Artificial Organs, Wearable Physical Interface, and Physical Simulator

Biorobotics can contribute to supporting patients suffering from chronic organ diseases and physical disabilities through the development of advanced robotic devices that can support or replace impaired or compromised functionalities of body parts.

Medical Robotics

Medical robotics changes the way we screen, diagnose, and treat diseases and injuries, developing innovative devices with sizes between 10 cm and tens of microns, functional to the needs of patients and healthcare professionals.

Bioinspired Soft Robotics

Bioinspired soft robotics is a cutting-edge approach that aims to create a new generation of robotic devices, inspired by nature and made of compliant and soft structures, for accomplishing different tasks in real-world environments.


Team Members

Professors, Researchers and Collaborators


Current Projects

European and National Grants



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