The research activity of the Biomedical Instrumentation Lab aims at the design, implementation and carrying out of specific measurement procedures for the assessment of physiological parameters.
The Research Group also deals with the characterisation of the metrological performances of biomedical instrumentation and/ or biomedical prostheses.
The Group is active mainly in the framework of EU research projects and international collaborations.
The Group has taken part in the following EU projects dealing with measurements on humans:
The Group has also taken part in many projects and collaborations with national groups and bodies: PRIN (Research Projects of National Interest), CNR-FIRB projects, ISPESL projects, etc.
Finally, the Group collaborates with companies in the biomedical and biomechanical field for the study, characterisation and development of their products.