Group Leader, Translational Neuroengineering, École Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Fiorenzo Artoni is a Postdoctoral research and Marie Curie fellow at the Translational Neural Engineering Lab, at Campus Biotech – EPFL, Geneve, Switzerland. He received his PhD in Biorobotics, from Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies after graduating with a double MSc in Automation Engineering and Industrial Engineering, and a double BSc in Biomedical Engineering and Industrial Engineering from the University of Pisa and Scuola Universitaria Superiore Sant’Anna respectively. During his PhD research, he mainly focused on multimodal brain imaging methods to study cortical dynamics during human gait and the neural processes involved in tactile feedback restoration in amputees. His main research interests include the continuing development of Reliable Independent Component Analysis (RELICA) to model cortico-muscular dynamics with HD-EEG and HD-EMG for Mobile Brain/Body Imaging and post-stroke rehabilitation as well as the development of bidirectional lower/upper limb prostheses for amputees.