We believe that connecting experts from universities and companies strengthen competitiveness and efficiency. Therefore, we are proud of our strategical partnerships which enable us to share innovative ideas and latest knowledge not only from the area of medicine or bioengineering.
Medicem Institute s.r.o.
Company cooperates with a team interested in Imaging in Ophthalmology on a design of a system for a pupil sensing during a defocusing curve measurement. The design and methodology implementation for a pupil size measurement are a part of this cooperation.
Philips Healthcare, Netherlands
The team of Classic Imaging Modalities is proud of its long-term contract research and development of specialised algorithms and methods of medical image data from computed tomography analysis with the company Philips Healthcare. Clinical workplaces from Italy (Istituto Scientifico Romagnolo per lo Studio e la Cura dei Tumori – IRST, Istituto di Ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico – IRCCS) and from the Czech Republic (Všeobecná fakultní nemocnice v Praze, Nemocnice u Sv. Anny Brno) take part in this cooperation too.
BTL zdravotnická technika, a.s.
MDT – Medical Data Transfer, s.r.o.
Photon System Instruments, s.r.o.
Academic and research institutions
Friedrich-Alexander-University, Erlangen–Nürnberg, Germany
There is a cooperation in the area of advanced methods for diagnosis of glaucoma between the team of Imaging in Ophthalmology and the team of Friedrich-Alexander-University. It is mainly focused on a development of a binocular video – ophthalmoscope, on a methodology of retinal video sequence processing and on extraction of new diagnostic parameters.
University of Bergen, Norway
University of Bergen is a partner in development and method testing for quantitative UZV perfusion analysis with a goal to develop and use clinically the bolus & burst method at Diagnostic Department of the local hospital.
Center for Systems Biology, Dresden, Germany
A developing cooperation of teams Imaging of Images in Microscopy with Center for Systems Biology focuses on a design and a development of methods for microscopic sequences image analysis, specifically on segmentation and cell tracking.
Institute of Biotechnology at University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague This institution is a long-term partner of a team specialised on sequencing of the bacterial transcriptome. Together, they focus on a research and a description of actions connected mainly with a production of butanol using the strain Clostridium beijerinckii NRRL B-598.
Masaryk University, Brno Our department successfully cooperates with departments of Masaryk University on long-term bases. The team of Image processing in Microscopy cooperates with Biological Institute in the area of holographic microscope image analysis focused on tumor cells, cell death analysis or a cell cycle
CEITEC, Brno The team of Classic Imaging Modalities and CEITEC cooperate in systematic use of methods for processing and analysis of image data coming from X-ray Computed Tomography (μCT) practical for spatial analysis of the structure of porous collagen carriers – scaffolds.
Center of Molecular and Gene Therapy, Children’s Hospital, University Hospital Brno The team Genome compilation and digital signal processing develops for this center new methods of genetic data analysis for more exact description of the emergence and spread of bacterial antibiotic resistance and genotypization of new bacterial strains.
Technische Universität Wien, Austria
Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Czech Academy of Science
Palacký University, Olomouc
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