Paper accepted for presentation at MIDL 2022

Our paper on nucleus segmentation with local rotation invariance has been accepted for poster presentation at the Medical Imaging with Deep Learning (MIDL) conference 2022. As one of the first in-person conferences (hybrid) in our field, MIDL, held in Zürich, 6 – 8 July 2022, will be a great opportunity to catch up with researchers in our field and discuss our work.

Illustration of segmentation predictions robustness with respect to input orientation. The red color map indicates the average pixel-wise difference. which is averaged across the six pairs of 90◦ rotations

Full paper “Multi-Organ Nucleus Segmentation Using a Locally Rotation Invariant Bispectrum U-Net“, V. Oreiller, J. Fageot, V. Andrearczyk, J. O. Prior and A. Depeursinge, available online: