Maximize Your Camera Performance
June 20 – 9am to 5pm
June 21 – 9am to 5pm
June 22 – 9am to 12pm
Courtyard Boston Brookline
40 Webster Street, Coolidge Corner · Brookline, MA
- CCD Basics
Off to a great start with a quick fundamentals review
Learn how to evaluate and optimize a camera like a professional. Modern cameras come in a variety of formats, with a bewildering array of options. This section demonstrates how you can get the maximum performance from ANY scientific camera. Included is instruction on important parameters such as:
Signal to Noise Ratios
And much, much more…
- Off to a great start with a quick fundamentals review
- Practical CCD Evaluation Lab
Get the full story on Gain, Read Noise, Dark Current and Dynamic Range.
The best way to learn is hands-on! After understanding the concepts, you will learn to practically evaluate key camera performance parameters. Camera gain, Read Noise, Dark Current and Dynamic Range will all be measured using state of the art equipment, including the latest microscopes from Olympus, as well as the latest camera technology from Photometrics and QImaging. Concepts will also be reviewed in ways applicable to get the most out of your laboratory’s existing imaging equipment.
- Get the full story on Gain, Read Noise, Dark Current and Dynamic Range.
- EMCCD Workshop
You can quickly overcome read noise and low-light.
EMCCD technology has revolutionized sensor technology, and allows for detection and quantification of signals an order of magnitude lower than previously possible. Despite the benefits of this technology, there are also some downsides. Additionally, there are important considerations in EM camera performance parameters. During this section, you will learn about how EM cameras perform the way that they do, how to maximize the performance of any EM camera (tailored to your samples) and have the ability to analyze the performance capabilities of a variety of these cameras.
- You can quickly overcome read noise and low-light.
- Quantitative Imaging Workshop
Discover linearity, DNR and QuantView™ technology.
A picture is worth a thousand words, but data tells the story. Many scientists assume that all cameras are quantitative, and repeatable. This is not necessarily true. In this workshop, students will learn how to evaluate the quantitative performance of any CCD camera. Additionally, this knowledge will then be used to quantify samples, and ensure repeatable results. Finally, students will put the principles which they have learned together using the latest advance in scientific imaging, such as QuantView™.
- Discover linearity, DNR and QuantView™ technology.
- Imaging Applications
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
All laboratory members who use CCD and EMCCD technologies or would like to know more about how these solutions can make a positive impact in their lab, and the many benefits to their research.
$750 per person and includes lunch.
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