Nicolas Vachicouras holds a MSc and PhD degree in micro-electronics from EPFL. He has eight years of experience working in the field of neuroprosthetics. He was an R&D intern and consultant for Aleva Neuroprosthetics for five years. Nicolas holds a Certificate of Advanced Studies in the management of medtech ventures. Nicolas is a co-founder and CEO of Neurosoft Bioelectronics, a spin-off from the Laboratory of Soft Bioelectronics Interfaces (EPFL).
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Brain-computer interfaces: New technology. More data. Improving lives.
Symposium: As the BCI community shifts its focus to clinical studies for patient benefit, join us to hear from researchers and companies working together at the forefront of BCI development discussing paths to translation and BCI home-use.Wyss Center
Study suggests a promising future for soft bioelectronic interfaces in clinical settings
Results demonstrate MRI compatibility, good surgical handling and reliable recording in bioelectronic interfaces that conform to the nervous system.Technology