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Prof. Roberto Merletti, Ph.D.

Dati personali e indirizzi

Nome e cognome
Roberto Merletti
Luogo e data di nascita
Torino, 6 Marzo 1945
Cittadinanza
Italiana
Ufficio
Dip.to di Elettronica, Politecnico di Torino
Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24 Torino, 10129
tel. 011 090 7763 oppure 011 0904137,
E-mail: mailto:[email protected]
URL: http://lisin.polito.it
Posizioni
Già Professore di 1° fascia presso il Dipartimento di Elettronica del Politecnico di Torino e Direttore del Laboratorio di Ingegneria del Sistema Neuromuscolare (LISIN), Politecnico di Torino

Educazione Universitaria

1968Politecnico di Torino Laurea in Ingegneria Elettronica
1970The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. Master Of Science
1972The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A., PhD in Biomedical Engineering

Principali attività di didattica

1997 - 2015Direttore del Laboratorio di Ingegneria del Sistema Neuromuscolare, Politecnico di Torino. Didattica di Dottorato
2005 - 2015Professore di I° Fascia di Ingegneria Biomedica, Dipartimento di Elettronica del Politecnico di Torino
1984 - 2005Professore Associato di “Strumentazione Biomedica”, Dipartimento di Elettronica del Politecnico di Torino
1989 - 1994Professore Associato di “Biomedical Instrumentation” e di “Biomedical Signal Processing” Department of Biomedical Eng., Boston University, Boston, USA
1979 - 1984Professore Incaricato di "Strumentazione biomedica" presso il Politecnico di Torino
1979 - 1984Consulente della Regione Piemonte su problemi di strumentazione biomedica e didattica di ingegneria clinica.
1978 - 1980Professore di Informatica Medica presso la Scuola di Specialità di Malattie Cardiovascolari presso la Facoltà di Medicina della Università di Torino.
1971 - 1972"Teaching Assistant" di Elettronica Applicata presso The Ohio State University e Fellow of The Ohio State University Graduate School.

Principali attività di ricerca e nell’industria

2016-PresenteAttività di ricerca e consulenza.
2000 - 2016Coordinatore di 10 borse di dottorato internazionali (Brasile, Cina, Pakistan, Indonesia, Iran). Coordinatore di 4 borse Lagrange (Fondaz. CRT).
1997 - 2015Direttore del Laboratorio di Ingegneria del Sistema Neuromuscolare, COREP-Politecnico di Torino (attività di ricerca nel settore della Ingegneria del sistema neuromuscolare)
2008 - 2012Coordinatore del Progetto Italo-Tedesco “Technology for Anal Sphincter analysis and Incontinence” (TASI)
2005 - 2008 Coordinatore del Progetto Marie Curie “Decomposition of multichannel surface electromyograms” (DEMUSE)
Partner del Progetto Europeo “Cybernetic Manufacturing Systems” (CyberManS),
Coordinatore del Progetto ESA “Microgravity Effects on Skeletal Muscles”
Partner del Progetto ASI “Osteoporosis and Muscle atrophy” (OSMA)
2005 - 2007Coordinatore del progetto di ricerca di interesse nazionale (PRIN) “Study of Muscular and Adrenocortical Responses to Training”
2001 - 2004Coordinatore del progetto Eropeo Neuromuscular Assessment of the Elderly worker (NEW, 2001-2004)
2001 - 2004Partner del progetto Europeo On Asymmetry In Sphincters (OASIS)
2000 - 2004Responsabile dei progetti di ricerca sanitaria finalizzata della Regione Piemonte “Prevenzione di patologie neuromuscolari tramite monitoraggio elettromiografico non invasivo” e “Monitoraggio di patologie neuromuscolari in ambienti di lavoro. Disseminazione di risultati”
1997 - 2000Partner della Azione Concertata Europea SENIAM (management committee)
1998 - 2001Partner della azione Concertata Europea PROCID (management committee)
1997 - 2000Partner del Progetto dell’Istituto Superiore di Sanità su sostituzioni funzionali e organi artificiali
1997 - 2000Consulente scientifico della Fondazione S. Maugeri.
1989 - 1994Attività di ricerca presso il Neuromuscular Research Center della Boston University
1990 - 1991Responsabile del Progetto di Ricerca Sanitaria Finalizzata N. 206 della Regione Piemonte su aspetti di ingegneria della riabilitazione motoria.
1980 - 1981Responsabile del Progetto di Ricerca Sanitaria Finalizzata N. 141 della Regione Piemonte su problemi di analisi del movimento.
1980 - 1981Periodo di ricerca di tre mesi presso NeuroMuscular Research Lab. del Children's Hospital Medical Center, Boston. Consulente del Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
1977 - 1978Coordinatore Nazionale del Sub-Progetto SENS-4 del Progetto Finalizzato Tecnologie Biomediche del CNR.
1973 - 1979Attività di ricerca applicata presso la "Sorin Biomedica" nei settori della stimolazione cardiaca e neuromuscolare.

