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2022 Workshop for Large-Scale Scientific Imaging

Schedule for Day 1 (Thursday, June 16th) | Schedule for Day 2 (Friday, June 17th)

Event Schedule (Day 1)

Day 1—Thursday, June 16th

HOMEWOOD CAMPUS  Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy, Room 272

  • 8:00–8:30am
    REFRESHMENTS
    Snacks served outside Bloomberg 272
  • 8:30am–10:00am
    INTRODUCTION SPEAKERS

    K.T. Ramesh (virtual) Whiting School of Engineering

    Alex Szalay, Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, IDIES

    MORNING SPEAKERS

    Denis Wirtz, Whiting School of Engineering
    CODA: 3D reconstruction of tumors and whole organs and organisms at single-cell resolution using AI

    Mitra Taheri (virtual), Department of Material Science & Engineering
    Microscopy as a Platform to Accelerate Machine Learning

    Charles Meneveau, Department of Mechanical Engineering & IDIES
    Democratizing access to massive high-fidelity simulation data in fluid turbulence

    Ian Dobbie, Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, Biology
    Fluorescence microscopy from simple imaging to big data
  • 10:00am–10:30am
    AM BREAK
    Snacks served outside Bloomberg 272
  • 10:30am–12:00pm
    MORNING SPEAKERS CONT’D

    Alex Baras, School of Medicine
    Challenges, opportunities, and ultimately the promise of what a digital transformation holds for histopathology

    Andrew J Connolly, Univ Washington
    Searching below the noise: hunting for asteroids in astronomical data

    Brian Caffo, Bloomberg School of Public Health
    Density regression for functional MRI connectomics

    David Elbert, Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI)
    Image Scale and Speed in High-Throughput Materials Discovery and Autonomous Experimentation

    Nick Andresen (virtual), School of Medicine
    Generating a Temporal Bone Image Database for Studying Hearing and Balance Disorders
  • 12:00pm–1:00pm
    LUNCH BREAK
    Boxed lunches will be provided
  • 1:00pm–2:30pm
    AFTERNOON SPEAKERS

    Janis Taube, School of Medicine
    AstroPath: Astronomy accelerates Pathology

    Ani Thakar (virtual), Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, IDIES
    SDSS: The Imaging Survey That Started It All

    Mike Miller, Biomedical Engineering
    Molecular Computational Anatomy: Biomedical Data Science at Scale

    Brandon Lane (virtual), National Institute of Standards and Technology
    Image-based In-situ Process Monitoring Data from Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) Additive Manufacturing

    Elana Fertig, School of Medicine
    Inferring spatial tumor and immune interactions with SpaceMarkers
  • 2:30pm–3:00pm
    PM BREAK
    Snacks served outside Bloomberg 272
  • 3:00pm-4:30pm
    AFTERNOON SPEAKERS CONT’D

    Wilfred Ngwa, School of Medicine
    Image-guided drug delivery with Biomaterial drones during radiotherapy

    Thomas Haine, Earth & Planetary Sciences
    Visualizing Ocean Circulation Model Solutions

    Duncan Sousa School of Medicine, Beckman Center for CryoEM
    Cryo-EM: High Throughput Data Acquisition and Processing

    Sarah Jordaan (virtual), School of Advanced International Studies
    Solving problems at the interface of land and energy infrastructure

    Gerard Lemson, Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, IDIES
    Indexing Big Data in the Database: Cosmological Simulations and Image Archives
  • 4:30pm–5:00pm
    RECEPTION
    Beer & Wine
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