CENTURI multi-engineering platform
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Overview of the platform

Submitted projects
Ongoing projects

CENTURI multi-engineering platform has been created to provide additional expertise in image processing, bioinformatics, optics/biophotonics , mechatronics, software/data management and neuroscience/data analytics. Our engineers are here to help and advise the CENTURI community in their daily research questions and/or participate in longer term projects. By organizing events and connecting different CENTURI labs, the platform hopes to build a strong cooperative spirit and facilitate the dissemination of information between the teams and the platform.

Our engineers

Our process

You have an engineering question or an issue that you canno’t solve with your platform: meet us at the open desk or directly contact us.

One of our engineer will be assigned to you and will guide you through our request management process.

We strongly encourage you to contact us as early as possible during the project. Indeed, we can advise you on the acquisition of experimental data in order to facilitate future analyses.

Our services are free of charge.

Process

We can also help you recruit and supervise an engineer working in your team and dedicated entirely to your projects.

Please contact us for more information.

Next event

CENTURI Engineer's breakfast / open desk.

Our next open desk will take place the 27 september between 9am to 12am in room 1.04 of the TPR2

Join our Slack channels

You can now join our CENTURI multi-engineering platform Slack account to discuss with us and with the CENTURI community :

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A new engineer joins CENTURI

Guillaume G engi

A new engineer, Muhammad Asif, joins the CENTURI multi-engineering platform as bioinformatics and data analyst.

The Multi-Engineering Platform is now part of the French Institute of Bioinformatics (IFB).

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The IFB is the National Bioinformatics Infrastructure that provides support, deploys services, organizes training and carries out innovative developments for the life sciences communities.

CENTURI Engineering seminar: EPySeg a new deep learning method for epithelial cell segmentation.

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Benoit Aigouy presented his new EPySeg, a method to segment epithelial cells using deep learning.

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CENTURI Multi-engineering platform

TPR1 building - entrance G - 3rd floor

Campus de Luminy – Case 913
13288 MARSEILLE Cedex 09