Vironova is participating in the research project “Hierarchical Analysis of Temporal and Spatial Image Data” which the Swedish foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) has announced 29 M SEK in funding for.
Other partners in the project are Astra Zeneca and SciLifeLab and the project is headed by Professor Carolina Wählby at Uppsala University Department of Information Technology. Vironova is represented by CTO Ida-Maria Sintorn who also holds the position as Associate Professor in computerized image processing at Uppsala University.
Vironova’s core expertise lies in electron microscopy.
“Research collaborations, like this one in the area of big data, are the life blood of Vironova. The company has grown out of a multi-disciplinary research base in electron microscopy, digital imaging devices, software development and image analysis. We continue to nurture the scientific expertise and collaborations that are at the core of our strongest competitive advantage.” Mohammed Homman, CEO, Vironova AB.