About the ELMI

ELMI was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of their equipment.

MIAP Ethics in Image Analysis Workshop, 21-22 October 2019, University of Freburg, Germany

Scientific fraud has become a serious concern in life sciences, as in all segments of science. Microscopic image presentation is a serious and, unfortunately, common source of fraud in life science publications. As image editing is commonplace during data analysis and presentation, even unwanted changes quickly lead to irregular and often illegal figures. So, image editing and presentation are not always easy. This workshop will provide all scientists with the proper tools and knowledge to avoid common pitfalls, to spot imaging fraud, and to prepare sound images to prevent fraud. This workshop is dedicated to all researchers publishing microscopic image data who wish to do so in a lawful manner and who wish to learn about common pitfalls and how to avoid them.

The workshop includes presentations from experts in the field, facility heads, the DFG Programme Director “Scientific Instrumentation and Information Technology” and from a journal editor / representative, as well as Q & A and multiple hands-on sessions.

MIAP Ethics in Image Analysis Workshop

Registration open. Register NOW!

October 21st to 22nd 2019

Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg
Lehrpool und E-Prüfungszentrum
Werthmannstr. 4
79098 Freiburg/Germany

For registration and further information visit: https://miap.eu/miap-events/miap-workshops/2019-10-ethics-in-image-analysis/

We would kindly ask you to spread the word within your institute / department / research group / facility. Feel free to advertise our events at any location, event and audience you think might fit. You can find all information from this e-mail on our website https://miap.eu. In general, there is a high demand in MIAP workshops and spots are limited, so be sure to register as soon as possible.

With best regards,

Roland Nitschke