Tutorial Details: Biological Image Processing and Restoration in Huygens
|Date:||Thursday, October 6, 2005, 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm|
|Location:||Room 1-280 Nils Hasselmo Hall (NHH)|
Microscopic images are mostly collected as stacks (3D) and often with time lapses (the fourth dimension). Huygens is a comprehensive deconvolution package for 3D and 4D microscopy.
This tutorial will introduce users to image processing algorithms for wide-field and confocal microscopes. It will demonstrate practical applications of Huygens in deconvolution, resolution, and noise reduction for restoring images. Users will also be introduced to batch utilities in Huygens Scripting (available at the Institute) to process large numbers of image datasets automatically.
|Prerequisites:||Basic knowledge of microscopy|