My name is Oussama Jarrousse. I have a PhD. in Biomedical Engineering from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) where I worked on 4D personalised computational modelling of human heart elasto-mechanics, breast deformation modelling, and non-linear anisotropic elastic image registration.
During my post-doc at the Narvis-Lab of the Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU) hospital in Munich, I was investigating the use of Vibroarthrography in non-invasive early diagnosis of knee osteoarthritis as part of the lab research team.
Currently, I am the head of Software Development and a Research Engineer at the Munich-Innovation Labs (MIL), where I manage the team of software developers at the company and where I work on several Medial Engineering research questions, with focus on Medical Image Processing and AI applications in Medicine and Biology.
On the side, I provide consultancy, training and support in the field of Cyber-Security, and Information Assurance (IA), mainly to NGOs working to protect journalists, civil society activists and human rights defenders working in high-risk environments around the world.