Posters 18-19th September

POSTER SESSION – Mon 12:00 -13:30 and Tue 13:00 -14:30 (all posters displayed on both sessions)

P1: “Lipid droplets in oocytes: shedding new light on why fats are good or bad for development” Josie Bradley, Iestyn Pope, Wolfgang Langbein, Paola Borri, Karl Swann, Cardiff University

P2: “Multi-focal spot and multi-plane remote focusing two-photon microscopy for high speed imaging” Bei Li, Ee Chong, Alexander D. Corbett, Edward Mann, Tony Wilson, Martin Booth and Gil Bub, University of Oxford

P3: “Infraluciferases for dual colour far-red to near-infrared in vivo bioluminescence imaging” Amit P. Jathoul, James C. Anderson, Bruce R. Branchini, Steven Pacman, and James A. H. Murray, Cardiff University

P4: “Optimisation of multimodal CARS microscopy for the detection of isotope labelled molecules” Dale Boorman, Iestyn Pope, Wolfgang Langbein, Steve Hood, Paola Borri and Peter Watson, Cardiff University

P5: “What the sea can tell us about microwaves: separated pulsed electric (but not magnetic fields) at 2.45 GHz perturb bacterial bioluminescence, and two other biological systems” Catrin F. Williams, David Lloyd, Jonathan Lees, and Adrian Porch, Cardiff University

P6: “Light from Life: Some Mechanisms of Bioluminescence” David Lloyd, Catrin F. Williams, and Lars Folke Olsen, Cardiff University

P7: “Measuring the thickness of supported lipid bilayers with quantitative differential interference microscopy”, David Regan, Joseph Williams, George Zorinyants, Wolfgang Langbein, Paola Borri, Cardiff University

P8: “qDIC – Extracting quantitative information from Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) Images” Joseph Williams, David Regan, George Zorinyants, Wolfgang Langbein, and Paola Borri, Cardiff University

P9: “Correlative Light Electron Microscopy via Four Wave Mixing Imaging of Gold Nanoparticles” Iestyn Pope, Francesco Masia, Lukas Payne, Kenton Arkill, Wolfgang Langbein, Paul Verkade, and Paola Borri, Cardiff University

P10: “Background-Free 3D Nanometric Localisation of Plasmonic Nnoparticles Using Optical Vortices” George Zoriniants, Francesco Masia, Naya Giannakopoulou, Wolfgang Langbein, and Paola Borri, Cardiff University UK

P11: “Study of AuNPs' diffusion in 3D Agarose matrix gel” Naya Giannakopoulou, Paola Borri, Wolfgang Langbein, Cardiff University UK

P12: “Studying internalisation of bio-conjugated 20nm AuNPs in cancer cells via Correlative Four-wave mixing and confocal fluorescence microscopy” N. Giannakopoulou, P. Watson, W. Langbein, P. Borri, Cardiff University UK

P13: “Optimizing the Drude-Lorentz model for material permittivity: Method, program, and examples for metals and semiconductors” H. S. Sehmi, W. Langbein, and E. A. Muljarov, Cardiff University UK

P14: “Using Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles as Contrast Agent for Optical Microscopy” Majed Ibrahim Alqasoumi and Julian Moger, University of Exeter UK

P15: “Production and characterization of diamond nanoparticles containing custom colour centres” L. Ginés, S. Mandal and O. Williams, Cardiff University UK

P16: “Surface Modification of Nanodiamonds” Ryan Lewis, Oliver Williams, Philip Davies, Paola Borri, Cardiff University UK

P17: "Novel Plasmonic Nanoparticles for Applications in Quantitative Biosensing and Bioimaging" Yisu Wang, Wolfgang Langbein, and Paola Borri, Cardiff University UK

P18: "Unsupervised data compression and interpretation of fluorescence lifetime imaging" Francesco Masia, Camille Blakebrough-Fairbairn, Walter Dewitte, Paola Borri, Wolfgang Langbein, Cardiff University UK

P19: "Disentangling spectral diffusion and blinking from intrinsic line-shapes in single quantum dot photoluminescence by non-negative matrix factorizationFrancesco Masia, Lorenzo Scarpelli, Dafydd Harlow, Wolfgang Langbein, Cardiff University UK

P20 “The OpenFlexure Microscope: open-source automated microscopy” Richard Bowman, University of Bath UK

P21 “Simultaneous measurement of thickness and refractive index by confocal reflectometry” Alex Nahmad-Rohen, David Regan, George Zorinyants, Wolfgang Langbein and Paola Borri, Cardiff University UK