Arthur is a Visiting Grad Student at Johns Hopkins University in the Department of Biomedical Engineering. He is currently enrolled in a master's in Electrical Engineering specialist focus on Artificial Intelligence and Smart Communication and completed his Bachelor of Engineering in 2020 at the UMONS Faculty of Engineering in Belgium.
Arthur’s undergraduate and graduate research in the Electromagnetism and Telecommunication department focused on cancer biomarker sensing using plasmonic optical fiber gratings, and cardiotocography. During the summer of 2021, he worked as an intern in the Medical Department of Materialise as a research engineer in Leuven, Belgium. His work focused on implementing deep learning-based algorithms for medical image processing to improve preoperative planning of personalized knee guides. He explored an error-driven mechanism to improve segmentation performance based on expert feedback.
His current research in Trayanova Lab focuses on implementing deep learning-based algorithms for CT and MRI medical image processing. His goal is to automate the segmentation process of the atria and the ventricles.
Outside of research, Arthur loves to travel and discover the world as well as play and watch sports with friends.
Please feel free to contact Arthur (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) for more information about his research and if you’d like to learn more about the lab.