Attività svolte per la comunità scientifica

Membro dell’Editorial Board, Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology.

Membro dell’Editorial Board, Physiological Measurement

Membro dell’Editorial Board, Biomedical signal processing and control

Ex membro dell’Editorial Board, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering.

Ex membro dell’Editorial Board, European J. of Applied Physiology

Guest Editor di un numero speciale di Medical Engineering and Physics (July 1999)

Guest Editor di un numero speciale di Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology (October 2000)

Guest Editor di un numero speciale di Physiological Measurement (2010)

Guest Editor di un numero speciale di Critical Reviews in Biomedical Engineering (2010)

Presidente del congresso Biomedical Engineering in Exercise and Sport (March 2006)

Presidente del congresso International Society for Electrophysiology and Kinesiology (June 2006)

Reviewer di circa 40 manoscritti/anno

Riconoscimenti

Senior Member of The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

Fellow of the Intern. Society for electromyography and kinesiology (ISEK)

Sommario delle pubblicazioni

Libri di testo internazionali 4
Libri di testo nazionali 3
Capitoli di libri internazionali 5
Capitoli e contributi a libri nazionali 7
Pubblicazioni su riviste internazionali >150
Pubblicazioni su riviste nazionali 30
Pubblicazioni in atti di convegni internazionali>150
Pubblicazioni in atti di convegni nazionali 20
Lettere a riviste, editoriali 5

Supervisione di Progetti di Dottorato (2001-2016)

  1. Dario Farina (2001)
    Detection, analysis and interpretation of surface electromyographic signals for the study of motor control
  2. Corrado Cescon (2004)
    Development of advanced techniques for the detaction and processing of mechanomyographic (MMG) signals
  3. Ales Holobar (2004)
    Blind decomposition of convolutive mixtures of close-to-orthogonal pulse sources applied to surface electromyograms.
  4. Marco Gazzoni (2005)
    Surface electromyography for the investigation of single motor units: methods and applications.
  5. Alberto Botter (2011)
    Investigation of the neuromuscular system during involuntary muscle contractions: Methodological issues and clinical applications.
  6. Hamid Reza Marateb (2011)
    Extraction of information from the human neuro-muscular system using intra-muscular and high-density surface electromyography in voluntary contractions.
  7. Taian De Mello Martins Vieira (2011)
    Insights gained into the control of human quiet standing posture from electromyography.
  8. Umberto Barone (2013)
    A new portable High Density Surface EMG Multichannel Acquisition System.
  9. Babak Afsharipour (2014)
    Estimation of load sharing among muscles acting on the same joint and applications of surface electromyography.
  10. Khalil Ullah (2016)
    Extraction of muscle anatomical and physiological information from multi-channel surface EMG: algorithms and their analysis
  11. Subaryani D H Soedirdjo (2016)
    A High Density Surface EMG study of the Biceps Brachii: sampling, filtering and interpretation of the signals in time and space.

Pubblicazioni: Libri e capitoli di libri

  1. Hermens H., Freriks B, Merletti R., Stegeman D., Blok J., Rau G., Disselhorst-Klug C., Hagg G., European Recommendations for Surface Electromyography, RRD publish. ISBN 90-75452-15-2, 1999.
  2. Hermens H., Freriks B, Merletti R., Stegeman D., Blok J., Rau G., Disselhorst-Klug C., Hagg G., Raccomandazioni Europee per l’Elettromiografia di Superficie, Edizione italiana a cura di R. Merletti, Coop. Lib. Univ. Torinese (CLUT), ISBN 88-7992-1525, 2000
  3. Merletti (editor) , Elementi di elettromiografia di superficie, Coop. Lib. Univ. Torinese (CLUT), ISBN 88-7922-153-3, 2000
  4. Pozzo M., Farina D., Merletti R., Electromyography: detection, processing and applications, in: Handbook of biomedical technology and devices, J. E. Moore (ed.), CRC Press, 2003
  5. Farina D., Filligoi G.C., Merletti R., Analisi di segnali EMG di superficie per lo studio del controllo motorio. In “Bioingegneria della postura e del movimento” Cappello A., Cappozzo A., di Prampero P.E. (Eds.), Patron Editore (Pub.), pp. 281-306, 2003
  6. Merletti R., Medicina del lavoro: valutazioni tramite EMG di superficie. In “Bioingegneria della postura e del movimento” Cappello A., Cappozzo A., di Prampero P.E. (Eds.), Patron Editore (Pub.), pp. 495-510, 2003
  7. Merletti R., Marchetti M., Contardo V., Veronica M., Applicazioni dell’EMG di superficie in riabilitazione sportiva, cap. 4.7 del testo “La Spalla e lo Sport”, Masson,
  8. Merletti R., Parker P.A. (edts.), Electromyography: Physiology, engineering and non invasive applications, IEEE Press / J Wiley, USA, 2004
  9. Barbero R., Rainoldi A, Merletti R. Atlas of muscle innervation zones: understanding surface EMG and its applications, Springer, Italy 2012
  10. Merletti R, Farina D. (edts) Surface Electromyography: physiology, engineering and applications, IEEE Press / J Wiley, USA, 2016
  11. Merletti R., Pelvic floor EMG: principles, technique and applications, Ch 7 of “ Childbirth related pelvic floor dysfunctions”, Springer 2016.

Prof. Roberto Merletti: Principali pubblicazioni recenti su riviste internazionali con impact factor (2003-2017).

