We are proud to officially announce Science Park Imaging Symposium!
It will happen on June 12th from 14:00-17:30 at CWI, room L016. Please save the date and share this information with people from your organization who could be also interested in attending.
The symposium will consist of two parts: presentations from AMOLF, CWI, NIKHEF and UvA and a poster session (see the program below).
We also welcome poster presentations from researchers and PhD students. That will be a great opportunity to present certain projects in more detail and also make new contacts for further collaborations. To participate in the poster session, please fill out the google-form. The deadline for the registration is June 6th.
Please email us If you have any questions and see you at the symposium!
Nikolai Orlov (AMOLF)
Alexander Skorikov (CWI)
Wiebke Albrecht (AMOLF)
Tristan van Leeuwen (CWI)
Presentations from participating organizations (14:00 – 15:40)
14:00 – 14:15 Tristan van Leeuwen (CWI)
Computational imaging at CWI — bridging theory and practice
14:15 – 14:30 Ksenia Abrashitova (ARCNL)
Computational fiber imaging beyond Abbe and Nyquist limits
14:30 – 14:45 Chris Stolk (UvA)
Mathematics of seismic imaging - reconstructing singularities of medium coefficients
14:45 – 15:00 Pascal Mettes (UvA)
Hyperbolic Computer Vision
Coffee break (15:00 - 15:20)
Physics/Material Science part
15:20 – 15:30 Wiebke Albrecht (AMOLF)
Bringing light in and out of the electron microscope: ultrafast and in-situ 2D and 3D materials characterization in SEM and TEM
15:30 – 15:40 Femius Koenderink (AMOLF)
Super-resolution: nanophotonics as a challenge and a tool
15:40 – 15:55 Martin Fransen (NIKHEF)
Looking at colours the eyes can't see. Spectral X-ray imaging with Medipix3 based detectors
15:55 – 16:05 Sander Tans (AMOLF)
Deep learning analysis of developing mini organs
16:05 – 16:10 Tom Shimizu (AMOLF)
Imaging the wave nature of life - across scales, and computationally
16:10 – 16:15 Kristina Ganzinger (AMOLF)
Mapping immune cell signaling in live cell imaging, one molecule at a time
Poster session and drinks (16:15 – 17:30)