David Rei

David Rei

Biomedical Engineer

Roquefort la Bédoule, FR





Team management


Unity 3D


Modeling (Blender)






Work Experience

Research Intern / IBISC lab, Evry, FR
March 2018 - Sept 2018

Working on post-stroke rehabilitation, especially upper limb rehab. Focusing on implementing adaptive difficulty to stimulate motivation.
Website: IBISC Lab

Software Engineer / EMA Hemadialyse, Aix-en-Provence, FR
Feb 2016 - Jul 2017

I worked on multiple projects, using several languages including PHP, Javascript, 4D and Python. These projects were all focused on the field EMA is working in: the management of patients' files in dialysis and nephorology.
Website: E.M.A. Hemadialyse

Research Intern / Charles University, Prague, CZ
May 2015 - Jul 2015

I improved an existing device (balance board and a serious game on computer), and I also created more exercises for patients, to help them recover from brain damage (balance disorder and memory loss). I worked with physicians and medics to test my exercises on several machines and patients. I wrote documentation such as manuals, tutorials and reports.
Link to my work: VR Rehabilitation Multitask Training

Biomedical Engineer Intern / Edmond Garcin Hospital, Aubagne, FR
Jul 2014

Internship at the biomedical service, learning all of the tasks and missions of a biomedical engineer.


Research Master Degree -- RVSI
2017 - 2018

RVSI (Réalité Virtuelle et Systèmes Intelligents), or VRSS in English: Virtual Reality and Smart Systems.

This master dregree aims to give the student all the tools needed to understand sciences of information and communication applied to complex systems with a kind of autonomy (such as robots and vehicles).

Link: Master 2 RVSI

Always learning

Currently learning The Gimp and Blender, improving Javascript, Python.

Already got certificates of achievement in the following fields: Git, Linux, HTML/CSS, PHP, Javascript, UE4, jQuery.

Polytech Marseille
2013 - 2016

Biomedical Engineering (Master Degree)

This course trains engineers as specialists in high technology systems and facilities destined for hospitals, health care organisations and health care professionals. With regard to the purely technical part of the course, the emphasis is on instrumentation (physics, electronics, computing, signal processing), with additional courses in chemistry, biology, physiology, biomechanics, etc., which provide an essential basis for an understanding of the very extensive field of biomedical engineering (‘from scanner to scalpel’).

Link: Speciality presentation

Polytech Marseille
2011 - 2013

Preparatory courses in general engineering, at Polytech Marseille (Engineering school).