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Laboratoire d'imagerie biomédicale (LIB)
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Freely available software and computer sessions for teaching and programming image processing in Java.

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Prof. Michael Unser

Secretary

Nadia Macor
Tel: +41 21 693 11 85
Fax: +41 21 693 68 10

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Institute of Microengineering

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Center for Imaging in Bio-Medecine

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The biomedical imaging group pursues research on the development of new algorithms and mathematical tools for the advanced processing of medical and biological images. Topics of interest are image reconstruction, multi-modal imaging, image analysis and visualization. Research efforts are taking place at two complementary levels:

NEWS rss

July 2015
Ulugbek's Opitca paper, in collaboration with the Psaltis Lab, just got reviewed in the "News & Views" section of Nature. Check it out !
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July 2015
Daniel's paper on "Quantitative Evaluation of Software Packages for Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy," has appeared in Nature Methods. It is also described in the EPFL news.

April 2015
Masih Nilchian successfully passed his Ph.D. exam entitled "High Performance Reconstruction Framework for Straight Ray Tomography: from Micro to Nano Resolution Imaging". Congratulations!

January 2015
30 years of wavelets celebration at CIRM in Marseille. Watch Michael's account on how the Gaussian world became sparse.
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October 2014
WHOW: Pedram and Viginie's won the ICIP 2014 Best Student Paper Award. The title of the paper says it all !!!
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September 2014
Ricard Delgado-Gonzalo is the happy recipient of the 2014 ABB Award "For the development of a novel theoretical framework for the segmentation of biomedical images, its validation on concrete tasks of image and volume analysis, and its implementation as a user-friendly software"
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November 2013
Full manuscript available: An Introduction to Sparse Stochastic Processes by Michael Unser and Pouya Tafti. The book will be published by Cambridge University Press. Feel free to download it and to provide comments!

August 2013
For a crash course on "Sparse stochastic processes": watch the video (Michael's plenary at SPARS'13)
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October 2012
Created a new LinkedIn group for employees and alumni. A perfect opportunity for fresh PhD students to get in touch with former fellow members. Sign-in now!
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April 2011
ERC Advanced Researcher Grant: ERCThe project "FUN-SP: A functional framework for sparse, non-Gaussian signal processing and bioimaging" started on April 1, 2011 and is funded for 5 years.
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