On this site you can find information about me and also my curriculum vitae if you'd like.
I enjoy showing my work at conferences and meetings. For this I submit abstracts, which lead to talks I give and posters I present. Ultimately all this work also leads to publications. I also work with students, be it for Master Theses or otherwise.
You can find all the relevant information on this wiki in the sidebar on the left. I've recorded some notes at several conferences, have written a bunch of manuals. For all those manuals (and most of my other work) I'm using \LaTeX, which also made me to collet some tips and tricks here. Other manuals started in TeX and are now converted to pages on this wiki.
I worked as a PostDoc at the Institute of Anatomy. In our group we were studying lung development using ultrahigh resolution tomographic imaging. For this I've developed a bag of ImageProcessing tools and tricks with MeVisLab, ImageMagick and ImageJ.
After this, I worked as a PostDoc at the Paul Scherrer Institute at the TOMCAT beamline. I was responsible for supporting users and worked with industry customers to help them gain high resolution tomographic insights into diverse samples.
Now I'm back at the Institute of Anatomy at the University of Bern. I'm working in the group for clinical anatomy. In our group we have two Bruker microCT scanners, which I operate.