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★The program of “Imaging Science” is scheduled on February 20th & 21th

Following program of "Imaging Science" is scheduled on February 20th Wed and 21th Thu.

◆Feb 20 (Wed) 
9:00-10:30 "Light microscopies for 3D and 4D observation (mainly on light-sheet microscopy)"
Shigeki Nonaka
10:30-12:00 "Basic Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging"
Kazuyoshi Murata
13:00-14:30 "Quantitative Image Analysis I" *Practice
Kazuhiro Aoki
14:30-16:00 "Quantitative Image Analysis II" *Practice
Kazuhiro Aoki

◆Feb 21 (Thu) 
9:00-10:30 " Advanced Fluorescence Microscopy-Two-photon Fluorescence Microscopy and Fluorescence Lifetime Measurements"
Hideji Murakoshi
10:30-12:00 "Bioimaging by 3D electron microscopy"
Masaki Fukunaga
13:00-14:30 "Quantitative Image Analysis III" *Practice
Kagayaki Kato
14:30-16:00 "Quantitative Image Analysis IV" *Practice
Kagayaki Kato

*Practice
 [Students who intend to take "Quantitative Image Analysis"]

 This lecture will include a practical course that is held only in Okazaki (Yamate campus, building 3, 9F Seminar room B) .
 You are required to bring a computer installed with "ImageJ". 
Sample images used for exercises and self-made plugins will be distributed on the day. I will tell you how to install them on the same day.
 For downloading / installing ImageJ itself, please refer to the following site.
 https://imagej.nih.gov/ij/download.html