NEUBIAS conference in Szeged, Hungary - registration open!



Dear NEUBIAS members and friends,

We are happy to announce that the registration for the 2nd NEUBIAS conference in Szeged, Hungary, 27th of January to 2nd of February 2018 is open.

NEUBIAS is a COST Action which brings together life-scientists, microscopists, image analysts and developers from 34 European, neighboring countries + Australia, Singapore and the USA (

NEUBIAS is a forum to exchange the newest findings, applications, and cutting-edge developments in Bioimage Analysis, machine learning, data mining, and storage. European Bioimage Analysts, an emergent group within the bioimaging analysis community, organize this event, bringing together an international, interdisciplinary community of scientists in life and computer sciences.

Peter Horvath will be hosting the conference in Szeged, which will include

  • a Training School for Early Career Investigators (applications opened til Nov.9th),
  • a Training School for Bioimage Analysts (applications opened until Nov9th),
  • a Taggathon to continue building online resources for the Bioimage Analysis Community (on invitation)
  • the Bioimage Analysis Symposium from 31st of January to the 2nd of February (registration/abstracts submissions opened now).

The symposium will highlight Keynote speeches from Gaudenz Danuser, Marleen de Bruijne, and Gene Meyers and will include talks from other 14 exciting invited speakers. Also, contributed talks will be selected from abstracts. The NEUBIAS symposium will feature our signature sessions: the Call for Help or “image clinics” session (C4H), the Open source Software Lounge (OsSL), panel discussions as well as company workshops.

For more information, please visit:

We warmly invite you to forward this email to anybody who might be interested in this conference, and to diffuse around you nationally and regionally.

We look forward to seeing you in Szeged,

on behalf of NEUBIAS, all associated events organizers and the local team in Szeged
Peter Horvath (local organizer)
and Sebastian Munck (WG1)
the NEUBIAS team.