Born and raised in Barcelona, Spain, Guillem grew interested in how robotics and AI could be used to help disabled patients and augment humans with extraordinary abilities. Motivated by these ideas, he obtained his bachelor's degree in biomedical engineering at Pompeu Fabra University in 2017, culminating with an award-winning thesis on the topic of an engineered wheelchair controllable through eyesight and head movements for paraplegic patients. Seeking further learning experiences, in 2018 he got the Spanish “LaCaixa” scholarship, and moved to Zurich to enroll in the master's degree in Robotics, System and Control from ETH. Two years later, after completing the degree with GPA distinction, he joined Sony AI to continue pursuing his vision.
“As a robotics engineer at Sony AI, I work with the Imaging & Sensing flagship project. My focus is to continue learning about state of the art robotics, AI, and sensing technologies, while collecting hands-on experience on a broader range of challenging engineering problems. Following Sony and Sony AI’s trademark creativity, I am eager to help bring empowerment and excitement to the world.”
October 12, 2021 | Sony AI
Meet the Team #1: James, Guillem and Raphaela
This is the first post in our new Sony AI Meet the Team series, which will shine a spotlight on the individuals that make up our very talented Sony AI team. Once a month, we will share highlights from our interviews with Sony AI …
This is the first post in our new Sony AI Meet the Team series, which will shine a spotlight on the individuals that make up our …
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