control neuronal activity by Stephane Dieudonné
S4 : Imaging life with the new frontiers in spatial and temporal resolution by Teng-Leong Chew
S3 : Statistical colocalisation analysis from conventionnal to super resolution microscopy : tips and tricks for molecular mapping. by Lydia Danglot
S2 : Label-free Chemical Microscopy: Unveiling hidden signatures in living systems for precision diagnosis and treatment by Ji-Xin Cheng
S1 : Engineering new colors and functions of optogenetic indicators and actuators for biological microscopy by Robert Campbell
M7-6 : Paths toward open quantitative biology with systems microscopy by Anatole Chessel
M7-5 : Machine Learning for Bioimaging by Thomas Walter
M7-4 : High throughput using biomaterials and biomimetic surfaces by Catherine Picart
M7-3 : Improving throughput and penetration depth of single molecule localization microscopy by Remi Galland
M7-2 : Organoids imaging by Nathalie Picollet
M7-1 : Single cell imaging and sequencing by Christian Conrad
M6-6 : Brillouin imaging in life sciences: from single cell to tissues by Thomas Dehoux
M6-5 : Waves manipulation for imaging in scattering media by Sylvain Gigan
M6-4 : Multi-spectral optoacoustic tomography (MSOT) by Daniel Razansky
M6-3 : 3D X-ray microscopy by absorption and phase Computerized Tomography by Françoise Peyrin
M6-2 : Nonlinear endoscopes by Hervé Rigneault
M6-1 : Non-linear microscopy in deep tissues by Benjamin Judkewitz
M5-6 : Design of NIR fluorophores: from solution to solid-state by Yann Bretonière
M5-5 : Click Chemistry for Imaging by Boris Vauzeilles
M5-4 : Insight in Fluorescent Lipid Probes, from plasma membrane to lipid droplets by Mayeul Collot
M5-3 : From concepts to practise: How to get from a specific biological research question to a robust experimental SMLM implementation! by Ulrike Endesfelder
M5-2 : Spying on cells with glowing chemical-genetic hybrids by Arnaud Gautier
M5-1 : Imaging of cell structure and activity using SOFI imaging by Peter Dedecker
M4-6 : Polymer Physics for chromosomes image Analysis by Jean-Marc Victor
M4-5 : Live-cell single molecule imaging of transcription factors: past, present and future challenges. by Davide Mazza
M4-4 : Linking nano- and meso-scale compartmentalization of the plasma membrane using high density single particle tracking tools. by Maria Garcia-Parajo
M4-3 : Elucidating the nanoscale architecture of the plasma membrane with superresolution spectroscopy by Erdinc Sezgin
M4-2 : The embryo as a laboratory by Thomas Gregor
M4-1 : First passage times, ergodicity and ageing for single-particle tracking in biological membranes by Diego Krapf
M3-6 : Mechanics of blastocyst morphogenesis by Jean-Léon Maître
M3-5 : Cortical flow aligns actin filaments to form a furrow by Anne-Cecile Reymann
M3-4 : Cortical tension participates in chromosome alignment in mouse oocytes. by Marie-Emilie Terret
M3-3 : Regulation of actin filament dynamics by proteins and mechanical stress by Antoine Jegou
M2-6 : Democratising high-quality superresolution microscopy enabled by opensource analytics in ImageJ by Ricardo Henriques
M2-5 : Accessing the third dimension in single molecule localization microscopy: challenges and implementations by Bassam Hajj
M2-4 : MoNaLISA optical nanoscopy for gentle and rapid live cell imaging by Ilaria Testa
M2-3 : Super-resolution microscopy with DNA molecule by Ralf Jungman
Christophe Zimmer
M2-1 : Super-resolution microscopy for neuroscience: new methods & applications by Valentin Nagerl
M1-6 : BigStitcher: Reconstructing highresolution image datasets of cleared and expanded samples by David Hörl
M1-5 : Driving cell self-assembly for the generation of shape-controlled organoids by Gaelle Recher
M1-4 : A framework for the study of molecularpatterns, axonal projections and neuronal activity in intact adult brains using light sheet microscopy. by Nicolas Renier
M1-3 : Principles and applications of optogenetics in neuroscience by Guillaume Dugué
M1-2 : Systemic imaging with light sheet fluorescence microscopy by Andrea Bassi
M1-1 : High resolution miniature two-photon microscopy by Liangyi Chen


S8 How statistics can help improve microscopy image analysis by Ivo F. Sbalzarini
S7 Imaging across scales using electron and light microscopy: from protein complexes to model organisms by Jan Ellenberg
