Image Processing Course 2018 – University of Copenhagen

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Image Processing course 2018

This course is an introduction to image processing and analysis, with a focus on biologically relevant examples. The attendees will learn the fundamentals of image analysis including how to do basic Macro programming in Fiji (ImageJ) for automated batch analysis of images, use different software solutions for image analysis, and will be introduced to visualisation and explorative data analysis after extraction of numerical data from images.

Details

Next course: 11th- 15th of June 2018

Max number of participants: 20
Registration through the PhD school is free, but through CFIM is 2500DKK
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Requirements:

Attendees accepted for the course will before the course have to submit an image processing project, summarizing a scientific question and describing an image analysis challenge. The course program includes time to work on a personal project with advice, supervision and support from the teachers. Within one week after the course, attendees will have to submit a course report based on the outcome from their own project.

Teaching faculty:

  • Peter Bankhead
  • Chong Zhang

Assisted by:

  • Thomas Braunstein
  • Clara Prats