Dr. Angelo Basteris was graduated with a Master’s degree in Bioengineering from the University in Genoa in 2007. There, he ended his PhD in Bioengineering in 2011, studying interactive technologies to facilitate motor skill learning and neuromotor recovery.
His major interest is the application of robots and motion analysis systems in rehabilitation. He is also interested in the understanding of motor skill learning in healthy subjects.
His research activity includes movement analysis of wheelchair propulsion, robotic assistance for development of novel motor skills and for intermanual transfer of handwriting and robot-therapy for multiple sclerosis subjects.