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Revision as of 14:46, 8 August 2019

The Eliceiri lab, also known as the Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation, is an interdisciplinary biophotonics laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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LOCI plays a very active role in the ImageJ community:

  • LOCI launched the ImageJ2, SCIFIO and SciJava Common projects, and continues to drive their development.
  • Together with CSBD/MPI-CBG, LOCI maintains the Fiji project.
  • LOCI founded the Bio-Formats project, and led the project's development for several years.
  • LOCI regularly funds and hosts hackathons intended to foster community development of open source biological software projects.
  • LOCI hosts the imagej.net web services, as well as related services including fiji.sc and openspim.org.

LOCI is a founding member of the SciJava collaboration, and a partner of the Open Microscopy Environment consortium.

Developers

Alumni

See also