Upcoming events

Meet LUMICKS and learn about the technology from our experts in one of the upcoming events.

Upcoming events

Meet LUMICKS and learn about the technology from our experts in one of the upcoming events.


Dynamic single-molecule workshop at Westlake University, China

27 – 28 August

Here, you will explore different single-molecule applications of our C-Trap® Correlative Optical Tweezers – Fluorescence & Label-Free Microscopy and experience the system first-hand.


Chinese Biophysics Congress

23 July – 26 July

Meet LUMICS at the 19th Chinese Biophysics Congress for a series of compelling talks and interesting exhibitions in Hebei. Find us at our booth!


Combining optical tweezers microscopy and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) to characterize protein structures

28 July

In this webinar, Prof. Jingqing Huang (HKUST) will present her novel approach to characterize the secondary structures of proteins in dilute solutions using dynamic single-molecule analysis. Join this webinar live on Wednesday, 28th July at 9.00 am (CEST) | 3.00 pm (HKT).


EBSA 2021

24 July – 28 July

The European Biophysical Societies Association (EBSA) will be hosting it's next annual conference in Vienna, Austria, to commemorate the 60th birthday of the Austrian Biophysical Society and will cover a wide variety of applications in biophysics.


Microscopy and Microanalysis 2021

31 July – 5 August

M&M 2021 will be a virtual meeting this year featuring a fantastic lineup of plenary speakers, a robust scientific program, and excellent opportunities to interact with exhibitors and colleagues.

Don't miss the talk by Dr. Jason Lin, application scientist at LUMICKS.
Title: Capturing Single Molecule Dynamics: An Advanced Microscope Combining Optical Tweezers with Fluorescence Detection Modules
Date and time: 8/3/2021, 3 – 4 p.m. EST


Multiscale Mechanochemistry & Mechanobiology

23 August – 25 August

The program will consist of invited and contributed talks and an extended poster session to provide opportunities for interacting with scientists from other disciplines. Young scientists are especially encouraged to attend. The organizers expect a lively meeting that will highlight the current state of research, as well as inspire further developments and collaborations.


CAR-TCR summit 2021

30 August – 2 September

The upcoming CAR-TCR summit will take place online, and will present disruptive CAR and TCR based cell technologies established by thought leaders. Join us and get inspired how to accelerate your research on CAR or TCR cell therapy with cell avidity analysis.


ECI 2021

1 September – 4 September

The 6th European Congress of Immunology (ECI) will be taking place virtually, where participants will have access to scientifically stimulating programs and discussions. We will bring insights into the correlation between cell binding avidity analysis and T cell efficiency. Curious to know more? Join us!


EMGS 2021

22 September – 25 September

The Environmental Mutagenesis & Genomics Society annual meeting will be virtual this year and will feature 4 guest speakers as well as numerous lectures and award cermonies.


IUPAB 2021

4 October – 8 October

Join the 20th IUPAB Congress, 45th Annual SBBf Meeting, and 50th Annual SBBq Meeting all packed into one online event! Attending will be 10 keynote speakers includng Nobel prize winners Professor Michael Levitt and Professor Richard Henderson. Note that online registration ends 24 September!


BMES 2021

6 October – 9 October

The Biomedical Engineering Society will their 2021 annual meeting in Orlando Florida but will also offer virtual event tickets.


Cell Bio 2021

1 December – 10 December

Be part of the largest virtual scientific exchange in cell biology at Cell Bio Virtual 2021, the 61st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Cell Biology (ASCB) in conjunction with the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO).


SMB Les Houches 2022

27 February – 4 March

This meeting aims to explore the dynamics and mechanics of fundamental biological processes at the single-molecule level (e.g. DNA- or RNA-protein interactions, protein-protein interactions, molecular motors, membrane biophysics, etc.). Experiments that control and probe physical parameters such as force, torque, stochasticity, and thermal fluctuations play a major role in understanding biology at this scale. New techniques that enable new assays in this field will also be presented.