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« An Introduction to De Novo Genome Assembly using Galaxy | Main | BioInfoSummer 2013 - Adelaide »

Computer Vision for Accelerated Bioscience - Workshop and Challenge

This workshop aims to combine biological and computer vision research to enhance the scientific understanding of life. It will explore and showcase research efforts that apply novel Computer Vision techniques to better our understanding of natural organisms. Topics will include, but are not limited to:

  • 3D Reconstruction of Plants, Insects, or Animals
  • Microscopic Computer Vision
  • Multi-scale Computer Vision
  • Structural analysis of organisms
  • Tracking of animal motion or behaviour
  • Capturing the growth of individual organisms
  • Co-registration of optical images with volumetric scans
  • Capture of reflectance and transparency
  • New insight from existing scientific image collections and archives
  • Human-in-the-loop interfaces for classification and annotation
  • Computational photography of specimens
  • Computer Vision in harsh/outdoor environments
  • Case studies, including practical challenges faced by bioscientists

This year's workshop also includes a Computer Vision Challenge, separate to the papers submission.

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