Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

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Dr. Birgit Möller


Pattern Recognition and Bioinformatics
Institute of Computer Science
Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg
Von-Seckendorff-Platz 1
06099 Halle (Saale) / Germany

Room:   4.12
Phone:  ++49-345-55-24745  
Fax:      ++49-345-55-27039

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Research Interests

  • Pattern Recognition
  • Digital Image Processing
  • Active Vision
  • IImage Sequence Analysis & Tracking
  • Image Segmentation
  • Active Contour Techniques
  • Human-Machine-Interaction & Robotics
  • Analysis of Microscopy Images

Current Research

My research is mainly focused on the analysis of biomedical image data, applying techniques like segmentation with active contours, texture analysis or techniques of pattern classification. In addition, I am involved in research projects dealing with the analysis of video data of TV debates and of medieval documents.

I am one of the main developers of the software libraries Alida and MiToBo. The latter one is a toolbox of image processing and analysis algorithms based on Java. One of the main goals of both packages is to ease the development of new data and image analysis algorithms by allowing for automatic generation of graphical and command line user interfaces for implemented functionality.

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