The Team

 



Alberto Fornaser

Alberto Fornaser PhD doctorate at the MIRo Lab of the University of Trento.

His research and development includes object identification and localisation, sensor fusion of image and range data, localisation and motion planning for autonomous industrial vehicles. Main applications are in the field of mobile robotics. Author of several articles in international congress proceedings.

Winner of the prize “Città Imprese 2013”.

Mariolino De Cecco 

Mariolino De Cecco PhD is an Associate Professor of Mechanical and Thermal Measurements and Robotics and Data Fusion at the University of Trento, and is head of the MIRo Lab. Previously he held a technical position within CISAS, University of Padova.

Main areas of interest and development are mechanical measurements, vision for 3D shape estimation, measurement of human motion and human-machine interaction, industrial diagnostics, mobile robotics, SLAM (Simultaneous Location and Mapping for mobile robots), trajectory planning and control of autonomous vehicles. Author of more than 100 publications in books, refereed international journals and national/international conference proceedings.

Co Investigator of the Payload "Optical, Spectroscopic, and Infrared Remote Imaging System" OSIRIS (Rosetta - ESA Cornerstone Mission, launched in February 2003). Member of the group TEAM LISA (LISA - Cornerstone Mission ESA launched in 2011). Unit manager of two European projects VERITAS (EU - FP VII) and AGILE (Eurostars 2008).

Member of "Albo degli esperti in innovazione tecnologica" of the Ministry of Economic Development. Reviser for the Trento province and for PPARC (UK Strategic Science Investment Agency).

Role in Robosense: administrator and technical manager.

Luca Baglivo

Luca Baglivo PhD is a Senior Researcher at EURAC - Institute for Renewable Energy. Formerly he was a postdoctoral researcher with the University of Aveiro and the Laboratory of Systems and Robotics - IST Lisbon and a postdoctoral researcher with the University of Trento at the MIRo Lab.

His research and development includes object identification and localisation for autonomous vehicles, motion planning for autonomous industrial vehicles, cooperative Terrain-Aided Navigation of underwater autonomous vehicles (AUVs) formations, testing solar energy and energy efficiency in buildings. Author of more than 40 publications in books, refereed international journals and national/international conference proceedings.

Member of the group TEAM LISA (LISA - Cornerstone Mission ESA launch in 2011).

Role in Robosense: technical manager for Robotics products and consultant.

Francesco Setti

Francesco Setti PhD is a Senior Researcher at ISTC - Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie della Cognizione. Formerly he held the Marie Curie research grant ABILE for one year at the Department of Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London and one year at the University of Trento, MIRo Lab.

His research and development includes Computer Vision, formal ontology, Human shape and motion reconstruction, Human-Robot Interaction, Pattern Recognition. Author of more than 20 publications in refereed international journals and national/international conference proceedings.

Role in Robosense: administrator and technical manager for Vision based products and consultant.

Mattia Tavernini - CEO

Mattia Tavernini PhD is a Researcher at the MIRo Lab. During his PhD research he was involved in ITER - International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor collaborating with Instituto de Plasmas e Fusao Nuclear - Laboratorio Associado, IST, University of Lisbon.

His areas of interest includes object identification and localisation for autonomous vehicles with camera and laser, motion planning for autonomous industrial vehicles, Rhombic Like Vehicles, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition. Author of several publications in refereed international journals and international conference proceedings.

Role in Robosense: Ceo, designer and software developer.

Nicolò Biasi

Nicolò Biasi PhD spent most of his doctorate at the MIRo Lab. During his PhD research he collaborated with the Department of Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London.

His research and development includes Computer Vision, human shape and motion reconstruction, Pattern Recognition. Author of several publications in refereed international journals and international conference proceedings.

Role in Robosense: software developer for Vision based and diagnostics products and consultant.

Collaborators

 
Michele Confalonieri

Michele Confalonieri is a PhD student at the MIRo Lab. In his PhD research he is collaborating with ABILITA, Presidio Ospedaliero Villa Rosa, Trento.

His research and development includes embedded software, Human-Robot Interaction, physical and cognitive rehabilitation. Author of several publications in refereed international conference proceedings.

Enrico Zappia

Enrico Zappia is a PhD student at the MIRo Lab. He also served as industrial consultant for C.L.Tech for the support of the design and verification of the testing process for a Universal Grid Testing machine ().

His research and developments includes object identification and localisation for autonomous vehicles with camera and laser, motion planning for autonomous industrial vehicles, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition. Author of publications in refereed international conference proceedings.