Collaboration with the Centre for Image Analysis

At the Centre for Image Analysis, we promote interdisciplinary collaboration that advances image analysis and its application field. We are hosted at the Department of Information Technology.

Collaborating organisations

Within CBA are numerous collaborators from other departments, universities, and non-academic institutions. Below are some of the collaborating organisations listed.

Analytic Imaging Diagnostics Arena (AIDA) is a Swedish arena for research and innovation on artificial intelligence (AI) for medical image analysis. Here, academia, healthcare and industry meet to translate technical advances in AI technology into patient benefit in the form of clinically useful tools. Researchers associated with CBA are engaged in the Board of AIDA and part of several of its ongoing research projects.
More information about AIDA

The National SciLifeLab/NMI BioImage Informatics Facility (BIIF) provides support and education in image analysis to life science researchers in Sweden. BIIF has its main node at the Department of Information Technology and has an additional node connected to the School of Computer Science and Communication, KTH.
BIIF staff are very active members of CBA.
More information about Bioimage Informatics

The Centre for Digital Humanities at Uppsala University (CDHU) coordinates the digital transformation of Humanities and Social Sciences across Uppsala University. Researchers associated with CBA are engaged in the Board of CDHU and participate in several of the ongoing research projects at CDHU.
More information about CDHU

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematics in Uppsala promotes research collaborations between mathematical sciences and other disciplines and industry. The goal is to integrate mathematics and science in order to understand complex systems. A number of the attendees of the CIM graduate school are PhD students in Computerised Image Processing, and active members of CBA. Researchers associated with CBA are engaged in the Board of CIM and take part in several of the CIM's ongoing research projects.
More information about CIM

Unique national and international interdisciplinary expertise meets in a Centre for Women’s Mental Health during the Reproductive Lifespan, WOMHER. The Department of Information Technology and CBA contribute to the centre with expertise, projects, as well as involvement in the management group.
More information about WOMHER

MedTech Science & Innovation (MTSI) is a joint centre for medical engineering for Uppsala University and the Uppsala University Hospital. Partners in the centre are the disciplinary domains of Science and Technology, and Medicine and Pharmacy at Uppsala University, and Uppsala University Hospital. Some of the researchers associated with CBA are engaged in the Board of Medtech and also employed by the centre.
More information about MTSI

InfraVis is a Swedish national research infrastructure that pulls state-of-the-art visualization competence from nine Swedish partner universities to provide advanced visualization services on research data from any scientific domain. Researchers associated with CBA are engaged as application experts, instructors, and as the InfraVis node coordinator from Uppsala University.
More information about InfraVis

3D printing service specialised in the design and fabrication of custom-made pieces for use in biomedical research laboratories and in health care.
More information about U-PRINT

UPPMAX (Uppsala Multidisciplinary Center for Advanced Computational Science) is Uppsala University's resource of high-performance computers, large-scale storage and know-how of high-performance computing (HPC).
More information about UPPMAX

Swedish Society for Automated Image Analysis | SSBA
International Association for Pattern Recognition | IAPR

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