Journal: PLOS ONE

Marc Tanti, Camille Berruyer, Paul Tafforeau, Adrian Muscat, Reuben Farrugia, Kenneth Scerri, Gianluca Valentino, V. Armando Solé, and Johann A. Briffa, Automated segmentation of microtomography imaging of Egyptian mummies, PLOS ONE, vol. 16, no. 12, p. e0260707, 2021. Accepted: [plosone2021-submitted] Published: [plosone2021-published] (original link) Other: Git Repository, Data Sets Copyright notice Continue reading Journal: PLOS ONE

ASEMI test pitch video for ATTRACT

Reblogging something I wrote for the ASEMI project website, that perhaps may be of interest to readers of this blog. A few months ago, our project team was asked to submit a short test pitch video to the ATTRACT consortium, in preparation for the final conference presentations to be held in September. We had already booked a session with colleagues in the Marketing, Communications & … Continue reading ASEMI test pitch video for ATTRACT

Interview on Ras Imb Ras about our project and local research & education

Two weeks ago, right after returning from the Kick-off Meeting for Funded ATTRACT Projects at CERN, I was again driving to the Public Broadcasting Services Ltd. studios in Gwardamanġa. This time I was invited for a pre-recorded interview (in Maltese) with Mario Xuereb for his series Ras Imb Ras. We started with our project on the automatic segmentation of microtomography images of Egyptian mummies, in … Continue reading Interview on Ras Imb Ras about our project and local research & education

Interview on TVAM about our recently funded project

Yesterday’s work started in an unusual way with me heading off to the Public Broadcasting Services Ltd. studios in Gwardamanġa, for a live 08:00 interview (in Maltese) with Quinton Scerri and Clara Farrugia on the morning programme TVAM. The topic is our recently awarded project on the automatic segmentation of microtomography images of Egyptian mummies, in collaboration with the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in … Continue reading Interview on TVAM about our recently funded project

Automated Segmentation of Microtomography Imaging

[Updated 23-May-2019: added link to call for post-doc.] Together with other members of the Data Science Research Group (DSRG) at the University of Malta, in collaboration with the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in France, we have recently been awarded a €100,000 grant to research methods for automatically segmenting microtomography images of Egyptian mummies. The official announcement can be found on the University’s Newspoint. A … Continue reading Automated Segmentation of Microtomography Imaging