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January 20, 2022
Gabrielle Kardon, Ph.D ., a professor of Human Genetics at University of Utah Health, is a recipient of a 2021 Pew Charitable Trust Innovation Award. She is one of 12 accomplished scientists with expertise in molecular biology, genetics,...
November 18, 2021
We are excited to announce the new release of our software, ShapeWorks 6.2! To download installation packages for Windows/Mac/Linux and/or the source code, please visit https://github.com/SCIInstitute/ShapeWorks/releases/tag/v6.2.0
November 17, 2021
In December of last year, the renowned Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico collapsed in spectacular fashion when the 900-ton equipment platform, suspended about 500 feet above the dish, came crashing down due to a support cable unraveling....
November 08, 2021
Bei Wang Phillips, a Faculty at the SCI Institute and an Assistant Professor at the School of Computing, and Arul Mishra and Himanshu Mishra, both Professors of Marketing at the David Eccles School of Business applied for the competitive Deep Tech...

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12:00pm: Imaging Seminar: Wenzheng Tao presents Learning Population-level Shape Statistics and Anatomy Segmentation From Images: A Joint Deep Learning Model

Wednesday, Jan 26

12:00pm: Visualization Seminar: Liz Marai , University of Illinois presents What is a "good" visual explanation of AI?

Monday, Jan 31

12:00pm: Imaging Seminar: David Joon Ho , Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center presents Deep learning-based whole slide image segmentation for efficient and reproducible assistance in pathology

Wednesday, Feb 2

12:00pm: Visualization Seminar: Kenneth Moreland , Oak Ridge National Laboratory presents TBD