The DeepHyperSpec project ‘Combining spectral and image information in the analysis of hyperspectral imaging data’ (NFR FriNaTek) will combine deep learning methods with multivariate modelling of scattering and absorption in biomedical vibrational spectroscopy in order to develop a new paradigm for the analysis of hyperspectral imaging data.
The kick-off meeting was held at Campus Ås, 14th-15th of May 2019.
The meeting participants were:
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Carol Hirschmugl, on skype: Ghazal Azarfar, Sugato Ray, Alex J Schofield, Nicholas Mark Walter
Ruhr University Bochum: Axel Mosig
Belarusian Academy of Sciences: Vassili Kovalev
NMBU: Kristin Tøndel, Valeria Tafintseva, Johanne Solheim, Maren Anna Brandsrud, Kristian Liland, Uladzislau Blazhko (also Belarusian Academy of Sciences), Stanislau Trukhan (also Belarusian Academy of Sciences), Achim Kohler.
on skype: University of Wesleyan: Reinhold Blümel.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology: Michael Nasse