Nikon AX Workshop

Nikon is pleased to present its brand new generation confocal microscope series AX. The AX is a powerful and versatile tool for high-end confocal imaging. With unsurpassed 25 mm large FOV and a matching resolution of 8K x 8K it allows you to image the whole scale of biological samples. The ultra-high speed resonant scanner with 2K x 2K resolution and up to 720 fps enables you to observe fast dynamic processes at a higher temporal and spatial resolution than any other point scanner. Combined with a new user-friendly AI-based interface, the AX series is designed to enable you to acquire more data faster with an unprecedented level of user experience no matter if an beginner or an expert. Please join us and explore the capabilities of the new AX system in one of the Hands-On sessions.

This Workshop is a 2G event!


07.02. 11:30-12:15 CET
Introductory Talk

New generation AI assisted AX R Confocal Microscope: See more of your sample in high speed, high resolution and high quality

Due to COVID-19 regulations it is necessary that all attendees register for the talk. You can register by clicking February 7th in the displayed calendar. The maximum numbers of attendees allowed in the seminar room is 17. For those who were unable to get a slot and those who prefer to participate remotely we will offer remote access. For obtaining the link, please send an E-Mail to

07.02. - 09.02.2022: 13:30 - 18:30 CET

Experience the new confocal Nikon AX-R in Halle @ Core Facility Imaging (CFI) / Institute for Molecular Medicine / Charles Tanford Protein Center / Kurt Mothes Str. 3A / 06120 Halle.

Please click on one of the green dates in the calendar and choose your desired slot to make a reservation. You are invited to bring your own sample.
If you find all slots booked please contact to discuss additional options.

In case you have questions or need more information, please contact:
Dr. Niklas Senghaas
phone: +49 151 42638541)
Claudia Morgner
phone: +49 171 55100012)

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Core Facility Imaging (CFI) / Institute for Molecular Medicine
University of Halle