Silvestro Micera focuses on Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Sensory system, Neuroscience, Spinal cord injury and Spinal cord. His work carried out in the field of Physical medicine and rehabilitation brings together such families of science as Rehabilitation, Physical therapy and Motor control. His Sensory system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sensation, Peripheral nerve interface, Phantom limb and Prosthesis.
His work deals with themes such as Perception and Neuroprosthetics, which intersect with Prosthesis. His study in Neuroscience concentrates on Motor cortex and Stimulation. His Spinal cord injury research incorporates elements of Gait and Neuromodulation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Neuroscience, Artificial intelligence, Sensory system and Rehabilitation. His studies in Physical medicine and rehabilitation integrate themes in fields like Stroke, Neurorehabilitation, Robot and Physical therapy. His research in Stimulation, Motor cortex, Electroencephalography, Motor control and Neuroplasticity are components of Neuroscience.
Within one scientific family, Silvestro Micera focuses on topics pertaining to Spinal cord injury under Stimulation, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Neuromodulation and Gait. The various areas that Silvestro Micera examines in his Artificial intelligence study include Electromyography, Computer vision and Pattern recognition. The study incorporates disciplines such as Somatosensory system, Perception, Sensation, Neuroprosthetics and Prosthesis in addition to Sensory system.
Neuroscience, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Sensory system, Stimulation and Artificial intelligence are his primary areas of study. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Neuroscience, focusing on Stroke and, on occasion, Optogenetics. He has researched Physical medicine and rehabilitation in several fields, including Rehabilitation, Treadmill, Motor coordination, Robot and Prosthesis.
His Sensory system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Somatosensory system, Task, Perception and Neuroprosthetics. His Stimulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Facilitation, Deep brain stimulation, Neuron and Optic nerve. His research in Artificial intelligence intersects with topics in Electromyography, Natural language processing, Computer vision, Machine learning and Pattern recognition.
Silvestro Micera mainly focuses on Sensory system, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Neuroscience, Stimulation and Motor control. His Sensory system study incorporates themes from Somatosensory system, Perception, Haptic technology and Neuroprosthetics. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research integrates issues from Task, Cognition, Motor learning, Neurology and Prosthesis.
Many of his research projects under Neuroscience are closely connected to Calcium imaging with Calcium imaging, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. In general Stimulation study, his work on Tibial nerve often relates to the realm of Metabolic cost, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Motor control study combines topics in areas such as Workspace, Neurophysiology, Robotic arm and Human–computer interaction.
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Control of Multifunctional Prosthetic Hands by Processing the Electromyographic Signal
Massimiliano Zecca;S Micera;MC Carrozza;P Dario.
Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering (2002)
A critical review of interfaces with the peripheral nervous system for the control of neuroprostheses and hybrid bionic systems
Xavier Navarro;Thilo B. Krueger;Thilo B. Krueger;Natalia Lago;Silvestro Micera.
Journal of The Peripheral Nervous System (2005)
Restoring Natural Sensory Feedback in Real-Time Bidirectional Hand Prostheses
Stanisa Raspopovic;Stanisa Raspopovic;Marco Capogrosso;Marco Capogrosso;Francesco Maria Petrini;Marco Bonizzato.
Science Translational Medicine (2014)
Restoring Voluntary Control of Locomotion after Paralyzing Spinal Cord Injury
Rubia van den Brand;Janine Heutschi;Janine Heutschi;Quentin Barraud;Quentin Barraud;Jack DiGiovanna.
Electronic dura mater for long-term multimodal neural interfaces
Ivan R. Minev;Pavel Musienko;Arthur Hirsch;Quentin Barraud.
On the Shared Control of an EMG-Controlled Prosthetic Hand: Analysis of User–Prosthesis Interaction
C. Cipriani;F. Zaccone;S. Micera;M.C. Carrozza.
IEEE Transactions on Robotics (2008)
Robotic techniques for upper limb evaluation and rehabilitation of stroke patients
R. Colombo;F. Pisano;S. Micera;A. Mazzone.
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (2005)
A brain–spine interface alleviating gait deficits after spinal cord injury in primates
Marco Capogrosso;Tomislav Milekovic;David Borton;David Borton;Fabien Wagner.
Design of a cybernetic hand for perception and action
M. C. Carrozza;G. Cappiello;S. Micera;B. B. Edin.
Biological Cybernetics (2006)
Control of Hand Prostheses Using Peripheral Information
S Micera;J Carpaneto;S Raspopovic.
IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering (2010)
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