First External Workshop
on
Image Sequence Processing
to Study Dynamical Processes

The first external workshop on image sequence processing to study dynamical processes was held on June 4-6, 1997. The location of the Workshop was the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, University of Heidelberg. It was hosted by the DFG Research Unit "Image Sequence Analysis to Investigate Dynamic Processes". Participans of the DFG Research Group include the Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, the Institute for Environmental Physics and the Institute for Botany.

SpeakerTopic
Mark Stitt
Institute for Botany,
U Heidelberg
Growth processes in botany
Ulrich Platt
Institute for Environmental Physics,
U Heidelberg
Atmospheric chemistry
Bernd Jähne
IWR and Institute for Environmental Physics,
U Heidelberg
Small-scale air-sea interaction
Christoph Cremer
Institute for Applied Physics,
U Heidelberg
Approaches to the analysis of the dynamical 3-D structure of the human genome
Rainer Fink
Institute for Physiology II,
U Heidelberg
Cellular and molecular physiology of the dynamics of Ca regulation and contractility
Dietmar Uttenweiler
Institute for Physiology II,
U Heidelberg
Mathematical modeling and fluorescence imaging of Ca turnover in muscles
Katharina Siebke
Institute of Botany,
U Münster
Chlorophyll-imaging in plant leaves
Bernd Jähne
IWR and Institute for Environmental Physics,
U Heidelberg
High-resolution concentration measurements of dissolved gases by fluorescence imaging
Günter Balschbach
Institute for Environmental Physics,
U Heidelberg
Jochen Klinke
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Imaging of short wind waves in the laboratory and at sea
Hanno Scharr
IWR, U Heidelberg
Filter optimization for image sequence processing
Michael Schultz
IWR, U Heidelberg
Photogrammetric calibration of CCD cameras on the basis of image sequences
Bernhard Kalusche
Physics Institute,
U Würzburg
NMR imaging in biological materials
Udo Sedig
IWR, U Heidelberg
Radiometric and spectrometric calibration of CCD cameras
Carsten Leue
Institute for Environmental Physics,
U Heidelberg
Retrieval of atmospheric NO2 concentrations from the GOME satellite data
Ricarda Hoogen
Institute for Remote Sensing,
U Bremen
Ozone profile retrieval from GOME data
Andreas Stolz
IWR, U Heidelberg
Imaging IR differential absorption spectroscopy for in situ measurements of CO2 profiles in wind/wave flumes
Horst Haußecker
IWR, U Heidelberg
A tensor approach for image sequence processing
Hans Burkhardt
Computer Science,
U Freiburg
Invariants for Pattern Recognition
David Fleet
Queens University,
Canada
Learning Parameterized Models of Image Motion
Jochen Klinke
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Richard Fitzenberger
IWR U Heidelberg
Wave number spectra of short wind waves: new data and new methods
Joerg Seemann
GKSS Research Center Geesthacht
Estimation of 2-dimensional spectra from image sequences of a nautical radar
Markus Beyer
IWR, U Heidelberg
Long wave/short wave interaction
Christian M. Senet
GKSS Research Center Geesthacht
Estimation of the flow at the ocean surface from image sequences of a nautical radar
Horst Haussecker
Uwe Schimpf

IWR, U Heidelberg
Measurements of the microturbulence at the sea surface and the air-sea gas transfer rate
E. Bock
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
The influence of short wind waves on air-water gas transfer
Stefan Dauwe
IWR and Institute for Botany,
U Heidelberg
Active IR imaging of plant leaves
Dominik Schmundt
Uli Schurr

IWR and Institute for Botany,
U Heidelberg
Area-resolved plant leave growth studies
Bill Asher
Applied Physics Laboratory,
U Washington, Seattle
Bubble mediated gas transfer in seawater and freshwater
Peter Geißler
Alexander von Busse

IWR, U Heidelberg
Imaging measurement techniques for bubble spectra and fluxes
Xin Zhang
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Improving Particle Imaging Velocimetry (PIV) for measuring fine flow structures near the sea surface
Frank Hering
IWR, U Heidelberg
Structure tensor and multiscale particle imaging velocimetry as velocity estimators for tracking
Roland Eils
IWR, U Heidelberg
Multidimensional and multichannel imaging for the analysis of the human genome

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