Olivier Burri

AI 0140 (Bâtiment AI)
Station 15
1015 Lausanne

Web site:  Web site:  https://biop.epfl.ch/

Administrative data

Fields of expertise

Development of bioimage analysis workflows and algorithms to extract quantitative data from microscopy images

Tools & Software:
ImageJ/Fiji, CellProfiler, ilastik, Imaris, Arivis, Matlab, RStudio, IntelliJ, Eclipse, Jupyter Notebooks

Programming languages:
Java, Groovy, JavaScript, TypeScript, PHP, Python, R, C, C ,  Matlab, Bash


Infoscience publications

Teaching & PhD

MOOC: Image Processing & Analysis for Life Scienti

Since 2017, Romain Guiet, Nicolas Chiaruttini, Arne Seitz and myself have created and maintain the course Image Processing and Analysis for Life Scientists, which is available on EdX and Courseware for EPFL members.

It is a basic image analysis for life scientists with a non-engineering background. The main goal is to teach how to address and solve scientific questions by state of the art image analysis strategies. It is self-paced and open to everyone!


Image Processing for Life Science

Registration details will be announced via email. It takes place from September to December & intends to teach image processing with a strong emphasis of applications in life sciences. The idea is to enable the participants to solve image processing questions via workflows independently.