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Fabrizio Leo

Visiting Scientist
COgNiTive Architecture for Collaborative Technologies
Research center

Title: PhD
Institute: Università degli Studi di Bologna
Location: Bologna
Country: Italy
From: 2006 To: 2008

Title: Master Degree
Institute: Università degli Studi di Firenze
Location: Firenze
Country: Italy
From: 1998 To: 2003


Title: IBM Data Science by IBM on Coursera
Description: Data Science using Python
Date: 06-06-2020

Experience External

Title: Postdoc
Institute: Otto von Guericke Universität Magdeburg
Location: Magdeburg
Country: Germany
From: 2012 To: 2014

Title: Postdoc
Institute: Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
Location: Tuebingen
Country: Germany
From: 2010 To: 2012

Title: Honorary Research Associate
Institute: University College London
Location: London
Country: UK
From: 2009 To: 2010

All Publications
Leo F., Sandini G., Sciutti A.
Mental Rotation Skill Shapes Haptic Exploration Strategies
IEEE Transactions on Haptics
Article in Press Journal
Leo F., Nataletti S., Brayda L.
Non-informative vision improves spatial tactile discrimination on the shoulder but does not influence detection sensitivity
Experimental Brain Research, vol. 238, (no. 12), pp. 2865-2875
Nataletti S., Leo F., Seminara L., Trompetto C., Valle M., Dosen S., Brayda L.
Temporal Asynchrony but Not Total Energy Nor Duration Improves the Judgment of Numerosity in Electrotactile Stimulation
Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology
Brayda L., Leo F., Baccelliere C., Vigini C., Cocchi E.
A Refreshable Tactile Display Effectively Supports Cognitive Mapping Followed by Orientation and Mobility Tasks: A Comparative Multi-modal Study Involving Blind and Low-vision Participants
MAHCI 2019 - Proceedings of the 2019 Workshop on Multimedia for Accessible Human Computer Interface, co-located with MM 2019
Conference Paper Conference
Trompetto C., Leo F., Brayda L., Dosen S., Verheyden G., Valle M., Seminara L.
Artificial sensory feedback in patients with altered motor performance due to sensory deficits: a pilot study
Poster Conference