At this meetup Kevin Eliceiri (University of Wisconsin) will introduce ImageJ2, FIJI and the “ImageJ Ecosystem” as a suite of interoperable, customizable open source software tools. Christian Dietz (KNIME) will discuss KNIME Image Processing, an extension of KNIME Analytics Platform, for processing large multidimensional image datasets, and show how it seamlessly integrates with the ImageJ ecosystem.
For those who are new to KNIME Analytics Platform, Christian will give an overview of the platform and its capabilities right before the talks start at 2 PM.
This meetup is open to everyone interested in image analysis in the life sciences, KNIME Analytics Platform, KNIME Image Processing, ImageJ2 and FIJI.
- 2:00 PM "KNIME Analytics Platform - An Overview", Christian Dietz (KNIME)
- 2:50 PM "ImageJ Ecoystem", Kevin Eliceiri (University of Wisconsin)
- 3:40 PM Break with refreshments
- 4:00 PM "KNIME Image Processing - Integrative Open-Source Image Analysis in Life-Sciences", Christian Dietz (KNIME)
- 5:30 PM Networking and discussions over drinks & snacks at Big Time Brewery
This event is very kindly hosted and organized by Glen MacDonald from the Digital Microscopy Center at the University of Washington. The Digital Microscopy Center provides high quality light microscopy and software tools for image analysis to researchers at the University of Washington and the greater Seattle area. The DMC was created by the Center on Human Development and Disability and the Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center.
Where exactly is the meetup?!
In CD150 CHDD auditorium of the Early Education Unit, University of Washington, next door to the CHDD Clinical Building and the DMC. Here is a map to CD150.
Kevin Eliceiri, Director - Laboratory for Optical and Computational Imaging, University of Wisconsin ImageJ2: ImageJ for the next generation of scientific image data
Christian Dietz, Lead Developer - KNIME Image Processing, KNIME KNIME for open-source bioimage analysis: a tutorial
We look forward to seeing you in Seattle!