I graduated as a Biomedical Engineer at the University of Bologna in 2009 and obtained my MSc in Neural Engineering in 2011 at the University of Genova. I was awarded my PhD in 2016 by Manchester Metropolitan University on the subject of Muscle Modelling using Finite Element Analysis. I currently work as Programme Support Tutor at Manchester Metropolitan University and in this role I support the research of lecturing staff and help students on their projects. I have continued my professional development becoming a FHEA and obtaining a PGCTLHE. My areas of research expertise are mechanical and biomedical engineering and signal processing and I am also interested in and support the IoT and Digital Twins areas.
BSc, MSc, PhD, FHEA
A. Teklemariam, E. Hodson-Tole, ND. Reeves, G. Cooper (2019). A micromechanical muscle model for determining the impact of motor unit fiber clustering on force transmission in aging skeletal muscle. Biomech Model Mechanobiol.
A. Teklemariam, EF. Hodson-Tole, ND. Reeves, NP. Costen, G. Cooper (2016). A finite element model approach to determine the influence of electrode design and muscle architecture on myoelectric signal properties. PLoS ONE. 11(2),
A. Teklemariam, G. Cooper, EF. Hodson-Tole, ND. Reeves, NP. Costen (2014). A Finite Element Model simulation of surface EMG signals based on muscle tissue dielectric properties and electrodes configuration. In: CSNDSP. Manchester, ENGLAND, 23/7/2014. pp.193-197.
Technical Program Committee Apr-Jul /2014
9th IEEE/IET sponsored International conference on
Communication Networks and Digital signal Processing at Manchester Metropolitan