Director, Technology Division; Interactive Media - Neuroscape
UCSF – Mission BaySandler Neuroscience CenterMC 0444, 675 Nelson Rising LaneSan Francisco, CA 94158
Roger is originally from Barcelona, Spain. In 2002 he got his undergraduate degree in Multimedia Engineering at Universitat Ramon Llull.
During his studies he became interested in subjects such as Human Computer Interaction, Interactive Media Installations, Sound and Image Editing, Video games and everything related to the boundaries between Art, Technology and Science.
In his previous jobs before joining Neuroscape, Roger worked as a developer, web project manager, analyst, data architect and lastly as a creative technologist developing interactive media installations for exhibitions, museums and faires.
In the summer of 2013 he joined the then Gazzaley lab as an external tech specialist with a private grant for the summer, helping the lab gamify some of their experiments. He liked it so much that since December 2013 he is a full time member of the Neuroscape center, working across all sections and in charge of experiment interaction design, scientific imaging and video game development using a variety of technologies and gadgets in fields such as motion capture, biofeedback, virtual and augmented reality.