RC Members

Dr Guido PAGANA
Postdoctoral research assistant
Politecnico di Torino - Department of Control and Computer Engineering

RESEARCH INTERESTS AND CURRENT RESEARCH

Research projects in the medical sector:

  • Research project on the evaluation and impact of health path design for chronic diseases (Sola D., Couturier J., Scarso Borioli G., Pagana G.)
  • Research project on how technology solution (in particular internet of things solutions) can overcome some of the organizational and structural barriers to make the Healthcare more sustainable (Sola D., Couturier J., Scarso Borioli G., Pagana G.)

RESEARCH OUTPUT IN HEALTH-RELATED TOPICS

Articles in journals

PAGANA, G., GALLEANI, L., GROSSI, S., RUO ROCH, M., PASTORE, E., POGGIO, M., QUARANTA, G. (2012), "Time-frequency analysis of the endocavitarian signal in paroxysmal atrial fibrillation", IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Vol. 59, n°10, pp. 2838-2844

MINNITI, D., PAGANA, G., GROSSO, M. & al. (2010), "E-care e radiologia domiciliare: il futuro della radiologia a casa dei pazienti in tutta sicurezza", E-health forum, Anno 2, n°3, Maggio/giugno 2010

ZIBETTI, M., PAGANA, G., BOTTIGELLI, L., PESARE, M., CINQUEPALMI, A, LANOTTE, M., CAMPAGNOLI, KAFLIZ, M., SCHIERONI, M.P., LOPIANO, L. (2007), "A preliminary study of the effects of STN DBS on spatial and temporal parameters of gait in advanced pd patients", Neurological Sciences Supplement, Vol. 28

Conference proceedings

PAGANA, G., LEPORE, E., PUGNO, N., ATTARDO, E.A., VECCHI, G. (2009), "Microwave imaging : from soft towards hard tissues monitoring", 2nd International Symposium on applied sciences in biomedical and communication technologies,ISABEL 2009,24-27 Nov.

PAGANA, G., PUGNO, N., BALBI, V., ATTARDO, E.A., VECCHI, G. (2009), "New targets for microwaves imaging",''Size and shape effects on microwave imaging for tumor detection'', Workshop Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, National Institute of Nuclear Physics (Frascati (Laboratories)), October 19-22, Italy

PAGANA, G., SALVADOR, S.M., VECCHI, G. (2008), "Signal processing techniques for microwave imaging of the breast", International Symposium on Applied Sciences on Biomedical and Communication Technologies, ISABEL '08, October 25-28, Aalborg, Denmark

PAGANA, G., PUGNO, N. (2008), "Size and effects on microwave imaging for tumor detection", Italy,Int. Workshop Nanoscience & Nanotechnology, National Institute of Nuclear Physics, Frascati (Laboratories), October 20-23

SALVADOR, S., VECCHI, G., PAGANA, G., CACCIATORE, C. (2008), "A comparison between two algorithms for microwave breast cancer detection", XXIX URSI General Assembly  (Chicago, Illinois, USA), August

EDUCATION

2007-2009: PhD in Electronics Eng. -  Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy)

2000-2006: MD - Università di Torino (Turin, Italy)

Research topic: Deep Brain Stimulation as a therapy of Parkinson's disease

1999-2000: Degree in Electronics Engineering -  Ecole Supérieure de l'Electricité (SUPELEC) (Paris, France)

1995-2000: Bachelor in Telecommunications Engineering -  Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Depuis 2010: Postdoctoral Research Assistant -  Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy)

2010-2012: Consultancy work in the field of telemedicine and analysis of cardiological signal for Atrial Fibrillation - Hospital Mauriziano Umberto I, (Turin, Italie)

2009-2010: Contributing to telemedicine projects (radiology, RADHOME project) - Hospital Molinette San Giovanni Battista (Turin, Italy)

2006-2009: Doctorate in Electronic Engineering and Communications (research on the detection of breast tumors through microwave technology) -  Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italie)

Since 2001: Teaching assistant -  Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italie)

2001-2006: Research assistant (study of a Galileo receiver for space applications) -  Politecnico di Torino, Torino (Turin, Italie)

TEACHING

Politecnico di Torino: analysis of the signal of Biomedical Engineering, signal theory of electrical engineering, statistical analysis of signals for telecommunications engineering and electronics

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