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Multiuser Collaboration from Flat Screen to Virtual Reality, 19-20 November 2019, University of Freiburg, Germany

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Recent developments in many and diverse state-of-the-art microscopy techniques (i.e. super-resolution, light sheet, SEM) provide tremendous potential while creating new challenges all the same. One often-encountered challenge is the growing amount of data, increasing file sizes and the indicative necessity to work on novel solutions in data management and further data processing, which can be applied in the routine research environment. This workshop will highlight how a multiuser platform like the ACQUIFER HIVE can be engaged in future imaging workflows- the arivis Virtual Reality (VR) Application for collaboration. Both, arivis and ACQUIFER, work on solutions to overcome the daily routine problems in large image data management and handling. In this context, we are very glad to invite you in cooperation with arivis AG and ACQUIFER, a division of DITABIS AG to a workshop that puts fast, flexible and time-efficient data management and large image data handling at center stage.

This workshop will include an introduction, seminar and practical hands-on sessions.
Please choose one of the hands-on slots indicated on the agenda during the registration procedure. 

The workshop is equally suited for students, Ph.D. students, postdocs and technicians.
Prior knowledge in image analysis, arivis software or experience with the HIVE is not required.

For additional Information please check the workshop page.
Application deadline 17 November 2019

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