Dorian Haci attended his undergraduate course in Electronic Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy. As a final project of his course, he prepared a monograph about his internship at the BDC Electronic company during which his task consisted of designing and testing proximity sensors and sensor amplifiers.
After receiving his BSc in 2012, he continued his studies in electronic engineering, specializing in Wireless Systems Design and Communication Systems throughout his 2 years postgraduate course.
Consequently, he was awarded a scholarship that allowed him to develop the project for his master thesis at the Centre for Bio-Inspired Technology, Imperial College London, where he designed and implemented an innovative thermally controlled system for bio-applications using low-cost PCB technology. He received his MSc in Turin in December 2014.
In June 2015 Dorian joined the Next Generation Neural Interfaces team at the Centre for Bio-Inspired Technology as a Research Assitant, working on embedded systems and neural implants within the CANDO project.
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, ISSN:0271-4302