Dr Scarlet Schwiderski-Grosche is a Principal Research Program Manager at Microsoft Research Cambridge. She drives strategic research partnerships with academic institutions in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) region, including EPFL and ETH Zurich in Switzerland, Inria in France, and University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Moreover, Scarlet leads academic collaborations around optical storage and networking for Microsoft Research’s Optics for the Cloud including the Optics for the Cloud Research Alliance.
Scarlet has ten years’ experience driving collaborations with academia and industry around cutting-edge and highly interdisciplinary research projects and has managed a multitude of academic programs including the EMEA PhD Scholarship Programme and the EMEA PhD Summer Schools.
Before joining Microsoft in 2009, Scarlet was faculty in the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway, University of London and postdoctoral researcher at Fraunhofer (Germany), focusing her research and teaching on event processing in distributed systems, mobile security, electronic and mobile payment systems, and biometrics.
Scarlet has a PhD in Computer Science from University of Cambridge and is a Computer Science graduate (Diplom-Informatikerin) of TU Braunschweig (Germany).
- AI Summer School 2018
- Swiss Joint Research Centre Workshop 2018
- AI Summer School 2017
- Swiss Joint Research Centre Workshop 2017
- PhD Summer School 2016
- PhD Summer School 2015
- Devices and Networking Summit 2015
- PhD Summer School 2014
- Medical Imaging Workshop 2013
- Body Tracking in Healthcare 2013
- Microsoft Research Design Day
- PhD Summer School 2013
- PhD Summer School 2012
- PhD Summer School 2011