17 April 2016

Paolo Zaffino

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e-mail: p.zaffino at imagenglab.com



Paolo received his master degree cum laude in Biomedical Engineer from Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro (Italy) in 2011.
After that, in the same University, he got a PhD in Bioengineering and, in 2015, he become a PostDoc and contractor Professor.
He was also a visiting PhD student at Massachusetts General Hospital, – Harvard Medical School in Boston (USA).
His topics of interest are medical image registration and medical image segmentation, for clinical applications in radiotherapy and image guided surgery fields.
Since 2009 he became a Plastimatch developer and since 2015 is part of the Needlefinder project. He gave also his contribution to SlicerRTITK and SimpleITK projects.

How Kitware Became a Top Contributor to Open Source t.co/JP5aZiV6PU

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What do neural nets see? You may be surprised. @zzznah @ludwigschubert & I explore. t.co/bLQMQLYz9c t.co/9uOL6uF2HA

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Today marks the 14th anniversary of Fedora. Thanks or joining us on this #opensource journey so far. Looking ahead to another 14 years!

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3D Slicer 4.8 gets Released with Improved DICOM support and Segmentation Capabilities t.co/pjSSa4HUC5

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Slicer 4.8 officially released, with over 1000 enhancements and fixes. Read all about it: t.co/0KxAUzeusk

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