Hoogleraar Computational Bio-imaging
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Fons Verbeek has a background in Computer Science and Biology; he has a PhD in Applied Physics. His research topic is Image Analysis with a focus on microscopy imaging. His research stretches from feature extraction and segmentation to classification strategies in the domain of the life-sciences.
Visualization of research data is much addressed in his research projects. In the master program he teaches a course on Image Processing and Analysis. In additon, in his research he is using modelling techniques applied to biomedical data to gain further understanding on cohesion in biomolecular processes.
Imaging & Visualization typically require Human interaction. Therefore, in research project the subject of Human Computer Interaction is often addressed. In the Media Technology programme and the CS bachelor he is involved in teaching the Human Computer Interaction course and engaged in supervising students in their research.
For more information check the research group website of Imaging & BioInformatics for projects at the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science he works on.
For more information see my Persoonlijke website
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