Image Computing & Information Technologies
Microscopy on life science delivers concrete, visible evidence of natural events at the sub-micrometer scale. However, without state-o f-the-art imaging tools even the finest reseach project has no future.
Skillful integration of imaging equipment and software from various providers combines the finest of all units to a cutting edge equipment and lets you to perform the experiments you need to probe your ideas – not only today but also tomorrow.
Exactly what you need, when you need it – and we can do it.
Who are we?
ICIT is a group of free-lance imaging experts with the ambition to master the whole process of scientific microscopy from experimental planning to imaging to image processing and to quantitative analysis.
Our ultimate goal is to save your time and resources and help you to get the results you need.
What can we do for you?
With our background on biosciences and science imaging we understand your goals and problems.
Whether you need advice on imaging, image processing or analysis, or are thinking of updating your hardware or software – you can find it all at ICIT.
We are dedicated to find you a solution and save your time and resources. A solution that will fly not only today but also tomorrow and the days to come.
Experience on imaging is not something that we can sell you – but with our expertice help you can start becoming experienced on imaging!
For us it doesn’t matter if you’re a student, professor or a scientist working for a company. The most important motivation for us is to get you doing imaging correctly from the beginning. We have divided the scientific part of our support in the following categories:
Image Computing & Information Technologies (ICIT)
Dr. Mika Ruonala, Ph.D., Kapersburgstrasse 12 60437 Frankfurt am Main Germany
Phone: +49 (0)179 733 6594 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org International tax-ID: DE 305 377 80
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