Dr.
Research Associate
Luca Oppici

Luca obtained his Bachelor and Master in human movement science at the University of Milan, Italy in 2009 and 2011 respectively. Then, he moved to Australia where in 2014, after 2 years of fun working & holiday, started his PhD examining how practitioners can manipulate practice conditions to promote motor skill learning. In 2018, obtained his PhD and managed for 2 years a project on embodied cognition in primary-school children.
In September 2019, Luca joined CeTI at the Chair of Psychology of Learning and Instruction. His research focuses on designing and implementing practice conditions for promoting the learning of society-relevant skills. His research foci span a variety of domains, such as preventative measures for low-back pain in the occupational sector, and training interventions for surgical laparoscopic skills.

Projects/Cooperation within CeTI you are involved in:

– Smart Kinesiotape: design, development and implementation of a kinesiotape with embedded sensors and actuators for preventive low back pain in workers.
– Feedback strategies for laparoscopic skill training: design of appropriate feedback strategies (in terms of feedback content and modality) for training laparoscopic skills to medical students.
– Surf-related balance training: design of a strategy for training surf-related balance on a custom-made surfing simulator.
– TaHIL for piano teaching and learning: explore what technology applications piano teachers and students would like to implement in their routine.

CeTI rooms within CeTI you are involved in:

U3, TP1, U1

Further Questions:

What do you value most about your work at CeTI?

The possibility to collaborate with experts in a variety of domains.

What was your best moment at CeTI so far?

CeTI summer school in 2019 where I met many colleagues.

What else would you like to research?

I am gradually moving towards researching society-relevant issues and I would like to be involved in climate-related research.

How do you spend your spare time?

Having fun with my wife and little daughter, practicing sports, and reading books.

Publications:
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Felix von Bechtolsheim; Florian Bielert; Sofia Schmidt; Nathalie Buck; Sebastian Bodenstedt; Stefanie Speidel; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Thomas Müller; Yichen Fan; Tina Bobbe; Luca Oppici; Jens Krzywinski; Jakob Dobroschke; Jürgen Weitz; Marius Distler; Florian Oehme

Can you feel the force just right? Tactile force feedback for training of minimally invasive surgery – evaluation of vibration feedback for adequate force application (Journal Article)

In: Surgical Endoscopy, pp. 1–12, 2024.

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Luca Oppici; Brian Mathias; Susanne Narciss; Antje Proske

Benefits of enacting and observing gestures on foreign language vocabulary learning: A systematic review and meta-analysis (Journal Article)

In: Behavioral Sciences, vol. 13, no. 11, pp. 920:1-22, 2023.

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Kim Grütters; Susanne Narciss; Shawn M. Beaudette; Luca Oppici

Reducing lumbar flexion in a repetitive lifting task: Comparison of leukotape and kinesio tape and their effect on lumbar proprioception (Journal Article)

In: Applied Sciences, vol. 13, no. 10, pp. 5908:1-12, 2023.

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Luca Oppici; Kim Grütters; Felix von Bechtolsheim; Stefanie Speidel

How does the modality of delivering force feedback influence the performance and learning of surgical suturing skills? We don’t know, but we better find out! A review (Journal Article)

In: Surgical Endoscopy, vol. 37, no. 4, pp. 2439–2452, 2023.

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Hans Winger; Philippa R. C. Böhnke; Jens Wagner; Luca Oppici; Andreas Nocke; Chokri Cherif

Development of sensor design for Smart Kinesiotape for future sensing applications in motion capturing (Proceedings Article)

In: Proceedings of the World Textile Conference (AUTEX), 2022.

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Luca Oppici; Derek Panchuk

Specific and general transfer of perceptual-motor skills and learning between sports: A systematic review (Journal Article)

In: Psychology of Sport and Exercise, vol. 59, pp. 102118:1–17, 2022.

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Luca Oppici; Kim Grütters; Alessandro Garofolini; Robert Rosenkranz; Susanne Narciss

Deliberate practice and motor learning principles to underpin the design of training interventions for improving lifting movement in the occupational sector: A perspective and a pilot study on the role of augmented feedback (Journal Article)

In: Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, vol. 3, pp. 746142:1–19, 2021.

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Luca Oppici; Annika Dix; Susanne Narciss

When is knowledge of performance (KP) superior to knowledge of results (KR) in promoting motor skill learning? A systematic review (Journal Article)

In: International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, pp. 1–25, 2021, (early access).

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Başak Güleçyüz; Luca Oppici; Xiao Xu; Andreas Noll; Eckehard Steinbach

Learning-adaptive deadband sampling for teleoperation-based skill transfer over the Tactile Internet (Proceedings Article)

In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS), 2021.

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Tina Bobbe; Luca Oppici; Lisa-Marie Lüneburg; Oliver Münzberg; Shu-Chen Li; Susanne Narciss; Karl-Heinz Simon; Jens Krzywinski; Evelyn Muschter

What early user involvement could look like – Developing technology applications for piano teaching and learning (Journal Article)

In: Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, vol. 5, no. 7, pp. 38:1–19, 2021.

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