Meets Thursday 9:00-10:00 Physics Room 1131
Instructor: Prof. Keith LidkeRoom 1140, Physics and Astronomy
OverviewThe format will be two presentations per week by different students: a 20 minute (plus questions) research report and a 20 minute (plus questions) journal paper presentation. Topics will be any aspect of fluorescence super-resolution imaging, single particle tracking, single molecule imaging or spectral imaging. We may also have a few full-hour talks by external speakers during the semester.
Registration is not required for attendance or participation.
GradingCredit for the seminar requires attendance, one research presentation and one journal presentation.
Spring Semester Schedule
|Date||Research Presentation||Paper Presentation|
"Single Molecule Monte Carlo Simulation of Nanoscale Walkers"
"Single-molecule imaging of transcription factor binding to DNA in live mammalian cells"
"Using Servos for Filter Wheel Control"
"On the Mechanism of Trolox as Antiblinking and Antibleaching Reagent"
"STMC SIM Microscope Progress"
"Discriminating between Anomalous Diffusion and Transient Behavior in Microheterogeneous Environments"
|13-Feb||BPS Prep||BPS Prep|
|20-Feb||No Class||No Class|
|27 Feb||BPS Meeting Recap||BPS Meeting Recap |
"progress on reflected beam and sequential imaging projects"
"Bayesian Detection of Intensity Changes in Single Molecule and Molecular Dynamics Trajectories"
"FceRI Signal Propagation is Regulated Through Transient Binding of Syk"
"From fixed to FRAP: measuring protein mobility and activity in living cells"
|20-Mar||Spring Break||Spring Break|
"Super Resolution Data Analysis Tools"
"Multiplexed 3D cellular super-resolution imaging with DNA-PAINT and Exchange-PAINT"
"Ultrahigh-resolution multicolor colocalization of single fluorescent probes"
"Counting Dyes on Antibodies"
"Two-photon excitation improves multifocal structured illumination microscopy in thick scattering tissue"
|17-Apr||No Class||No Class|
"Point Emitter Localization for Hyperspectral Microscopy"
"Rapid adaptive optical recovery of optimal resolution over large volumes"
|1-Mayr||Updates from Chris Valley and Sheng Liu|