Olivier Balédent, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, CHU Amiens Picardie, France

Dr. Balédent’s interest lies in Biophysics and the development and application of MRI for the non-invasive characterization of CSF hydrodynamics. He is an assistant professor at Amiens’ University Hospital (France), and head of the medical image processing department and BioFlowImage ( research team.

Diane de Zélicourt, University of Zürich, Switzerland

Dr. de Zélicourt is currently a senior researcher and lecturer within the Interface group at the University of Zürich (Switzerland). Her research thrust lies at the convergence of engineering and medicine, with a focus on multi-scale numerical modelling of the CSF and brain mechanics to understand the pathophysiology of hydrocephalus.