Connect with Florent Burdin
Florent is in charge of electronic development and works closely with regulatory and technology team members on developing a wireless implantable brain-computer interface.
Florent Burdin joined the Wyss Center as an Implantable Systems Engineer in January 2016.
He gained his first experience in implantable devices within the Clinatec team, Grenoble, where his activities included wireless and low power designs, and both hardware and firmware within a brain-computer interface project.
He received his engineering degree from Phelma, School of Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics and Materials Science within the Grenoble Institute of Technology, France, in 2013.
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New horizons in neural recording systems
New Wyss Center whitepaper reveals first neural signals recorded by the ABILITY brain-computer interface system and the next steps to human clinical trials to restore communication and independence for people with severe paralysis.Technology
Wyss Center partners with Coat-X to advance ultra-thin coating for use in active medical implants
The flexible coating technology could pave the way for miniaturized devices in the human body.Collaboration