I2K 2024

From Images to Knowledge

2024 Conference

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The 2024 I2K conference, happening October 23-25 at the Human Technopole in Milan, Italy, is a key meeting point for anyone passionate about the intersection of life sciences and quantitative image analysis.

This year, we are excited to present a program dense of insightful talks from leading voices in the field, alongside selected presentations from your submitted abstracts. Additionally, the conference will offer hands-on workshops focused on state-of-the-art open-source tools for working with and analyzing scientific image data. It is an ideal opportunity to exchange ideas and discover innovative approaches for managing the growing volume of detailed microscopy images. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Please note that to secure your seat at the conference, you must register on the event webpage when registrations will be open.

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The registration deadline will be close to the notification for abstracts.

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If you have questions please contact us at training@fht.org


Organizing Scientific Committee:

Jianxu Chen, ISAS, Leibnitz Institute
Beth Cimini, Broad Institute of MIT
Joran Deschamps, Human Technopole
Florian Jug, Human Technopole
Anna Kreshuk, European Molecular Biology Laboratory
Florian Levet, University of Bordeaux
Stephan Saalfeld, HHMI Janelia
Aubrey Weigel, HHMI Janelia

Scientific Program and Workshop Organising Committees:

Pete Bankhead, University of Edinburgh
Esti Gomez de Mariscal, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência
Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Philipp Erdmann, Human Technopole
Elnaz Fazeli, University of Helsinki
Robert Haase, University of Leipzig
Khaled Kheairy, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Dagmar Kainmueller, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine
Bronwyn Lucas, University of California, Berkeley
Thomas Pengo, University of Minnesota
Stephan Preibisch, HHMI Janelia
Christian Tischer, Europen Molecular Biology Laboratory
Pavel Tomancak, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
Virginie Uhlmann, BioVisionCenter, University of Zurich
Laura Wiggins, University of Sheffield


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We have adopted the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s Community Participation Guidelines; by participating in this conference you agree to abide by these. If you need to contact the organizers to discuss a violation of these guidelines, please reach out to training@fht.org.


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