BIO-695 / 2 credits
Remark: This course is open to max. 16 students. To register, contact EDMS program administrator.
Registration details will be announced via email. It takes place from September to December & intends to teach image processing with a strong emphasis of applications in life sciences. The idea is to enable the participants to solve image processing questions via workflows independently.
Over the last decades, the images arising from microscopes in Life Sciences went from being a qualitative support of scientific evidence to a quantitative resource.
To obtain good quality data from digital images, be it from a photograph of a Western blot, a TEM slice or a multi-channel confocal time-lapse stack, scientists must understand the underlying processes leading to the extracted information. Of similar importance is the software used to obtain the data.
Biology, Image Processing, Microscopy, ImageJ, FIJI, Macros, Data, Segmentation,
Filtering Visualisation Open so
In the programs
- Exam form: Written & Oral (session free)
- Subject examined: Image Processing for Life Science
- Lecture: 14 Hour(s)
- Exercises: 28 Hour(s)