Connect with Ioannis Vlachos
Ioannis brings experience in neural signal processing, computational modeling and development of real-time BCI interfaces.
Ioannis joined the Wyss Center as Staff Engineer/Neuroscientist in June 2017. Initially he was responsible for neural algorithms development, data analysis and system integration in various projects.
At the beginning of 2020 he became Project Manager of the Epios system.
Ioannis received his PhD in Computational Neuroscience from the University of Freiburg, Germany.
He holds an MSc in Cognitive Artificial Intelligence from Utrecht University and an MEng in Electrical Engineering from National Technical University of Athens.
Ioannis has also worked in technology transfer and funding of university spin-offs.
A weather station for epilepsy
Epilepsy forecasts could help people manage their daily life and medication around their chance of seizures.Collaboration
New era in brain monitoring technology could improve diagnosis of epilepsy and lead to personalized treatment options
Subscalp brain monitoring devices could offer long-term, continuous, and reliable recording of neural activity at home and in the clinic.Technology
Implanted devices could improve epilepsy management
Continuous monitoring of brain activity could improve quality of life for people with epilepsy, say clinicians.Technology