  1. Falla D., Rainoldi A., Merletti R., Jull G. Myoelectric manifestations of sternocleidomastoid and anterior scalene muscle fatigue in chronic neck pain patients Clinical Neurophysiology, 114: 488-495, 2003
  2. Falla D., Jull G., Dall’Alba P., Rainoldi A., Merletti R., An electromyographic analysis of the deep cervical flexor muscles in performance of craniocervical flexion, Physical Therapy, 83, 10: 899-906, 2003
  3. Farina D., Arendt-Nielsen L., Merletti R., Indino B., Graven-Nielsen T., Selectivity of spatial filters for surface EMG detection from the tibialis anterior muscle, IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 50, 3: 354-364, 2003
  4. Farina D., Gazzoni M., Merletti R., Assessment of low back muscle fatigue by surface EMG signal analysis: methodological aspects, J. of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 13: 319-332, 2003
  5. Farina D., Kallenberg L.A.C., Merletti R., Hermens H., Effect of side dominance on myoelectric manifestations of muscle fatigue in the human upper trapezius muscle, Eur. Journ. Appl. Physiol., 90: 480-488, 2003
  6. Farina D., Merletti R., A novel approach of estimating muscle fiber conduction velocity by spatial and temporal filtering of surface EMG signals, IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 50, 12: 1340-1351, 2003
  7. Farina D., Schulte E., Merletti R., Rau G., Disselhorst-Klug C., Single motor unit analysis from spatially filtered surface EMG signals – Part I: spatial selectivity, Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 41: 338-345, 2003
  8. Merletti R., Farina D., Gazzoni M., The linear electrode array: a useful tool with many applications, J. of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 13: 37-47, 2003
  9. Merlo A., Farina D., Merletti R., A fast and reliable technique for muscle activity detection from surface EMG signals, IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 50, 3: 316-323, 2003
  10. Mandrile F., Farina D., Pozzo M., Merletti R., Stimulation artifact in surface EMG signal: effect of the stimulation waveform, detection system, and current amplitude using hybrid stimulation technique, IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. (11), 4: 407-15, 2003
  11. Schulte E., Farina D., Rau G., Merletti R., Disselhorst-Klug C., Single motor unit analysis from spatially filtered surface EMG signals – Part II: conduction velocity estimation, Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 41: 338-345, 2003
  12. Pozzo M., Farina D., Merletti R., Electromyography: detection, processing and applications. In “Handbook of biomedical technology and devices”, J.E. Moore (Ed), CRC Press, 4.1-4.66, ISBN: 0-8493-1140-3, 2003
  13. Casale R., Farina D., Merletti R., Rainoldi A., Myoelectric manifestations of fatigue during a twelve day exposure to hypobaric hypoxia, Muscle Nerve, 30: 618-625, 2004
  14. Cescon C., Farina D., Gobbo M., Merletti R., Orizio C., Effect of accelerometer location on mechanomyogram variables during voluntary, constant force contractions in three human muscles, Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 42: 121-128, 2004
  15. Enck P., Franz H., Azpiroz F., Fernandez Fraga X., Hinninghofen H., Kaske-Bretag K., Bottin A., Martina S., Merletti R., Innervation Zones of the External Anal Sphincter in Healthy Male and Female Subjects (Preliminary Results), Digestion, 69:123-130, 2004
  16. Falla D., Jull G., Rainoldi A., Merletti R., Neck flexor muscle fatigue is side specific in patients with unilateral neck pain, Eur. J. Pain, 8(1):71-77, 2004
  17. Farina D., Arendt-Nielsen L., Merletti R., Graven-Nielsen T., The effect of experimental muscle pain on motor unit firing rate and conduction velocity, J. Neurophysiol., 91: 1250-9, 2004
  18. Farina D., Blanchietti A., Pozzo M., Merletti R., M-wave properties during progressive motor unit activation by transcutaneous stimulation, J. Appl. Physiol., 97, (2):545-555, 2004
  19. Farina D., Févotte C., Doncarli C., Merletti R., Blind separation of linear instantaneous mixtures of non-stationary surface myoelectric signals, IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 51, 9: 1555-1567, 2004
  20. Farina D., Merletti R., Enoka R.M., The extraction of neural strategies from the surface EMG, J. Appl. Physiol., 96: 1486-1495, 2004
  21. Farina D., Merletti R., Estimation of average muscle fiber conduction velocity from two-dimensional surface EMG recordings, J. Neurosci. Meth., 134: 199-208, 2004
  22. Farina D., Merletti R., Indino B., Graven-Nielsen T., Surface EMG crosstalk evaluated from experimental recordings and simulated signals. Reflections on crosstalk interpretation, quantification and reduction, Methods of Information in Medicine, 43: 30-35, 2004
  23. Farina D., Mesin L., Martina S., Merletti R., A surface EMG generation model with multi-layer cylindrical description of the volume conductor, IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 51: 415-426, 2004
  24. Farina D., Mesin L., Martina S., Merletti R., Comparison of spatial filter selectivity in surface myoelectric signal detection – Influence of the volume conductor model, Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 42: 114-120, 2004
  25. Farina D., Pozzo M., Merlo E., Bottin A., Merletti R., Assessment of muscle fiber conduction velocity from surface EMG signals during fatiguing dynamic contractions, IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., 51, (8):1383-1393, 2004
  26. Farina D., Zagari D., Gazzoni M., Merletti R., Repeatability of muscle fiber conduction velocity estimates using multi-channel surface EMG techniques, Muscle Nerve, 29: 282-291, 2004
  27. Gazzoni M., Farina D., Merletti R., A new method for the extraction and classification of single motor unit action potentials from surface EMG signals, J. Neurosci. Meth., 136: 165-177, 2004
  28. Merletti R., Benvenuti F., Doncarli C., Disselhorst-Klug C., Ferrabone R., Hermens J.H., Kadefors R., Laübli T., Orizio C., Sjøgaard G., Zazula D., The European Project “Neuromuscular assessment in the elderly worker” (NEW): achievements in electromyogram in signal acquisition, modelling, and processing, Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 42: 429-431, 2004
  29. Merletti R., Bottin A., Cescon C., Farina D., Gazzoni M., Martina S., Mesin L., Pozzo M., Rainoldi A., Enck P., Multi-channel surface EMG for the non-invasive assessment of the anal sphincter muscle, Digestion, 69:112-122, 2004
  30. Pozzo M., Bottin A., Ferrabone R., Merletti R., Sixty-four channel wearable acquisition system for long term surface EMG recording with electrode arrays, Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., 42, (4):455-466, 2004
  31. Pozzo M., Merlo E., Farina D., Antonutto G., Merletti R., di Prampero P.E., Muscle fiber conduction velocity estimated from surface EMG signals during explosive dynamic contractions, Muscle Nerve, 29: 823-833, 2004
  32. R. Merletti, P. Parker (Eds), “Electromyography. Physiology, engineering and non invasive applications”, J. Wiley/IEEE Press Publication, 133-168, USA, ISBN 0-471-67580-6, 2004
  33. Clancy EA, Farina D, Merletti R. , Cross-comparison of time- and frequency-domain methods for monitoring the myoelectric signal during a cyclic, force-varying, fatiguing hand-grip task, J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 2005; 15(3):256-65
  34. Castroflorio T, Farina D, Bottin A, Piancino MG, Bracco P, Merletti R., Surface EMG of jaw elevator muscles: effect of electrode location and inter-electrode distance, J Oral Rehabil. 2005; 32(6):411-7
  35. Azpiroz F, Fernandez-Fraga X, Merletti R, Enck P., The puborectalis muscle, Neurogastroenterol Motil. 2005; 17 Suppl 1:68-72.
  36. Enck P, Hinninghofen H, Merletti R, Azpiroz F., The external anal sphincter and the role of surface electromyography, Neurogastroenterol Motil. 2005; 17 Suppl 1:60-7.
  37. Merlo E, Pozzo M, Antonutto G, di Prampero PE, Merletti R, Farina D., Time-frequency analysis and estimation of muscle fiber conduction velocity from surface EMG signals during explosive dynamic contractions, J Neurosci Methods. 2005, 30;142(2):267-74.
  38. Lanzetta M, Pozzo M, Bottin A, Merletti R, Farina D., Reinnervation of motor units in intrinsic muscles of a transplanted hand, Neurosci Lett. 2005, 10;373(2):138-43.
  39. Keenan KG, Farina D, Maluf KS, Merletti R, Enoka RM., Influence of amplitude cancellation on the simulated surface electromyogram, J Appl Physiol. 2005;98(1):120-31.
  40. Cescon C, Sguazzi E, Merletti R, Farina D. Non-invasive characterization of single motor unit EMG and MMG activities in the biceps brachii muscle. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2006; 16:17-24.
  41. Farina D, Zennaro D, Pozzo M, Merletti R, Laubli T. Single motor unit and spectral surface EMG analysis during low-force, sustained contractions of the upper trapezius muscle. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 2006; 96:157-64.
  42. Franz H, Hinninghofen H, Kowalski A, Merletti R, Enck P. Mode of delivery affects anal sphincter innervation. Gastroenterology, 2006;130(Suppl 2):S724.
  43. Keenan KG, Farina D, Merletti R, Enoka RM. Influence of motor unit properties on the size of the simulated evoked surface EMG potential. Exp. Brain Res.2006;169:37-49.
  44. Keenan KG, Farina D, Merletti R, Enoka RM. Amplitude cancellation reduces the size of motor unit potentials averaged from the surface EMG. J. Appl. Physiol.2006; 100:1928-37.
  45. Mesin L, Joubert M, Hanekom T, Merletti R, Farina D. A finite element model for decribing the effect of muscle shortening on surface EMG, IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng. 2006; 53:593-600.
  46. Campanini, Merlo A, Degola P, Merletti R, Vezzosi G, Farina D. Effect of electrode location on EMG signal envelope in leg muscles during gait. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2007; 17:515-26.
  47. Carotti E, De Martin JC, Merletti R, Farina D. Compression of surface EMG signals with algebraic code excited linear prediction. Med. Eng. Phys. 2007; 29:253-258.
  48. Cescon C, Madeleine P, Graven-Nielsen T, Merletti R, Farina D. Two-dimensional spatial distribution of surface mechanomyographical response to single motor unit activity. J. Neurosci. Methods 2007; 159:19-25.
  49. Keenan KG, Farina D, Meyer FG, Merletti R, Enoka RM. Sensitivity of the cross-correlation between simulated surface EMGs for two muscles to detect motor unit synchronization. J Appl. Physiol. 2007; 102:1193-201.
  50. Botter A, Merletti R, Minetto MA. Pulse charge and not waveform affects M-wave properties during progressive motor unit activation. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2008 Apr 30
  51. Cescon C, Bottin A, Fernandez Fraga XL, Azpiroz F, Merletti R. Detection of individual motor units of the puborectalis muscle by non-invasive EMG electrode arrays. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2008; 18:382-389.
  52. Cescon C, Rebecchi P, Merletti R. Effect of electrode array position and subcutaneous tissue thickness on conduction velocity estimation in upper trapezius muscle. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2008; 18:628-636.
  53. Clancy EA, Bertolina MV, Merletti R, Farina D. Time- and frequency-domain monitoring of the myoelectric signal during a long-duration, cyclic, force-varying, fatiguing hand-grip task. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2008; 18:789-797.
  54. Merletti R. Motor units in cranial and caudal regions of the upper trapezius muscle have different discharge rates during brief static contractions. Acta Physiol. (Oxf) 2008; 192:453. (invited editorial)
  55. Mesin L, Merletti R. Distribution of electrical stimulation current in a planar multilayer anisotropic tissue. IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng. 2008; 55:660-670.
  56. Mesin L, Merletti R, Rainoldi A. Surface EMG: The issue of electrode location. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2009;19:719-726.
  57. Minetto MA, Botter A, Ravenni R, Merletti R, De Grandis D. Reliability of a novel neurostimulation method to study involuntary muscle phenomena. Muscle Nerve 2008; 37:90-100.
  58. Rainoldi A, Gazzoni M, Merletti R, Minetto MA. Mechanical, electromyographical and biochemical variables after a fatiguing task in endurance and power-trained athletes. J. Sports Sci. 2008; 26:321-331.
  59. Troiano A, Naddeo F, Sosso E, Camarota G, Merletti R, Mesin L. Assessment of force and fatigue in isometric contractions of the upper trapezius muscle by surface EMG signal and perceived exertion scale. Gait Posture 2008; 28:179-186
  60. Merletti R, Holobar A, Farina D. Analysis of motor units with high-density surface electromyography. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2008; 18, 879-890.
  61. Farina D, Holobar A, Gazzoni M, Zazula D, Merletti R, Enoka RM. Adjustments differ among low-threshold motor units during intermittent, isometric contractions. J. Neurophysiol. 2009;101:350-359
