One of the objectives of WP6 is to "assure the dissemination of the Project results under free licenses and open standard formats, and its raw data as Open Data."
Biomedical engineer, is a member of Ab.Acus team as EU Researcher since March 2015. He received his B.Sc. degree in biomedical engineering from Bologna University in 2012, and his M.S. degree in biomedical engineering from Politecnico di Milano in 2014. He worked as data analyst in collaboration with the Institute of Research and Treatment of Cancer of Meldola (IRST). During his master thesis, he worked at the Neuroplasticity & Neurorehabilitation Laboratory University of Birmingham increasing his skills in software development and data analysis.
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The Digital DIY (DiDIY) Project intends to
define descriptive concepts and models to characterize the current and prefigure the future developments of the examined transformations, and to identify their implications with regard to the values and competitiveness of European education, research, business and industry, and the related opportunities and threats;
The DiDIY Project intends to develop a human-centric and multi-perspective approach to the scientific study of the transformations generated by the increasing social adoption of atoms-bits convergence (ABC) devices in order to: