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Seminar/Workshop: Image acquisition, processing, presentation and analysis
The course consists of 3 parts, each lasting around 1.5 hours. The first part of the course covers the basics of image types, dynamic range, image formats, image color modes, and how to represent color images in a way that color blind people can understand. In the second part, ways to produce optimal images are discussed, including specific aspects of image acquisition (e.g. setting exposure, field illumination, white balance), image processing (including acceptable and unacceptable processing of scientific images). Some aspects of image representation in figures are also covered. In the third part, the software Fiji/ImageJ is briefly introduced and some selected examples of image analysis are explained and practiced. The focus of the course is on images generated by microscopy and gel/western blot imagers. Vector graphics such as charts and drawings are also discussed.
Time and Date: 9:00–15:00, November 11, 2022
Lecturer: Dr. Boyan Garvalov
Place: seminar room in house 42
Prerequisites: For the third part of the course (image analysis), participants should have the Fiji software installed and running on their computers. Basic familiarity with this software is helpful but not required.
Number of participants: max. 10–12
Please register until November 4, 2022 by email to email@example.com
"Marketplace" of the Institute for Medical Technology (IMT)
On October 7th, 2022, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., the Institute for Medical Technology (IMT) offers a program with ten short lectures by proven experts from the most diverse areas of medical technology.
For more information and registration please visit www.umm.uni-heidelberg.de/imt-medtech/marktplatz/
1. Baden-Württemberg Clinician Scientist Networkmeeting
On September 2nd, the first Clinician Scientist Network Meeting of Baden-Württemberg will take place. It is jointly organized by the Mannheim Clinician Scientist program ICON and the STMM, in Hörsaal 2 of Alte Brauerei.
The meeting will be held in English. Details of the program can be found here.
Registration is not required. However, it would support our planning, if you register with a short email to sekretariat.med2@. umm.de
We are looking forward to a lively participation of interested colleagues!
Introductory Days for doctoral students
The STMM will offer Introductory Days for doctoral students (especially Dr. sc. hum.) from 20–22 July 2022 (9.00 a.m.–6.00 p.m.), in which some basics from the areas of "Key competences for scientists" and "Good scientific practice" will be taught. Further, the research environment at the Medical Faculty Mannheim will be introduced.
Participation in this course can be accredited with a corresponding number of credit points/hours towards the Dr. sc. hum. curriculum.
If you are interested, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here you can have a look at the preliminary schedule.
School of Translational Medicine (STMM)
Medical Faculty Mannheim,
Tridomus C, Ebene 4
Dr. Susanne Hausselt
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