We Specialize in Neuroscience, Biosignals and Medical Devices Engineering.
Naox was co-founded in 2018 by Hugo Dinh, a graduate from Ecole Polytechnique, and Michel Le Van Quyen, a research director at Inserm, respectively CEO and Chief Scientific Officer. A world expert in electroencephalograms, known for his epileptic seizure prediction algorithms published in Nature and Science, Michel Le Van Quyen met Hugo Dinh, a neuroscience enthusiast and project leader, in 2015. Convinced by the complementarity of their approaches, the two scientists set themselves the goal of democratizing electroencephalograms and improving the monitoring and diagnosis of neurological disorders through Naox.
They were soon joined by Emmanuel Lange, director of new technologies, and Khalil Kababe, hardware engineer.
The Naox sensors were then tested during various preliminary studies conducted by the Inserm Biomedical Imaging Laboratory.
From 7 people in 2021, the team will be doubled with engineering talents in the early of 2022.
Co-Founder & CEO
Hugo founded NaoX Technologies in 2018 with Michel Le Van Quyen. He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and UC Berkeley where he specialized in medical devices and entrepreneurship.
Michel is an expert researcher in neurosciences with more than 20 years working in the field. He specializes in the analysis of the EEG signal. He published 2 articles in Nature and 2 articles in Science.
Emmanuel is a serial entrepreneur who has worked extensively in all parts of the electronics field. He has 15 years of experience and worked for Aldebaran and SESimagotag.
Michel Le Van Quyen
Chief Scientific Officer
Khalil is our hardware designer. He has worked on multiple projects involving sensors and electronics. He contributed to the miniaturization of our EEG sensors and he is now developing the next versions of the device.
Adrien is our COO, he structures the company and ensures all operation tasks, including HR, finance and partnerships go smoothly.
Chief Operating Officer
Jeremy is a young researcher in the field of biomedical engineering. He is currently doing his Ph.D, working on EEG signals in order to detect absence epilepsy.
Hanane is a Ph.D student in neurosciences. With her background in biomedical engineering on
bio-signal processing, she works to improve our in-ear EEG recordings by evaluating and validating experimental paradigms. Additionally, she participates in risk analysis.