Macro Programming in ImageJ, March 18th

We are happy to announce the third edition of our ImageJ workshop!

ImageJ is an open source image processing software designed for scientific image analysis. Its most often used distribution is called Fiji. This software has a lot of built-in functions and plugins. ImageJ has its own programming language based on Java. As scientists, we often want to perform image analysis on large datasets (detecting hundreds of particles on hundreds of images). If you don’t want to click the dots for all eternity, writing a macro is the perfect solution.

During this workshop you will learn how to automate some of your analyses by writing simple macros in ImageJ. Prerequisites for this workshop are basic skills in any programming language as well as basic knowledge of what ImageJ can do.

Workshop will take place March 18th, 9AM – 3 PM. Please find the application form HERE. We wait for applications until March 18 th. The cost of the workshop is 60 PLN.

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Kacper Łukasiewicz PhD, is a postdoctoral scholar in the Zuo Laboratory, MCD Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz. During his PhD in the Laboratory of Molecular Basis of Behavior in Nencki Institute he worked on alcohol-induced memory impairment and analyzed hundreds of images from immunostainings (and saved hundreds of hours using ImageJ macros for this).