Xavier Marimón Serra is an industrial engineer specialised in industrial electronics and automation. He holds a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering and has extensive experience in data science, medical image processing and automatic pattern detection in biomedical signals and images using machine learning.
He disseminates biomedical research by leading workshops and seminars for the general public and advocates citizen outreach of home laboratories under the DIY (Do It Yourself) paradigm, as well as FabLabs (Fabrication Laboratories).
He is currently researching the development of new biomarkers for the study of heart rhythm at the cellular level through optical microscopy techniques and machine learning algorithms. He is also researching the mechanical behaviour of dental implants and bridge structures subjected to dynamical loads and exposed to oral bacteria.