Retired full professor. At the University of Rome “RomaTre” as full professor.
Tommaso D’Alessio is Full Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Dept. of Applied Electronics in the Faculty of Engineering of Università Roma Tre where he teaches to graduate and undergraduate courses, and supervises PhD students. His present research interests concern signal processing in the biomedical field, the development of devices and systems to be used in the study of gait and movement, such as markerless systems, the study of human movement control systems, of sensors and algorithms for telemedicine applications, and of innovative algorithms and systems for rehabilitation. He has been coordinator or unit leader in many projects funded by the Ministry of University. He has been leader of the Roma Tre Unit in the Project TREMOR, funded in the FP7 Programs. Among the founders of the Centre for Biomedical Engineering of the University Rome La Sapienza and of the CRS-TBS (Centre for research in Biomedical Technology), has been in the management boards for many years. Since 1988, he worked as consultant for the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in many projects of biomedical instrumentation concerning developing countries. He is author of about 150 scientific papers, in peer reviewed Journals and International Conferences, and is member of EMBS, GNB.