Paloma Diaz Perez

is Full Professor at the Computer Science and Engineering of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Escuela Politécnica Superior) and head of the Interactive Systems-Lab DEI research group. Her research mainly focus on interactive systems applied to any human activity, individual or collaborative, with a strong focus on combining hci and engineering principles to produce innovative applications of technology.




Monica Divitini

 is professor of Cooperation Technologies at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Her research interests lie primarily in the area of CSCW and mobile technology for collaborative learning, e.g. in the area of crisis management. She has consolidated experience with the collaborative organization of international workshops.




Carlo Giovannella

 is expert in the technology-enhanced learning, interaction design, computermediated communication, design and management of processes, process and product innovation. Scientific Director of the Creative Industries Area at the Consorzio Roma Ricerche; chair of the ISIM_garage (Interfaces and Multimodal Interactive Systems Lab) at the Dept. of Educational Science and Technology of the Univ. of Rome Tor Vergata; Scientific Editor of IXD&A Journal.




Marco Kalz

is Asscociate Professor at the Welten Institute of the Open University of the Netherlands. His research interest lies on the use of pervasive technologies and formative assessment to support self-directed lifelong learning.




Alke Martens

is Professor for Practical Informatics at the University of Rostock, Institute of Computer Science. Her research interests include game-based learning, adapation technologies for teaching and training systems, cognitive models of users, ubiquitous and pervasive learning and system engineering.