Bernard Grundlehner received his M.S. degree from the University of Twente in 2002. He joined Holst Centre / IMEC-NL in 2007, where he worked on several topics related to biomedical signal analysis and wearable system development. In multiple roles, he was responsible for the development of the Wearable EEG platform, algorithms for EEG signal improvement and clinical validation of the EEG prototypes. He was also responsible for the Health Patch program execution and active as a system architect. At the Workplace Vitality HUB, he is responsible for the roadmap definition and execution of the Data-Driven Workplace program that includes sensing, data storage, cloud processing, digital twins and AI, GDPR, ethics and the future of digital office assistants. He has (co-) authored over 35 papers and conference proceedings in the field of biomedical signal processing and acquisition.

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