• 7+ years of commercial experience in Software development, Customer support, Project Management, Customer relations, Sales and Product Management
  • Experienced in designing solutions to satisfy business analysts, stakeholders and end-users requirements in research environments
  • Lead role in integration projects involving workflow automation and optimization utilizing HPC systems when appropriate and available
  • Experience in working in small and large teams in scientific, open-source and commercial environments
  • Designed and built the 1st Light Sheet Microscope in the UK for studying collective cell behavior and tissue dynamics in live embryos
  • Published articles: 12 refereed journal papers, 2 conference papers
  • Ph.D. in experimental physics. Angular resolved photoemission spectroscopy studies on novel materials. Involved in scientific hardware and software design.
  • M.Sc. in physics. Theoretical exploration of quantum dots based on carbon nanotubes using numerical modeling and simulations.


2007 - 2011

Ph.D., experimental physics, School of Physics and Astronomy

Final dissertation: Effects of spin-orbit coupling and manybody interactions on the electronic structure of Sr2RuO4.

Supervised by Dr Felix Baumberger.

University of St Andrews

2007 - 2011

M.Sc., theoretical physics (1st Class Honours)

Final dissertation: Phonon Effects in Carbon Nanostructures.

Supervised by Dr Dr Paweł Machnikowski.

University of Technology

Employment history

2019 - present

Head of Applications at Glencoe Software

Glencoe Software, Inc., 800 Fifth Avenue, Suite 101-259, Seattle, WA 98104

Glencoe Software builds and delivers innovative, scalable, easy-to-use scientific imaging solutions for its clients and OEM partners. Glencoe’s products are installed and used in several world-leading academic labs, biotech, pharma and publishers, solving mission-critical problems in high-content screening, digital pathology, and many other modalities. The foundation of Glencoe’s technology derives from an open source software project, the Open Microscopy Environment (OME). Glencoe continuously contributes the code, experience and feedback to the OME project.

Role summary: Software development, Customer support, Project Management, Customer relations, Sales, Product Management, Team Management.

2014 - 2019

Applications Specialist at Glencoe Software

Glencoe Software, Inc., 800 Fifth Avenue, Suite 101-259, Seattle, WA 98104

Role summary: Software development, Customer support, Project Management, Customer relations, Sales, Product Management.

2011 - 2014

Postdoctoral Research Assistant at College of Life Sciences University of Dundee

School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, Dow Street, Dundee, DD1 5EH, Scotland, UK

Research topic: In-vivo studies of cell migration in developing embryos and complex tissues. Development of the state-of-the-art light-sheet fluorescence microscopy system.


Programming Languages: Python, JavaScript, Java, C/C++, CUDA, Fortran, LabView
Operating systems: Linux – Ubuntu, CentOS; Mac OSX; Windows
HPC/Distributed Computing: SGE, SLURM, Celery, RabbitMQ, Redis, LSF, OpenPBS, AWS Batch
Cloud experience: AWS, GCP
Applications: Mathematica, MATLAB, LATEX, OpenOffice, MS Office, CellProfiler, MATLAB, ImageJ/Fiji, Imaris, Pandas, scikit-image, scikit-learn, pytorch, tensorflow
Database: SQL (Postgres, MySQL, SQLight, Oracle), MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis
Computational Packages: Wien2k, Castep, Abinit, Gaussian03
Lab Skills: embryonic culture, light microscopy, X-Ray diffraction, low temperature measurements, photoemission spectroscopy



S. Abtahi, N. R. Gliksman, J. F. Heneghan, S. P. Nilsen, J. L. Muhlich, J. Copeland, E. Rozbicki, C. Allan, P. K. Dudeja, & J. R. Turner.
A simple method for creating a high-content microscope for imaging multiplexed tissue microarrays. Current Protocols, 1, e68. doi: 10.1002/cpz1.68


A. Tamai, M. Zingl, E. Rozbicki, E. Cappelli, S. Riccò, A. de la Torre, S. McKeown Walker, F. Y. Bruno, P. D. C. King, W. Meevasana, M. Shi, M. Radović, N. C. Plumb, A. S. Gibbs, A. P. Mackenzie, C. Berthod, H. U. R. Strand, M. Kim, A. Georges, and F. Baumberger.
High-Resolution Photoemission on Sr2RuO4 Reveals Correlation- Enhanced Effective Spin-Orbit Coupling and Dominantly Local Self-Energies, Phys. Rev. X 9, 021048 (2019)


S. Li, S. Besson, C. Blackburn, M. Carroll, R. K. Ferguson, Helen Flynn, K. Gillen, R. Leigh, D. Lindner, M. Linkert, W. J. Moore, B. Ramalingam, E. Rozbicki, G. Rustici, A. Tarkowska, P. Walczysko et al.,
Metadata management for high content screening in OMERO, Methods, Volume 96, 1 March 2016, Pages 27-32 (2016)


E. Rozbicki, M. Chuai, A. Karjalainen, et al.,
Myosin-II-mediated cell shape changes and cell intercalation contribute to primitive streak formation, Nature Cell Biology 17, 397– 408 (2015)

C. J. Weijer, E. Rozbicki, M. Chuai,
Technique for Liquid Culture of Early Chick Embryos Suitable for Long Term Live Imaging, Protocolexchange, 13 Feb, 2015


Z. Yang, H. Downie, E. Rozbicki, L. X. Dupuy, and M. P. MacDonald,
Light Sheet Tomography (LST) for in situ imaging of plant roots, Optics Express Vol. 21, Issue 14, pp. 16239-16247 (2013)


Tamai, W. Meevasana, P. D. C. King, C. W. Nicholson, A. de la Torre, E. Rozbicki, and F. Baumberger,
Spin-orbit splitting of the Shockley surface state on Cu(111), Phys. Rev. B 87, 075113 (2012)


P.D.C. King, J.A. Rosen, W. Meevasana, A. Tamai, E. Rozbicki, R. Comin, G. Levy, D. Fournier, Y. Yoshida, H. Eisaki, K.M. Shen, N.J.C. Ingle, A. Damascelli, and F. Baumberger,
Structural origin of apparent Fermi surface pockets in angle-resolved photoemission of Bi2Sr(2-x)LaxCuO(6+d), Physical Review Letters 106, 127005 (2011)


E. Rozbicki, J.F. Annett, Jean-René Souquet and A.P. Mackenzie,
Spin-orbit coupling and k-dependent Zeeman splitting in strontium ruthenate, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 23, 094201 (2010),

A. Tamai, A.Y. Ganin, E. Rozbicki, J. Bacsa, W. Meevasana, P.D.C. King, M. Caffio, R. Schaub, S. Margadonna, K. Prassides, M.J. Rosseinsky, and F. Baumberger,
Strong Electron Correlations in the Normal State of the Iron-Based FeSe0:42Te0:58 Superconductor Observed by Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy, Physical Review Letters 104, 097002 (2010),


E. Rozbicki and P. Machnikowski,
Phonon-assisted excitation transfer in quantum dot molecules: from quantum kinetics to transfer rates, Phys. Stat. Sol (b) 246 320 (2009),


E. Rozbicki and P. Machnikowski,
Quantum Kinetic Theory of Phonon-Assisted Excitation Transfer in Quantum Dot Molecules, Physical Review Letters 100, 027401 (2008)


E. Rozbicki and P. Machnikowski,
Phonon-assisted excitation transfer in quantum dot molecules, Acta Physica Polonica A, 112, 197 (2007); arxiv:0706.0862