Biomedical Electronics And Devices

The biomedical electronics engineering research team uses electronics and software development to design devices capable of physiological data acquisition and actuation, on-board signal processing, data encryption, storage and secure transfer. We are particularly interested in portable, non-invasive, power autonomous and low power electronics development, wearable, implantable and ubiquitous computing, as well as system-on-chip technologies.

Project Highlights


CSI:Brainwave project’s full title is “Brainwave control of a wearable robotic arm for rehabilitation and neurophysiological study in Cervical Spine Injury” .

It is a multidisciplinary neurophysiological project, developed by the Lab of Medical Physics and supported by two Neurosurgical Departments. It has been awarded and is funded by the 2013 “Mario Boni” Research Grant by the Cervical Spine Research Society – European Section (CSRS-ES).