Biomedical Image Informatics
We are investigating and developing methods providing efficient access to information encoded in biomedical images.
Imaging is one of the key data acquisition technologies in medicine and life sciences and an extremely fast evolving technology delivering increasingly detailed insights into structure and function of organisms. This rich source of information enables fundamental insights into biological processes, but also supports the ongoing efforts to realize personalized medicine. However, scientists and physicians are confronted with an ongoing explosion of imaging data that has to be processed, inspected, analyzed and correlated and the ability to efficiently get access to the core information encoded in this data decides on its final usefulness.
The Biomedical Image Informatics Group is an interdisciplinary team addressing the above challenge by providing novel visual computing solutions covering complete image based workflows in medicine and life science.
Recent solutions developed by the group cover high performance image analysis solutions for radiology, visualization solutions for intervention planning, radar image analysis for environmental studies and the development of complete IT infrastructures for management, analysis, visualization and data mining of large image data collections for neurosciences. The group is IT partner of the Correlated Multi-Modal Imaging Node Austria (CMI) that is providing access to high end imaging modalities and imaging services in Austria.
- Biomedical and industrial image processing and analysis
- Machine learning, Deep learning
- Biomedical visualization
- Image data mining and spatial indexing
- Image data and open research data management
- Human computer interaction
- Artificial Intelligence
Behind our smart solutions and software are smart and driven people.
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Press coverage & Lectures
The expertise of our Biomedical Image Informatics research group is in high demand - read all about it in various recent press articles or see dates for upcoming lectures:
- Katja Bühler is a speaker at AICI Forum Villach (Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Imaging), Dec 2019
- "Mehr als Science Fiction" in Report+ Jan, 2019
- "Krankheitserkennung durch Künstliche Intelligenz" in Der Standard Sept, 2018
- "AI-Use Cases statt Buzzwort-Bingo" in Der Brutkasten Sept, 2018
- Katja Bühler was a speaker at the 1st Artificial Intelligence Conference in Austria
- Healthcare: AGFA Healthcare, BrainCon, Aquilab, Medtronics, Medical University Vienna, Universitaetsklinikum Freiburg, Oncolopole Toulouse, Donau University Krems, Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de Lisboa, Medical University of Graz
- Life Sciences and Biology: Institute of Molecular Pathology Vienna, CNRS - Tefor.net, HHMI, Baxter, University Konstanz, Correlated Multi Modal Imaging Node Austria, coopNatura
- Computer Science and HCI: TU Wien, Vienna University, RWTH Aachen, University Magdeburg, TU Delft
eScience Software-Platform Brain*
Management, Analysis and Visualization in eScience.
Integrative Visual Computing
Strategic research project.
Integrative Visual Computing for Future Radiology
Platform supporting an integrated analysis of image and multiOMICs data based on liquid biopsies for tumor diagnostics
Big Data for Neurosciences
Data analysis, data mining and data management challenges related to Neuroscience research.
Tools for Mining Global and Local Brain Networks
Contributing data analytics and visualization tools.
The Larval 4D Standard Brain of Drosophila Melanogaster on a Single Cell Level
Comprehensive 4D reconstruction of the about 10.000 neurons of the larval brain.
Visual Computing Techniques for Automated Detection of Osteoporosis and Osteoarthritis
Knowledge Models for Robust Biomedical Image Analysis
strategic research project
Next Generation Workflows for Interactive Knowledge Generation from Images and Simulations.
Software for the Use of Multi-Modality images in External Radiotherapy
The analysis, visualisation and exploration of high dimensional image spaces are the subject of research of the KAFus project.