Biography and Research Project
I was born in Mantova (Italy) in 1988. I received the Dr. Ing. degree (M.Sc.) in Electronic Engineering from the University of Parma in 2013, and in January 2014 I joined the Domotics and Assistive Technologies (DoTA) Lab as a Ph.D. student, under the supervision of Prof. Ilaria De Munari and Prof. Paolo Ciampolini.
My main research interests are in the field of AAL and wearable devices, in particular for the monitoring of elderly people's activities.
My research at the Applied Biomedical Signal Processing and Intelligent eHealth Lab will be focused on tracking sleep patterns using data coming from non-invasive accelerometer and ECG, and estimating the quality of sleep in order to study how it may impact the daily living.
- Guerra, C., Bianchi, V., De Munari, I., Ciampolini, P.: A wearable sensor for AAL-based continuous monitoring. In: Inclusive Smart Cities and Digital Health, vol. 9677 pp 383-394, Springer International (2016)
- Guerra, C., Bianchi, V., Grossi, F., Mora, N., Losardo, A., Matrella, G., De Munari, I., Ciampolini, P.: The HELICOPTER project: A heterogeneous sensor network suitable for behavioral monitoring. In: Cleland, I., Guerrero, L., Bravo, J. (eds.) Ambient Assisted Living. ICT-based Solutions in Real Life Situations. LNCS, vol. 9455, pp. 152--163.
Springer International (2015)
Guerra, C., Bianchi, V., De Munari, I., Ciampolini, P.: CARDEAGate: Low-cost, ZigBee-based localization and identification for AAL purposes. In: International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, Volume 2015-July, pp. 245--249. IEEE Press (2015)
Guerra, C., Bianchi, V., De Munari, I., Ciampolini, P.: Action tagging in a multi-user indoor environment for behavioural analysis purposes. In: Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Volume 2015-November, pp. 5036--5039. IEEE Press (2015)