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08/27/2014 Bitplane ISBI/IEEE Attendance Award, 2nd Cell Tracking Challenge, ISBI 2014

Nathalie Harder received a Bitplane ISBI/IEEE Attendance Award at the 2nd Cell Tracking Challenge...


04/20/2013 Excellent result at 1st Cell Tracking Challenge, ISBI 2013

The Biomedical Computer Vision (BMCV) group successfully participated in the 1st Cell Tracking...


03/12/2013 Prize for the best scientific paper at BVM 2013

Simon Eck, Stefan Wörz, Andreas Biesdorf, Katharina Müller-Ott, Karsten Rippe, and Karl Rohr were...


03/21/2012 Prize for the best scientific paper at BVM 2012

Astha Jaiswal, William J. Godinez, Roland Eils, Maik Lehmann, and Karl Rohr were awarded a prize...


10/03/2011 Best poster award at the Summer School of Masaryk University 2011

Wei Liao was awarded the 1st prize for his poster "A Probabilistic Minimal Path Technique for...


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Breaking News:

02/17/2017 10:30

Open Positions

The BMCV group currently offers positions in biomedical image analysis.

More details can be found here.


07/13/2015 11:21

ISBI 2016

Karl Rohr is program chair of the IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) which will be held April 13-16, 2016, in Prague, Czech...


Biomedical Computer Vision Group

The research group Biomedical Computer Vision (BMCV) develops methods and algorithms for computer-based analysis of biological and medical images, in particular, cell microscopy images and medical tomographic images. One main aim is to derive quantitative information about the shape, motion, and function of cellular as well as subcellular structures as a prerequisite for computational modelling in systems biology. Main research topics are model-based segmentation, probabilistic tracking and motion analysis, and elastic image registration.

 

The BMCV group belongs both to the University of Heidelberg (IPMB, Dept. Bioinformatics & Functional Genomics) and the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ, Div. Theoretical Bioinformatics), and is located at the newly established BioQuant Center.

 

Contact: E-Mail (Last update: 13/12/2016)