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Software Club

The aim of the software club is to offer a platform to those interested in image analysis, where they can exchange ideas, learn about existing software, find solutions to their image analysis problems and build a vibrant community around mircoscopy image processing challenges.

We are organising talks during the academic year, focusing on general microscopy image analysis tasks advertised on the CAIC user list ( and our home page. In order to maximize impact, we focus on software that is either free, open source or easily accesible within the university.

If you would like to present your favourite software or solution to an image analysis problem or if you would like to have specific problems addressed please contact Leila Muresan ().





Dr. Guy Blanchard (PDN)

Analysis of epithelial morphogenesis - cell shapes, domain dynamics, quantification of fluorescence and cell division through to panel figures

4.07.2017 2pm

Hodgkin-Huxley seminar room, Physiology Building, 
Downing site

Sohaib Abdul Rehman (CAIC)

Spot tracking (Icy) and trajectory analysis (vbSPT)

30.05.2017 2pm

Hodgkin-Huxley seminar room, Physiology Building,
Downing site

Afnan Azizi (Harris Lab)

Cell lineage reconstruction software developped in the Keller lab (HHMI Janelia)

Amat F et al.:
Fast, accurate reconstruction of cell lineages from large-scale
fluorescence microscopy data.
Nature Methods. 2014, 11(9):951-8. doi: 10.1038/nmeth.3036

13.12.2016 2pm

Bryan Matthews seminar room, Physiology Building,
Downing site