When a “child prodigy” in physics comes of age
Silvia Arroyo Camejo became a scientific author already as a teenager. Today, she's a data scientist helping to make MRI scanners even smarter, powered by artificial intelligence. Our #Futureshaper series kicks off with a feature portrait of this passionate physicist.
When many in her age group were thumbing through teen fan magazines, she was poring over books on theoretical physics. Silvia Arroyo Camejo was all of 17 when she decided to write a book herself: on the cryptic world of quantum physics – the shear unintelligibility of which had captured her imagination.
Apparently, I have tendency to develop a certain obsession for topics that I find really fascinating.Silvia Arroyo Camejo, Data Scientist Magnetic Resonance Imaging at Siemens Healthineers
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From a physical standpoint, magnetic resonance imaging is a highly complex and, for this very reason, incredibly beautiful and interesting process.Silvia Arroyo Camejo, Data Scientist Magnetic Resonance Imaging at Siemens Healthineers