Events

Teledyne Lumenera will be exhibiting at these events in 2019:

2019 Events

SPIE Photonics West BIOS 2019

SPIE Photonics West BIOS 2019
February 2 - 3, 2019
The Moscone Centre, San Francisco, California
Booth: 4463

 

SPIE Photonics West 2019

SPIE Photonics West 2019
February 5 - 7, 2019
The Moscone Centre, San Francisco, California
Booth: 8247

 

USCAP 2019 Annual Meeting

USCAP 2019 Annual Meeting
March 16 - 21, 2019
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbour, Maryland
Booth: 421

 

Laserworld of Photonics - Vision China

Laserworld of Photonics - Vision China
March 20 - 22, 2019
Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC), Shanghai, China
Booth: W5.5205

 

AACR 2019 Annual Meeting

AACR 2019 Annual Meeting
March 29 - April 3, 2019
Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia
Booth: 4267

 

AACR 2019 Annual Meeting

Automate 2019
April 8 - April 11, 2019
McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois
Booth: 8553

 

AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2019

AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2019
April 30 - May 2, 2019
McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois
Booth: 4426

 

ITS America Annual Meeting 2019

ITS America Annual Meeting 2019
June 4 - 7, 2019
Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC
Booth: 229

 

UKIVA 2018

UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition 2019
June 6, 2019
Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, UK

 

CAP-ACP Annual Scientific Meeting 2019

CAP-ACP Annual Meeting 2019
June 22 - 25, 2019
Sheraton on the Falls, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Booth: 308

 

Laserworld of Photonics - Germany 2019

Laserworld of Photonics - Germany 2019
June 24 - 27, 2019
Messe München, Munich, Germany
Booth: Hall A2 Booth 509

 

Vision China - Shenzhen 2019

Vision China - Shenzhen 2019
October 10 - 12, 2019
Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, Shenzhen, China

 

Neuroscience 2019

Neuroscience 2019
October 19 - 23, 2019
Chicago, Illinois

Lumenera has sponsored the following on-demand webinars:

 

Bitesize Bio: "Optocardiography: Optical Imaging of Cardiac Physiology"


Free webinar

On-Demand Webinar
Presented by: Dr. Igor Efimov


Optical mapping is a technique that is widely used to study heart rhythm disorders, as it offers a higher spatial and temporal resolution on cardiac tissue over traditional electrical mapping. Join Dr. Igor Efimov as he takes you through the steps involved for designing a real-time physiological imaging system as well as a novel, easily-reproducible panoramic imaging system. He will explain the history of optical mapping, basic principles and techniques for obtaining high-quality signals, and useful troubleshooting advice for both the beginner and experienced researcher.

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VSD Webinar: "Imaging in science and medicine: Trends, techniques, applications, components"


Free webinar

On-Demand Webinar
Presented by: Tom Brennan, President, Artemis Vision


Today, imaging in science and medicine extends beyond just the microscope. Numerous vision technologies provide benefits in scientific and medical imaging, or life sciences applications. Tom Brennan, President of Artemis Vision, will provide an overview of using vision in life sciences, including the types of components available for these applications, the opportunities that vision provides, and how these technologies are currently being deployed, and how they may be in the future. He will also discuss the latest trends and technologies enabling these applications, real life case study success stories, and the challenges that come with developing these systems.

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BitesizeBio Webinar: "Getting Correct Color from Your Camera"


Free webinar

On-Demand Webinar
Presented by: Jerry Sedgewick, Imaging and Analysis, LLC


Seeing is believing—or is it? As shown with the blue and black (or was it gold and white?) dress, correct color reproduction can be tricky. In microscopy imaging, however, color reproduction is of utmost importance. Microscopy images that contain color, such as with histology stains, must be able to be compared and analyzed. If the color reproduction is poor, then there’s a chance that important information will be overlooked.

There are a number of factors that affect color reproduction. The light source, camera type, and white balance all play a role—even the choice of monitor can affect color reproduction. These aspects all must be optimized for the particular type of microscopy imaging being performed. Here we discuss these factors and how to ensure that the image you see down the eyepiece matches what you see on the screen.

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Bitesize Bio Webinar: "What Do I Really Need From My Microscope Camera?"


Free webinarOn-Demand Webinar
Presented by: James Jonkman


If you ask any vendor which camera is the best one for your microscope, they will usually tell you that it depends on your application. But this is only a helpful response if if you are setting up a microscope for a very specific application. If you plan to use your microscope for many different applications (either in a larger labgroup or in a core facility), then you really need help choosing the best general-purpose camera that meets your budget. In this talk, I’ll build on an earlier webinar on cameras by Doug Richardson, but narrowing in on the most important considerations for choosing an all-purpose camera for your widefield microscope.


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AIA Webinar: "Vision in Life Sciences/R&D"


Free webinar
On-Demand Webinar
Presented by: Jerry Fife


In this webinar, we’ll review of some of the imaging techniques used in Life Science research and development for drug discovery and testing, diagnostic test and screening, and physiological reactions.

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On Demand Webinar: Choosing the Right Camera for Your Microscope


WebinarOn-Demand Webinar
Presented by: The Director of Imaging at the Harvard Center for Biological Imaging





In this webinar you will learn: The important properties of microscopy cameras & how to pick the right camera to get the best results for your specific application
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Click here to watch a recorded copy of the webinar