May 19, 2022 All Events Others Telight info

FocalPlane features…Telight!

We are very excited to present our joint webinar together with FocalPlane! We have decided to share with biologists all the possibilities that Quantitative Phase Imaging (QPI) brings to their research. There will be a short overview of the different technologies available on the market and what they can do for you. We will focus on different types of images which you obtain through different imaging techniques and how they differ. Why do you need an image with no artifacts? Because you want to have the most precise cell segmentation possible, this and much more will be explained in the webinar.


FocalPlane is your microscopy community site, hosted by Journal of Cell Science (JCS) and encompassing all fields in the biological sciences where they meet microscopy. From conversations the JCS editorial team had with the microscopy community, it was clear there was a need for a trusted, curated and centralized online meeting place to connect people, products, resources and information relating to microscopy. The idea for FocalPlane was born.

Register for the webinar here!


Zuzana Novakova   

Is Telight’s finest application specialist with a passion for baking carrot cakes, apart from that, she is very knowledgeable about everything concerning QPI and advanced cell analysis. If you wish to find out how to look at your cells in a new unique way, or what is the best carrot cake recipe, she is the right person to go to.

Patrick McCall 

Patrick is currently residing in a prestigious Max Plank Institute in Dresden; his research is focused on determining the composition of biomolecular condensates by QPI.

Quantitative phase microscopy enables precise and efficient determination of biomolecular condensate composition

Jan Balvan

Jan is conducting his research at Masaryk University in Brno,  His focus lies in the analysis of different types of cell death, here are some of his elected articles.

The Quantitative-Phase Dynamics of Apoptosis and Lytic Cell Death

Cell segmentation methods for label-free contrast microscopy: review and comprehensive comparison

If you have any questions, about phase imaging or you would like us to incorporate a specific topic in the webinar, mail us at