ECTS credits: 8 for the whole course, 5 for a shorter version
Course period: October 11- November 2 or November 30, 2016
Aim of course: This course aims at giving doctoral students from different disciplines sufficient understanding to solve basic computerized image analysis problems. The course will also offer an introduction to a number of freely available software tools (CellProfiler, ImageJ and ilastik), preparing the students to start using computerized image analysis in their own research.
Contents, study format and form of examination:
The focus of the course is on reaching a broad understanding of computerized image analysis and a basic understanding of the theory and algorithms behind the computerized image analysis methods. The course starts with basic computerized image analysis methods and computer exercises, including computerized image analysis research methodology and computerized image analysis research ethics. In the second part of the course, participants choose at least four lectures to tailor the course to match their own research interest.
The examination will be divided into:
The target group is graduate students from all subjects where computerized image analysis is (or could be) used as a research tool.
Application from course participants should be sent to Robin Strand, Robin.Strand@it.uu.se not later than October 1 2016.
Course coordinators: Robin Strand, Robin.Strand@it.uu.se and Carolina Wählby, Carolina.Wahlby@it.uu.se, Centre for Image Analysis, Division of Visual Information and Interaction, Dept. of Information Technology, Uppsala University.
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