Description

Leader of the group Computational Imaging: Joost Batenburg.

 

Our research group is developing the next generation of 3D imaging – enabling scientists to look further into objects of all kinds. Based on mathematics, algorithms and numerical solution techniques, our approach is interdisciplinary, combining aspects of mathematics, computer science and physics. We pride ourselves on the versatility of our solutions, and our algorithms can be applied to a wide range of imaging in science, medicine and industry. In Computational Imaging, it’s our goal to constantly push the boundaries of research. By combining advanced image acquisition, parameter estimation, and discrete tomography algorithms for example, we are able to develop workflows for 3D electron microscopy at atomic resolution.

 

 

News

The Netherlands’ smallest supercomputer is here

The Netherlands’ smallest supercomputer is here

A team of Dutch scientists has built a supercomputer the size of four pizza boxes. The Little Green Machine II has the computing power of 10,000 PCs and will be used by researchers in oceanography, computer science, artificial intelligence, financial modeling and astronomy. CWI researchers Joost Batenburg and Kees Oosterlee, who were part of the development team, will use the machine for computational imaging and machine learning for time series respectively. The computer is based at Leiden University (the Netherlands) and developed with help from IBM.

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Current events

Mummering General Assembly

  • 2018-10-30T12:00:00+01:00
  • 2018-10-31T15:00:00+01:00
October 30 Tuesday

Start: 2018-10-30 12:00:00+01:00 End: 2018-10-31 15:00:00+01:00

L016

The Mummering General Assembly will take place at CWI, Amsterdam on 30-31 October 2018. The program is available.

Online registration is now open.

The registration fee is € 70 and covers dinner at Humprey's restaurant, lunches and refreshments. You can register by using the electronic conference registration form HERE, the deadline is 1 October. Note: you will be asked to pay with iDEAL, Mister Cash or credit card directly at registration.

Practical information

    Location: CWI – room L016
    Science Park 123
    1098 XG Amsterdam
    Netherlands
    Download the Science Park Amsterdam map here.
    
Access by public transport:
    Train: CWI is a five minute walk away from NS station Amsterdam Science Park. This station is served four times an hour from the directions Amsterdam Centraal – Schiphol and Almere – Amersfoort. Walk through the tunnel after leaving the platform for the science park (northeast exit), cross the street (Carolina MacGillavrylaan) at the crosswalk and walk past the brown building of Amsterdam University College. You will be able to see CWI’s main entrance on your left behind the parking lot.
    Bus: alternatively, bus 40 serves Amsterdam Science Park four times an hour from stations Amsterdam Amstel (train, metro, tram) and Amsterdam Muiderpoort (train, tram). Get off at bus stop ‘Science Park’ or ‘Science Park Aer’. During rush hour bus 240 can be used, too.

Accommodation

Local accommodations at which CWI can offer discount rates are listed below (including breakfast). These hotel rates are maximum prices.  If lower rates are available at the time of your booking, the lower rate will be booked by the hotel. Please be informed that these rates are for refundable bookings. If you prefer, you can ask the hotels for their non-refundable rates:

(A) € 110/night Hotel Casa (Eerste Ringdijkstraat 4)
(B) € 155/night The Lancaster Hotel (Plantage Middenlaan 48)
(C) € 165/night The Manor Amsterdam (Linneausstraat 89)
(D) € 130/night 10% discount, Hotel Rembrandt (Plantage Middenlaan 17)

Members

Associated Members

Publications

Software

Current projects with external funding

  • Mathematics and Algorithms for 3D Imaging of Dynamic Processes
  • Non-destructive 3D spectral imaging: applications in the poultry industry
  • PPS contract Planmeca
  • Real-Time 3D Tomography
  • The See-Through Museum
  • Automated multi-modal tomography for sub-22nm IC nodes (AMTIC)
  • CT for Art: from Images to Patterns (IMPACT4Art)
  • MUltiscale, Multimodal and Multidimensional imaging for EngineeRING (MUMMERING)
  • Volumetric medical x-ray imaging at extremely low dose (VOXEL)

Related partners

  • Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Gif-sur-Yvette, France
  • CNR Pisa
  • COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES
  • IMAGINE OPTIC
  • Meyn Food Processing Technology B.V.
  • Naturalis
  • Planmeca
  • Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
  • Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  • FEI
  • IMEC
  • Technische Universiteit Delft