Upcoming Image Analysis Events

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Date Title Type Topic Location
December 3-February 4 Image Processing & Analysis for Life Scientists MOOC An online course covering the basics of image analysis and processing over the course of 7 weeks. edX, Worldwide
January 31, 2019 Applications due for Quantitative Imaging: From Acquisition to Analysis @CSHL Course 2-week course on advanced quantitative fluorescence microscopy techniques taught in conjunction with computational analysis methods. Course is April 2 - 16, 2019 Cold Spring Harbor, NY
February 2-8, 2019 NEUBIAS Symposium, TS10 and TS11 Workshops & Conference Symposium and BioImage Analysis Schools (TS10 for Early Career Investigators, TS11 for BioImage Analysts) Luxembourg
February 17, 2019 SimpleITK Jupyter Notebooks: Biomedical Image Analysis in Python workshop at SPIE Medical Imaging 2019 Workshop Utilize Python-based SimpleITK Jupyter notebooks to explore and experiment with various toolkit features for collaborative development of biomedical image analysis workflows. San Diego, CA
Mar 9, 2019 Bioimage Analysis satellite symposium for Light Microscopy Australia 2019 Conference Analysis tools, methods, and use cases in research using light microscopy Brisbane, Australia
Mar 12-14, 2019 Free Biomedical Image Analysis and Visualization 3-day Course Workshop For clinical researchers and technologists with a biomedical imaging background who are interested in learning to develop image analysis and visualization solutions using open source libraries. Carrboro, NC, USA

Feel free to edit and update this thread with upcoming conferences, meetings, symposia, and workshops.


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| December 17-18, 2018 | ImageJ/Fiji introduction and macro workshops (https://www2.le.ac.uk/colleges/medbiopsych/facilities-and-services/cbs/AIF/workshops/imagej-workshops-December-2018) | Workshop | For the 15th time I will organize two 1 day workshops with a mixture of lectures and hands-on sessions. During the workshops you will get an introduction into the use of ImageJ/Fiji for digital image processing focused mostly on biological examples. I will also try to answer specific questions from participants concerning image analysis of their own data. No prior knowledge of ImageJ, Fiji or macro coding is required, only basic use of a laptop. | University of Leicester, UK.


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Thanks, @krs5 (and welcome to the forum)!

I edited the original post to include your workshop. The markdown table formatting seems to work only if you have column headers…


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Hi Jan,

Yes, it was not totally clear for me how to get this in the table. Thanks for sorting it out. Should I have done something different or can I not add something to the table myself?

Best wishes

Kees


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No worries, you didn’t do anything wrong. Two things were missing to allow you to edit the table yourself:

  • The post needed to be made a Wiki post by some forum staff (I did this by clicking the wrench image icon on the post menu, and Make Wiki). Non-moderator users can only edit their own posts and wiki posts.

  • Since you just registered to the forum (thanks!), your user level was still 0 - new user. I just increased your user level, since wiki posts can only be edited with users of level 1 - basic user and above.


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Thanks for the idea to host this table. I’ve added our MOOC, but let me know if it does not fit here, as it’s none of these – conferences, meetings, symposia, and workshops