Master course Italian Melanoma Intergroup


University of Trieste, partner of iToBoS project, organized in Trieste the Master Course IMI on the management of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers patients.

Clinical trial has commenced in Hospital Clinic Barcelona


The Foundation Clinic for Biomedical Research (FCRB) have started with the iToBoS Data Acquisition Clinical Trial, taking place at the Hospital Clinic of Barcelona.

How to solve the gravity-induced coma aberration of liquid lenses


In a past post, we explained that the biggest limitation of liquid lenses is gravity-induced coma aberrations which cause worse optical performance when the lenses are used with their optical axis oriented differently than vertical.

iToBoS presented at MPNE Conference 2023


On April 28th-30th 2023, 89 Melanoma patients, carers and patient advocates from 24 countries within and outside the European Union met for the first full post-Covid annual MPNE conference by the iToBoS project partner.

Gravity-induced coma aberration in the liquid lenses


The decision to integrate liquid lenses into iToBoS’ full-body scanner was taken due to the need to take thousands of pictures in the shortest amount of time.

Latent Diffusion Models


Diffusion models rival and can even surpass GANs on image synthesis, as they are able to generate more diverse outputs by having a better coverage of the data distribution and do not suffer from mode collapse and training instabilities of GANs.

iToBoS presented in Semmelweis University to engage upcoming medical professionals


Hungary’s oldest still operating medical and health sciences higher education institution, Semmelweis University, invited SZTAKI deputy director and iToBoS colleague Róbert Lovas to give a presentation about European Union-funded projects that foster medical research and innovation.



Transformers are deep learning architectures created to solve sequence-to-sequence tasks, such as language translation.

Quantus: An Explainable AI Toolkit for Responsible Evaluation of Neural Network Explanations and Beyond


Just shy over a year ago, the Quantus toolkit v0.1.1 has been shared with the Machine Learning (ML) community as a pre-print on

iToBoS project presented in the 19th EADO Congress


iToBoS was discussed in a presentation at the 19th EADO (European Association of Dermato Oncology) Congress, held at Rome, Italy, in April 2023.