I am an Assistant Research Professor at the Deparment of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University and affiliated with the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics and the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare.
My research consolidates efforts in computer vision, medical physics, and medicine to develop surgeon-centric, end-to-end computer-assisted solutions for image-guided surgery. Currently, I am particularly interested in advancing interventional image processing to tailor image acquisition and augmented reality environments to the clinical task.
PhD in Computer Science, 2017
MSc in Optical Technologies, 2014
FAU Erlangen and Stanford University
BSc in Physics, 2012
FAU Erlangen and University of Eastern Finland
Personalized augmentation to aid facial anatomy learning.
Immersive AR to foster understanding of complex spatial relations in fracture reduction.
This project aims at pushing the boundaries of interventional image processing. We do so by 1) developing tools that enable machine learning in scenarios where little data is available, and 2) by devising predictive models that benefit intra-operative decision making.