Lisa Chiang is a senior physicist with a ten year experience focusing on biomarker acquisition. She is the founder of Cephalgo and previously served as Head of Product and Materials Development at Dreem, developed the first active EEG (electroencephalogram) device in the world. Prior to her experience in France, she worked on anti-nuclear-proliferation technologies in Germany with 4 peer-reviewed publications and promoting education of children in Taiwan. Ms. Chiang graduated from National Tsing Hua University of Taiwan in 2009 in the B.S. of System and Engineering Science and, as the laureate of EU master scholarship, obtained her master degrees of Physics at Technical University of Munich and of Material Science at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich in 2010. In 2014, she received her doctor title of Physics at Technical University of Munich.