Computational Imaging group news
CONcISE Project aims for a revolution in biomedical optical imaging
The Computational Imaging (CI) group at CWI takes part in a new project funded by the European Union's Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) of the Horizon Europe programme: CONcISE.
IntACT: visualising the interior of art objects
The IntACT research team (CWI/Rijksmuseum) developed a tool to investigate art objects on the inside. In a new video the team explains the scope and outcome of the project.
Uncovering hidden features inside art objects in an interactive environment
In the past years, X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) has been used to visualise the interior of objects in 3D. For example within the NICAS and NWO funded Impact4Art project by CWI and …
Best presentation award for Francien Bossema at AmeriDendro
The prize was awarded for the presentation 'Applications and advances in X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) for dendrochronology'.
An inspiring masterclass on machine learning for inverse problems
CWI organised a 2-day masterclass, as part of the CWI Semester Program on Data-driven methods for Inverse Problems. Participants from Groningen to Paris attented the event.
Algorithms can also learn without examples
Allard Hendriksen (CWI) developed an algorithm that improves X-ray images without having to learn from data from previous measurements. He defends his PhD thesis on 3 March at Leiden University.
CWI scanner revealing art secrets seeks new applications
CWI and Rijksmuseum are exploring the possibilities of CWI's 3D FleX-ray scanner together.
Developing Improved Breast Cancer Imaging Techniques
Breast Cancer is the most common cause of cancer death in women worldwide. Felix Lucka from the Computational Imaging group at CWI is part of a European research team that develops novel …