PhD students’ visit to Astra Zeneca, Gothenburg (April 15-17)

PhD students Håkan Wieslander, Phil Harrison and Ankit Gupta visited Astra Zeneca, hosted by Johan Karlsson and Alan Sabirsh. They had three intense days in the lab getting the high-throughput microscope to talk to the HASTE code. It’s not every day a computer scientist gets to dress up in a lab coat!
Johan explains the workings of the microscope
It’s not easy to debug
What’s an intense coding session without some finger-pointing

Ankit Gupta joins HASTE team as PhD student

We welcome Ankit Gupta as new PhD Student in the Wählby Lab at the Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University.

Ankit obtained his Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Indore in 2014. Then, he completed his Masters in Medical Imaging and Informatics at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur in 2017. Before moving to Uppsala, he was employed as Research Engineer at the University of Bern where he worked on developing a video-based instrument tracking system in stereoscopic laparoscopic surgery.

About the PhD project within HASTE:  

Within the project, he will work on developing measurements for the early detection of informative data from large-scale spatial and temporal experiments.