Image Processing - PhD Course – University of Copenhagen

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Image Processing - PhD Course



The course is suitable not only for beginners in image analysis with no experience, but also for those who want to extend their knowledge of basic principles and more specialised tools.

The course is mostly based on interactive lectures given by renowned scientists, where the students will perform themselves all processing and analysis tasks in parallel with the lecturers.

Course content

This course is an introduction to image processing (both light and electron microscopy images), analysis tools and basic Macro programming. The course will focus mainly on Fiji software but Cell profiler, Matlab, Amira, iMOD and iTEM will be demonstrated.

Main topics:

  • what is a digital image? How and when to perform basic image processing tasks?
  • Tools: segmentation, 2D and 3D measurements, tracking...
  • Basic Macro programming for automated image analysis with Cell profiler and Fiji.

Next course: to be announced

Preliminary programme will be available soon.
Former edition's programme

For further information please contact Ragnhild Mostert, rmostert@sund.ku.dk 
Registration: search for Image Processing in the Course catalogue