When: February 17th, 2015
1. Opening words - Prof. Dr. Christoph Lienau
2. Introduction of the PhD students
3. Organization of the RTG and the PhD course of study - Dr. Beate Grünberg
4. Miscellaneous (e.g. Answering questions that you might have)
All information can be downloaded here.
The graduate school is offering once more the course "Scientific Image Processing and Analysis". This course will enable you to efficiently analyze your imaging data according to high scientific standards!
The workshop aims to teach scientists how to handle and process digital images starting from image acquisition on until the incorporation into the final publication figure.
The workshop content is generally of interest for all scientists working with digital images and the topics will be adjusted to meet the participants needs as good as possible. In the last years the workshop was especially of interest for doctorates of the PhD study programmes "Neurosensory Science and Systems" and "Environmental Sciences and Biodiversity" and was very good evaluated.
Furthermore, specific participant question regarding image processing and solutions for analysis issues can be personally discussed if communicated beforehand.
Please register for the workshop in StudIP. If you have any problems or further questions to the course, please contact:
Do. 8 - 10 Uhr, W3 2-240