Always dynamic and cheerful, I am passionate about new technologies. Taking my inspiration from science-fiction literature and from both my parents artists, it was a natural way for me to study engineering.
Furthermore, in the work of engineer, it is magic to use actual technologies, new theory and imagination to create new possibilities.
I chose the way of brain signal processing to:
-improve the lives of people with disabilities through more agile and effective prostheses
-improve the interface between human and machine
I am a PhD Candidate (ERC grant CHESS) at GIPSA-lab, Grenoble. I am working on signal processing methodologies for EEG hyperscanning. PhD advisors: Christian Jutten & Marco Congedo.
Thesis : "Electroencephalography on more than one Individual simultaneously; theoretical aspects of data signal processing" Doctoral Advisors: Christian Jutten & Marco Congedo
Design a fully adaptive multi-users Brain-Computer system including several interaction paradigms (collaboration, cooperation, competition). Software, Classification methods, Experiment (more than 80 subjects)
Event-Related Potential Analysis and classification (adaptive common spatio-temporal pattern, hyperscanning and multi-user classifiers)
With a year abroad at the department of electrical and biomedical engineering of Linköping University, I chose several courses relevant for my professional project that are different from my initial education.