Computational Bioimaging

This group focuses on research in computational imaging and analysis of biomedical images. This includes developing algorithms for image deconvolution and super-resolution in optical microscopy, three-dimensional tomography reconstruction from projections, and, more generally, combining unusual sensing devices and approaches with computational methods to produce images ideally-suited for the observation and quantification of complex and live biological systems.

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Current Group Members

LIEBLING, Michael
(Senior Researcher, UC Santa Barbara Adjunct Professor)
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JAQUES, Christian
(Research Assistant)
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MARIANI, Olivia
(Research Assistant)
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SHAJKOFCI, Adrian
(Research Assistant)
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Alumni

  • CHAN, Kevin

Current Projects

Recent Projects

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Group News

Idiap of Martigny develops a new imaging system for research
research — Nov 06, 2017

The Idiap Research Institute develops a new imaging system for research. The precision instrument has been built together with the air base of Sion and could be used by companies and the Universities of Applied Science of the Canton.

Best student paper award for Nikhil Chacko, UCSB student, at ISBI'15
research — May 06, 2015

Nikhil Chacko, graduate student in electrical and computer engineering at UCSB in Michael Liebling's lab (Idiap Research Institute and UCSB), received a Best Student Paper Award (sponsored by Amazon and the IEEE Journal on Biomedical and Health Informatics) at the IEEE International Conference on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI'15), held 16-19 April 2015 in Brooklyn, NY.

New research groups at Idiap
research — Jul 09, 2014

The Idiap Research Institute is proud to announce that 2 new researchers have recently joined the research team. Sylvain Calinon and Michael Liebling will reinforce, complement and develop the Institute’s expertise and competencies in human-robot interaction and computational bioimaging.