Chief Research and Development Officer (CRDO)
Yacine Mahdid is a graduate student at McGill University trained in computational neuroscience (B.A.Sc.) with a specialization in machine learning. He is also the lead developer of several research grade softwares, like EEGapp; an automated pipeline for electroencephalographic data analysis, Biomusic; an Android platform allowing non-communicative individuals to express themselves using their physiological signals and BCIapp; a transcranial direct-current stimulation compatible brain computer interface. His research and industrial interest lies in using cutting edge advance in machine learning to create tools that are intuitive to use in order to solve hindering problems at the individual and societal level.