Katharina Kriegel

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Published on 24.01.2024

Helmholtz Imaging Newsletter Issue No. 13

Discover what’s new in the Helmholtz Imaging world and on our partner platforms including registration & call for abstracts for our annual conference in May & call for images to win best image 2024!


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Image: Alena Prudnikava, HZB

Published on 19.01.2024

The Helmholtz Imaging Roadshow comes to HZB

Join us on 29 February 2024 for an engaging information session at 10-12 pm at HZB Adlershof & on 7 March at 11 am for a virtual Open Office Hour!

Explore captivating scientific images from our 2023 contest, showcased from 19-29 February 2024.


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Published on 10.01.2024

Helmholtz GPU Hackathon

Apply as a team by 31 January 2024!


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Published on 05.01.2024

Reinforcing AI in Cancer Research: Annika Reinke Awarded Richtzenhain Doctoral Prize

The Richtzenhain Doctoral Prize recognizes Annika Reinke’s pioneering work at Helmholtz Imaging and DKFZ in advancing biomedical image analysis for cancer research.


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Published on 19.12.2023

Metrics Reloaded Recommendations Framework Wins Top Recognition at Helmholtz AI Awards

Lena Maier-Hein, Annika Reinke, Minu Tizabi, Ali Emre Kavur and Paul Jäger accepted the award for the best digital resource on behalf of a large consortium.



Published on 17.11.2023

Best Scientific Image Contest 2024

The call for the best scientific image 2024 is open. Submit your images by 23 February 2024 for a chance to win best image & prizes totaling 5000 EUR.


Assisted by AI methods, researchers are striving to improve the manufacturing processes for highly efficient perovskite solar cells (Photo: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT)
Image: Amadeus Bramsiepe, KIT

Published on 16.11.2023

AI for Perovskite Solar Cells: Key to Better Manufacturing

Artificial Intelligence methods guide researchers in developing improved manufacturing processes for highly efficient solar cells – a blueprint for other research areas.


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Published on 15.11.2023

Helmholtz Imaging Newsletter Issue No. 12

Discover what’s new in the Helmholtz Imaging world and on our partner platforms including our new projects, a new software and grant opportunities!


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Published on 13.11.2023

Deep Dive into Imaging at the 2nd Incubator Summer Academy

Helmholtz Imaging curated a course package spanning the entire imaging pipeline. In this recap, we present a brief overview of the discussed topics, along with materials for your personal training and use.


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Image: Damiano Lingauri on Unsplash

Published on 07.11.2023

nnU-Net Paper: Among the Top 10 Performing Papers in Nature Methods

Over the last four years, nnU-Net, the cutting-edge tool from Helmholtz Imaging, has made significant strides, and is now ranking among the top 10 performing papers in the journal Nature Methods.


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Image: HIDA

Published on 19.10.2023

Helmholtz Career Day for Data Science and IT

Join HIDA’s virtual Career Day on 22 November 2023 to learn about different Data Science and IT career fields and meet Helmholtz employers!


Group picture of a meeting of the Pelagic Imaging Consortium and Helmholtz Imaging on 5 October 2023 at DESY

Published on 17.10.2023

Helmholtz Imaging takes a Deep Dive into the Ocean

The Pelagic Imaging Consortium met with Helmholtz Imaging to get to know each other, find synergies, and lay the groundwork for future endeavors.


iPSC-derived sensory neurons as a patient specific model of neurotoxicity
Image: Christian Schinke, DZNE

Published on 17.10.2023

Open position: Adviser Data & Information Science

Apply by 7 November 2023 for this open position at the Head Office of the Helmholtz Assocation in Berlin!


Simulation of electric field lines during laser acceleration of electrons with the high-power laser DRACO at HZDR
Image: Lukas Zühl, HZDR/Prof. Stefan Gumhold, TU Dresden

Published on 12.10.2023

Frontiers of Synchrotron and XFEL Research at High Magnetic Fields

Join this workshop on 8-10 November 2023 at HZDR in Dresden to discuss the latest research results obtained using X-ray radiation sources and high magnetic fields.


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Image: Aikaterini Kourpa, MDC

Published on 21.09.2023

Helmholtz Reproducibility Workshop

Join this workshop on 16 November 2023 in Potsdam & delve into the core of reproducible science! Registration is open until 31 October 2023.