Correlative Image Processing and Analysis

    Infrastructure

      Infrastructure Details

      Acronym

      CIPA

      Description

      CIPA provides researchers access to expertise and user-friendly tools within the field of image analysis. CIPA can help with improving analysis workflow and methods, provide software support, access to hardware and guidance. CIPA has a close collaboration with NAISS (that since 2023 has replaced the Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC)) and the Lund university centre for scientific and technical computing (LUNARC). Here users can apply to use large-scale computing resources for analysis and simulations. CIPA is the coordinating unit at Lund University of the national VR (Swedish Research Council) funded Research Infrastructure InfraVis.

      Equipment and resources

      Open source/free programs such as ImageJ/Fiji, Scipion, Relion and CellProfiler

      Commercial programs such as MATLAB and through collaborations
      Arivis Vision 4D and Imaris Neurosicence.

      Contact CIPA directly for information on the programs as well as when required for booking.

      Services provided

      Within the field of image analysis CIPA can help with:
      • Improving methods and workflow
      • Provide access and support to advanced analysis software
      General support and project feedback

      Management of the infrastructure

      CIPA is hosted by Microscopy Community Lund University (MicLU) and formally under the board of MicLU.

      Type of infrastructure

      • Services

      Free keywords

      • image analysis
      • image processing
      • tomography
      • 2D
      • 3D
      • microscopy
      • confocal
      • spectroscopy
      • MAX IV
      • ESS
      • LBIC
      • MBio
      • MultiPark
      • imaging
      • visualisation
      • coordination
      • MicLU
      • synchrotron radiation
      • expertise
      • Humanities laboratory
      • nCHREM
      • single particle cryoEM
      • Virtual Reality lab
      • Positioning lab