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Bortolan Giovanni

bortolanSenior research scientist
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35127 Padova
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Giovanni Bortolan received the laurea degree from the University of Padova, Padova, Italy in 1978. 
From 1981 he was a Research Fellow and presently he is a Senior Researcher at the Institute of Neuroscience IN-CNR (Institute of Biomedical Engineering  ISIB-CNR until 2014) of the Italian National Research Council. 
He has published numerous papers in the area of medical informatics and applied fuzzy sets. He is actively pursuing research in medical informatics in computerized electrocardiography, neural networks, fuzzy sets, data mining, pattern recognition and biomedical signal processing.

Research Interest

Biomedical signal processing
Pattern recognition
Medical Informatics
Computerized Electrocardiography
Cardiovascular engineering
Reasoning under uncertainty
Soft Computing


Research Projects 

He has been involved in several national and international projects:
Join Project between CNR (ISIB-CNR) and BAS-Bulgaria ( Institute of Biophysical and Biomedical Engineering - BAS): Detection and analysis of QRS and T Wave alternans in electrocardiographic signals (2010-2012)
Join Project between CNR (ISIB-CNR) and BAS-Bulgaria ( Institute of Biophysical and Biomedical Engineering - BAS): Repolarization phase in Computerized Electrocardiography: analysis of T-wave morphology and QT-dispersion (2007-2009)
ILSA: Italian Longitudinal Study on Aging
AIM / SCP-ECG: Standard Communication Protocol for Computerized Electrocardiography
European concerted action Common Standards for quantitative Electrocardiogaphy CSE