Paolo obtained the Master Degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2008 at Politecnico di Milan with a thesis on Brain Computer Interface (BCI) focused on Home Automation and User Centered Design.
He obtained the Ph.D. in industrial design in 2014 at the same university with a research focused on the development of a new and integrate wearable system for the monitoring of weak users.
He is continuing his research in the field of Internet of Things, Wearable Biomedical Devices and BCI and participates at different projects like PegasoF4F (a WP7 programme), Think&Go.
Paolo actively participates in the Maker Community. He exposes one of his project at the third European Maker Faire 2015 and was nominated as one of the best seven invention www.panorama.it ↗, and in 2016 results one of the winner of the World’s Largest Arduino Maker Challenge.