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LecturerTorricelli Alessandro
QualificationFull professor full time
Belonging DepartmentDipartimento di Fisica
Scientific-Disciplinary SectorPHYS-03/A - Experimental Physics Of Matter And Applications
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Data source: RE.PUBLIC@POLIMI - Research Publications at Politecnico di Milano

List of publications and reserach products for the year 2024 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Journal Articles
Application limits of the scaling relations for Monte Carlo simulations in diffuse optics. Part 1: theory (Show >>)
Statistics of maximum photon penetration depth in a two-layer diffusive medium (Show >>)

List of publications and reserach products for the year 2023 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Conference proceedings
Assessing TD fNIRS capability to detect hemodynamic oscillations in cerebral cortex (Show >>)
Cerebral hemodynamics monitoring during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in piglets (Show >>)
Cerebral resting state oscillations study with TD fNIRS (Show >>)
Effects of red blood cell transfusion on neonatal cerebral hemodynamics: a TD-NIRS and DCS study (Show >>)
Evaluation of muscle aging with TD NIRS and DCS (Show >>)
No Difference in Muscle Basal Oxygenation in a Bedridden Population Pre and Post Rehabilitation (Show >>)
Non-invasive monitoring of canine tissue hemodynamics undergoing a hyperbaric chamber treatment (HBO2) by time domain near infrared spectroscopy (Show >>)
Journal Articles
Assessment of power spectral density of microvascular hemodynamics in skeletal muscles at very low and low-frequency via near-infrared diffuse optical spectroscopies (Show >>)
Breakthrough light harvesting in time-domain diffuse optics with 100 mm2 silicon photomultiplier (Show >>)
Cerebrovascular reactivity to carbon dioxide tension in newborns: Data from combined time-resolved near-infrared spectroscopy and diffuse correlation spectroscopy (Show >>)
Fast time-domain diffuse correlation spectroscopy with superconducting nanowire single-photon detector: system validation and in vivo results (Show >>)
Modeling mango ripening during shelf life based on pulp color nondestructively measured by time-resolved reflectance spectroscopy (Show >>)
Motor cortex hemodynamic response to goal-oriented and non-goal-oriented tasks in healthy subjects (Show >>)
Non-Surgical Lower-Limb Rehabilitation Enhances Quadriceps Strength in Inpatients with Hip Fracture: A Study on Force Capacity and Fatigue (Show >>)
Non-invasive estimation of in vivo optical properties and hemodynamic parameters of domestic animals: a preliminary study on horses, dogs, and sheep (Show >>)
Non­destructive determination of ripening in melon fruit using time­resolved spectroscopy (Show >>)
Quality Characteristics, Sensory Profiles and Ethylene Production of Stored ‘Abate Fetel’ Pears Sorted at Harvest by Time-Resolved Reflectance Spectroscopy (Show >>)
Relationship between sensory characteristics and optical properties in ‘Conference’ pears (Show >>)
Robustness of tissue oxygenation estimates by continuous wave space-resolved near infrared spectroscopy (Show >>)

List of publications and reserach products for the year 2022 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Abstract in Atti di convegno
The VASCOVID: A portable and non-invasive platform for the stratification of COVID-19 patients in ICU (Show >>)
Contributions on scientific books
Performance and reproducibility assessment across multiple time-domain near-infrared spectroscopy device replicas (Show >>)
Conference proceedings
First in-vivo diffuse optics application of a time-domain multiwavelength wearable optode (Show >>)
Vastus Lateralis Muscle's Characterization on bedridden patients: a Time Domain fNIRS study (Show >>)
Journal Articles
Multi-laboratory performance assessment of diffuse optics instruments: the BitMap exercise (Show >>)
Optical imaging and spectroscopy for the study of the human brain: status report (Show >>)
Reliable Fast (20 Hz) Acquisition Rate by a TD fNIRS Device: Brain Resting-State Oscillation Studies (Show >>)
Reproducibility of identical solid phantoms (Show >>)

