Biomedical Engineer, PhD Student
Personalized, interactive, dynamic and mobile coaching for behavioral change. Application to chronic low back pain.
Website: LIMSI Lab
Therapeutic games are popular tools for stroke rehabilitation. They aim to keep patients engaged in a heavy recovery program through training that is less annoying to follow. I took part in proposing a method to automatically adapt the difficulty of exercises for post-stroke rehabilitation games, which was then implemented in a pronation-supination exercise built on a runner-like game.
Website: IBISC Lab
I worked on several projects, all focused on the field EMA is working in: the management of patients' files in dialysis and nephorology.
Website: E.M.A. Hemadialyse
The main mission was to improve a device used in multitask training for patients suffering from brain damage – memory loss and/or balance trouble. Creating more exercises was a subsequent part of this mission, and some rules of creation had to be followed. By the end of the internship, there were thirty-five newly-created exercises performed in five different kinds of environment. This work is already used by patients and therapists in trainings.
Link to my work: VR Rehabilitation Multitask Training
Master degree, E3A mention (electric energy, electronics, automation), specialized in RVSI (Réalité Virtuelle et Systèmes Intelligents), or VRSS in English: Virtual Reality and Smart Systems. Ranked 1st/24.
Covered subjects: multisource data processing, multimodal and collaborative interactions, 3D monitoring and augmented reality, interfaces for mixed reality (Unity3D projects, C#), humanoid animation techniques (3DSMax).
The objective of this master's course is the mastery of these disciplines and their integration.
Link: Master 2 RVSI
Currently learning Symfony, improving Python and Java.
Biomedical Engineering (Master Degree)
This course trains engineers as specialists in high technology systems and facilities destined for hospitals, health care organisations and health care professionals. With regard to the purely technical part of the course, the emphasis is on instrumentation (physics, electronics, computing, signal processing), with additional courses in chemistry, biology, physiology, biomechanics, etc., which provide an essential basis for an understanding of the very extensive field of biomedical engineering (‘from scanner to scalpel’).
Link: Specialty presentation