Welcome to the GW4 Imaging Network group site.

This website is a directory and forum where GW4-area bioscientists, mathematicians, systems biologists, physicists, geographers, medics, engineers, psychologists, computing scientists and anyone else with an interest in image acquisition and analysis can find collaborators or colleagues with similar imaging interests, problems and solutions.


In addition to the website, we run a series of workshops throughout the year, which are of interest to members of the network. Details of all GW4 activities and news and activities across the South West, UK and internationally will appear here as they become available.

Recent Posts

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Advanced image Analysis: a training workshop for GW4 researchers

Advanced image Analysis: a training workshop for GW4 researchers Date: 14th-16th January 2015  Venue: University of Bath Website: http://gw4.ac.uk/project/gw4-imaging-network/ Who should attend? Anyone doing or interested in doing image analysis tools in their research is welcome, from  PhD students to PIs. No previous experience in image analysis is required but it would be useful for attendees to fill out the […]

Data Visualization Workshop, 28 January 2015

Data Visualization Workshop Date: 28 January 2015  Time: 13:30 to 17:00 Venue: Washington Singer 219 Website: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/news/events/details/index.php?event=2562 Who should attend? In conjunction with the Big Data Challenges Series, The Exeter Imaging Network (EIN) would like to welcome anyone interested in generating, visualising, presenting and interpreting large and/or complex data sets to attend this workshop. Workshop aims: The workshop is designed to […]


Imaging the Cytoskeleton EIN workshop

Date: 12 December 2014 Time: 14:00 to 18:00 Venue: Geoffrey Pope Building 328a All are welcome to attend the next Exeter Imaging Network workshop. The subject of the meeting will be “Imaging the Cytoskeleton” and focuses on phytopathogens and  medical science. Registration Please email rhbe201@exeter.ac.uk  Programme 14:00 The Phytophtora infestans actin cytoskeleton: its functions in hyphal growth and […]