This afternoon in Delhi, morning in Groningen, Rijul Saurabh Soans defended his PhD thesis “Effective and intuitive tools for ophthalmic disorders” during an on-line defense hosted by the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. From 2017 onwards, Rijul has been frequently visiting our lab and was an associate fellow in the European Glaucoma Research and Training program (www.egret-plus.eu). As part of his thesis work, he designed machine-learning analyses for continuous tracking studies, performed this method to patients, and designed a new VR-based tool for studying dynamic depth perception.
Congratulations, dr. Rijul
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