[:en]France BioImaging is organising an “BioImage Analysis OpenDesk” session on November the 29th from 9:00 to 12:30, in its different nodes and online.

What is an OpenDesk ?

During the event, users in search for answers to image processing-related questions come to a dedicated spot, within the Facility. Individual questions are processed by BioImage Analysts, on a “first come-first served basis”.

Will I really get my image processing questions answered ?

We will work on that ! Depending on the topic, local BioImage Analyst may choose from one of those three options:
1-The problem might be solved locally, quickly: you will leave the Facility with either a procedure/advices on how to analyse your data.
2-The problem might be solved locally, but requires additional time to be processed: your Facility staff will propose an appointment so that a proper solution is found.
3-The problem might not be solved locally: we will take benefit of the France BioImaging infrastructure, through its dedicated transversal node (FBI-IPDM). Your local Facility staff will introduce you to specialists in the field, using remote communication means.

I’m in ! Where and when is it taking place ?

November the 29th, from 9:00 to 12:30.
Bordeaux — Bordeaux Imaging Centre, Photonic Unit, 1st floor, Centre Broca Nouvelle-Aquitaine
Montpellier
Paris Centre
Marseille — IBDM ground Floor  Luminy
Paris Sud
Nantes — Room 2 , ground floor IRS UN 8 quai Moncousu

If you can not join physically, join on https://rendez-vous.renater.fr/ipdm

By the way, what is FBI-IPDM ?

The objective of the BioImage Informatics – Image Processing & Data Management transversal node is to create a general framework and a complete and integrated image analysis and IT (Information Technology) solution to address a number of challenges in biological imaging and microscopy, as well as setting up a high performance grid-computing infrastructure dedicated to massive computational and data storage demands. The FBI-IPDM node proposes different IT frameworks to deal with the data flow from the different imaging nodes. FBI-IPDM node is thus transverse, by definition.[:fr]France BioImaging is organizing a “BioImage Analysis OpenDesk” session on November the 29th from 9:00 to 12:30, in its different nodes and online.

What is an OpenDesk ?

During the event, users in search for answers to image processing-related questions come to a dedicated spot, within the Facility. Individual questions are processed by BioImage Analysts, on a “first come-first served basis”.

Will I really get my image processing questions answered ?

We will work on that! Depending on the topic, local BioImage Analyst may choose from one of those three options:
1-The problem might be solved locally, quickly: you will leave the Facility with either a procedure/ advice on how to analyze your data.
2-The problem might be solved locally, but requires additional time to be processed: your Facility staff will propose an appointment so that a proper solution is found.
3-The problem might not be solved locally: we will take benefit of the France BioImaging infrastructure, through its dedicated transversal node (FBI-IPDM). Your local Facility staff will introduce you to specialists in the field, using remote communication means.

I’m in ! Where and when is it taking place ?

November the 29th, from 9:00 to 12:30.
Bordeaux — Bordeaux Imaging Centre, Photonic Unit, 1st floor, Centre Broca Nouvelle-Aquitaine
Montpellier
Paris Centre
Marseille — IBDM ground Floor Luminy
Paris Sud
Nantes — Room 2, ground floor IRS UN 8 Quai Moncousu

If you can not join physically, join on https://rendez-vous.renater.fr/ipdm

By the way, what is FBI-IPDM ?

The objective of the BioImage Informatics – Image Processing & Data Management transversal node is to create a general framework and a complete and integrated image analysis and IT (Information Technology) solution to address a number of challenges in biological imaging and microscopy, as well as setting up a high performance grid-computing infrastructure dedicated to massive computational and data storage demands. The FBI-IPDM node proposes different IT frameworks to deal with the data flow from the different imaging nodes. FBI-IPDM node is thus transverse, by definition.[:]

We are pleased to announce the EMBL Master Course Bioimage Data Analysis to be held from Monday, 12 May – Friday ,16 May 2014.

This course will focus on computational methods for analyzing images of proteins, cells and tissues, to boost the learning process of participants who have an immediate need to deploy image analysis in their own research. For this the course extends from basic principles in ImageJ, Matlab and R to the actual implementation of workflows using scripting. We expect that increasing the image analysis literacy of the participants will greatly enhance their scope, creativity and achievements of own research projects. We aim to gather expert knowledge to organize a world-leading course for image analysis in the field of biology.

The course will take place in Heidelberg, Germany at the EMBL Advanced Training Centre.

Registration and motivation letter deadline is February 25, 2014.

Please visit our course website for more details, including course schedule and list of confirmed speakers:

http://www.embl.de/bias2014/

You are welcome to circulate this announcement to interested members and groups within your institution.

We look forward to welcoming you to Heidelberg, Germany.

Scientific Organisers:

Kota Miura, EMBL Heidelberg, Germany

Sébastien Tosi, Institute for Research in Biomedicine – IRB Barcelona, Spain

Perrine Paul-Gilloteaux, Institut Curie, France

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact:

Diah Yulianti

Conference Officer

European Molecular Biology Laboratory

Email: diah.yulianti@embl.de

Il reste des places pour cette formation d’analyse d’image spécialisée analyse dynamique (tracking, flux optique etc..)  du 4 au 6 décembre 2013 à Paris 7 organisée par la DR2 CNRS.

