עיבוד תמונות במיקרוסקופיה
Image Processing in Microscopy
Microscopy is a fundamental part of all biological research. Modern microscopy techniques produce large volumes of data (images) -- GB to TB (terrabytes).
The bottleneck of many research projects is the ability to process these images.
My lab works on a variety of projects (both biological and materials projects) in which image processing is critical to the success of the research. The topics range from soybean production to studies related to the big bang. I am looking for at least two talented pairs of students to develop image processing workflows for these projects.
Ability to program in Python or Java is desirable.
A willingness to learn new material and work independently and hard is absolutely required.
The following link points to a tutorial lecture on image processing.
The following link points to excellent (free) books on image processing and ImageJ (the image processing tool that I use)
The following link points to an introduction to Python in the ImageJ environment: