Federica Landreani got the master degree in Biomedical Engineering in April 2015. The thesis work focused on the development of an algorithm for extracting the fiduciary points from the ballistocardiographic signal (BCG) acquired by a dynamometric platform, with the supervision of Prof. Caiani Enrico and Ing. Martin Alba, in collaboration with the MBMC laboratory and the NearLab, at Politecnico of Milan. Since October 2015, Federica works as a research fellow in the project B3D (3-D Ballistocardiography in microgravity - 2013-064-R.0) funded by the Italian Space Agency, in synergy with the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and the German Space Agency (DLR). Federica is interested in the e-health field, in particular she is dealing with feasibility study for beat-to-beat heart rate detection by smartphone’s accelerometers and its analysis with the aim to preventing and cardiovascular risk stratification. Federica also offers support as part of the bed-rest experiments conducted by the European Space Agency at the DLR, in order to study the electrical and mechanical heart behavior modifications in microgravity.