|Dipl. Inf. Mario Emmenlauer|
Address LMB, Freiburg (outdated):
Chair of Pattern Recognition and Image Processing
Georges-Koehler-Allee 052, room 01-017
D-79110 Freiburg i.Br., Germany
Address Bitplane AG, Zurich (current):
8048 Zurich, Switzerland
|Biological and medical signal processing, 3D and 4D (3D + Time), registration of large scale image datasets, fusion, spine- and neuron-tracing. Platform-independant programming in C/C++, templates, compilers, 64bit, CPU/GPU programming.|
M. Emmenlauer, O. Ronneberger, A. Ponti, P. Schwarb, A. Griffa, A. Filippi, R. Nitschke, W. Driever, and H. Burkhardt.
"Xuvtools: Free, fast and reliable stitching of large 3d datasets"
Journal of Microscopy (2009) Vol 233 Issue 1 pp. 42--60 (doi:10.1111/j.1365-2818.2008.03094.x)
Paper (on publisher site, free access) [pdf]
M. Emmenlauer, O. Ronneberger, H. Burkhardt, A. Ponti, P. Schwarb, R. Nitschke, and W. Driever.
"XuvTools: Fast and reliable stitching of large 3D datasets"
European Light Microscopy Initiative ELMI (2008)
M. Emmenlauer and O. Ronneberger and M. Temerinac and H. Burkhardt and A. Filippi and R. Nitschke and W. Driever
"Fast Automatic Recombination of Multiple 3D Datasets for Large Volumes and High Dynamic Range (HDR)"
49th Symposium of the Society for Histochemistry (2007)
XuvTools: Free, Fast and Reliable Stitching of Large 3D Datasets
XuvTools is a fully automatic software toolset for stitching very large 3D confocal microscope datasets (mosaics). Tiles have to be acquired without distortions, and need to have some overlap for the automatic placement to work. XuvTools is designed to be very fast and precise and to work without prior knowledge about recording positions (fully automatic).