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I have a multi-disciplinary background in cognitive neuroscience, physics and engineering, and considerable research experiences in both academic and industrial environments. My research interests encompass various perspectives of vision science and motor control, specifically human multi-sensory integration and dysfunction, and applied themes including human-robot interaction. To investigate the brain mechanisms, I employ psychophysical approaches, behavioural and psychophysiological measurements, and brain stimulation. I am passionate to explore how to optimally combine the knowledge of neuroscience and new technologies and to contribute to improving the quality of life through research activities.