Francesco Chinello - Post-Doc
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Francesco Chinello


Post-Doc on Information Engineering
SIena Robotics and Systems Lab
University of Siena
Via Roma 56, 53100 Siena, Italy


Department of Advanced Robotics
Italian Institute of Technology (IIT)
Via Morego 30, 16163 Genova, Italy

Email: chinello@dii.unisi.it, francesco.chinello@iit.it
Google Scholar: Francesco Chinello
Skype: francesco_chinello

1  Bio Sketch

Born the 05th of February 1984 in Grosseto, Italy.
Received B.S. degree in Computer Engineering (focus on Robotics and Industrial automation) in 2007 from the University of Siena with a thesis entitled "Simulation and Control for PUMA 560 robotic manipulator.".
Received M.S. degree in Computer Engineering (focus on Robotics and Industrial automation) in 2010 from the University of Siena with a thesis entitled
"System software for rapid prototyping of anthropomorphic manipulators."
PhD student at the Siena Robotics and Systems Lab (SIRSLab), Department of Information Engineering, University of Siena. PhD thesis:
"Wearability in Robotics: Developing Cutaneous Devices for Haptic Stimuli"
Since June 2012, Ph.D. guest student at the Department of Advanced Robotics of the Italian Institute of Technology (Genova, Italy).
In summer 2013, Ph.D. guest student at Arizona State University, at the School of Biological and Healt System Engineering
SBHSE
(Phoenix, Arizona) under the supervision of Domenico Prattichizzo and Marco Santello.
On February 2014 he received is Ph.D. on Information Engineering.
He is currently Post-Doc at the SIRSLab (University of Siena) and guest researcher at the Department of Advanced Robotics (Italian Institute of Technology).

1.1  Publications

The complete list of my publications is available here.



2  Research Topic

My research activities are principally focused on
robotics:
Software design for robot control,studying design and prototyping of haptic interfaces,
haptics:
cutaneous feedback, wearable haptics, haptic navigation systems,
medicine:
robot-assisted surgery, software control modelling.



At the moment I am directly involved in the European projects:



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