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Prof. Reuter's recent research focuses on unbiased longitudinal image processing of brain MRI. His methods are widely employed as part of the FreeSurfer software package to study neurodegeneration and assess disease modifying therapies, e.g. by the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative. During his postoctoral research at MIT (2006-08), he contributed novel methods for non-rigid shape analysis and processing.
Dr. Iva Bojic is a computer scientist with a research emphasis in telecommunications and urban studies. She holds two masters – one in Computer Science and the other one in Mathematics, both of which are from University of Zagreb, Croatia. Her doctoral thesis on "Self-organizing Synchronization in Machine-to-Machine Communication Systems” was awarded the Silver Plaque Josip Loncar – the Dean's award for outstanding doctoral dissertation and particularly successful scientific research. In 2012 Dr. Bojic received the "Google Anita Borg" award from Google for strength of academic performance, leadership experience and demonstrated passion for computer science. The same year she was also awarded the "Richard E. Merwin" award by the IEEE organization for demonstrating outstanding involvement in IEEE and excellence in academic achievement. Dr. Bojic continued her post-doctoral research at the MIT Senseable City Lab where she joined in 2014 as a Fulbright scholar. After one year at MIT, she moved to Singapore where now she is a senior postdoc working at Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise, Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology.
*Currently Postdoctoral Researcher at MIT Media Lab working on biological sensing applications.
*Ph.D from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) fabricating flexible versions of nonvolatile memory devices (ferroelectric and resistive) and gate structures and transistors (MOSCAPs and FinFETs), studying reliability and performance metrics under mechanical stress.
*MSc. from KAUST, synthesizing CVD graphene and studying transfer and contact resistance optimizations.
*BSc. from the American University in Cairo (AUC), Group graduation project: Power Gating of VLSI circuits using MEMS switch (simulation based using EDA tools).
Dr. Crouzier is a researcher, experienced in the fields of biomaterials and biopolymers. He has moved back and forth between his home country of France and the United states. His last experience involves a 3-year postdoc at MIT (Cambridge, MA, USA) were he was a Marie Curie Fellow. Well involved in the academic life of the Institute, he served as president of the postdoctoral association. He is now an assistant professor at the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH (Stockholm Sweden) where he works on biopolymer-based materials for biomedical applications. A passion for new technologies has led Dr. Crouzier to start a blog (connectedresearchers.com) about new online tools that are revolutionizing the way science is done in academia. He writes to promote the use of these new tools and project researchers into the 21st century.