_TAM5062-(ZF-9181-77671-1-001) - Copy (2)About me: 
 I am a Research Associate at the University College London, UK. My work involves studying the electrical activity of the heart and some of its dysfunctions related to sudden cardiac death.

I obtained a joint Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Zaragoza, Spain, and the Politecnico di Milano, Italy. My Ph.D. was in the field of non-stationary biomedical signal processing and focused on the dynamic interactions between cardiovascular signals, such as heart rate, arterial pressure, respiration, photopletismographic signal, etc. I received the M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano, Italy, and a degree in engineering from the Ecole Centrale Paris, France in 2006. I also worked at the Barcelona Tech (Spain, 6 months, 2008), Ecole Normale de Lyon (France, 4 months, 2010) and at Harvard Medical School of Boston (US, 4 months, 2011) as a visiting student.

I collaborate with chitroppochiniente.it, Esseblog and Prof. V. Navarro’s blog, for which I translate into Italian articles about social science and economics.

I am also an amateur runner (best time 2h44’ in 42k marathon).

Some keywords: Repolarization alternans • Non-stationary signal processing • Cross time-frequency analysis • Cohen’s class distributions • Point process modeling • Multivariate autoregressive models • Autonomic nervous system • Dynamic cardio-vascular-respiratory interactions • Heart rate variability

Address (office): 132 Hampstead Road – London
e‐mail: m.orini[at]ucl.ac.uk


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