Imperial College London

MrDorianHaci

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Research Assistant
 
 
 
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Location

 

Electrical EngineeringSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Dorian is a Research Assistant within the Next Generation Neural Interfaces (NGNI) lab and the Centre for Bio-Inspired Technology (CBIT) at Imperial College London, a Ph.D. Candidate within the Circuit and Systems group of the EEE department, and a Member of the Cohort 4 of the Medtech Superconnector accelerating programme.

His research interests include:
brain-machine interfaces, biomedical circuit and systems, implantable medical devices, intrabody communication systems, back pain prevention, radar technology and remote biosensing.

Dorian received his BSc in Electronic Engineering in 2012 at the Politecnico di Torino, Italy. He continued his studies with an MSc in Electronic Engineering, specializing in Communication and Wireless Systems. He was awarded a scholarship for developing the MSc thesis project at the CBIT, where he designed and implemented an innovative thermally controlled system for bio-applications using low-cost PCB technology.

After his MSc graduation, in 2015 Dorian joined the NGNI lab at Imperial College London as a Research Assistant, working on implantable medical devices and neurotechnologies within the CANDO project. In the meantime, he started a part-time Ph.D. programme on intra-body power and data communications and implantable microsystems
He serves as a committee member of the Imperial Postdoc and Fellow Enterprise Network (IPFEN) and is a member of various associations/institutes (IEEE, IET, FENS, SfN, BNA, etc).

In July 2020, Dorian joined the MedTech SuperConnector programme as a member of the 4th Cohort, focusing on the commercialisation potential of radar sensing/monitoring for back pain prevention and management.


Selected Publications

Conference

Haci D, Liu Y, Constandinou TG, 2017, 32-channel ultra-low-noise arbitrary signal generation platform for biopotential emulation, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), IEEE, Pages:698-701

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