NorMIC Workshop on Microscopy Image Processing



Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo, Blindern, Oslo


22-25 October, 2019


Registration is closed

You will need to write a brief description of your current work/project/motivation. If you are a member of the research school, you can put 'Digital Life Norway Research School' in the 'Invoice information' box. Digital Life Norway Research School covers the registration fee and your travel + accommodation costs if you apply for a travel grant.

Content of the workshop

The workshop will be tailored to biologists who have been working with microscopes, but do not have much experience with image processing. The workshop consists of both theory lectures (morning), and practical sessions (afternoon). The morning lectures will be open to public, and the practical session will be restricted to workshop registrants. 

We hope that by this end of this workshop, all our participants will be able to understand the key concepts in image processing, write scripts to automate simple image processing tasks, and most importantly - as a member of the community of imaging specialists in Norway - that you will get to know the image processing specialist with whom who you can collaborate for more sophisticated algorithms in the future.

Topics to be covered

  • Image formation
  • Artifacts
  • Sampling
  • Deconvolutions
  • Filtering
  • Feature analysis
  • Segmentation
  • Tracking
  • Introduction to data mining
  • Curve fitting
  • Classification


Rainer Heintzmann, Jena, Germany
Felix Margadant, Singapore
Ping Ching Cheng, Buffalo, USA
Kay Schink, Oslo
Ingrid Kjos, Oslo
Frode Skjeldal, UiO
Linda Haugen, UiO
Xian Hu (Edna), Singapore and Oslo
Oddmund Bakke, Oslo. 


About the workshop: Edna
About the research school: Liv

    Published Oct. 12, 2020 4:00 PM - Last modified Nov. 11, 2020 4:44 PM