Federico Visi is a researcher, composer, and performer based in Berlin, Germany. He carried out his doctoral research at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR), University of Plymouth, UK. In 2017, he was awarded a PhD for his thesis “Methods and Technologies for the Analysis and Interactive Use of Body Movements in Instrumental Music Performance.” His research interests include gesture in music, motion-sensing technologies, machine learning, and embodied interaction. He has presented his research at international conferences and has composed music for ensembles, film, dance, theatre, and installations. He was awarded grants to conduct collaborative research projects and workshops at several international universities including UCLA, NYU, UFRGS. His work as a performer is centred on the musician’s body and the use of movement and physiological signals in electronic music. He works and lives between Germany and Sweden, where he recently joined the “GEMM))) Gesture Embodiment and Machines in Music” research cluster at Luleå University of Technology as a Postdoctoral Researcher.