  62. Holobar A, Gazzoni M, Farina D, Merletti R, Zazula D. Estimating motor unit discharge pattern from the surface electromyogram. Clin. Neurophysiol. 2009;120:551-562.
  63. Merletti R, Botter A, Troiano A, Merlo E, Minetto MA. Technology and instrumentation for detection and conditioning of the surface electromyographic signal: state of the art. Clin Biomech, 2009;24:122-134
  64. Merletti R, Farina D. Analysis of intramuscular electromyogram signals. Philosoph Trans. of the Royal Soc. . Philos. Transact. A Math. Phys. Eng. Sci. 2009;367:357-368.
  65. Minetto MA, Botter A, De Grandis D, Merletti R. Time and frequency domain analysis of surface myoelectric signals during electrically-elicited cramps. Neurophysiol. Clin. 2009; 39:15-25
  66. Alexe-Ionescu A, Barbero G., Merletti R., Electrode potential and selective ionic absorption, Physics Letters 2009; 37: 1791-1795
  67. Mesin L, Cescon C, Gazzoni M, Merletti R, Rainoldi A. A bi-dimensional index for the selective assessment of myoelectric manifestations of peripheral and central muscle fatigue. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2009;19:851-863
  68. Botter A, Lanfranco F, Merletti R, Minetto MA. Myoelectric fatigue profiles of three knee extensor muscles. Int. J. Sports Med. 2009;30:408-417.
  69. Botter A, Merletti R, Minetto MA. Pulse charge and not waveform affects M-wave properties during progressive motor unit activation. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2009;19:564-573.
  70. Mesin L., Gazzoni M., Merletti R., Automatic localization of innervation zones: a simulation study of the external anal sphincter, J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol.. 2009;19(6):413-421.
  71. Vieira T., Windhorst U., Merletti R., Is the stabilization of quiet upright stance in humans driven by synchronized and similar modulations of the activity of medial and lateral gastrocnemius muscles? .J. Appl. Physiol. 2010; 108: 85-97
  72. Enck P, Franz H, Davico E, Mastrangelo F, Mesin L, Merletti R., Repeatability of Innervation Zone Identification in the External Anal Sphincter Muscle, Neurourology and Urodynamics, 2010; 29: 449-457.
  73. Mesin L., Merlo E., Merletti R., Orizio C., Investigation of motor unit recruitment during stimulated contractions of tibialis anterior muscle, J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2010;20:580-589.
  74. Vieira TMM, Merletti R, Mesin L. Automatic segmentation of surface EMG images: Improving the estimation of neuromuscular activity. J. Biomech. 2010;43:2149-2158.
  75. Farina D., Holobar A., Merletti R., Enoka R., Decoding the neural drive to muscles from the surface electromyogram, Clinical neurophysiology, 2010 , (doi; 10.1016. 2009.10040, ahead of print).
  76. Merletti R. The electrode-skin interface and optimal detection of bioelectric signals. Physiol. Meas. 2010;31:3.
  77. Merletti R, Aventaggiato M, Botter A, Holobar A, Marateb HR, Vieira TMM. Advances in surface EMG: recent progress in detection and processing techniques. Crit. Rev. Biomed. Eng. 2010;38:305-345.
  78. Merletti R, Botter A, Cescon C, Minetto MA, Vieira TMM. Advances in surface EMG: recent progress in clinical research applications. Crit. Rev. Biomed. Eng. 2010;38:347-379.
  79. Barbero M, Gatti R, Lo Conte L, Macmillan F, Coutts F, Merletti R. Reliability of surface EMG matrix in locating the innervation zone of upper trapezius muscle. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2011;21:827-833.
  80. Cescon C, Mesin L, Nowakowski M, Merletti R. Geometry assessment of anal sphincter muscle based on monopolar multichannel surface EMG signals. J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2011;21:394-401.
  81. Gallina A, Merletti R, Vieira TMM. Are the myoelectric manifestations of fatigue distributed regionally in the human medial gastrocnemius muscle? J. Electromyogr. Kinesiol. 2011;21:929-938.
  82. Marateb HR, McGill KC, Holobar A, Lateva ZC, Mansourian M, Merletti R. Accuracy assessment of CKC high-density surface EMG decomposition in biceps femoris muscle. J. Neural Eng. 2011;8:066002.
  83. Marateb HR, Muceli S, McGill KC, Merletti R, Farina D. Robust decomposition of single-channel intramuscular EMG signals at low force levels. J. Neural Eng. 2011;8:066015.
  84. Merletti R, Botter A, Lanfranco F, Minetto MA. Spinal involvement and muscle cramps in electrically elicited muscle contractions. Artif. Organs. 2011;35:221-225.