Hommage Marvin Minsky & Roger Tsien
S5 Using various imaging techniques to establish a new regeneration and aging model by Eric Rottinger
S4 The Extra Microscope by Alberto Diaspro
S3 Multi-scale multi-dimensional and multi-modal analysis of cell-matrix adhesion by Benny Geiger
M7-6 : New methods to image transcription dynamics in living fly embryos by Nathalie Dostatni
M7-5 : Recent advances in fiber-optic imaging by Frederic Louradour
M7-4 : Non linear microscopy for preclinical studies of neuroinflammatory processes in living mice by Jean-Yves Tinevez
M7-3 : Non-linear microscopy for preclinical studies of neuroinflammatory processes in living mice by Franck Debardieux
M7-2 : Multiscale imaging and analysis of embryonic development by Willy Suppatto
M7-1 : Challenges and solutions to perform Single Molecule Localization Microscopy in depth within complex tissues by Remi Galland
M6-6 : Brillouin scattering of fibrous proteins and tissues. A contactless micromechanical testing by Francesca Palombo
M6-5 : Looking through 'fog': Imaging with Scattered Light by Ori Katz
M6-4 : Wavefront engineering for neuronal photoactivation by Eirini Papagiakoumou
M6-3 : Ultrasound Localization Microscopy by Olivier Couture
M6-2 : Quantitative Phase Imaging in optical microscopy for biology studies and super-resolution. by Pierre Bon
M6-1 : Photoacoustic imaging: physics, technology and applications in the life sciences by Paul Beard
M5-6 : Molecular dynamics, target-search and nuclear organization: The ins and outs of single-molecule (tracking) experiments and data analysis by Ignacio Izeddin
M5-5 : Probing the spatiotemporal kinetics of single mRNA synthesis by Antoine Coulon
M5-4 : Mapping Molecular Interactions and Transport in Living Cell via Image Correlation Methods by Paul W Wiseman
M5-3 : High Spatial-Temporal Image Correlation Technologies Reveal Single Molecular Interactions in Living Cells by Michele Digman
M5-2 : Why theory ? by François Nedelec
> M5-1 : Fluorescence Correlation and Cross-Correlation Spectroscopy for the measurement of molecular dynamics and interactions. by Thorsten Wohland
M4-6 : Monitoring the integration of cyclic nucleotides signals in neurons using biosensor imaging. by Pierre Vincent
M4-5 : An overview of the current optogenetic tools to perturb cellular processes. by Mathieu Coppey
M4-4 : Understanding and controlling specific dynamic equilibrium in adhesion structures by Olivier Destaing
M4-3 : Functional imaging and super-resolution microscopy with fluorescent proteins by Hideaki Mizuno
M4-2 : Moving proteins around with LOV by Barbara Di Ventura
M4-1 : Green Fluorescent Protein Biosensors by Olivier Griesbeck
M3-6 : Light-sheet-based whole-brain calcium imaging and its application to the dissection of functional neural circuits by Georges Debregeas
M3-5 : Functional fluorescence imaging and photoactivation in freely-behaving rodents. by Cathie Ventalon
M3-4 : The power and limitations of optogenetics in neuroscience by Adam Packer
M3-3 : A new class of genetically-encoded Ca indicators for probing the role of the endoplasmic reticulum in axons and nerve terminals by Tim Ryan
M3-2 : Controlling light flexibly: Imaging in neuroscience by Darcy Peterka
M3-1 : L’apport des techniques d’imagerie super-résolution dynamiques à la compréhension de la transmission synaptique by Daniel Choquet
M2-6 : High-throughput monitoring of cell culture by means of lensfree video microscopy by Cedric Allier et Lionel Herve
M2-5 : Coupling mechanical and optical microscopy to decipher morphogenesis in plants by Arezki Boudaoud
M2-4 : Biochemical and geometrical control of actin self-organization by Rajaa Boujemaa-Paterski
M2-3 : Reductionist approaches to understand membrane-cytoskeleton cross-talk during cell shape changes and motility in 3D by Nils Gauthier
M2-2 : Physical space negotiation in cancer cell migration: impact by 3D tissue geometry by Katarina Wolf
M2-1 : Buckling the cell membrane by Aurelien Roux
M1-6 : Advanced microscopy studies of HIV-1 dynamic structure and virus-cell interactions by Jakub Chojnacki
M1-5 : Extracting quantitative information from single-molecule localization microscopy Quantification of single-molecule localization microscopy data by Mike Heilemann
