Florian Jug

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Last edits on this page: February 2017

Research Interests

  • Quantitative Bioimage Informatics.
  • Inference and learning in discrete graphical models.
  • Artificial embryos for deep network learning.
  • Discrete optimization.
  • Cellular organization in developing tissues.
  • Transcriptional regulation and transcriptional stochasticity.
  • Quantifying cellular dynamics, e.g. IFT dynamics in Chlamydomonas.

Student?  Contact me and lets find a project matching both our interests!

News

  • It's a done deal -- I'm going to start my lab in March 2017! Exciting!!!
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  • Visiting the Hernan lab at UC Berkeley was so helpful! Tr2d's first real application, run and controlled from Matlab environment!
  • The methods paper describing MoMA is finally on BioRxiv!
    moma_logo@ github.com
  • Visiting the Goldstein lab at UNC was amazingly productive. (click to animate/enlarge)
    celegans_singleplane_plusflow_small celegans_ecells_3d_timelapse_small celegans_ecells_3d Celegans_artsy_membrane_predictions
  • Tr2d is close to first productive rollout in the lab of my collaborators in UC Berkeley. (click to enlarge)
    Tr2d screenshot flow Tr2d screenshot

Ongoing Collaborations

My work is, to a large degree, based on collaborations with groups conducting biological research as well as groups with which I develop image analysis and machine learning technology. I am a firm believer that collaborations benefit tremendously when all interacting parties have a shared understanding of the underlying biology, biophysics, and computational tools. The (alphabetic) list below does not contain short term collaborators.

Publications

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2005

  • Automated quality assurance for UML models [get the preprint]
    (joint with Tilman Seifert and Günther Rackl)
    Informatik LIVE, volume 2, pages 496-500. Jahrestagung Informatik 2005, Gesellschaft für Informatik, September 2005

Teaching Experience (@TU Dresden)

Course Assistance

Semester Title Lecturer
Spring 14 Machine Learning II Dmitrij Schlesinger,Carsten Rother

Teaching (@ETH Zurich)

Full Courses

Semester Title Lecturer
ST12 Graphs and Algorithms Florian Jug, Johannes Lengler

Course Assistance