• Background Link
Since 1996, my
research activities have been taking place at the intersection between
informatics, mathematics, physics and biology, with a focus on conception and
implementation of algorithms for biomedical signal and image processing.
My first research
activities (1996-1999, University of Belgrade, Serbia) were in
biomechanics modeling and signal processing for control of walking in paraplegic
subjects. They evolved towards multidimensional biomedical data processing
during my PhD thesis (1999-2003, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne - EPFL,
Switzerland), through development of image
processing algorithms for computer-assisted surgery and structural biology.
During my postdoc (2004-2008, University Pierre
and Marie Curie, IMPMC-UMR 7590, Paris, France), I have specialized
in electron-microscopy image processing for three-dimensional
reconstruction of biological macromolecular complexes.
I hold a permanent
research scientist position at the French National Centre
for Scientific Research – CNRS since 2008 and
I hold the Habilitatation
to lead research since 2015 (received at the University
Pierre and Marie Curie).
• Research interest
analysis methods and computational tools for structural and dynamics
studies of biological macromolecular complexes.
Link to a highlight : Method HEMNMA (Hybrid Electron Microscopy Normal Mode
Analysis) to study gradual