Imperial College London

Dr. Antonio Elia Forte

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Visiting Researcher



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B324Bessemer BuildingSouth Kensington Campus






Guest Lectures

The role of the human brainstem in selective auditory attention., Imperial College London, EEE department, 2018

Mechanical and tribological characterisation and models of soft natural and synthetic tissues for biomedical applications, Imperial College MSk Medical Engineering Centre seminar, 2015

Biomechanics of human brain: experimental investigation, numerical simulation, design of advanced phantoms for robotic surgery, Imperial College Mech Engineering Postdoc Research Showcase, 2015

Human brain tissue mechanical properties: a complete characterisation, Institute of Physics, London, 2015

Modelling of brain tissue deformations using MRI image analysis for the prediction of the tissue response during surgical procedures, King's College London, 2014

Research Student Supervision

Askari,A, Computational Modelling of the Auditory Brainstem Response to Speech

Cattilino,M, Development of a dynamic brain phantom for robotic-assisted soft tissue surgery

Ciniero,A, Brain tissue finite element biomechanical modelling under indentation

D' Amico,F, Experimental investigation of defect propagation in viscoelastic materials

Engel,L, Additive manufacturing, mechanical characterisation and fem-modelling of auxetic hydrogels for biomedical applications

Jia,Y, Shaving: measuring and modelling of cutting forces

Kegler,M, Complex statistical model for detecting the brainstem response to natural speech

Khatri,K, Characterisation of brain tissue through gelatine and porcine brain testing

Manieri,F, Design of a composite hydrogel for brain tissue mimicking

Pöyry,A, An investigation into the frictional properties of brain tissue though the testing of gelatine phantom material