Silvia Marchesotti, PhD

Collaborator, UNIGE

Silvia Marchesotti is a Research and Teaching Fellow in the laboratory of Prof. Anne-Lise Giraud at the University of Geneva, where she is currently leading projects aiming at developing Brain Computer interfaces for speech decoding using both non-invasive and invasive brain recordings. Her research interests focus on the use of BCI and transcranial electrical stimulation to better understand language disorders, such as dyslexia and aphasia, and propose experimental interventions to alleviate these conditions.

Silvia is a neuroengineer by training (University of Genova) and obtained a PhD in Robotics and Intelligent Systems at the EPFL in the laboratory of Prof. Olaf Blanke, on the cognitive mechanisms involved in operating a brain-computer interface.

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