Daniel Schwarz graduated at Brno University of Technology in 2000 with Ing. (MSc. eq.) degree in Electronics and Communication Technology. Then he studied for Ph.D. degree at the same university at the Department of Biomedical Engineering in Biomedical Electronics and Biocybernetics. He finished his studies with the thesis entitled Automated Morphometry of MRI Brain Images with the Use of Deformable Registration in 2005. Since then he has been working for the Institute of Biostatistics and Analyses, Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University. He focuses his research on medical image processing, predictive modeling and pattern recognition. He teaches Linear and adaptive data processing â€“ a subject associated to the study programm Mathematical Biology. Besides his research activities focused on neuroimaging, he is also interested in applications of information and communication technologies in medical education. Since 2007 he has been member of the Coordination Committee of MEFANET (MEdical FAculties NETwork). Here, he is responsible for developing the uniform e-publishing platform of the network. Further, as the head of organizing committee, he participated in the last four years on organizing conferences MEFANET 2007-2010.