Aykut Argun (Soft Matter Lab) and Stefano Bo (MPI Dresden) participated in the AnDi Challenge, the Anomalous Diffusion challenge, in all the nine categories.
The challenge consisted of different tasks, specifically:
- Task 1 – Inference of the anomalous diffusion exponent α.
- Task 2 – Classification of the diffusion model.
- Task 3 – Segmentation of trajectories.
Each task included modalities for different number of dimensions (1D, 2D and 3D), for a total of 9 subtasks.
Approximately 20 teams from all the world participated in the challenge.
Aykut’s and Stefano’s team, eduN, ranked in the first three positions in all the categories. EduN won the 1st place in 4 of the categories, i.e., Task 2 (1D and 2D), and Task 3 (1D and 3D), the 2nd place in another 4 categories, and 3rd in the remaining category.
The details and the information about the final results can be found on ANDI Challenge final results page: http://www.andi-challenge.org/ (select: Learn the Details and then Final Results)
Here the link to the video of the announcement.