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Dr. Barbara ArfÃ© is researcher and assistant professor in Developmental and Educational Psychology at the University of Padova. She obtained her PhD in Developmental Psychology at UniPD in 2003. In 1999 she was the co-author and recipient of a grant for the project âThe linear and the hypermedia storyâ.
Barbara Szepesi Szucs graduated as a graphic designer and illustrator at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design of Budapest in 2012. She is specialized in children's book illustration. Her diploma work was an interactive book for children which she wrote, designed and illustrated. She works at MOME Creative Technology Lab as a graphic designer. Her special interest is in using new media to extend the experience of reading.
Blanka Radnoti graduated at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design of Budapest in 2009 as a graphic designer and illustrator. She works at MOME Creative Technology Lab as a graphic designer. She is specialized in children's flash game designer.
Dr. Magali Boureux is a postdoctoral fellow in University of Verona, Italy. After her master's degree in French Teaching as foreign language of University of Toulouse, France, she obtained a PhD in Linguistic sciences from the University of Toulouse, France and in Cognitive Sciences from the University of Padua, Italy in 2006.
Dorothea Caraman received her master degree in Communication Science from the Communication University of Bucharest, Romania, and she obtained her academic degree in Moral and Political Philosophy with a major in advanced theoretical science.
Since 2007 she has joined SIVECO Romania, in Bucharest, where she has worked for both eHealth projects, and eLearning projects. Currently she is a Project Manager in the eLearning R&D Unit, coordination national and international projects co-financed by the European Commission in collaboration with national and international bodies in the framework of European Union programs.
Dr. Vincenza Cofini was born in Avezzano (AQ), 19 july 1967. she is currently a researcher on medical statistics at the University of L'Aquila. After her academic degree in statistical sciences of University âLa Sapienzaâ of Rome, she obtained a ph.d. in medical statistics and methodological epidemiology, and a master's degree in epidemiology at the University of L'Aquila. From 2002 to 2005, she worked at faculty of medicine and surgery of the University of LâAquila, actually she works at Faculty of Psychology of the University of LâAquila.
Dr. Dina Di Giacomo is a researcher on General Psychology at the University of L'Aquila. The research activities are geared to issues of cognitive neuropsychology. The study area is mainly focused on the cognitive impairment in cognitive modification.
Tania Di Mascio works at the University of l'Aquila, where she teaches courses on Human-Computer Interaction, and Fundamentals of Computer Sciences. She obtained a PH.D. degree in Electric and Information Engineering at the DIEI of University of L'Aquila, working on HCI (especially on UCDM, Usability and Informarion Visualization).
Monica Florea is currently the Head of the European Projects Department and has been leading SIVECO participation in projects under different European programmes like: Leonardo da Vinci (COMAVET- Competence Management in the European VET Sector), FP6 projects (ALIS, P. Cezanne - Integration of Nano-Biology and ICT to Provide a Continuous Care and Implantable Monitoring System for Diabetic patients, LD-CAST), FP7 (Eurocancercoms), ITEA2 (GUARANTEE).
Dr. Rosella Gennari is an Assistant Professor at the KRDB research centre. After her degree in Mathematics at the Pavia University in 1995, she graduated in the Masters of Logic at the ILLC of Amsterdam University in 1998. She obtained her Ph.D. degree in Computer Science at the ILLC in 2002. After her PhD, Gennari was appointed post-doc ERCIM fellow at CWI, Amsterdam, in 2002, and 3-year post-doc fellow at the Automated Reasoning Systems division of FBK-irst, Trento, in 2002.
Julia Mata is a designer and project manager mainly interested is collaborative creation and human-machine interaction. She has a background in communication, holds an Msc in industrial Design Engineering, and spent 2 years studying product-service-system design at Politecnico di Milano. She has gained experience in project management across various countries and research topics, focusing mostly on co-design development of interaction with product-systems and environments.
Throughout her career Ivana Marenzi has specialised in the relationship between technology and communication. After her initial experiences in the University of Pavia, she joined the L3S Center, University of Hannover as part of her Ph.D program on the interplay between CLIL (Content and Language integrated Learning) and Web 2.0.
Prof. dr. Marie-Francine Moens is a research professor (BOF-ZAP) at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. She received a Ph.D. in Computer Science in 1999 from this university. She leads the Language Intelligence and Information Retrieval (LIIR) group at K.U.Leuven. Her main research interests regard text based information retrieval, text mining and natural language understanding. She is author of two monographs published by Springer and numerous articles in proceedings of international conferences and journals.
Jane Oakhill is Professor of Experimental Psychology at the University of Sussex. She worked briefly as a primary (elementary) school teacher, and her interest in childrenâs reading comprehension problems led to a D.Phil. on that topic. Since completing her D.Phil. she has worked on various research projects (including deductive reasoning in children and adults, circadian variations in human performance, and adult language comprehension) but has always maintained a research interest in childrenâs reading comprehension (in particular, individual differences).
Prof. Margherita Pasini is Associate Professor in Psychometrics at the University of Verona, Faculty of Educational Science, Department of Philosophy, Education and Psychology. She is lecturer of Methodology of psychological research (Degree in Education Sciences and Degree for Professional Educators); and lecturer of Psychometrics (Specialized Degree in Planning and management of training services).
ZsÃ³fia Ruttkay is Associate Professor at MOME Media Institute, and founder and Head of the Creative Technology Lab. She has an MA in applied mathematics and PhD in Computer Graphics. She has spent over 25 years in academic research and university education, of which two decades in the Netherlands. She has been interested in the application of computing technology for novel interfaces.
Dr Susan Sullivan has worked as a Developmental Researcher and Lecturer for a number of years, examining the development of social understanding and its relationship to language in pre-school and school-aged children, and how social understanding changes in adulthood and old age. She has experience of working with deaf and hard of hearing children and adults, and is proficient in the use of British Sign Language.
Prof. Laura Tarantino is Associate Professor at DIEI of the University of L'Aquila, where she teaches courses on Human-Computer Interaction, Computer Architectures, and Fundamentals of Computer Sciences. From 2002 to 2005 she was Director of the Computing Center of the School of Engineering of the University of L'Aquila.
Dr. Sara Tonelli graduated at the University of Bergamo in 2000 in Foreign Languages and Literatures. After her graduation, she spent two years at the University of Munich attending a specialization course on Computational Linguistics. From 2003 to 2006 she collaborated with the University of Venice, Dep. of Language Sciences, working on the development of the Venice Italian Treebank, on anaphora resolution and textual entailment.
The TERENCE project is funded by the European Commission through the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development, Strategic Objective ICT- 2009.4.2: ICT: Technology-enhanced learning. The contents of the TERENCE site reflects only the authors' view and the European Commission is not liable for it.