Lovisa Lugnegård, working with Andreas Hellander and Carolina Wählby, is working towards a cloud-based simulator of the data generation of high-content imaging experiments. She recently visited Alan Sabirsh and Johan Karlsson at AstraZeneca to learn about their microscopy pipelines and about what parameters are important for the rate of data produced in experiments, as well as to collect an example dataset to drive her development.
We are happy to welcome Lovisa Lugnegård to the team! Lovisa will write her MSc thesis within the project. She plans to design and prototype a cloud-based simulator capable of streaming already generated microscopy data, varying a wide range of parameters and emulating realistic scenarios when running high-content imaging platforms. This will be a valuable tool for quick prototyping of new algorithms, and for mapping out e.g. performance requirements for feature extraction methods in real-time scenarios.
We are recruiting two PhD students in Computerized Image Processing and Bioinformatics. For more information, see the recruitment page.
We are recruiting up to three postdocs or researchers in Computerized Image Analysis, Scientific Computing and Bioinformatics. For more information, see the recruitment page.
Read an interview with Carolina Wählby about the project: