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

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.