I was Born in France in 1980. I Received a Master degree in electronics from ENSEIRB (Bordeaux, France) in 2002 and another Master degree in cognitive sciences from INPG (Grenoble, France) in 2003. I then joined the National University of Singapore to pursue a PhD on the development of a brain controlled wheelchair (PhD awarded in 2010).
In January 2008, I joined the Social Robotics Lab at NUS to participate in the TechX Grand Challenge, a robotic competition organized in Singapore, similar to DARPA’s Grand Challenge. I am now an Research Scientist at Temasek Laboratories since July 2009, working on the measure of mental workload from EEG and fNIR recordings and Frambuesa.
An engineer by formation, I am interested in bioengineering disciplines:
Brain signal analysis
Brain computer interface
Statistical pattern classification
I am particularly interested in medical applications, either for diagnosis, treatment or rehabilitation.