I received my BSc degree and MSc degree in Biomedical Engineering from University of Pisa, Italy, respectively in 2009 and 2012. I am currently a PhD student in Biorobotics at The BioRobotics Institute and my main research interests are innovative methods in prosthesis control, bio-sensors, signal processing, real-time measurements and data analysis.
Tarantino S., Clemente F., Barone D., Controzzi M., and Cipriani C., "A Myokinetic HMI for the Control of Hand Prostheses: A Feasability Study" Converging Clinical and Engineering Research on Neuro-rehabilitation II. https://goo.gl/x4NjVc (2016)
Zucca A., Cipriani C., Sudha, Tarantino S., Ricci D., Mattoli V. and Greco F., “Tattoo Conductive Polymer Nanosheets for Skin-Contact Applications.” Advanced Healthcare Materials. http://goo.gl/r44iq8 (2015)
V. Ortenzi, S. Tarantino, C. Castellini, and C. Cipriani, “Ultrasound Imaging for Hand Prosthesis Control : a Comparative Study of Features and Classification Methods” http://goo.gl/YcOJlc (2015)
H. M. Al-Angari, G. Kanitz, S. Tarantino, and C. Cipriani, “Distance and mutual information methods for EMG feature and channel subset selection for classification of hand movements,” Biomed. Signal Process. Control, http://goo.gl/bfGE2u (2016)