The engineer Franchini Roberto is a researcher at the Institute of Clinical Physiology of the National Research Council - CNR, in Italy. I am a computer engineer who graduated from the University of Lecce (Italy) and a Master in "Non-invasive imaging for advanced morpho-functional diagnostics. Training of highly qualified researchers in the area of techniques and software processes for medical diagnostic imaging. " at the University of NAPLES. I have 7 years of experience as a researcher in biomedical images and innovative medical software development at the Institute of Clinical Physiology of CNR Italy, 2 years as a researcher of Esaote SpA. I have had training courses on basic computer skills, and firmware programming for microcontrollers. The training helped me find ways to improve problem identification, prioritize, and implement problem-solving strategies.
The research interests of engineer Franchini Roberto are articles related to the development of innovative techniques and methods of non-invasive image and signal processing in the field of diagnostics, neonatology, and IT rehabilitation systems. I have published more than 30 articles in renowned international and national journals. I have participated in various qualitative and quantitative researches and various conferences.