I am an MSc candidate in the Biosignal Interaction and Personhood Technology (BIAPT) Lab at McGill University. I study how to translate the advance in machine-learning and in signal processing into assistive technologies for the benefice of people with communication impairments.
In one of the project, Biomusic, we are developing a portative sonification platform to allow non-communicative user to express their emotion using their physiological signals.
In another project we are actively developing an analysis pipeline to classify unresponsive patients’ consciousness level given their EEG signals.
I believe that we can greatly improve the quality of life of non-communicative individuals by using technology in a way that is directly translatable into easy-to-use tools.
Msc in Neuroscience (McGill)
- RI-MUHC internal scholarship recipient
- FRQNT Master scholarships recipient
B.Sc in Neuroscience minor in Computer Science (McGill)
- Dean’s Honor List
- NSERC-USRA recipient for Summer 2016 and 2017
Computer Science Tutor:
I am currently offering tutoring in computer science for university students with a range of backgrounds. I meet students on a one-on-one basis or in small group and the services I offer range from explaining theoretical topics (algorithm design, operating system inner-working or discrete mathematics) to giving hands-on programming lesson in various languages (C, Java, Python, Assembly (MIPS and ARM), MATLAB and Html/CSS).
Course tutored in at McGill: COMP 202, COMP 206, COMP250, COMP 273, BMDE 519, ECSE 202.
- EEGapp: EEG analysis and processing pipeline
- Biomusic: Mobile application for the sonification of physiological signals
- Github Repository
Competitive Programming Competition
- MissionHack 2018; Finalist (4th place)
- HackQC 2018; Finalist and Winner of Prix Spécial Eau
To contact me please send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org