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About: Kota

Biography:
Kota Miura works at the Centre for Molecular and Cellular Imaging, EMBL Heidelberg as Scientist and IT engineer. B.L.A. (Liberal Arts, ICU, Tokyo), M.Sc (Physiology, Osaka), Ph.D. (Cell and Developmental Biology, Munich). A biologist now very much specialized in image analysis. He likes Karate and Ukulele. URL: http://cmci.embl.de
Website:
http://cmci.embl.de

Posts by Kota:

Two Bioimage Analysis Schools from NEUBIAS

Posted by on May 15th, 2017

NEUBIAS, the Network of European BioImage Analysts (www.neubias.org), is delighted to announce two new Training Schools on BioImage Analysis:   Early Career Investigators (life scientists) Facility staff (imaging & analysis staff) The focus of training will be on construction and automation of image analysis workflows, using as examples more than one toolbox and different exercises.[…]

A Bioimage Analysis Community Meeting, NEUBIAS2020

Posted by on November 14th, 2016

  Learn and Communicate Bioimage Analysis NEUBIAS2020 conference is a new annual meeting of the BioImage Analysis community. We are very glad to invite you to the first conference in Lisbon (Portugal) on 12-17th of February 2017, hosted and co-organized by the Gulbenkian Institute of Science. The conference aims to promote knowledge- and technological- transfer between all the[…]

The EMBL Master Course for Bioimage Data Analysis 2015

Posted by on March 30th, 2015

This is a call for the registration to the EMBL Master Course for Bioimage Data Analysis to be held from 7 June (Sun) – Saturday, 13 June (Sat) 2015. The deadline for registration is April 16, 2015. This course will focus on computational methods for analyzing images of proteins, cells and tissues, to boost the[…]

BioImage Data Analysis Course @ EMBL Heidelberg

Posted by on February 7th, 2014

Dear Node colleagues, This is a call for the registration to the EMBL Master Course Bioimage Data Analysis to be held from Monday, 12 May – Friday, 16 May 2014. This course will focus on computational methods for analyzing images of proteins, cells and tissues, to boost the learning process of participants who have an[…]

The 1st European BioImage Analysis Symposium, Oct. 7 – 12, 2013 @ Barcelona

Posted by on August 30th, 2013

Image analysis is powerful and essential in modern biology. However, many people working on image analysis might be struggling with following problems: Which tool is appropriate to address my question? Who should I ask my very specific question about image analysis? I want to increase my skills, but I do not know how. I became[…]