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Enrico Staderini is a professor at the Haute École d'Ingénierie et de Gestion de l'État de Vaud HEIG-VD Western Switzerland University of Applied Sciences HES-SO (Industrial Automation Institute) in Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland. His main research interests focus on neurophysiology instrumentation, sport technologies, cognitive science, UWB medical radars, rehabilitation engineering, biomedical electronics and assistive devices for the elderly and the handicapped people. He published more than fifty peer-reviewed scientific papers and directed important research projects. Enrico earned a MD degree from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (1981) in Italy and then he got a specialization degree (postgrad) in biomedical engineering (1982) and a PhD in cardiovascular physiopathology (1988) from the same university. Eventually he specialized (postgrad) in assistive devices engineering for the elderly and disabled people (2003) from the University of Trieste (Italy). He also qualified as EUCIP – European Certification for Informatics Professionals (a European qualification from the CEPIS Council of European Professional Informatics Societies). 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, UN 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 others. Enrico Staderini is a member of the IEEE, of the Swiss Society for Biomedical Engineering (SGBT), of the Bern based BioMedical Engineering Club (BMEClub) and of the Swiss Electromagnetics Research & Engineering Center (SEREC). He also sits in various International and National Experts Panels and Doctorate boards.
NYTT Health Services Program (NYTT Helsetjenesteprogrammet), Norwegian Center for Telemedicine (Nasjonalt Senter for Telemedisin): a department of the North Norway Regional and University Hospital (Universitetssykehuset Nord-Norge) in Tromsø, Norway: ï· telemedicine ï· networking of medical devices