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Urania Berlin, June 6-7, 2011

Michael Wallace

Michael is a research assistant at Bristol University with a background in telecoms engineering and seven years of experience developing software for a range of applications including transport, medical physics and geographical sciences. Primarily using Python and Java, his past projects include a prototype in-vehicle information display and data capture system, and a web-based application for calculating and storing diode measurements for radiotherapy treatment QA. He has also written a Python module for storing medical imaging data in CouchDB which was contributed to the open source PyDicom library. He has a particular interest in tools and techniques for the management, analysis and visualisation of complex data.