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Stefano Pane was born in Naples, Italy, in 1991. He received the Bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering from the University of Roma3, Rome, Italy, in 2015, and the M.Sc. degree (with honors) in mechatronics engineering from the Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy, in 2017. He is currently working on his PhD at the Biorobotics institute of Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy. His research interests include microrobotics and magnetic micromanipulation as well as biomechatronics and implantable devices.
Ongaro F., Pane S. Scheggi S., Misra S. "Design of an electromagnetic setup for independent three-dimensional control of pairs of identical and non-identical microrobots", IEEE Transaction on robotics, 2019
Contributo su Rivista
- Aziz, A.; Pane, S.; Iacovacci, V.; Koukourakis, N.; Czarske, J.; Menciassi, A.; Medina-Sanchez, M.; Schmidt, O. G.
Medical Imaging of Microrobots: Toward In Vivo Applications
10865-10893 ACS NANO (2020)
Volume nr. : 14
Issue nr. : 1
- Ongaro, Federico; Pane, Stefano; Scheggi, Stefano; Misra, Sarthak
Design of an Electromagnetic Setup for Independent Three-Dimensional Control of Pairs of Identical and Nonidentical Microrobots
174-183 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ROBOTICS (2019)
Volume nr. : 35
Issue nr. : 1
His main research topics include magnetic manipulation and control of reconfigurable microrobotic structures for efficient minimally invasive targeted therapies and ultrasound based biomedical imaging tecniques. In parallel he is working on magnetic sensing systems for implantable devices.