Advances in biological and medical imaging are putting increasing demands on image storage and processing. Modern multicenter imaging studies may easily generate hundreds of terabytes of raw and processed image data for quantitative analyses. How can we in the imaging community ensure good data stewardship? We have invited colleagues from diverse imaging areas, ranging from molecular and cellular to population imaging, and from image acquisition to image processing, to discuss the common challenges.
This DTL Focus meeting is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the latest developments in FAIR data stewardship and hear firsthand experiences from collegues in the Dutch imaging community. Jason Swedlow from the University of Dundee (UK) will come over to update us on the status and possibilities of the Open Microscopy Environment.
DTL Focus meetings are facilitated by SURF.
- Date: February 29, 2016 – 13:00 – 17:00 h
- Venue: SURF, Kantoren Hoog Overborch Hoog Catharijne Nederland, Moreelsepark 48, 3511 EP Utrecht (4th floor)
- Participation is free of charge, but registration is required! You can register via the form below.
- Please note that the maximum capacity of the room is 30.
13:00 – 13:10| Coffee
13:10 – 13:25| Erik Meijering (Erasmus MC) – Welcome and Purpose/Introduction to the meeting
13:25 – 13:50| Wiro Niessen (Erasmus MC) – Experience with data in population imaging
13:50 – 14:15| Jason Swedlow (University of Dundee) – Status and possibilities of OME
14:15 – 14:35| Coffee/tea break
14:35 – 15:00| Jose Guerra (Enza seeds) – Experience with data in plant phenotyping
15:00 – 15:25| Luiz Bonino (DTL) – FAIR data
15:25 – 15:45| Coffee/tea break
15:45 – 16:45| Discussion and closing
16:45 – ………| Drinks
Registration form Scalability of Image storing and processing