Dr Thomas Boudier is a specialist in 3D image analysis with a strong background in applying computer sciences methods to biology and medicine.
Dr Boudier was recruited to the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute to drive development of 3D and 3D+time image analysis, machine learning and microscope automation technologies to enhance 3D and 4D biomedical imaging capabilities.
Dr Boudier holds a Masters in Mathematics and an Advanced Masters in Computer Vision. He obtained his PhD from the University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, studying computer sciences applied to biology and medicine.
As a research fellow at the University of Oxford’s Department of Zoology he worked on video analysis in biology within the framework of the European project BioImage. Dr Boudier later obtained a position as Lecturer at UPMC where he worked mostly on 3D image analysis applied to biology, both in electron microscopy and light microscopy.
He moved to Singapore in 2014, as a long term visiting scientist at the BioInformatics Institute (BII) before joining the Institute’s Centre for Dynamic Imaging.
Areas of expertise
- 3D image processing
- 3D image analysis
- Cell tracking
- Machine learning
- Microscope automation