Ricercatori a tempo determinato | Medical Robotics and Devices
Daniela D'Auria received the Laurea degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Naples, Italy. Then, she received the Ph.D. degree in Computer and Automation Engineering from the same University under the supervision of Professors Bruno Siciliano and Blake Hannaford. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Smart Data Factory laboratory, the technology transfer laboratory of the Faculty of Computer Science of the Free University of Bolzano. She is also a member of the Interdepartmental Center for Advances in Robotic Surgery of the University of Naples Federico II. Her research interests include medical robotics and devices, computer-assisted surgery, surgical simulators and skill assessment, telemedicine, haptics, virtual environments and simulators and semantics in robotics.
- Medical Robotics and Devices
- Computer-Assisted Surgery
- Surgical Simulators and Skill Assessment
- Virtual Environments and Simulators
- Semantics in Robotics