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The licenciate student Edwin Espinoza presented a poster entitled "Cell Cluster Segmentation Based on Global and Local Thresholding for In-Situ Microscopy" at the 2006 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging" (IEEE ISBI-2006), Arlington, Virginia, USA, April 5-9, 2006.

From February 16th to February 28th Dr. Martinez was visiting the "Institut fuer Informationsverarbeitung" (TNT) at the University of Hannover, Germany. During his visit he also participated as a member of the PhD evaluation committee for Thorsten Thormaehlen.

Two papers describing research works carried out at the IPCV-LAB were accepted for publication at IEEE ICASSP-2006 and IEEE ISBI-2006.

Dr. Geovanni Martinez participated in the second workshop organized by the Alumni DAAD-UCR Program entitled "Searching For New Funding in Germany for Academic Applications", San Jose, Costa Rica, 16th-18th July, 2005.

Dr. Choon-Ho Kim, President of the Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI), visited the IPCV-LAB.

Dr. Yaffa Yeshurum, Assistant Professor and Member of the Cognitive Psychology Group at the University of Haifa, Israel, visited the IPCV-LAB.

Dr. Geovanni Martinez participated in the elaboration of a paper describing the state of the art of science and technology in Costa Rica in the folowing areas: Biomedical Imaging, Bioinformatic, One-Dimesnional Signal Processing, Image Processing, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, for the project entitled "Estrategia Siglo XXI" sponsored by the CR-USA Foundation, San Jose, Costa Rica.

Dr. Geovanni Martinez participated in the first workshop organized by the Alumni DAAD-UCR Program entitled "Searching For New Funding in Germany for Academic Applications", San Jose, Costa Rica, 6th-8th July, 2005.

Dr. Babette Regierer, Scientific Manager, Institue for Biochemistry and Biology, University of Potsdam, Germany, visited the IPCV-LAB.

Dr. Geovanni Martinez gave a talk entitled "Image Processing and Computer Vision Research Laboratory (IPCV-LAB)" at the Cellular and Molecular Biology Research Center (CIBCM) of the University of Costa Rica.

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