M1-4 : SIM dynamique pour l'imagerie de fluorescence super résolue de cellules vivantes by Alexandra Fragola
M1-3 : Quantification of single-molecule localization microscopy data by Jean-Baptiste Sibarita
M1-2 : Decoding Molecular Plasticity in the Dark Proteome by Edward Lemke
M1-1 : Lattice Light Sheet Microscopy: imaging molecules, cells, and embryos at high spatio-temporal resolution by Wesley Legant


M7-6 : Méthodes de recalage d'images pour l'imagerie multimodale by Grégoire Malandain
M7-5 : Studying cell mechanics during early stages of infection using Atomic Force Microscopy and correlative microscopy techniques by Frank Lafont
M7-2 :Structural imaging in cells and tissues by polarized fluorescence and nonlinear microscopy by Sophie Brasselet
M7-1 : Imaging with Coherent anti Stokes Raman Scattering (CARS) microscopy by Andreas Zumbusch
M6-5 : Elastographie : une technique de tomographie des propriétés mécaniques des tissus mous by Stefan Catheline
M6-4 : Label free micro endoscopy by Hervé Rigneault
M6-3 : Contrôle de front d'onde appliqué à l'imagerie en milieux complexes by Sylvain Gigan
M6-2 : Coupling optics and acoustics for biologial tissue sensing and imaging by Emmanuel Bossy
M6-1 : Adaptive optics for microscopy by Delphine Débarre
M5-6 : Investigating molecular interactions through the Number and Brightness approaches by Emmanuel Margeat
M5-5 : Protein interaction and transport maps of live cell nuclei using a single plane illumination microscope with fluorescence correlation spectroscopy by Jen Krieger
M5-3 : Location, location, location: the importance of space for intracellular cell biochemistry by Hugues Berry
M5-2 : Protein protein interactions at the cellular interface: Biophotonics approaches to live cell FRET measurements. by Simon Ameer-Beg
M5-1 : Mapping Molecular Interactions and Transport in Living Cell via Image Correlation Methods by Paul Wiseman
M4-6 : Application de biosenseurs FRET à l’étude de la voie AMPc/PKA dans les myocytes cardiaques by Grégoire Vandescasteele
M4-5 : Fluorescent Peptide Biosensors for probing kinase activities – a chemical toolbox for cancer diagnostics and drug discovery by May C. Morris
M4-4 : Two photon imaging of visual neural circuits in living zebrafish by Christoph Gebhardt
M4-3 : Contrôle spatiotemporel de la signalisation intracellulaire avec l’optogénétique by Mathieu Coppey
M4-2 : Sensing cellular cAMP levels by FRET: development and characterization of FRET sensors and introduction of a fast FLIM assay by Kees Jalink
M4-1 : Chemical approaches for control and analysis of biological processes by Ludovic Jullien
M3-6 : Fast in vivo imaging with light sheet microscopy by Willy Supatto
M3-5 : Mechanotransduction in the Evolutionary Emergence of Complex Organisms by Emmanuel Farge
M3-4 : Microscopies en Biologie du développement: observer, quantifier, reconstruire, modéliser. by Nadine Peyriéras
M3-3 : Approches quantitatives appliquées à la mesure des forces mécaniques générées dans l’embryon by Julien Vermot
M3-2 : Using the ascidian Phallusia mammillata embryo to illuminate cell behavior by Alex McDougall
M3-1 : Multiscale Imaging and quantification of tissue morphogenesis: from gene to forces by Yohanns Bellaïche
M2-4 : The inner dynamics of cellular structures revealed at the molecular scale by single protein tracking of photo activable fluorescent proteins (sptPALM) in living cells: applications to cell adhesion and motility by Olivier Rossier
M2-3 : Force scaling in stress fibers by Laetitia Kurzawa
M2-2 : Morphogenetic Functions of Actomyosin by Stefan Grill
M2-1 : Mechanisms and dynamics of actin dependent protrusion by Klemens Rottner
M1-6 : Optical schemes for 3D single molecule imaging: application to tracking and superresolution microscopy by Maxime Dahan
M1-5 : Quantitative single molecule super resolution microscopy of cellular structures by Mike Heilemann
M1-4 : Superresolution imaging of nuclear organisation with 3D structured illumination microscopy by Lothar Schermelleh
M1-3 : STED Microscopy: Principle, practical aspects and applications by Gael Moneron
M1-2 : Single particle imaging in living neurons by Laurent Groc
M1-1 : PALM, from the fundamentals to rapid, automated and robust imaging by Suliana Manley