Alberto Antonietti graduated in B.Sc. Automation Engineering in September 2011, then he graduated in M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering in December 2013 with a dissertation thesis on: "Cerebellum inspired spiking Neural Network to control a robotic platform in human-like testing paradigms". He developed his thesis in the "NeuroEngineering and medicAl RoboticsLab" of the Politecnico di Milano, under the supervision of Eng. Claudia Casellato and Prof. Alessandra Pedrocchi.
He worked as a Research Fellow of the Nearlab in the European Project REALNET (FP7-ICT270434) in collaboration especially with the University of Pavia and the University of Granada. His research topics regards Neurorobotics and realistic neuronal modeling using artificial spiking neural networks.
Since November 2014 he is a Bioengineering PhD student in the "NeuroEngineering and medicAl RoboticsLab" of the Politecnico di Milano, his research interests regards Neurorobotics, realistic neuronal modeling using artificial spiking neural networks and neuro rehabilitation.