Multimodal Image Analysis

The joint analysis of multiple images of the same specimen acquired in different imaging modalities is typically used to obtain more information about the specimen than is possible from just a single modality. Multi-modal imaging often requires image alignment because the specimen is usually physically moved from one imaging instrument into another or at least some changes of the optical path are needed that can modify geometrical properties of images. Having the images aligned the different modalities can be used for improving observed object segmentation or better understand various properties of the specimen.

Our group develops methods for joint analysis of multimodal images of different kinds. The recent projects are focused on: