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Roberto Rossi graduated in Communication Sciences at the Università Cattolica in Milan, Italy. Subsequently he obtained a Master Degree in International Affairs at ISPI-Università Bocconi. In 2001 he started working at OCCAM, the organization affiliated to the United Nations focused on the wise use of technologies for development.
Mara holds a degree in Management of Public Administrations and International Institutions from the Bocconi University in Milan (Italy).
She has worked for ten years in Innovhub Stazioni Sperimentali per l’Industria, a research and innovation centre linked to the Chamber of Commerce of Milan, as European project manager with responsibilities on coordination and administration of European projects and support to companies in the participation to funded projects.
Electronic engineer, Maria is Ab.Acus R&D Director since 2006. Since 1995, she was in charge of R&D management for research centres, clinical centres and private companies.
Her current expertise is in planning and management of research projects and in design and development of software applications. Her main working fields include assistive technology, biomechanics, scientific and diagnostic instrumentation management, factory automation. She is also involved in teaching activities in academic and professional environments.
He is the Ab.Acus Founder and CEO, and is currently in charge of Ab.Acus strategic planning.
He has acquired relevant experience and deep knowledge of the international medical market making use of ICT.
Above all he was deeply involved in the following industrial experiences:
David Gauntlett is Professor of Media and Communications, and Co-Director of the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI), University of Westminster.
The University of Westminster (www.westminster.ac.uk) was founded as Britain's first polytechnic in 1838. Since then it has developed into a university that combines both metropolitan and cosmopolitan dimensions, and which is closely involved in business, professional and academic life within London, the UK, and overseas.
The international teams involved in DiDIY Project met near Milan, in Italy, at Università Cattaneo – LIUC, the coordinator of DiDIY Project.
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Emanuele Strada cooperates with CETIC, Research Center on Information Systems, at LIUC - Università Cattaneo (Italy), where he is also Contract Professor for the School of Engineering for the courses on Business Consulting at the master level, and of the