I am a neuroengineer and scientist. I obtained my Ph.D. with distinctions in 2013 at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
I am currently a senior scientist at the Bertarelli Foundation Chair in Translational Neuroengineering in Geneva.
My work involves the development and validation of new technologies to restore sensory-motor functions for patients with complete paraplegia and upper arm amputation.
My area of research includes the use of virtual reality for rehabilitation, invasive and non-invasive brain-machine interfaces, and haptic devices.
Everything is interesting.