Inscriptions avant le 12 Novembre :  http://www.sg.cnrs.fr/bpc/pratique/RH/docs/PDF/F_RH_formation.pdf auprès de franck.elsherbini@dr2.cnrs.fr et olga.hodges@dr2.cnrs.fr.

Comprendre les différentes méthodes d’analyse de la dynamique en biologie et leurs paramètres

Objectifs :

– Comprendre les différentes méthodes d’analyse de la dynamique en biologie et leurs paramètres

– Savoir choisir le type d’étude dynamique la plus adaptée à la question biologique

– Savoir générer et interpréter des champs de vitesse

– Savoir générer et interpréter des trajectoires

Programme :

  • Définition des modes de dynamiques moléculaire et cellulaire et leurs caractéristiques mesurables,
  • Bases théoriques du flux optique, Création et Analyse de cartes de vitesse
  • Méthodes de post traitement basée corrélation de fluorescence (ICS-TICS-STICS-RICS)
  • Bases théoriques du suivi d’objets. Utilisation de tracking (de particule et de cellules) sous Fiji et ICY, choix des paramètres, Analyse du tracking (caractéristiques du mouvement mesurables : interprétation MSD, directionalité, temps de pause, etc…)
  • Compensation de mouvement et tracking
  • Conditions d’acquisitions (résolution spatiales et temporelles) pour l’analyse dynamique.
  • Les limites d’interprétation et les pièges.
  • Choix d’une méthode et essai par les participants sur leur problématique.

Intervenants :

Perrine Paul-Gilloteaux IR CNRS; Francois Waharte IR CNRS; Jérôme Boulanger CR CNRS; Patrick Bouthémy DR INRIA; Charles Kervrann DR INRIA

Bioimage analysis meeting in Barcelona, from 7th to 8th of October this year: EUBIAS 2013: European BioImage Analysis Symposium.

http://eubias2013.irbbarcelona.org

The Symposium aims at strengthening the image analysis community in Europe and at increasing the accessibility of image analysis tools for the community and end-users.

The 2-days Open Community Meeting (Oct. 7-8th) features an “Open Software Showcase” presentations contributed by developers, open discussions and debates, and oral and posters contributions, participation is open to everyone. This event will help you to get a concise overview of various image analysis software packages in only two days, and also to provide usage feedbacks directly to the developers.
Developers from following packages/librairies have confirmed so far and will present their current status, most recent updates and perspectives:
– ImageJ / Fiji
– ImgLib / ImageJ2
– ICY
– Ilastik, VIGRA
– OME (OMERO and Bio-Formats)
– KNIME
– CellProfiler
– BioImageXD
– CellCognition
– Mahotas
– EBImage
– Pink
– ITK /Farsight
– DIPImage

We welcome you to sign up to the BioImage Community Meeting now,
please visit the website for more details and for registration:

The Symposium also features a developers ‘Taggathon’ (Oct. 9-11th) event and a BioImage Analysis course (Oct. 9-12th) for european facilities members, please check the web for more details.

If BioImage Analysis is key to your research, do not miss this unique event to commit yourself in boosting the accessibility to BioImage Analysis tools and strengthening the community !

This event was conceptualized at the last ELMI meeting 2013 in Arcachon, is mainly sponsored by Euro-BioImaging (www.eurobioimaging.org) and OME, and by companies bridging open software. EuBIAS2013 is open to sponsor contributions and participation from the private sector. EuBIAS2013 is hosted by IRB Barcelona and is organized by many people from the University of Dundee, EMBL (Heidelberg), IRB Barcelona, CRG (Barcelona), EPFL (Lausanne), ETH (Zuerich), DZNE (Bonn), Institut Curie (Paris).


European BioImage Analysis Symposium – Barcelona 7 to12th of October
http://eubias2013.irbbarcelona.org

Organization Committee:
Jason Swedlow – University of Dundee,
Data Management and Analysis WP, Euro-BioImaging
Sébastien Tosi – IRB Barcelona – sebastien.tosi@irbbarcelona.org
Kota Miura – EMBL – kota.miura@embl.de
Julien Colombelli – IRB Barcelona – julien.colombelli@irbbarcelona.org
(tel: +34 93 4020451)

contact: eubias2013@gmail.com

 
FBI Grand

France-BioImaging Kick-Off meeting allows to gather the whole FBI community, node coordinators, associated teams, engineers and “fixed-term contracts” recruited on the FBI project, but also the main users of our facilities and collaborators.

 

One part of the meeting will consist in the presentation of up-to-date information, (governance, SAB, user access, user committee, EuroBioImaging,…) and talks of invited speakers in plenary session.

 

The other part will consist in the actualization of the Working Groups (WGs) that have in charge the coordination and management of the different Work Packages (WPs). To be efficient, WGs will work in groups of less than 20 persons to define the advancement of works already done, the ongoing projects and eventual collaborations between nodes. These WGs will work in parallel sessions and a restitution of their work will stand in plenary session.

 

Program.

 

You are very welcome to register here.

 

Do not hesitate to contact us if you need more information or any help for your reservation of accommodation in Paris.