I am a post-doctoral research fellow in the Golby Lab under the joint supervision of Sarah Frisken, Ph.D. and Alexandra Golby, M.D. My work focuses on building low-cost neuronavigation tools for deployment in limited resources contexts.
Previously, I completed a Ph.D. on in situ augmented reality for neurosurgery in the Applied Perception lab under the supervision of Marta Kersten. I worked on building new augmented reality visualization techniques to facilitate surgical interventions. I built a tablet application communicating through OpenIGTLink to the IbisNeuronav system to generate an overlay of pre-segmented structures with the real-time camera view.
My previous experience is in computational geometry, specifically automatic detection of intersection on parametric surfaces.
For a list of publications see https://scholar.google.ca/citations?user=6ddIDv8AAAAJ&hl