HATSID project funded by SSF


A group of UPPMAX users have received funding from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) as part of an initiative on Big Data.

Carolina Wählby, Andreas Hellander, and Ola Spjuth received 29 MSEK for a project named HATSID: Hierarchical Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Image Data. The aim of the project is to develop new methods for processing large volumes of microscopy data. More specifically, they intend to develop computationally efficient measurements for data description, confidence-driven machine learning for determination of interestingness, and a theory and framework to apply intelligent spatial and temporal information hierarchies, distributing data to computational resources and storage options based on low-level image features.

More information can be found on the HATSID webpage and SSF's press release.

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