Graduated in Computer Science Engineering he obtained the PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering. He is Associate professor in Biomedical Engineering at Politecnico di Torino and head of the Laboratory of Engineering of Neuromuscular System and motor rehabilitation (LISiN).rnHis chief expertise concerns the development of innovative surface EMG techniques for the non-invasive assessment of neuromuscular system with applications in motor rehabilitation, sport/wellness, ergonomics.
Politecnico di Torino
LISiN - Laboratory of Engineering of Neuromuscular System and Motor RehabilitationrnLISiN's mission is to study the mechanisms of muscle activation and control through electrophysiology, biomechanics, and movement analysis and to apply the results in the fields of ergonomics, sport, rehabilitation, ageing and occupational and space medicine. rnLISiN addresses the study of Neuromuscular system through the non-invasive investigation of voluntary and electrically elicited muscle contractions developing innovative techniques based on multi-channel surface electromyography (EMG). Systems developed by LISiN provide a quantitative description of the muscle anatomy, physiology, training status and fatigue. rnLISiN is currently investigating the combined use of sEMG and AR/VR in the field of motor rehabilitation, ergonomics (prevention of musculoskeletal diseases) and wellness/sport. rn