The MultiMedia Signal Processing (MMSP) Laboratory is a research group of the Department of Informatics, Systems and Communication at the University of Milano-Bicocca.

The MMSP lab is active both in research and teaching activities covering topics mainly related to affective computing, electronic records, human-machine interaction, and multimedia data processing. The field of applications we are currently active on are brain-computer interfaces for emotion detection, computational methods for healthy ageing promotion, electronic records in medical applications, innovative solutions for distance learaning, multimodal emotion recognition, multimodal meme content detection, and physiological sensor fusion.


Francesca Gasparini
Laboratory head

Davide Chicco
Assistant Professor

Aurora Saibene
Postdoc Research Fellow

Alessandra Grossi
Research Fellow


Affective computing

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Health & Social Informatics

Health informatics regards the application of computational techniques to medical data of patients, such as electronic health records (EHRs).
Through social informatics, we aim at analyzing social and demographic data to better understand poverty and participation of elderly in the society.

Human-machine interaction

The multidisciplinary field of Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) mainly pertains the biridirectional interaction of human and machines in different application contexts.

Multimedia data processing

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