- Fundamental of Digital Image
- Steps of Image Analysis Workflow
- Common Segmentation Methods
The Basic Principles of Digital Imaging and Image Analysis Workflows
Image Analysis gains popularity and importance over the years, for life science researchers who frequently use microscopy techniques. The amount of images we generated per weeks, or per experiment increase substantially, thanks to microscopy automation. It becomes critical how do we make sense of such large quantity of data. Image Analysis is one method to address such challenge. In this webinar recording, we will briefly discuss the basic principles of digital imaging and image analysis workflows.
Dr. Xianke Shi
Application and Business Development Manager, Life Sciences, APAC, ZEISS Research Microscopy Solutions
Dr. Xianke SHI studied his PhD on Biophysics at National University of Singapore (NUS) from 2004 to 2008, focusing his research on quantification of biomolecular interactions in living cells and living zebrafish embryos with Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (FCS). From 2008 to 2010, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow at NUS and European Molecular Biology Laboratory Heidelberg, where he continued his work on FCS, as well as light sheet microscopy and in vivo single molecule detection. On January 2011, Xianke joined Carl Zeiss Microscopy, South East Asia, as a regional application specialist. He then held several different positions in Zeiss, and is currently application and business development manager, APAC. He is specialized in life science light microscope techniques and is currently working on software related topics.
Dr. Soren Prag
Product and Application Sales Specialist, EMEA, ZEISS Research Microscopy Solutions
Soren’s experience with microscopes started at the University of Copenhagen as a master student performing research on cancer cell migration, cell-adhesion & signaling. He continued his research path as PhD student at the University College London and moved to Kings College London as a post-doc, where he continued working on cancer cell migration, and used spinning disc, confocal, and multiphoton microscopy to address these questions. As a junior PI in Lisbon, Portugal, Soren expanded into imaging cell migration in vivo in fruit flies combining the fields of cancer progression and embryonic development. In 2012 he joined ZEISS as a product & application sales specialist covering automation.