Davide Piaggio is an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Warwick and co-director of the Applied Biomedical Signal Processing Intelligent eHealth Lab https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/eng/research/grouplist/biomedicaleng/abspie/). Davide received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Warwick, his MSc in Biomedical Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Turin, and his BSc in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Genoa.
Currently, he is module leader and lecturer for the course “Medical device: design, maintenance and assessment”, lecturer for the course “Research and Professional Skills in Biomedical and Clinical Engineering” and for few other courses of specialization (e.g., “Usability Engineering for medical devices”, “Clinical research, open innovation and market access in the digital era”, “Medicine enabled by engineering technologies”).
He is also involved as Deputy Manager in the Gatekeeper project (https://www.gatekeeper-project.eu/), helping in the coordination of the large scale pilots.
He is author of ~30 publications among book chapters, conference papers and journal papers.
He is associate editor for Health and Technology and guest editor for Biomedical Signal Processing and Control and for MDPI Healthcare.
His main interests are medical device design and medical location assessment, frugal design, medical device standards and regulations, frugal regulations, infection prevention and control and COVID-19, bioethics.
Innovation in e-health. How e-health and AI can originate an open, trust-based arena for matching ideas, technologies, user needs and processes, aimed at ensuring healthier independent lives for the ageing populations.
The open innovation framework and the Gatekeeper Project experience.