23 November 2017

NWO officially awarded the Perspectief project Efficient Deep Learning (EDL) on Thursday, 21 November 2017.

RIHS researchers participate with two topics in this national program:
  • Real-time monitoring of patients during MRI-guided surgery. Project leader: Henkjan Huisman. (photo left)
  • Pathology specimen analysis. Project leader: Jeroen van der Laak. (photo right)
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