After having received his B.Sc. degree in Aerospace engineering in 2016, Massimiliano Filipozzi graduated his M.Sc. degree in Mechatronic engineering in 2019 at the Politecnico di Torino, Italy.
In 2018, he spent six months of his studies at the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba in Argentina and joined the Planning and Navigation group of the MIRACLE project at the Department of Biomedical Engineering of the University of Basel at the end of 2018. There he worked on his master thesis dedicated to the study of an opto-mechanical position sensor (ASTRAS) for medical tracking systems.
Since mid 2019, Massimiliano has started his Ph.D. in the same group, continuing the investigation of sensor tracking system technology for minimally invasive surgery.
L. Iafolla, M. Filipozzi, S. Freund, A. Zam, G. Rauter and P. C. Cattin.Machine learning-based method for linearization and error compensation of a novel absolute rotary encoder. Measurement in press(2020). read
L. Iafolla, M. Filipozzi, S. Freund, A. Zam, G. Rauter and P. C. Cattin. Proof of Concept of a Novel Absolute Rotary Encoder. Sensor and AcuatorsA 312, 112100 (2020). read