Hi, I’m Goran Lovric, a physicist with a doctorate (PhD) in biomedical engineering. Currently, I’m working as a Beamline Scientist at the TOMCAT beamline of the Swiss Light Source (Paul Scherrer Institute).
My professional expertise includes synchrotron imaging, instrumentation, dosimetry, IT & data architectures as well as the pulmonary X-ray imaging field, where I enjoy working in various collaborative multidisciplinary environments. Currently, I am mostly involved in the design and construction of the new I-TOMCAT flagship beamline as part of the SLS 2.0 upgrade project. In parallel, I am interested in developing new methods in imaging & data processing by means of novel computational approaches to gain even more information from various types of X-ray imaging data.
Apart from work and since February 2017, I am the father of two twin daugthers (Justicia and Maris). When I happen to have free time (which is rare these days), I enjoy DJ-ing, movies, swimming and cycling.