Online course: Processing and analysis of microscopic images in biomedicine
We would like to inform you that due to the current anti-pandemic rules the course "PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS OF MICROSCOPIC IMAGES IN BIOMEDICINE" will be organized in two parts.
The first part will last two days, will take place in November 23-24 and will be given online via ZOOM. The second part will last three days, will be organized in standard attendance mode as soon as the pandemic situation allows, hopefully, during spring.
due to the current coronavirus situation, we decided to postpone the course Processing and Analysis of Microscopic Images in Biomedicine to November 23 - 27, 2020. The existing registrations will remain valid for the postponed date.
The 5-day intense course intended for Ph.D. students and early-stage researchers will provide participants with knowledge on image data processing and analysis. No previous knowledge is expected, the course will lead you step by step through the basis of microscopy data processing (e.g. what is an image, how it is created and processed to get the most of it), modern methods of image reconstruction and stereology. Apart from theoretical background, the emphasis is put on practical experience, the participants will learn how to use free software package Fiji for basic or more advanced analyses, how to evaluate co-localizations, analyse data from FRAP and electron microscopy data, how to track particles in images or segment objects. They will learn how to improve data by deconvolution in Huygens software. We will also have a lesson with Imaris together with practical exercises.