We are happy to announce the 2017 edition of the mini-symposium on Bioimage Informatics, organized by the GdR ImaBio and France Bioimaging.
It will take place this June 27th in Rennes, France, from 9AM to 10PM.
Program (updated June 21st):
9am – 10.30am: Big Data & Machine learning
- Sébastien Collin, “Quantitative 3D-Imaging for Cell Biology and Ecology of Environmental Microbial Eukaryotes”
- Peter Naylor, “Nuclei segmentation in Histopathology Images Using Deep Neural Networks”
- Vedran Vukotić, “Deep neural architectures for automatic representation learning from multimedia multimodal data“
- Emmanuel Moebel, “Exploring cellular landscapes with deep learning”
11am – 12.30pm: Multi-scale approaches & Biophysics
- Perrine Paul-Gilloteaux, “Analysis methods and software for correlative microscopies and multiscale imaging”
- Yann le Cunff, “Inferring biophysics of cell division from centrosome trajectories”
- Stefano Zapperi, “Bursts of activity in collective cell migration”
12.30 – 1.45pm: Lunch break
1.45 – 2pm: Presentation of the GdR ImaBio & FranceBioImaging
2pm – 4pm: Single Molecule techniques
- Jean Baptiste Sibarita, “Quantitative multicolors single-molecule localization microscopy”
- Denis Fortun, “Multichannel reconstruction from multiple particles to localize proteins in 3D fluorescence microscopy with isotropic resolution”
- Mohamed El Beheiry, “Mapping of Single-Molecule Dynamics : Where we’re at and where we’re going”
- Frederic Lavancier, “A fast automatic colocalization method for 3D live cell and super-resolution microscopy”
4 – 4.30pm: Coffee break
4.30 – 6pm: Imaging and modelling
- Mathieu Pinot, “Role of mechanical tensile forces on cell fate acquisition”
- Sylvain Cussat-Blanc, “In-silico therapeutic optimization in multicellular tumor spheroids”
This year’s edition will also feature an Happy
Hour Poster session in the evening (7-10PM). Posters will have to be introduced by their presenters in the form of a short (~2-minute) oral presentation prior to the session. You also have the possibility to come and showcase your latest bioimage analysis algorithm/software in an open and friendly atmosphere.
The event will take place at the INRIA, Rennes campus. The full address is:
INRIA Rennes – SERPICO Team
Campus de Beaulieu
35042 Rennes Cedex France
Transport and logistics information are available here: https://www.inria.fr/centre/rennes/presentation/infos-pratiques
- Jérôme Boulanger (Institut Curie / CNRS UMR 144)
- Alexandre Dufour (Institut Pasteur / CNRS UMR 3691)
- Charles Kervrann (INRIA Rennes)
- Thomas Walter (Mines ParisTech / Institut Curie / INSERM U900)
- Pierre Weiss (ITAV USR 3505 / IMT UMR 5219 / University Paul Sabatier)
Registration is free but mandatory. Last few seats remaining, registration closing soon!
NB: The number of seats is limited to 60, therefore registrations may close earlier.