Ioannis D. Zoulias holds an MEng in Artificial Intelligence and Cybernetics, and a PhD in Cybernetics from the University of Reading. His master’s thesis focused on developing biomimetic robotic arms, with realistic constraints on joint dislocation. His PhD investigated how humans experience their body through the concepts of body ownership, agency of motion and multisensory integration. He now works as a post-doctoral researcher at the Functional Electrical Stimulation Group (FES) at the University of Reading (FES Reading) His research interests include reinforcement learning in neural networks, virtual reality and haptic interfaces, functional electrical stimulation and rehabilitation.
Control System Engineer, UKAEA