The organisers of the 5th NEUBIAS Conference welcome you!
The 5th NEUBIAS Conference brings together the BioImage Analysis Community into a multi-faceted event, offering the 2nd edition of the Defragmentation Training School for selected trainees, that includes a 2-days Open Symposium dedicated to recent scientific developments and open tools in BioImage Analysis.
All members of academia and industry are welcome, but participants will be accepted only until all spots are filled.
Training School and Symposium are hosted by the i3S - Instituto de Investigação e Inovação em Saúde, Universidade do Porto, with the kind support from the local organiser Prof. Paula Sampaio.
Mykhailo Vladymyrov, University of Bern (Switzerland)
Heba Sailem, King's College London (United Kingdom)
Kristina Ulicna, The Alan Turing Institute (United Kingdom)
Ignacio Arganda-Carreras, University of the Basque Country (Spain)
Estibaliz Gómez de Mariscal, Gulbenkian Science Institute (Portugal)
Constantin Pape, University of Göttingen (Germany)
Aastha Mathur, EMBL Heidelberg (Germany)
Matthew Hartley, EMBL-EBI (United Kingdom)
Beatriz Serrano-Solano, EMBL Heidelberg (Germany)
Christian Tischer, EMBL Heidelberg (Germany)
Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez, University of Gothenburg (Sweden)
Lassi Paavolainen, University of Helsinki (Finland)
Bram van den Broek, The Netherlands Cancer Institute (The Netherlands)
Joel Luethi, Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (Switzerland)
Hanneke Okkenhaug, Babrahm Institute (United Kingdom)
Hugo M. Botelho, University of Lisboa (Portugal)
André Maia, Universidade do Porto (Portugal)
Paula Sampaio (i3S, Portugal), Rocco D'Antuono (The Francis Crick Institute, UK), Aastha Mathur (Euro-BioImaging ERIC), Beatriz Serrano Solano (Euro-BioImaging ERIC), Maria Azevedo (i3S, Portugal), Ana Stojiljkovic (BIA, Switzerland), Kota Miura (Bioimage Analysis & Research, Germany + Japan), and Julien Colombelli (Insitute for Research in Biomedicine, Spain)
Scientific Committee Coordinator
Scientific Committee Members
Kota Miura, Florian Levet, Elnaz Fazeli, Guillaume Witz, Stephane Rigaud, Hanneke Okkenhaug, Bram van den Broek, Anna Klemm, Maria Azevedo and Ana Stojiljkovic
Topics of the Symposium
- BioImage Data Analysis: Tools & Workflows in Life Science
- Machine Learning, Deep Learning for Image Data (AI4LIFE)
- Image Data Management and Infrastructures
- High Throughput Imaging Data Analysis
- Open Call for abstracts in topics
- Current Developments & Applications
- Object segmentation, Tracking, Atlases,
- Registration, Correlation, Fusion, Automation
- Parallelization CPU->GPU
- Infrastructures, Bioimage Analysis Facilities, Open Science, FAIR, Data Management
- Open Source Software Lounge (OsSL)
- Posters Session
- Industry TechBites
Defragmentation Training School (8 - 12 May 2023)
- For information and application see here.
- Application submission deadline: Closed
- 40 trainees will be selected for participation
- Participation in the Symposium is included for the accepted trainees
- Fee: EUR 450
Symposium (11-12 May 2023)
NEUBIAS Conference is a new series of annual international conferences organized by NEUBIAS
The NEUBIAS conference is a forum to exchange the newest findings, applications, and cutting-edge developments in Bioimage Analysis, machine learning, data mining, and storage. European Bioimage Analysts organize this event bringing together an international, interdisciplinary community of about 250 leading scientists in the life and computer sciences. The Symposium reflects the need to foster the networking between image analysis Developers and their end-users. The interest and needs for image processing in life sciences are heavily growing, a reality that is reflected by the success of earlier events of NEUBIAS in Lisbon (2017), Szeged (2018) and Luxembourg (2019), Bordeaux (2020).
The organizing committee is assembling a balanced program featuring both academic and industry presenters which will include image restoration, storage & management, 3D & 4D image analysis, tools for high content analysis, data mining, machine learning approaches and open source developments. Aside from plenary talks and abstract presentations, a "training school" for image scientists and bioimage analysts is set. The NEUBIAS symposium will also feature the latest updates on open source software tools, components, and packages, in plenary talks and during the "Open Source Software Lounge" session which has been a great success in Lisbon and Szeged, and where participants can meet developers and power users of a wide range of Open tools for bioimage analysis in hands-on demonstrations.