List of publications and reserach products for the year 2021 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Conference proceedings
A hybrid DCS and TD-NIRS device for monitoring tissue oxygenation and perfusion, towards ICU applications (Show >>)
A multi-laboratory comparison of photon migration instruments and their performances: the BitMap exercise (Show >>)
Adipose tissue thickness and optical properties affect differential pathlength factor in NIRS studies on human skeletal muscle (Show >>)
Assessment of Muscular Sustained Fatigue: A TD-NIRS and sEMG Study (Show >>)
Brain activations during programming tasks: TD-NIRS and EEG study (Show >>)
Compact Time-Domain NIRS oximeter for non-invasive brain and muscle monitoring (Show >>)
Depth selectivity in time-domain fNIRS by analyzing moments and time windows (Show >>)
Discrimination between healthy and glaucomatous subjects with TD-fNIRS (Show >>)
Fast-gated digital silicon photomultiplier maximizes light harvesting and depth sensitivity in time-domain diffuse optics (Show >>)
Filament 3D printing technology for diffuse optics applications: Advantages and drawbacks (Show >>)
Modeling optical properties of 'Braeburn' apples during fruit maturation on the tree (Show >>)
Motor cortex hemodynamic response function in freely moving subjects recorded via time domain fNIRS (Show >>)
Phantoms for performance verification and quality control in developing a photonics-based medical device (VASCOVID): A regulatory driven approach (Show >>)
Rehabilitation Monitoring After Bed Rest in Elderly: TD-NIRS and sEMG Preliminary Study (Show >>)
Relationship between bulk scattering, sensory texture and water spectral pattern in 'Braeburn' apples (Show >>)
Sensitivity of TD-NIRS in estimating neonatal cerebral hemodynamics with homogenous models of analysis (Show >>)
VASCOVID: An integrated platform to evaluate endothelial and microvascular impairment in severe COVID-19 patients (Show >>)
“Walking” into freely moving brain monitoring via real-time TD-NIRS (Show >>)
Journal Articles
A compact multi-distance dcs and time domain nirs hybrid system for hemodynamic and metabolic measurements (Show >>)
Accuracy of homogeneous models for photon diffusion in estimating neonatal cerebral hemodynamics by TD-NIRS (Show >>)
Best practices for fNIRS publications (Show >>)
Effect of adipose tissue thickness and tissue optical properties on the differential pathlength factor estimation for NIRS studies on human skeletal muscle (Show >>)
Monitoring the haemodynamic response to visual stimulation in glaucoma patients (Show >>)
Monitoring the motor cortex hemodynamic response function in freely moving walking subjects: A time-domain fNIRS pilot study (Show >>)
Optical characterization of 3D printed PLA and ABS filaments for diffuse optics applications (Show >>)
Performance assessment of laser sources for time-domain diffuse correlation spectroscopy (Show >>)
Time domain NIRS sensitivity to neonatal brain haemodynamics (Show >>)
Time resolved speckle contrast optical spectroscopy at quasi-null source-detector separation for non-invasive measurement of microvascular blood flow (Show >>)
Time-domain diffuse optics with 8.6 mm2 fast-gated SiPM for extreme light harvesting (Show >>)
Time-domain near-infrared spectroscopy in subjects with asymptomatic cerebral small vessel disease (Show >>)

List of publications and reserach products for the year 2020 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Abstract in Atti di convegno
Clinical applications of TD-NIRS: A widespread scenario (Show >>)
Glaucoma has a cerebral component: A TD-fNIRS study (Show >>)
High power time domain fNIRS device (Show >>)
Multi-laboratory efforts for the standardization of performance assessment of diffuse optics instruments - The BitMap Exercise (Show >>)
Time-resolved NIRS: A clinical study on ischemic stroke patients (Show >>)
Use of 3D printed PLA for diffuse optics (Show >>)
Brain function detector (Show >>)
Titolo in giapponese (Show >>)
Conference proceedings
A wearable time domain near infrared spectroscopy system (Show >>)
High signal-to-noise ratio and depth penetration in time-domain functional near-infrared spectroscopy combining large area detector and high throughput electronics (Show >>)
The SiPM revolution in time-domain diffuse optics (Show >>)
Journal Articles
Anthocyanin and carotenoid contents assessed by time­resolved reflectance spectroscopy in potato tubers (Solanum tuberosum l.) with different flesh colors (Show >>)
Depth-selective data analysis for time-domain fNIRS: Moments vs. time windows (Show >>)
Instrument response function acquisition in reflectance geometry for time-resolved diffuse optical measurements (Show >>)
Large-Area, Fast-Gated Digital SiPM with Integrated TDC for Portable and Wearable Time-Domain NIRS (Show >>)
Non­ destructive detection of potato tubers internal defects: Critical insight on the use of time­resolved spectroscopy (Show >>)
Probe-hosted large area silicon photomultiplier and high-throughput timing electronics for enhanced performance time-domain functional near-infrared spectroscopy (Show >>)
Real-time dual-wavelength time-resolved diffuse optical tomography system for functional brain imaging based on probe-hosted silicon photomultipliers (Show >>)
Reliability of fNIRS for noninvasive monitoring of brain function and emotion in sheep (Show >>)
Sustained fatigue assessment during isometric exercises with time-domain near infrared spectroscopy and surface electromyography signals (Show >>)
Time- and spatially-resolved spectroscopy to determine the bulk optical properties of ‘Braeburn’ apples after ripening in shelf life (Show >>)
Validation of diffuse correlation spectroscopy against 15O-water PET for regional cerebral blood flow measurement in neonatal piglets (Show >>)
Wearable and wireless time-domain near-infrared spectroscopy system for brain and muscle hemodynamic monitoring (Show >>)
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