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Image Processing for Fluorescence Microscopy

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Cutting edge microscopy techniques rely more and more on computational methods. This talk will introduce two such techniques available in Cambridge Advanced Imaging Centre (CAIC): single plane illumination microscopy (SPIM) and single molecule light microscopy (SMLM). Typical image processing and analysis steps are presented, together with challenges related to data size, scalability, data quality (especially signal-to-noise ratio) and computational complexity.

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