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Multiscale Image Based Modelling in Biology

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In this talk I will describe a state of the art image based modelling in several seemingly different areas ranging from biomedical (lymphatic, vascular and lung system) to agricultural problems of plant soil interaction. I will describe the workflow from imaging (X-ray CT, XRF , SEM-EDX, histology), image reconstruction, image segmentation, computation and how to utilise this work stream to acquire new scientific knowledge. In particular I will also outline several challenges and bottle necks in this process to hopefully stimulate discussion about how these can be addressed.

This talk is part of the Applied Mathematics Seminar Series series.

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