I2K: From Images to Knowledge with ImageJ and Friends 2020, call for tutorials

The 2020 virtual workshop “From Images to Knowledge with ImageJ and Friends (I2K)”, to be held from November 30 to December 2, will focus on in-depth interactive tutorials covering state-of-the-art open source solutions for biological image reconstruction and analysis, as well as social interaction between developers, researchers, and students.

We are super-excited to open our call for tutorials!

Have you created an exciting open-source software tool that solves difficult image analysis problems? Do you develop an open-source library that enables new kinds of visualization or large scale data processing? Are you the creator or expert user of a new machine learning method that can be useful to solve difficult analysis problems? Do you host a database to share large annotated datasets with the scientific community? Anything else that we haven’t thought about? Please apply to host an in-depth tutorial about your work at the virtual I2K 2020 workshop!

Are you burning to become a student? Mark the dates and come back on November 1 when the program will be set! Registration is free! We will match tutors and students optimizing preference, time, and a bunch of other parameters. This will be fun!

More information on the website: https://www.janelia.org/you-janelia/conferences/from-images-to-knowledge-with-imagej-friends

Let’s make the best use of this virtual format!


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