Agnese Brunzini


Research fellow – ING-IND/15


Prof. Michele Germani

Research Areas

Her Ph.D research activity is inserted within the Athenaeum Strategic Project “StarLab: Simulation Training and Advanced-Research Lab”, which aims to study and develop innovative solutions, i.e. a mixed-reality simulation lab, able to improve the clinical educational path. Her research activity is mainly focused on: 

  • Study and development of AR/MR systems applied in medical simulation training 
  • Study of physical and cognitive ergonomics involved in medical simulation training
Capsule Bio

Agnese Brunzini was born in Jesi (AN), Italy, in December 1989. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2012, from Università Politecnica delle Marche and her master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2015, from Polytechnic of Turin (Italy). She worked as research fellow from January 2016 to October 2017 and in November 2017 she started the Ph.D. course in Industrial Engineering at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (DIISM) at the Università Politecnica delle Marche. Her research interests include CAD design, Reverse Engineering, Ergonomics and Augmented Reality.

  1. Mandolini, M., Brunzini, A., Germani, M., Manieri, S., Mazzoli, A., Pagnoni, M. (2019). “Selective laser sintered mould for orbital cavity reconstruction”. Rapid Prototyping Journal, Vol. 25(1), pp.95-103,
  2. De Stefani, A. et al. (2018). “Strength distribution on TMJ using mandibular advancement device for OSAS treatment: a finite element study”. Dental Cadmos, Vol. 86(9), pp. 757- 764.
  3. Brunzini, A., Gracco, A., Mazzoli, A., Mandolini, M., Manieri, S., Germani, M. (2018). “Preliminary simulation model toward the study of the effects caused by different mandibular advancement devices in OSAS treatment”. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 21(13), pp. 693-702.
  4. Mandolini, M., Brunzini, A., Germani, M. (2017). “A collaborative web-based platform for the prescription of Custom-Made Insoles”. Advanced Engineering Informatics, Vol. 33, pp. 360–373.
  5. Brunzini, A., Mandolini, M., Germani, M., Nester, C. J., Williams, A. E. (2018). “A KNOWLEDGE-BASED AND MULTI-USER PLATFORM FOR PRESCRIBING CUSTOM-MADE INSOLES”. 15th International Design Conference – DESIGN 2018, Dubrovnik – Croatia, May 21-24, 2018. (pp. 2597–2608).
  6. Mandolini, M., Brunzini, A., Steve, M., Germani, M. (2017). “Foot plantar pressure offloading: how to select the right material for a custom-made insole”. In Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Engineering Design – ICED17 (Vol. 1: Resourc, pp. 469–478). Vancouver, Canada.

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