Alessandro De Gloria
Alessandro De Gloria is Director of teaching of the Bachelor and the Master degree in Electronic Engineering at the University of Genoa. His main research interests are in the field of Serious Games, Virtual Reality, mobile computing, computer architectures and HMI. He has been the responsible of more than 30 research project in the last 10 years, in the fields of automotive, serious gaming and technology enhanced learning. He is the coordinator of the GaLA EU Network of Excellence on Serious Games in Technology Enhanced Learning. He authored more than 150 papers in international journals and conferences. He is editor of the Int.l Journal of Serious Games
Francesco Bellotti is Associate Professor at the DITEN Dep.t of the University of Genoa. He teaches “Cyberphysical Systems” and “Entrepreneurship” the Electronic Engineering Master Course. His main research interests include system modeling, educational games, technology-enhanced learning, mobile computing and Human-Computer Interaction. Bellotti authored 200+ papers in international peer reviewed journals and conferences and is in the editorial board of SGS Int.l Journal of Serious Games, Hindawi Advances in Human-Computer Interaction. He has been in the board of ACM Journal of Computers in Cultural Heritage until 2018. He has worked with technical and managerial roles in several international industrial research projects. He is the president of the Serious Games Society, publisher of the Int.l Journal of Serious Games
Riccardo Berta is Associate Professor at ELIOS Lab (DITEN), University of Genoa. He is teaching Programming Fundamentals of Electronic Systems and Makers approach for electronic design in the Electronic and Information Technology Bachelor Course and Computer Games and Simulations Technologies in the Electronic Engineering Master Course. His research activity is focused on the applications of Electronic Systems, in particular in the fields of Games, Technology Enhanced Learning and Internet of Things. Berta authored more than 120 papers in international peer reviewed journals and conferences. He is founding member of the Serious Games Society (SGS), and he is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)and theIEEE Computer Society (CS).