Enrico Staderini’s main research interests focus on human cognitive performances, sport technologies, neurophysiology instrumentation for cognitive science, athlete acceptable wearable monitoring systems, UWB medical radars for vital signs detection, rehabilitation engineering and assistive devices for the elderly and the handicapped people. He is with the Haute École d’Ingénierie et de Gestion de l’État de Vaud HEIG-VD, Western Switzerland University of Applied Sciences HES-SO in Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland, teaching biomedical electronics and signal theory as a professor in biomedical technologies. He published more than fifty peer-reviewed scientific papers and directed important research projects.
Enrico holds a MD degree from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (1981) in Italy from which he also got a specialization degree (postgrad) in biomedical engineering (1982) and a PhD in cardiovascular physiopathology (1988). Eventually he specialized (postgrad) in engineering of assistive devices for the elderly and disabled people (2003) from the University of Trieste (Italy).
A registered physician in Italy (1982-), Norway (2006-) and Switzerland (2011-), after a combined career in the medical practice, the informatics and the biomedical devices industry, Enrico served as invited professor in India, USA, Brazil, Norway, IAEA-UNESCO ICTP and as researcher in Italy teaching medical physics and biomedical engineering. He is still active at international level with very important and tight relations with Indian companies and universities, besides sitting in various International and National Experts Panels and Doctorate boards.