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Hoda Fares

Postdoctoral Researcher , Postdoc

Hoda Fares


Mrs. Fares has an interdisciplinary background in electrical, electronic, and biomedical engineering, tactile sensing materials and techniques, and stimulation systems. Based on her academic background, she graduated in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, specialty Industrial Informatics and had a second master’s degree in Renewable energies. Following her passion for medical studies, she followed a second major in biological sciences. The unrelenting urge to continuously learn had enabled her to rise against the challenges and peruse her Ph.D. studies in Science and technology for electronics and telecommunication. She successfully finished her Ph.D. objectives and acquired a Doctor Europaeus title with a double degree from the University of Genoa, Italy, and Lebanese University by February 2020. One-third of the Ph.D. was followed at the Centre of sensory-motor interaction, Department of health science, University of Aalborg, Denmark. Afterward, she gained a postdoctoral research fellowship at COSMIC lab, DITEN department, University of Genoa, Italy.

Currently, she is a postdoctoral researcher at ICE lab, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aarhus University.  Within her Ph.D. study, she authored/ co-authored around 10 research papers, 1 book chapter, and presented in 6 international peer-reviewed conferences. She proposed and co-supervised and assisted in several master theses. Furthermore, she had the opportunity to organize & chair two special sessions, organize & communicate two seminars, and present multiple lectures and presentations across different countries. Through her participation, the applicant earned several awards and her work was selected of top 10 best papers (Bronze leaf award from NGCAS 2017, Bronze leaf award from PRIME 2018 ), distinctions, and scholarships (Ph.D. grant for 3 years, postdoctoral research grant for 1 year, etc.) for her quality work and valuable efforts.

The research topics of interest of Ms. Fares are closed-loop systems, human-machine interfaces including neuroprostheses, sensory feedback, functional electrical stimulation, rehabilitation, and assistive wearable systems, flexible electronics, processing, and transmission of information.

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