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Patricia Alcañiz
Early Stage Researcher, GMV, project 10

Patricia is a PhD fellow in Computer Science at the University of Rey Juan Carlos (URJC,ES) and a researcher at GMV in Spain working on the RAINBOW project titled “Optimization-Based Fusion of Surgical Planning Data for Intraoperative Navigation”. She obtained her master’s degree in Medical Physics from Université Paris Sud in 2019. She also obtained her bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from Polytechnic University of Valencia in 2016. Focusing on the field of intraoperative navigation, her work within the RAINBOW project involves optimization for fusion of preoperative planning data by biomechanical simulation and development of virtual deformable models.

Torkan Gholamalizadeh
Early Stage Researcher, 3Shape, ESR Project 3

Torkan is a PhD fellow in Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen and a researcher at 3Shape A/S in Denmark working on the RAINBOW project titled Dynamic Jaw Simulator. She obtained her master’s degree in Computer Engineering from Istanbul Technical University in 2018 where she developed machine learning and computer vision algorithms for sensory substitution systems. She also obtained her bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from University of Tabriz in 2014 working on object detection in visual sensor networks. Focusing on the field of medical image analysis, her work within the RAINBOW project involves modeling tooth movement based on fusing spatiotemporal, interface-tracking meshing methods with 3D geometry and motion data obtained from the 3Shape TRIOS intraoral scanners.

Kate Kardash
Early Stage Researcher, URJC, project 7

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Arnaud Mazier
Early Stage Researcher, UL, ESR Project 6

Arnaud is a PhD fellow in Computer Science at the University of Luxembourg and a researcher at Anatoscope Montpellier in France. Within the scope of the RAINBOW project, he will study the “Breast modelling and simulation for better cancer treatment". He obtained his master’s degree in Mechanical and Interactions Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique universitaire de Montpellier in 2018. Focusing on the field of real time simulation, his work within the RAINBOW project involves breast modelling to patient specific data followed by biomechanical simulation to switch from prone to supine position. Profile information available here. Project information available here and here.

Ehsan Mikaeili
Early Stage Researcher, Cardiff, ESR project 14

Ehsan Mikaeili graduated in civil engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran in 2016 . His researches focus on computational solid mechanics and poro-mechanics, image registration and developing advanced numerical techniques in biomechanics.

Faezeh Moshfeghifar
Early Stage Researcher, UCPH, project 1

Faezeh Moshfeghifar is a biomedical engineer focused on image-based numerical modeling and analysis. She completed her master's degree in Biomedical Engineering at the KU Leuven working on the biomechanical characterization of human mitral valve. Within the scope of the RAINBOW project, she will study the potential of computational medicine and ICT to arrive at patient-specific hip growth models for clinical use. Profile information available here.

Hamed Shayestehpour
Early Stage Researcher, AAU, project 5

Hamed Shayestehpour received the BS and MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran in 2015 and 2017, respectively. His research interests include Biomechanics, Biomedical and Rehabilitation Engineering, Design, Simulation and Modelling. His hobbies are sport, painting and travelling.

José Tascon
Early Stage Researcher, UCPH, project 4

José Tascon received his B.S. of Electronics Engineering in 2010, and M.Eng major in Automation in 2014 from Universidad del Valle, Colombia. His master thesis "Floor plans from 3D reconstruction of indoor environments" dealt with registration problems with RGB-D cameras. In 2015, José joined the Colombian Sugar Cane Research Center (Cenicaña), where he worked as a research leader in process control of sugar mills. He also worked as a lecturer in 2015 of digital signal processing at Universidad ICESI, Colombia. His work experience and research interests are computer vision, industrial automation and process control. Within the scope of the RAINBOW project, he will be working on his project “Real-time Physically-based Registration of Pre- and Intra-operative Medical Images", within the area of registration problems in computer vision. Profile information available here.

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