Posted on July 25, 2008 by Yuval Levy
David Haberthür is a Ph.D.-Student at the Institute of Anatomy of Berne University in Switzerland. He studies the lung development in mammals by means of ultra-high-resolution x-ray tomography.
Recently he was co-author of a scientific paper and he used Hugin to explain the machinery that produces the ultra-high-resolution images.
During the Google Summer of Code 2008 application process I was wondering why he did not apply. I understood later on what his project for the summer was when this charming couple visited us during a one month camping trek through Canada.
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