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Research IT Forum - Image Processing


Image Processing Techniques and Technology

About this event

The Research-IT forum is a regular event providing updates on developments relating to research computing covering research software, computational science, data science, qualitative and quantitative analysis and the management of research outputs. It is a forum where researchers can showcase their work in an environment conducive to creative discussion

This event will explore image processing at the University of Sheffield. As well as presenting an overview of the research topic, each of our speakers will discuss their image processing techniques. This can include; image generation, image comparison, image transformations, image registration, data extraction from images, image classification or image segmentation.

You can expect talks from:

Grant Bigg, Department of Geography

Michael Sharkey, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

Steven Sourbron, Department of Infection, Immunity and Cardiovascular Disease

Suzana Silva, Department of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering

Vinh Q Vu, Solar Physics & Space Plasma Research Centre

Yimin Wang, Solar Physics & Space Plasma Research Centre

Alice Pyne, Department of Materials Science & Engineering

Nick Van Hateren, Department of Biomedical Science

Izzy Jayasinghe, Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

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