Engineering the Future of Software
November 13–14, 2016: Training
November 14–16, 2016: Tutorials & Conference
San Francisco, CA
Razik Yousfi

Razik Yousfi
Principal Software Architect, Heartflow

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Razik Yousfi is a principal software architect at HeartFlow focusing on designing scalable architectures for its image-based processing pipeline. In his role, he builds products that satisfy the customer needs and disrupt the industry standards. Razik specializes in software excellence, code maintainability, and consistency of the software architectures across the company. Previously, Razik was a research and development software engineer working on the design and architecture of an interactive workstation for the 3D modeling of the coronary system. Prior to HeartFlow, Razik worked at Systran. He graduated from a French school of computer science after doing his end-of-studies internship at Siemens Corporate Research, Princeton.

Sessions

1:15pm–2:05pm Wednesday, 11/16/2016
Integration architecture
Location: Georgian Level: Intermediate
Razik Yousfi (Heartflow)
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Razik Yousfi highlights the use of an application pipeline and its supporting architecture in a noninvasive medical imaging startup. Razik dives into the details, from ingesting images within a hospital's infrastructure to automated image analysis and solving complex algorithms in the cloud—all with the goal of delivering a 3D analysis of the patient's coronary artery blood flow to physicians. Read more.