3 years ago

Spotlight on Bioimaging and Signal Processing [In the Spotlight]

Erik Meijering, Arrate Munoz-barrutia,
The Bio-Imaging and Signal Processing Technical Committee (BISP-TC) of the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) promotes activities in the broad technical areas of computerized image and signal processing with a clear focus on applications in biology and medicine. Specific topics of interest include image reconstruction, compressed sensing, superresolution, image restoration, registration and segmentation, pattern recognition, object detection, localization, tracking, quantification and classification, machine learning, multimodal image and signal fusion, analytics, visualization, and statistical modeling. Application areas covered by the TC include biomedical imaging from nano to macroscale, encompassing all modalities of molecular imaging and microscopy, anatomical imaging, and functional imaging, as well as genomic signal processing, computational biology, and bioinformatics, with the ultimate overarching aim of enabling precision medicine.
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