Computational Physiology & Biomedical Instruments Group
at BioLAB, Department of Information Engineering & Bioengineering and Robotics Research Centre "E. Piaggio" University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
Cardiovascular and Neural Modeling
Biomedical Signal Processing
Wearable Systems for Physiological Monitoring

Study Spotlight

 

Autonomic Nervous System Dynamics

Several previous works pointed out the crucial role of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS)  signals, in the assessment of health status.

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Brain-Heart Interaction

Brain-Heart Interaction, BHI, is a topic, and probably the most interesting, in the emerging field of Network Physiology.

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Affective Computing

The BIOLAB group at Centro di Ricerca "E.Piaggio" is mainly involved in the following research activities:

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Computational Physiology & Biomedical Instruments Group, University of Pisa

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