We are happy to announce the 3rd edition of the annual symposium on Bioimage Informatics, organized by the GdR 2588 (Functional Microscopy of living organisms) and supported this year by France Bioimaging.
UPDATE: Registration is now closed. See you all on the 23rd!
This third edition of the event will feature two sessions covering rapidly developing topics of Bioimage Informatics:
- Computational Imaging (Nov. 23rd): this session aims at gathering the computational and physical approaches that support imaging methods. This includes talks on inverse problems, compressed sensing, source separation and super-resolution. Presented applications will include many different imaging techniques including confocal microscopy, super resolution microscopy, Optical Projection Tomography, TIRF microscopy.
- Computational Phenotyping (Nov. 24th): this session focuses on the automatic analysis of imaging data to derive biological information across different scales. This involves techniques for image segmentation and quantification, machine learning and statistics. Applications will cover different scales of organization (from cells to organisms) and will include examples from High Content Screening, plant phenotyping and spatial transcriptomics.
Additionally, this year’s edition will feature an interactive Poster/Demo session on Nov. 23rd (after the oral session). Posters will have to be introduced by their presenters in the form of a short (~2-minute) oral presentation prior to the session. Demos are dedicated to participants who wish to showcase some software or (small-sized) equipment linked to the topics of the workshop, where a poster format might be less adapted. We therefore warmly invite all participants to come and showcase their work!
The detailed programme can be accessed via the following link: Programme
This workshop will be held at the Institut Pasteur of Paris (Amphitheater Jacques Monod) on the 23rd and 24th of November, 2015. The Institut Pasteur is located 25, rue du Docteur Roux, Paris 15, and is reachable using Paris Metro lines 6, 12 (station: Pasteur) or Paris Bus line 95 (bus stop: Institut Pasteur).
NB: As per Vigipirate security measures, non-registered members will not be allowed to enter the campus. Registered members will have to bring a valid ID to enter.
- Jérôme Boulanger (Institut Curie / CNRS UMR 144)
- Alexandre Dufour (Institut Pasteur / CNRS UMR 3691)
- Thomas Walter (Mines ParisTech / Institut Curie / INSERM U900)
- Pierre Weiss (ITAV USR 3505 / IMT UMR 5219 / University Paul Sabatier)
List of speakers
- Rainer Heintzmann (University of Jena, Germany)
- Musa Mhlanga (CSIR Biosciences, Pretoria, South Africa)
Marc Allain, Philippe Andrey, Nico Battich, Jérôme Boulanger, Sandrine Leveque Fort, Grégoire Malandain, Raphael Marée, Laurent Mugnier, Florian Müller, Stephan Preibisch, Thierry Pécot, Olaf Ronneberger, Arnaud Royon, Gaël Varoquaux, Pierre Weiss.