Technologies for the Future:Imaging Workshop
Hosted by Prof. Thomas Krauss, Research Theme Champion for Technologies for the Future
ReCSS Training Room, Thursday 29th September, 12:30 to 5 pm
Scientists of many disciplines employ images in their research, ranging from neutron scattering to optical superresolution, magnetic resonance and electron imaging. The issue is often how to extract useful information out of noisy or incomplete data.
We are fortunate to have experts in data analysis at York who may have even better tools and techniques available but who are not aware of the unmet needs of theircolleagues; some of these techniques may not have been applied to imaging data at all, yet may provide novel insights. This workshop is aimed at bringing people of related interests together, sharing best practise and exploring where new collaborations may be formed.
● Sharing of knowledge on needs and aims of those generating “image” data
● Sharing of knowledge on expertise available to analyse “image” data
● Chance for networking with a view to future collaborations, e.g. Research Priming Fund, a Centre for Doctoral Training
● Generation of a reusablelist of interested parties with their expertise and needs available after the event