Dorian is an electronic engineer and researcher within the Next Generation Neural Interfaces lab at Imperial College London.
With over 6 years of experience in academia, he has developed technical skills and know-how in the fields of neurotechnology, implantable devices, and communication systems, while also pursuing an entrepreneurial path through business courses and enterprise workshops.
He is a cohort member of the Medtech Superconnector, an accelerating program to develop a viable business idea out of a research project, and a committee member of the Imperial Postdoc and Fellow Enterprise Network (IPFEN). Dorian has also been a Program Chair and Social Media Chair at several IEEE conferences and workshops.
His research focused on implantable medical devices for treating neurological conditions, integrated circuits and systems for biomedical applications, and radar biosensing for contactless health monitoring. The projects he is involved in are CANDO (Controlling Abnormal Network Dynamics using Optogenetics), MINT (Micro Implantable Neural Technologies), and Claire Health.