Giovanni Corvini

Giovanni Corvini received his master’s degree in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Sapienza in 2019. He completed his master thesis at the Neural Rehabilitation Group (NRG) at Cajal Institute, CSIC, in Madrid. In 2020 he worked as a researcher at the Neural Rehabilitation Group, studying the activity of Motor Units extracted from surface EMG in […]

Giovanni Corvini received his master’s degree in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Sapienza in 2019. He completed his master thesis at the Neural Rehabilitation Group (NRG) at Cajal Institute, CSIC, in Madrid. In 2020 he worked as a researcher at the Neural Rehabilitation Group, studying the activity of Motor Units extracted from surface EMG in healthy subjects and post-stroke survivors. From November 2020 he is a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at University of Roma Tre focusing his attention on the development of algorithms to assess muscle fatigue or evaluate neuromuscular disorders by using High-Density surface EMG.

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