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Rehab Technologies - INAIL-IIT lab
As postdoctoral researcher at Rehab Technologies - INAIL-IIT joint lab, I investigate the cognitive-behavioural and physiological processes underlying human-machine interactions according to the methodologies of neuroergonomics. I aim at designing user-centered prosthetic, assistive, and rehabilitative technologies based on biomedical robotic systems and virtual/mixed reality. I dedicate special attention to the approaches of serious games and gamification for engaging the users and improving the human-machine interaction training. Furthermore, I'm interested in teaching inclusive and health-oriented game design to make students aware of the difficulties of people with disabilities and of of the motor exercise effects on well-being while they learn how to create interactive systems. My studies on augmented interaction (brain-controlled augmented reality feedback design for mobile control and for user training in surgical human-robot interaction) allowed me to obtain, on April 2015, a PhD in Robotics, Cognition and Interaction Technologies from IIT and University of Genova (Italy). My previous studies focused on cognitive-behavioural disciplines: I received a BSc in Cognitive Psychobiology (animal cognition) and an MSc in Experimental Psychology (psychometrics of user experience) at University of Padova (Italy), working meanwhile as consultant and teacher in cognitive ergonomics.
Larradet F., Barresi G., Mattos L.S.
Affective communication enhancement system for locked-in syndrome patients
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 12188 LNCS, pp. 143-156
Conference Paper Book Series
Penza V., Soriero D., Barresi G., Pertile D., Scabini S., Mattos L.S.
The GPS for surgery: A user-centered evaluation of a navigation system for laparoscopic surgery
International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery, vol. 16, (no. 5), pp. 1-13
Larradet F., Niewiadomski R., Barresi G., Caldwell D.G., Mattos L.S.
Toward Emotion Recognition From Physiological Signals in the Wild: Approaching the Methodological Issues in Real-Life Data Collection
Frontiers in Psychology, vol. 11
de Zambotti M., Barresi G., Colrain I.M., Baker F.C.
When sleep goes virtual: the potential of using virtual reality at bedtime to facilitate sleep
Sleep, vol. 43, (no. 12)
Larradet F., Niewiadomski R., Barresi G., Mattos L.S.
Appraisal theory-based mobile app for physiological data collection and labelling in the wild
UbiComp/ISWC 2019- - Adjunct Proceedings of the 2019 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing and Proceedings of the 2019 ACM International Symposium on Wearable Computers, pp. 752-756
Conference Paper Conference
Barresi G., Podda J., Conradi S., Molinari R., Rosa G., Caponetto F., Gioco G., Carmosino I., Berta R., Canali C.
Rehabilitative Exergame Design for People with Multiple Sclerosis: "Le Abilità in Gioco"
ITIS Delpozzo (Cuneo) - Classi Sperimentazione Robotica
User-Centered Biomedical Robots
Ergoforum 2021 - Società Italiana di Ergonomia
User-Centered Design - Dall'Usabilità alla Gamification
Alma Artis Academy - Pisa
Videogiochi, Abilità e Sensibilizzazione
Didacta 2021 - Panel on Videogames and Society
Barresi G., Conradi S., Caponetto F., Molinari R., Canali C.
Cervelli a Scuola di Game Design
Webinar - Settimana del Cervello
Awards and Achievements
Deshpande N., Acemoglu A., Peretti G., Mora F., Guastini L., Lee J., Barresi G., Caldwell D.G., Mattos L.S.
Winner of New Surgical Technologies Competition: "CALM - Computer Aided Laser Microsurgery"
Organizer of Public Engagement Events on the Relationships between Sci-Fi and Research
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