  85. Mesin L, Merletti R, Vieira TMM. Insights gained into the interpretation of surface electromyograms from the gastrocnemius muscles: A simulation study. J. Biomech. 2011;44:1096-1103.
  86. Vieira TMM, Loram ID, Muceli S, Merletti R, Farina D. Postural activation of the human medial gastrocnemius muscle: are the muscle units spatially localised? J. Physiol. 2011;589:431-443.
  87. Piitulainen H, Botter A, Merletti R, Avela J. Muscle fiber conduction velocity is more affected after eccentric than concentric exercise. Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 2011;111:261-273.
  88. Vieira TMM, Loram ID, Muceli S, Merletti R, Farina D. Recruitment of motor units in the medial gastrocnemius muscle during human quiet standing: is recruitment intermittent? What triggers recruitment? J. Neurophysiol. 2012;107:666-76.
  89. Marateb HR, Rojas-Martínez M, Mansourian M, Merletti R, Villanueva MA. Outlier detection in high-density surface electromyographic signals. Med. Biol. Eng. Comput. 2012;50:79-89.
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  91. Bonfiglioli R, Botter A, Calabrese M, Mussoni P, Violante FS, Merletti R. Surface electromyography features in manual workers affected by carpal tunnel syndrome. Muscle Nerve. 2012;45:873-82.
  92. Barone U, Merletti R. Design of a portable, intrinsically safe multichannel acquisition system for high-resolution, real-time processing HD-sEMG. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2013;60:2242-52.
  93. Baudry S, Lanfranco F, Merletti R, Duchateau J, Minetto MA. Effects of Short-Term Dexamethasone Administration on Corticospinal Excitability. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2013 Sep 18. [Epub ahead of print]
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  95. Gallina A, Merletti R, Gazzoni M. Uneven spatial distribution of surface EMG: what does it mean? Eur J Appl Physiol. 2013;113:887-94.
  96. Gallina A, Ritzel CH, Merletti R, Vieira TM. Do surface electromyograms provide physiological estimates of conduction velocity from the medial gastrocnemius muscle? J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 2013;23:319-25.
  97. Piitulainen H, Botter A, Merletti R, Avela J. Multi-channel electromyography during maximal isometric and dynamic contractions. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 2013;23:302-10.
  98. Rojas-Martínez M, Mañanas MA, Alonso JF, Merletti R. Identification of isometric contractions based on High Density EMG maps. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 2013 ;23:33-42.
  99. Watanabe K, Gazzoni M, Holobar A, Miyamoto T, Fukuda K, Merletti R, Moritani T. Motor unit firing pattern of vastus lateralis muscle in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients. Muscle Nerve. 2013;48:806-13.
  100. Cescon C, Raimondi EE, Zacesta V, Drusany-Staric K, Martsidis K, Merletti R. Characterization of the motor units of the external anal sphincter in pregnant women with multichannel surface EMG. Int Urogynecol J. 2014 Aug;25(8):1097-103.
  101. Cescon C, Riva D, Zacesta V, Drusany-Staric K, Martsidis K, Protsepko O, Baessler K, Merletti R. Effect of vaginal delivery on the external anal sphincter muscle innervation pattern evaluated by multichannel surface EMG: results of the multicentre study TASl-2. lnt Urogynecol J. 2014 Nov;25(11):1491-9.
  102. Farina D, Merletti R, Enoka RM. The extraction of neural strategies from the surface EMG: an update. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2014 Dec 1;117(11):1215-1230.
  103. Piervirgili G, Petracca F, Merletti R. A new method to assess skin treatments for lowering the impedance and noise of individual gelled Ag-AgCl electrodes. Physiol. Meas. 2014;35:2101-18.
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  107. Afsharipour B, Petracca F, Gasparini M, Merletti R. Spatial distribution of surface EMG on trapezius and lumbar muscles of violin and cello players in single note playing. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 2016; 31: 144-153.
  108. Cattarello P., Merletti R. , Petracca F., Analysis of High Density Surface EMG and finger pressure in the left forearm of violin players. Medical Problems of Performing Artists (in press)
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