by Peter Horvath and Sebastian Munck (WG1)
After a successful first NEUBIAS conference in Lisbon last year, we are getting set for the next edition of the NEUBIAS conference, running from 27th – 02nd Feb in Szeged Hungary. We are excited to welcome you there.
Like last year the conference consists of two training schools, one for early career Investigators, and one for Bioimage Analysts. The Analyst course is organized by Kota Miura and Jean-Yves Tinevez, and Gaby Martins organizes the early career course. Next to the training schools, there will be a taggathon to prepare a webtool resource to navigate the complex landscape of bioimage analysis tools. Perrine Paul-Gilloteaux prepares the Taggathon. Finally, there will be the Symposium from the 31st- to the 2nd of February.
We have put together a top-notch program both for the training schools, the Taggathon and for the Symposium. With our three Keynote speakers Gaudenz Danuser, Marleen de Bruijne and Gene Myers we are setting the stage for an excellent meeting, and we are delighted to cover different aspects from systems imaging to molecular modeling and medical imaging. We are looking forward to a wealth of talks and posters, both invited and selected from submitted abstracts, and hope to foster the exchange of experience and information by supporting early career researchers and by connecting Developers, Analysts, and Life Scientists. Like last year we will feature the NEUBIAS signature sessions, the OsSL (Open source Software Lounge), the Call for Help and the panel discussions, which will be organized by Florian Levet, Szymon Stoma, and Kota Miura.
If you need more information, you can find it here:
To get more involved or for more information on the organization, please do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com