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Guillermo Herrera
Guillermo Herrera

Biomechatronics group, Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico)

Guillermo's research is driven by how world health problems can be solved with technology, his life¹s goal is to impact and make people¹s life better. He works in the Biomechatronics group at Tecnológico de Monterrey and his research interests include exoskeletons, BCI, sensors, signal analysis, machine learning, biomechanics, and prosthetics. Currently he is working on the project ³Your brain on art² doing EEG data collection at MARCO museum in Monterrey using mobile brain-body imaging technologies while visitors view abstract art, focused on understanding brain signals during aesthetic experiences and examining relationships between art stimuli and brain health.