Stefania Marconi

Assistant Professor

Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture (DICAr), University of Pavia


Phone: +39 0382 98 5468

Stefania Marconi is Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture of the University of Pavia, Italy. She is the coordinator of 3D4Med, the clinical 3D printing laboratory of Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo (Pavia, Italy) and University of Pavia, engaged in the production of patient-specific anatomical models for surgical planning and training, supports and devices for clinical use. She co-supervises the Protolab 3D printing laboratory at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, devoted to research on additive manufacturing technologies and materials, but also to consulting and production for third parties, by means of additive manufacturing technologies.

She graduated from the University of Pavia with a Master Degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2011 and received a PhD from University of Pavia in Experimental Surgery and Microsurgery in 2015. She has 10 years of experience in anatomical modelling and medical image elaboration and in 3D printing technologies and materials application to the medical field. She is member of the Technological Committee of the European Association of Endoscopic Surgery from 2018. She is author of more than 60 works on referred International Journals and 2 patents. She is author of the Italian Guidelines for the usage of Additive Manufacturing technologies in the clinical context, published in 2021.


2021 Advisor for the writing of the “Italian Guidelines for the Use of Additive Manufacturing Technologies in Healthcare”, Technical Area, Centro Studi AIIC (Associazione Italiana Ingegneri Clinici), First Edition, 2021
2018-today Elected Member of the Technology Committee, European Ass. of Endoscopic Surgery
2017 Best bio-model Award, for the work “A new method for the preoperative planning in Bonebridge implant surgery based on 3D printing technology”, 1st Congress of Italian Digital Biomanufacturing Network, Bologna, Italy
2016 Galileo Galilei Award, for innovative diagnostic and/or therapeutic in otology, audiology or vestibology, Otology 3.0, Padova, Italy
2014 Best Project Work Award within the project “INNO-TAL”, Cariplo Foundation