Digital image analysis for scientific applications, 8 ECTS
This Uppsala Univeristy course will give a broad understanding of computerized image analysis and a basic understanding of theory and algorithms behind the computerized image analysis methods. Apply before September 1st
PhD student course in Cellular Imaging - 3 ECTS
Arranged by the NMI Centre for Cellular Imaging at the University of Gothenburg. The course will deal with different aspects of modern cellular and molecular microscopy. Gothenburg, Spring 2019
From Images to Knowledge with ImageJ & Friends (I2K) – EMBL 6 - 8 Dec 2018
I2K brings together the developers and users of state-of-the-art open source solutions for biological image analysis. It will be a forum for discussing forward looking strategies for dealing with the ever increasing flood of large and content rich microscopy imagery.
Introduction course in Image analysis for Life sciences
PhD course in basic Image Analysis arranged by the CCI and powered by NEUBIAS trainers. Course dates are 17-20 September, 2018. The course provides a introduction to image processing and analysis, with emphasis on biologically relevant examples.
Demo Rescan Confocal Microscope
On november 20-22 you can get a demo of high resolution confocal imaging with the Rescan Confocal microscope at the NMI node at Science for Life Lab in Stockholm.
ELMI 2019 - Czech Republic, June 4-7
The ELMI establishes a unique network between scientists working in the field of light microscopy and their manufacturers. Its aim is to promote the quickly developing field of light microscopy as a fundamental research tool for the life sciences and to strengthen the channels of communication between researchers and industry.
The 3rd NEUBIAS Conference - Luxembourg 2 - 8 February 2019
The conference offers two parallel Training Schools for selected ECI and Advanced Analysts and a Working Meeting (Taggathon), which precede a Large Symposium dedicated to recent Scientific Developments and Open Tools in BioImage Analysis
National Microscopy Infrastructure
NMI is a Swedish infrastructure for the use and support of advanced microscopy in life science. NMI is supported from the Swedish Research Council and cofinanced from the participating Universities, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm University, Umeå University and University of Gothenburg.
The mission of NMI is to provide faster access to innovative technology and competence in microscopy for the life science research community. NMI will also coordinate national and international knowledge exchange in microscopy.
Framtidens Forskning - published a very nice feature on CCI and interview with head of facility Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez.
Read the entire article at Framtidens Forskning
Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez head of the NMI node at Gothenburg University is now a member of the SCANDEM, Nordic Microscopy Society, board