Image Processing New Contest: Create a Workflow, win an Image Processing Workstation

New Contest: Create a Workflow, win an Image Processing Workstation

From March 1st until June 30th ZEISS* is hosting an imaging contest on APEER  ZEISS is calling all microscopists, coding enthusiasts and software engineers in *Austria, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia for their submission of a  coding project in image processing. Take your chance in the ZEISS Imaging contest to win an Image Processing …

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Image Processing Why major German research institute Fraunhofer trusts APEER

Why major German research institute Fraunhofer trusts APEER

Established in 1949,  Fraunhofer society is one of Germany’s biggest application-focused research institutes. One of Fraunhofer society’s main goals is excellence in research. At the Fraunhofer Institute for Microstructure of Materials and Systems, Professor Ralf Wehrspohn and his highly qualified team have an interesting research challenge. The quality of toothbrushes and toothpastes is the object. While …

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Image Processing A magical formula for neuron segmentation?

A magical formula for neuron segmentation?

Making sense of your imaging data traditionally was and mostly still is a tedious process. One of the baselines of any neuroscientific research: Neuron Detection and Segmentation. Whether you are aiming to map brain structures in 3D, understand the wiring of different parts of the brain or understand the defects diseases like Alzheimer’s are causing …

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Image Processing The Pains of Scientific Image Processing

The Pains of Scientific Image Processing

Like many of you, I want my work to make a positive contribution to the well being of society. I would like to make a difference in the lives of patients suffering from diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s and diabetes –  all curable by understanding the core cellular processes. Unfortunately, many researchers waste their time trying …

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