First EuBIAS-QBI Joint Event
EuBIAS, an Open Community Meeting
EuBIAS 2015, January 5-6, Institut Curie in Paris, France.
The European BioIMage Analysis Symposium (2nd Edition) aims at enhancing the usage of analysis tools and to increase the communication within the image analysis community. Developers from various software packages and libraries are invited for presenting their recent activities and Image analysts and biologists will then be updated with the latest scene of the tool development, and at the same time are expected to provide feedback and to get in direct contact with the developers of the tools that they are using in everyday research. Moreover, we will discuss on the further development of image analysis community.
Community Status Quo, Open Software Showcase, Developers Updates ,Sponsors Session, Posters session, Community Discussion, Actions, Future of the community.
QBI, a conference focused on Quantitative BioImage
2015 Quantitative BioImaging Conference, January 7-9, Institut Pasteur in Paris, France.
The development of a conference on Quantitative Bioimaging (3rd Edition) followed from the recognition that there is no conference to date that addresses the analysis of bioimaging data in a focused and interdisciplinary manner. Therefore the emphasis of our single track conference will be the presentation and detailed discussion of methodological advances. We hope to have many of the major researchers in quantitative imaging represented at the conference. We plan to have a very interactive meeting with the opportunity for significant scientific exchange between the participants. We hope to attract contributors with differing backgrounds in biology, chemistry, physics and engineering.
We will introduce several interesting features into the conference: Oral presentations will focus around introductory and survey presentations on topics of importance and will be followed by topical “plenary” poster sessions. In addition, we will also have a session and roundtable discussion on the development and maintenance of software in a laboratory environment.