Share

Faculty - CdLM IngBiomedical engineering

Daniele Bianchi

Daniele Bianchi has over 8 years of experience in the field of biomedical engineering research. He graduated in Biomedical engineering and hold PhD in biomechanics. His research activities concern the development of computational approaches for the simulation of the mechanical response of biological tissues in a patient-specific environment. The results of the research activity have been published in high-impact international journals and have been presented at prestigious international and national conferences.

Learn more
Francesca Cordella
Assistant professor

Francesca Cordella is currently Assistant Professor with Tenure Track (RTDb) at the Unit of Advanced Robotics and Human-centred Technologies (CREO Lab) of Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. She received the Laurea degree in Electronic Engineering and the Ph.D. in Computer and Automation Engineering both from the University of Naples Federico II. In 2011, she was visiteding student at the Institut fur Robotik und Mechatronik, Deutsches Zentrum fur Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR). Until June 2013 she was Assistant Researcher at the University of Naples Federico II. From 2013 to 2018 she was Assistant Researcher and from November 2018 she is Assistant Professor both in the CREO Lab. She has obtained the National Scientific Qualification for 2nd level Professor in the competition sector 09/G2.

Her research interests are mainly in the field of biomechanics, biomedical robotics, human-machine multimodal interfaces, adaptive control strategies for collaborative robotics, vision-based approaches for motion reconstruction and human-robot interaction, psychophysiological assessment, closed loop systems, sensory feedback restoration .

She is a member of the Technical Program Committee and Associate Editor for several International Conferences and Workshops. She is Guest Editor of several journals and Associate editor for the journal Applied Bionics and Biomechanics.

Since 2015 she is an expert and reviewer for the European Commission within H2020- ICT research programme.

She was and is involved in the role of Co-Principal Investigator, Project Manager and scientific manager of Work Package for more than 20 European and national projects in her fields of interest.

She has authored/coauthored more than 60 peer-reviewed publications appeared in international journals, books and conference proceedingsings.

Learn more
Francesco Scotto Di Luzio
Assistant professor

Francesco Scotto di Luzio is currently Assistant Professor of Bioengineering (RTD-a, SSD: ING-IND/34) at the Research Unit of Advanced Robotics and Human-centred Technologies (Creo Lab) - Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma.

His research interests are mainly in the field of robot-aided rehabilitation, assistive robotics, service robotics for hospital environments, hardware/software integration of multimodal architectures for user state estimation and ergonomic assessment of the worker.

His activities are focused on the following topics: human-robot Interaction, multimodal interfaces for robot control, machine learning techniques for user state estimation, computer vision for robotics, bio-cooperative control systems and sensor data processesing and fusion.

Learn more
Luca Faramondi
Assistant professor

He currently holds the role of Assistant Professor at the departmental faculty of Ingengineering ofUniversità Campus Bio-Medico di Roma where he teaches Cybersecurity courses for Operational Technologies, Cybersecurity, Smart Systems, and Dynamics and Control of Chemical Processes.

The research activity concerns the methodological aspects and application technologies for the cyber and physical protection of critical infrastructures, the identification of vulnerabilities and the definition of defensive strategies.

In 2021 he was the winner of the "Young Researcher Award 2021" given by the IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society TCHS.

He is currently a member of the IEEE SMC Technical Committee on Homeland Security and of the EEE RAS Technical Committee on Digital Manufacturing and Human-Centered Automation.

Learn more
Prof.ssa Simonetta Filippi
Full professor

Italian citizenship

Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma (UCBM)

Faculty of Engineering

Research Unit of Nonlinear Physics and Mathematical Models

Via A. Del Portillo 21, 00128 – Rome, Italy

Learn more
Alessio Gizzi
Associate professor

Associate Professor of Construction Science at the Departmental Faculty of Ingengineering, Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma from 2021.

Holder of the "Construction Science" course in the second year of the Degree Course in IngIndustrial engineering.

Holder of the "Mechanics of Biological Systems" course in the second year of the Master's Degree Course in IngBiomedical engineering.

Tutor for the "Dynamics of Complex Systems" course in the second year of the Master's Degree Course in IngBiomedical engineering.

Holder of the "Solid Mechanics" course in the second year of the Biomedical Engineer degree courseing.

He carries out research activities in various fields concerning theoretical and computational biomechanics, with over 80 scientific papers in high impact factor international journals.

He is reviewer and editor for various scientific journals in Biomechanics, Mechanobiology, Theoretical and Computational Modeling.

Learn more
Prof. Eugenio Guglielmelli
Ordinary Professor

Eugenio Guglielmelli was born in Cosenza on 8 May 1965. He received a degree in IngElectronics engineering and the PhD in IngElectronics engineering (biomedical robotics specialization) from the University of Pisa, in 1991 and 1994 respectively.

Learn more
Clemente Lauretti

Clemente Lauretti is currently Assistant Professor of Bioengineering (RTD-a) at the Unit of Advanced Robotics and Human-centred Technologies (Creo Lab) - Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome (UCBM).

His research interests are mainly in the field of rehabilitation and assistive robotics, robotic surgery, agricultural robotics and robotics for hazardous environments. His activities are focused on the following topics: human-robot Interaction, multimodal interfaces for robot control, machine learning techniques for robot path planninging and control, computer vision for robotics, bio-cooperative control systems and sensor data processesing and fusion.

Learn more
Enrico Domenico Lemma

Born in 1989, Dr. Enrico D. Lemma holds an Assistant Professor position in Materials Science and Technology at the Department of Engineering, Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma.

His academic background includes a MS degree in Materials Engineering at University of Salento (2014) and a PhD in Materials and Structural Engineering and Nanotechnologies at University of Salento (2018).

In 2019, he was awarded a two-year Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Karlsruhe, Germany), to develop novel strategies based on DNA coupling for triggering selective call adhesion on 3D micro-structures.

His main research interests include nonlinear absorption optical systems (eg, multi-photon polymerization) for studying cell mechanobiology in 3D, and (bio)chemical and mechanical properties of innovative materials for 3D printing. He currently develops models to merge 3D microfabrication with microfluidics and organ-on-chip technologies.

Learn more
Carlo Massaroni
Assistant professor

Dr. Carlo Massaroni received his BSc (2010) and MSc (2012) in Biomedical Engineering and Ph.D. in Bioengineering (2017) from Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma (UCBM). Currently, he is Assistant Professor at UCBM. His research interests are focused on the design, development, and tests of sensors, measurementing systems and devices for mechanical and thermal measurements, with particular emphasis on the design of wearable and unobtrusive systems for the measurement of vital parameters and joints motion. Among others, he is principal investigator in ongoing national projects on the development of wearable technologies for non-invasive measurement in the medical, occupational and sports fields and on design of unobtrusive or minimally-invasive measurementing systems based on fiber optics for medical and industrial applications. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology. He is currently the Chair of the “Wearable Sensors” TC of the IEEE Sensors Italy Chapter and Associate Member of the "Wearable Biomedical Sensors & Systems" TC of the IEEE EMB.

Learn more

Insights

magnifiercrossmenuchevron-downchevron-leftchevron-right