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Correlative Image Processing and Analysis

The research infrastructure for Correlative Image Processing and Analysis (CIPA) aims at reducing the gap between the amount of acquired and consequently analysed images. CIPA is financed by Lund University, FoS and FoM infrastructure funding.

Why CIPA? 

  • CIPA works with small and large datasets generated with different techniques and instruments, including synchrotron beam lines.   
  • CIPA can help strengthen the design of your experiment as well as the retrieval of quantitative information from images. 

Services offered by CIPA: 

  1. High performance workflows and method development 
  2. Image processing and analysis 
  3. Guidance and tutorial to software 
  4. Access to computer work stations with image processing and analysis software
  5. Access to on-site application expertise and tools  

Learn more about the cost of services offered by CIPA. 

CIPA vision 

To meet the growing need for visualization, CIPA aiprovides a set of skilled application experts in image processing and analysis, to serve users from Lund University as well as, to the largest extent possible, users from elsewhere, including industry and private companies, both on-site and remotely through user-friendly tools and systems.  


Contacts for CIPA

Kajsa M. Paulsson, CIPA Director
kajsa_m [dot] paulsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se (kajsa_m[dot]paulsson[at]med[dot]lu[dot]se)

Emanuel Larsson, CIPA Coordinator
emanuel [dot] larsson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se