Research Fellow, University College London
I am currently a Research Fellow in Theoretical and Computational Acoustics at the Biomedical Ultrasound Group of UCL.
Previously, I was briefly a consultant at TTP in the Health Tech division, after being a Research Fellow at the Biomedical Ultrasound Group, working on Deep Learning for Transcranial Ultrasound Neurostimulation. I have a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College, with a specialization in ultrasound vascular imaging and beamforming with contrast agents.
My current research interests lie at the intersection of medical ultrasound, numerical scientific modelling and deep learning. My experience is in various areas more or less related to ultrasound and deep learning, such as acoustics, ultrasound imaging and beamforming, signal processing, numerical methods. I also have background in differentiable programming, PDE modeling, deep learning for scientific computing, medical imaging and inverse problems, computer vision, and image analysis.