Laura Burattini


10 January 2018 Wednesday


Laura Burattini
Honour member

Assistant Professor
Polytechnic University of Marche
Department of Information Engineering
via Brecce Bianche
60131 Ancona, Italy

 

Laura Burattini received the PdD degree in Electrical/Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rochester (USA) in 1998 and the Master degree in Electrical/Biomedical Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano (Itay) in 1993. After the PhD she made some working experience in private companies. Since 2006 she joints the Department of Information Engineering of the Università Politecnica delle Marche where she is currently faculty member as Assistant Professor. She teaches the courses of “Bioengineering” (Bachelor Degree) and “Biomedical Signal and Data Processing” (Master Degree), and is responsible of the “Cardiovascular Bioengineering Lab”. She is promoter of the Erasmus exchange with University of Leiden (The Netherlands) and University of Saragoza (Spain). She contributed to found B.M.E.D. Bio-Medical Engineering Development srl, an academic spin-off that she served as CEO and President from 2012 to 2016. She is currently in the Editorial Board of The Journal of Electrocardiology and The Open Biomedical Engineering Journal. Her main research interests are processing of cardiovascular signals, specifically for the identification of non-invasive indexes of cardiovascular risk, like T-wave alternans. She is also particular active in fetal applications related to both fetal electrocardiography and cardiotocography. She is author more than 50 journal papers and 80 proceedings.

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