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Giulia Bodo

Mechatronic Engineer
PhD Student
Rehab Technologies - INAIL-IIT lab
Research center

Giulia Bodo completed her academic journey with a focus on Biomedical and Mechatronic Engineering. Currently in her third year of a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, she conducts research at the Rehab Technologies Lab, Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa. Her work revolves around enhancing human-machine interaction and achieving rehabilitation outcomes for shoulder joints in orthopedic and neurological patients using innovative control strategies for upper limb exoskeletons. She is also involved into telemedicine projects, collaborating with research institutions and clinical partners to develop innovative solutions for e-health.

All Publications
Bodo G., Tessari F., Buccelli S., Laffranchi M.
A Rapid Control Prototyping and Hardware-in-the Loop Approach for Upper Limb Robotic Exoskeletons Control.
Applied Science, vol. 14, (no. 5)
Bodo G., Tessari F., Buccelli S., De Guglielmo L., Capitta G., Laffranchi M., De Michieli L.
Customized Series Elastic Actuator for a Safe and Compliant Human-Robot Interaction: Design and Characterization
International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR)
Article in Press Conference
Bodo G., Bello P.D., Tessari F., Buccelli S., Boccardo N., De Michieli L., Laffranchi M.
Comparative analysis of inverse kinematics methodologies to improve the controllability of rehabilitative robotic devices
IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, vol. 2022-July