Center for Advanced Technology in Health and Wellbeing

Diana Trojaniello

Diana Trojaniello

Location: DIBIT2 C1, Floor 5, Room 4a

Head of bioengineering Research, Center for advanced technology in health and wellbeing

Diana Trojaniello, Bioengineer, Ph.D. got the BEng degree (2009) and Msc (2011) cum laude in Biomedical Engineering from the University Federico II of Naples, in Italy. She obtained the professional habilitation from the Order of Engineers in Naples. In 2015, she received the Ph.D. in Bioengineering from Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna. During her Ph.D., she spent research periods abroad (EPFL, University of Virginia, University of Madrid,) as invited visiting researcher. After the PhD she worked as Post-Doc research fellow. She spent 3 months as visiting researcher at Oregon Health and Science University, Portland. She practiced as Adjunct Professor at University of Verona and University of Sassari in Biomedical image processing, MRI and CT techniques. Speaker at numerous national and international conferences, including seminars and workshops. She has been a TPC member of several international conferences and has served as a reviewer for some peer-reviewed scientific journals.

She actually works as project manager and Sr research scientist at IRCCS Ospedale San Raffaele for the Center for advanced technology in health and wellbeing. Her research interests include biomechanics, development and testing of new methodologies for human movement analysis based on wearable technologies, signal processing and of new ICT solutions for motor and cognitive assessment and rehabilitation. Involved in EU projects of the past EU FP7 Program of research, she is actually leading the research activities in several H2020 projects.