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Stakeholder meeting March 11: Bioimage analysis – open for everyone

March 11 @ 1:15 pm - 4:00 pm CET

Join us at this Stakeholder Meeting to share experiences and views on how we can work together for better science and innovation in the field of bioimage analysis.
At this first Stakeholder Meeting, we will discuss the opportunities for shaping the future of bioimage analysis between the microscope core facilities, the Alexandra Institute scientists, and the Industry.
Representatives from the three areas will present their experiences and views on how we can work together for better science and innovation in the field of bioimage analysis followed by an open discussion among all participants.

Image analysis has become a bottleneck in image-based life science. Since 2015 the field of image analysis has achieved considerable breakthroughs with artificial intelligence offering the ability to segment and track objects in images for high-level modeling.

At the same time, the Danish Imaging Core Facilities are expanding rapidly offering better image resolutions, new modalities, and automatic sampling, and life-scientists today have an unprecedented opportunity to see their world in new ways and generate enormous amounts of imaging data.

Achieving the best in both imaging and analysis is no simple task since it requires expert knowledge in life sciences, microscope hardware, artificial intelligence, and computing resource management.

The meeting is open for everyone – read more about the event, answer the survey and sign up for the stakeholder meeting at the website link below

Details

Date:
March 11
Time:
1:15 pm - 4:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://alexandra.dk/stakeholder-meeting-bioimage-analysis/

Venue

University of Copenhagen, Department of Computer Science
(location tba)

Organizer

Danish BioImaging, Center for Quantification of Imaging Data from MAX IV, and the Alexandra Institute