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Imaging & Mathematics Network Meeting - Michaelmas

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There will be two talks followed by a group discussion. Speakers for this meeting are:

Ali Dariush, PhD: An overview of open source software for scientific image analysis

As an astronomer working on medical image processing and in particular histopathology image analysis, I have to deal with various imaging data types acquired using different imaging systems e.g. microscopes, scanners etc. Such data covers a large range of modalities and depends upon the size and complexities of the data, it needs different strategies to analyse them accordingly. During my talk, I will review some of the tools I use on a daily basis to tackle such image analysis challenges. This, in particular, is very important to for creating customised pipelines and platforms in order to high-throughput analysis of large data volume while addressing specific scientific questions.

Ziqiang Huang, PhD: Cellular Pattern Recognition using Image Analysis

Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition are quite popular topics nowadays, and always interlinked. Here at CRUK -CI, we have tried a rather classical approach to differentiate cell phenotypes based on their nuclear fluorescent staining patterns. The goal of this project is to reduce or eliminate subjective judgement from the original pattern recognition task, and provide a quantitative platform that can be potentially extend, scaling up, and shaped to other applications in health research.

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