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Pratical Session: Image Analysis using Machine learning

September 17th, 2020
14.00-15.30 e 16.00-17.30

Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering - Sapienza University of Rome
Affreschi Room

 

The event will be held ONLY in attendance

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PROGRAMME

•   Brief introduction to Machine Learning: training the program, learning from examples and experiences, finding relationships

•   The ZEN Platform: the microscope software permitting to unleash all features of an imaging station

•   From Acquisition to Processing of an Image: how to set up a correct workflow

•   Case studies: 

-   one standard image analysis vs. Machine learning-based analysis: different approaches and tools 

-   one complex case (impossible with standard image analysis): how machine learning permits to overcome 
     hard tasks without tedious manual measurements 

 

 

SPEAKER:

 

Dr. Silvia ContessiThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In the last four years I made research in the field of soil contamination and environmental restoration, in the framework of a doctoral course in Earth Sciences at Padua University, which will be completed this year. My scientific interests also deal with the development of low CO2 alternative binders and the re-utilization and valorization of industrial wastes. Since mid-2019 I joined Zeiss as an Application specialist for Material Science Microscopy. 

 

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