They originate from our research groups as well as from projects funded by us, theses supervised by us and collaborations initiated through us.
To be listed here, Helmholtz Imaging must have made a significant contribution to the provision of the software, be mentioned in the acknowledgements, or provide at least one of the authors.
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The purpose of this publication archive is not only to provide bibliographic data of Helmholtz Imaging publications, but also to provide access to the full text, as far as this is possible with respect to copyright.
Helmholtz Imaging Projects are granted to cross-disciplinary research teams that identify innovative research topics at the intersection of imaging and information & data science, initiate cross-cutting research collaborations, and thus underpin the growth of the Helmholtz Imaging network. These annual calls are based on the general concept for Helmholtz Imaging and are in line with the future topics of the Initiative and Networking Fund (INF).
Helmholtz Imaging captures the world of science. Discover unique data sets, ready-to-use software tools, and top-level research papers.
The platform’s output originates from our research groups as well as from projects funded by us, theses supervised by us and collaborations initiated through us. Altogether, this showcases the whole diversity of Helmholtz Imaging.
At the beginning of the imaging pipeline is the data acquisition, which measures the change of an emitted signal when interacting with sample. This change can be measured physically on the one hand and modeled mathematically on the other. For a known sample, the response of the physical system can be determined from the model. Far more often, however, one would like to infer the nature of the sample from the measured response. To do this, the mathematical model must be inverted. These so-called inverse problems are at the heart of almost every imaging technique.
The amount of image data, algorithms and visualization solutions is growing vastly. This results in the urgent demand for integration across multiple modalities and scales in space and time. We develop and provide HIP solutions that can handle the very heterogeneous image data from the research areas of the Helmholtz Association without imposing restrictions on the respective image modalities. To lay the groundwork for the implementation of HIP solutions, our team at MDC will focus on the following research topics: