Our team member, Dmitry Grechka, participated in the workshop at the 23rd International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI2020).
He gave a short talk titled “How to predict the ISUP grade of prostate biopsies scans with a combination of CNN and RNN” presenting his submission to the Prostate cANcer graDe Assessment (PANDA) Challenge.
Our lab participated in Azure Tech Lab 2019 event, that is held by Microsoft Russia in Moscow every 2 years.
The events like this help us to develop, maintain and share state of the art research and development methods, techniques and experiences.
On the photo our Machine Learning expert, Dmitry Grechka, who participated in AI technologies lectures track.
Our lab developed a video stream analysis system that detects the cases of protective wear absence on workers in the production and industry areas.
The solution gives an ability to detect the facts of safety rule violations (absence of protective helment) just in time.
Connecting the system with the CCTV network provides a constant control over areas.
The demo video is here.
Our lab in collaboration with MSU Faculty of Geology developed a tool for core samples annotation with a tablet.
The tool can help the geologists to effectively annotate extracted core samples both the field and in the core sample storages.
The annotation work became simpler as it is possible now to take a photos of sample, annotate it, while actively moving around sample boxes with tablet in hands.
One more of our projects is open source now! BioModelAnalyzer is a state-of-the-art tool for sketching and exploring complex biological systems.
BioModelAnalyzer has been developed together by Microsoft Research and our team since 2014. Its source code is now available on the GitHub.
New paper has been published about BioModelAnalyzer tool jointly developed by Microsoft Research and our lab.
Two members of our team are co-authors. Congratulations!
Angara.Charting – a charting library developed by our group with support by Microsoft Research appears in The Visual Studio Blog.
Our team participated in the DevCon School 2016 diving deep into latest technology trends.
On the photo Elena Pochernina, our expert in scientific visualization, explores virtual worlds using Microsoft HoloLens device.
FetchClimate, a collaborative project of our lab and Microsoft Research, goes open source!
Now it is open for further development to the community. The licence is MIT so we hope that it is a great opportunity for other research groups like us to start new innovative project using FetchClimate code base.
The paper about our FetchClimate service is published in Ecography journal. Congratulations to Dmitry Grechka and all the authors!