computer scientist with background in biology
Shadi Albarqouni is a Palestinian-German Professor of Computational Medical Imaging Research at the University of Bonn, and an AI Young Investigator Group Leader at Helmholtz AI. Previously, he worked as a Visiting Scientist at Imperial College London and ETH Zurich, …
- machine learning, especially neuronal networks
- research software
- workflows and scientific computing
- computational neuroscience
- bioimage analysis
My current research focus is in the field of in vivo confocal imaging and its applications in ophthalmology. I am interested in all aspects along the imaging workflow, e.g. image acquisition, image formation, image data fusion, image analysis.
I am a contact at KIT for the KNMFi and JL MDMC . I can also help you find a scientific partner for a proposal or other scientific challenge.
Coordinator for metadata projects and platforms within HMC, DLR and other consortia. Interested in
- lab and instrument topologies
- trans-disciplinary aggregation of large data sets (with e.g. remote sensing data)
I am interested in functional imaging. More specifically, most of my interest lie on translational perfusion imaging.
Contact person for CORREL Lab at KIT - the correlative characterisation laboratory by means of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging (NMR/MRI) and X-ray imaging (XRI). CORREL Lab has a 7T horizontal bore magnet for NMR/MRI characterisation and an Excillum …
Image analysis, microCT image reconstruction and analysis, Ice core imaging, Deep learning and machine learning, Image denoising (X-ray scattering and back projection reconstruction issues, artifacts)
- Image analysis software and generic tools
- Machine Learning
- Microscopy analysis
- 3D rendering
- Deep learning
- Computer Vision
- Medical Imaging
PhD student working on volumetric object detection and self-configuring methods. Open source and Github enthusiast :)
We develop tools for shortwave infrared imaging and spectroscopy for biomedical imaging
Development of multi-parameter MR techniques for an integrative understanding of climate (anthropogenic) induced physiological changes in polar and marine organisms.
I am a beamline scientist at PETRA III beamline P06, working in X-ray scanning microscopy and X-ray tomography. The contrasts I am usually dealing with are X-ray absorption and X-ray fluorescence, occasionally X-ray ptychography and X-ray diffraction. My personal research …
PhD Student @ IML
Working on failure detection, uncertainty and active learning.
I work on inverse problems, image reconstruction and other parts of computational imaging.
I work at an imaging core facility, as a microscopy specialist. I´m interested in learning about microscopy, image analysis, to help my users, gain more knowledge, enrich my CV and build my career.