MAF has a long-standing tradition of bringing together world-leading experts in fluorescence, one of the most powerful spectroscopic and imaging methods with applications ranging from materials research to life sciences.
The unrivalled versatility of fluorescence methods relies on continuous developments in (super-resolution) fluorescence microscopy, lifetime spectroscopy, imaging and probe design, but also in nanomaterials, opto-electronics, data acquisition and data processing.
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Next to method development, MAF also focuses on applications of fluorescence based methods in biosciences and material sciences. Development and applications in both bioscience and material are well-balanced in the program of the 2017 conference.
What sets MAF apart from the other meetings is it’s the strong focus on fluorescence. MAF has a loyal attendance base of 450 scientists and with our top notch scientific program we hope to have 500+ participants. The 2017 MAF meeting will be the 15th meeting in this series, showing the longstanding tradition of the MAF meeting.
The fact that 2015 Nobel laureate WE Moerner is one of invited speakers testifies for the outstanding reputation the meeting has in the field of fluorescence. Furthermore, the MAF meeting has an extended international steering committee that is very committed to safeguard the quality and the future of this conference series. Additional information can be found on the other pages of this website.