Bioimage Analysis and Artificial Intelligence

The bioimage analysis and artificial intelligence core offers two main services:

Image clinic sessions

Image clinic sessions are available on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, from 9 am to 12 pm.

PIs, researchers, postdocs and students can use these sessions to ask any question related to image processing in order to plan acquisitions, to quantify biological phenomena or to assess the validity of their workflows.

Sessions can be booked via Platform Manager (Guichet analyse d'images):  https://pfm.genouest.org/coretiles/1/1

Training

A workshop focusing on the analysis of microscopic images with open-source software Fiji/ImageJ will be held in November and December 2022. This workshop is organized as 7 sessions: i) introduction to digital images and Fiji/ImageJ, ii) image filtering, iii) image segmentation, iv) quantification, v) automatization, vi) colocalization, vii) tracking (see flyer for dates). Attendants can subscribe for one or more sessions, depending on their needs. People that want to participate must send an email to Thierry Pécot (thierry [dot] pecotatuniv-rennes1 [dot] fr) briefly describing their experience with image analysis, the sessions they want to participate to and their motivations.
 

A workshop focusing on the quantitative analysis of whole-slide images with open-source software QuPath will be organized early 2023.

 

Finally, a workshop dedicated to the use of deep learning approaches for image classification and segmentation will happen in Spring 2023.