Connect with Jules Scholler
Jules loves to work in pluridisciplinary environments where he can bridge the gap between imaging technologies, biology and computer science.
Jules Scholler joined the Wyss Center in September 2020 as Software Engineer. He is mainly working with the advanced lightsheet imaging center (ALICe) where he develops algorithms to capture and extract information from 3D high resolution images.
Jules studied physics and obtained his engineering diploma from ESPCI Paris before pursuing a master’s degree in applied mathematics where he studied image processing, machine learning and computer vision at Ecole Normal Supérieure Paris-Saclay. He received his PhD in 2020 at the Paris Sciences et Lettres university where he participated in the development of a new type of label-free imaging technique for imaging living cells and tissues.
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In conversation with Jules Scholler, PhD, Software Engineer in Bioimaging
Software Engineer in Bioimaging, Jules Scholler, describes what it's like to work at the boundary of biology, optics and computer science. The ‘in conversation’ series features members of the Wyss Center community discussing their work, their collaborations and imagining the future.Insight