The Biochemistry Optical Core is pleased to bring you a fantastic short course designed to help researchers become familiar with image acquisition and analysis. See below for all the details.
NIS-Elements Image Analysis Short Course
NIS-Elements is a powerful software suite that drives Nikon microscopes and enables image analysis. The Biochemistry Optical Core Nikon N-STORM and Nikon N-SIM microscopes utilize this software suite. We encourage laboratories that want to utilize the core to send students to this image analysis short course run by Nikon personnel.
Tuesday November 4th to Thursday November 6th
***Class runs from 1pm on the Tuesday the 4th through 3pm on the Thursday the 6th. Attendance all three days is preferred
Rm 2321 HFD Biochemical Sciences Building, 440 Henry Mall, Madison WI 53706
The NIS-elements training course is designed to provide hands-on image analysis experience using NIS-Elements. Participants will learn how to navigate NIS-Elements software, calibrate images, work with multi-dimensional data sets, learn manual and automated measurement analysis, be introduced to 3D object measurement and particle tracking, as well as learn how to export data and images out of Elements software.
Class is limited to 23 participates.
To reserve your spot please email firstname.lastname@example.org (include your name, PI, and reason for coming to the class)