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  • 24-27 August 2021: RSOM at EMIM 2021

    24-27 August 2021: RSOM at EMIM 2021

    OPTOMICS partner TUM and its technology RSOM had a strong presence at the European Society of Molecular Imaging Meeting (EMIM) 2021 in Göttingen, Germany. There were several presentations and posters by researchers including a plenary talk about bimodal optical/optoacoustic imaging by former IBMI colleague Markus Seeger. Several posters and talks …Read More »
  • 20-25 June 2021: OPTOMICS at World of Photonics ECBO Congress

    20-25 June 2021: OPTOMICS at World of Photonics ECBO Congress

    OPTOMICS Coordinator, Vasilis Ntziachristos, gave a keynote lecture titled “The talk was titled ‘A New Era for the Optical Method” at the World of Photonics Congress, which bundles various topical conferences under one roof under the organization by Messe München International. It is a strategic and operative umbrella for various …Read More »
  • 16 June 2021: IBMI, parent organization of OPTOMICS, launches a Women’s Organization

    16 June 2021: IBMI, parent organization of OPTOMICS, launches a Women’s Organization

    The Institute for Biological and Medical Imaging (Munich Imaging) has launched a new organization called Women of IBMI, with the purpose of promoting women in science. The club will serve to provide mentors and female speakers, introduce role models, and organize networking events for our female scientists, aiming to better …Read More »
  • 8 June 2021: OPTOMICS at Zeiss Symposium

    8 June 2021: OPTOMICS at Zeiss Symposium

    OPTOMICS Coordinator, Vasilis Ntziachristos, gave a keynote lecture at the Zeiss symposium on Optics in Medicine. The symposium hosted speakers from scientific and industry backgrounds in the field of optics. More information can be found on the Zeiss Symposium website: ZEISS SymposiumRead More »
  • 10 May 2021: OPTOMICS at 8th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

    10 May 2021: OPTOMICS at 8th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference

    The 8th Helmholtz Diabetes Conference was held from May 10-12, 2021, in a virtual format. During the meeting, Prof. Eleftheria Zeggini gave the keynote lecture, titled “Next generation association studies of cardiometabolic traits,” in which she discussed the OPTOMICS project and its aims to push the boundaries of diabetes healthcare. …Read More »
  • 2 March 2021: OPTOMICS featured on FETFx cross-media communication platform

    2 March 2021: OPTOMICS featured on FETFx cross-media communication platform

    The OPTOMICS project, which is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 FET Proactive Emerging Paradigms and Communities (FETPROACT-EIC-07-2020) initiative, was featured on the FETFx website. FETFx is a cross-media communication platform designed to provide updates on FET funded projects. To read the full OPTOMICS article, click here.Read More »
  • 23 February 2021: OPTOMICS Kick-Off Meeting

    23 February 2021: OPTOMICS Kick-Off Meeting

    On February 23, 2021, the OPTOMICS partners met for the first time as a consortium. The principal investigators of each member organization of the consortium introduced themselves, their institute or enterprise, and key personnel that will be involved in the project. Furthemore, important deadlines and goals were decided and the …Read More »
  • 18 February 2021: OPTOMICS project featured on the EU Horizon 2020 website

    18 February 2021: OPTOMICS project featured on the EU Horizon 2020 website

    The European Commission Horizon 2020 website has released an editorial article about the OPTOMICS project featuring information about the project and consortium partners, and including quotes from project scientists. To read the full article on the H2020 homepage, click here.Read More »
  • 11 February 2021: Ele Zeggini gives HMGU Townhall Seminar to introduce OPTOMICS

    11 February 2021: Ele Zeggini gives HMGU Townhall Seminar to introduce OPTOMICS

    Professor Ele Zeggini (PI of partner HMGU in the OPTOMICS project) gave a presentation to introduce the OPTOMICS project at the Helmholtz Center Munich’s Townhall Meeting today. The meeting was closed to the public but was highly attended by employees of HMGU. Due to the pandemic, this event was virtual.  Read More »