By Robin Brooks
ImageXD offered a unique opportunity for researchers who use images as a primary source of data to gather together to collaborate, problem-solve, network and learn new skills.
A breakout session at the 2015 Moore-Sloan Data Science Environment Summit led to the formation of this gathering, which was held June 7 – 9, 2016.
Fifty researchers from 14 institutions with expertise in computer vision, microscopy, materials imaging, photography, earth science, neuroscience, astronomy, software development, and more, participated.
For in-depth coverage, see the blog post co-authored by Ariel Rokem, eScience Institute data fellow and co-organizer of the event.