Upcoming talks November 17th about microscopic image data management and quality/information published with imaging data

This is a very short notice for upcoming interesting scientific talks at the RDM4 meeting this week. For all who are interested in microscopic image data management and quality and content of information published in journals about microscopic images

These topics are also part of the international initiative
"Quality Assessment and Reproducibility for Instruments & Images in Light Microscopy" - QUAREP-LiMi working groups 7 and 11

I would like to cordially invite you to three public online presentations as part of the German RDM4Mic/OMERO Group Zoom meeting on
17 November 2020 from 15.00h – 17.15h (CET).

Please find the topics and Zoom link to the sessions below.

Best wishes and looking forward to seeing some of you on Tuesday.

Roland Nitschke

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Program: 17.11.2020: RDM4Mic/OMERO Group Meeting - Public Session

Time 15:00 CET

Title of Talk - Topic MicroMeta.App

Presented by Caterina Strambio

Time 15:45 CET

Title of Talk - Topic Creating Clear and Informative Image-based Figures for Scientific Publications

Presented by Helena Jambor

Time 16:30-17:15

Title of Talk - Topic Material Methods Generator

Presented by Paula Monterro-Llopis, Joel Ryan|

Zoom information
Topic: RDM4Mic/OMERO Zoom Meeting - Day 2: Afternoon Session - 15.00h - 17.30h

Time: Nov 17, 2020 02:45 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

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Meeting ID: 812 9296 9822

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Change the quality of Light Microscopy Imaging and join the international initiative

"Quality Assessment and Reproducibility for Instruments & Images in Light Microscopy" - QUAREP-LiMi

further details at https://quarep.org/

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Great meeting! I think that for effective bio-image analysis, all three steps must be done by one hand; sample preparation, scanning, and image analysis. Like we do in our hands.

Dear @nitschro and all,
the link to the meeting seems not functional, but copy pasting the meeting ID and password into the zoom app works :wink: