Prof. Alessandro Del Vecchio

Chair of Neuromuscular Physiology and Neural Interfacing, Department Artificial Intelligence in Biomedical Engineering

We study how our nervous system controls muscle forces. Our research is within the neurophysiological and neuro-engineering framework and aims at providing accurate and robust applications for human/machine interfaces and neurophysiological investigations. Our end goal is to restore motor function in paralyzed individuals and to identify biomarkers of neuroplasticity.

Research projects

  • Neuromuscular control of the human hand
  • Decoding large (>thousands) populations of spinal motoneurons
  • Hybrid interface with cortical and spinal motoneurons
  • The effect of training and neurorehabilitation on behaviour of spinal and cortical motoneuro

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