Stefano Cardarelli

Postdoctoral Researcher – ING-IND/09

Prof. Gabriele Comodi

Research areas
1)    Study and implementation of methodologies and algorithms for the management of distributed storage systems oriented to the flexibility of the loads by the Aggregators.
2)    Study and implementation of simulink tools and web APIs for the simulation of an EV fleet for the optimization of the loads distribution issued by an aggregator subject.

Stefano Cardarelli was born in Macerata (MC) on 08/23/1992. In July 2011 he obtained his scientific high school diploma with a final mark of 86/100 at the Galileo Galilei Scientific High School in Macerata. In December 2014 he graduated in “Biomedical Engineering” at the “Polytechnic University of Marche” with a final mark of 105/110 and a thesis entitled “In-situ calibration of a force platform using a load cell: software”. In October 2016 he obtained his master’s degree in “Computer and Automation Engineering” at the “Polytechnic University of Marche” with a final mark of 110/110 cum laude and a thesis entitled “Development of a tool for superficial electromyography singal processing”. In March 2020 he obtained his Ph.D. in “Information Engineering curriculum Biomedical Engineering, Electronics and Telecommuncations” at the “Polytechnic University of Marche” with the dissertation “Optimal filtering and megnetometer-free sensor fusion: applications to human motion inertial sensing”. From 1/11/2019 he is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Industrial Engineering and Mathematical Sciences department of the “Polytechnic University of Marche”.

Main publications

1.    A. Strazza, A. Mengarelli, F. Verdini, S. Cardarelli, A. Tigrini, C. Morbidoni, S. Fioretti, and F. Di Nardo. Increased co-contraction activity during push-off phase of walking in healthy women. IRBM, 2020.
2.    A. Mengarelli, S. Cardarelli, A. Tigrini, S. Fioretti, and F. Verdini. Kinetic data simultaneously acquired from dynamometric force plate and nintendo wii balance board during human static posture trials. Data in Brief, 28, 2020.
3.    Stefano Cardarelli, Alessandro Mengarelli, Andrea Tigrini, Annachiara Strazza, Francesco Di Nardo, Sandro Fioretti, and Federica Verdini. Single imu displacement and orientation estimation of human center of mass: A magnetometer-free approach. IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 2019.
4.    Alessandro Mengarelli, Stefano Cardarelli, Francesco Di Nardo, Laura Burattini, Federica Verdini, and Sandro Fioretti. An interactive tool for the analysis of muscular recruitment during walking task. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering: Imaging & Visualization, 7(2):175–185, may 2018.
5.    F. Di Nardo, A. Strazza, A. Mengarelli, S. Cardarelli, A. Tigrini, F. Verdini, A. Nascimbeni, V. Agostini, M. Knaflitz, and S. Fioretti. Emg-based characterization of walking asymmetry in children with mild hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Biosensors, 9(3), 2019.
6.    A. Mengarelli, F. Verdini, S. Cardarelli, F. Di Nardo, L. Burattini, and S. Fioretti. Balance assessment during squatting exercise: A comparison between laboratory grade force plate and a commercial, low-cost device. Journal of Biomechanics, 71:264–270, 2018.
7.    A. Mengarelli, S. Cardarelli, A. Strazza, F. Di Nardo, S. Fioretti, and F. Verdini. Validity of the nintendo wii balance board for the assessment of balance measures in the functional reach test. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 26(7):1400–1406, 2018.