Welcome to LISiN

The mission of the Laboratory for Engineering of the Neuromuscular System (LISiN) is the non-invasive investigation of control mechanisms, changes of performance, and fatigue of muscles through the analysis of force, movement, and electromyographic (EMG) signals.

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HD-sEMG wearable system

The aim of this project is to develop a miniaturized, wireless and modular acquisition system for the detection of HD-sEMG in dynamic conditions  


Myo-ART Project The Myo-Art project aims to design and develop an AR system for the visualization of information related to muscle activity, extracted from surface EMG signals, superimposed to the...

Spatially repeatable components from ultrafast ultrasound are associated with motor unit activity in human isometric contractions

R Rohlén, M Carbonaro, GL Cerone, K Meiburger, A Botter and C Grönlund Journal of Neural Engineering DOI: http://10.1088/1741-2552/ace6fc Abstract: Objective. Ultrafast ultrasound (UUS) imaging has...

Design and Validation of a Wireless Body Sensor Network for Integrated EEG and HD-sEMG Acquisitions

G.L.Cerone, A. Giangrande, M. Ghislieri, M. Gazzoni, H. Piitulainen, A. Botter
IEEE Transaction on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering

Design of a Programmable and Modular Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulator Integrated Into a Wireless Body Sensor Network

G.L.Cerone, A. Giangrande, T. Vieira, D. Pisaturo, M. Ionescu, M. Gazzoni, A. Botter
IEEE Access

Tutorial. Surface EMG detection, conditioning and pre-processing: Best practices

R. Merletti, G.L.Cerone Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology Volume 54, October 2020 DOI: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2021.110846  Abstract: This tutorial is aimed primarily to non-engineers, using or...

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EMBC 2022

EMBC 2022 is moving forward as an in-person event, taking place July 11-15, 2022 at the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Click here to check this out!