Lucio Davide Spano is Associate Professor at the University of Cagliari, Italy. He teaches Human Computer Interaction in the Computer Science programme. He got his PhD in Computer Science at the University of Pisa, in 2013 He is co-author different papers in refereed journals and international conferences in HCI. He has collaborated to different projects founded by the European Commission and he has been a member of the Model-Based User Interface Working Group of the W3C.
University of Cagliari
The University of Cagliari (http://www.unica.it), is the largest University in Sardinia, Italy. It has been founded in 1628 and currently consists of 6 faculties, 17 departments and it counts 28.000 students. Its professors and researchers participated in different EU founded projects in both FP7 and H2020. The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science (https://www.unica.it/unica/it/dip_matinfo.page), provides curricula for bachelor, master and PhD degrees in Computer Science. It aims at developing new ICT techniques to engage a different type of users with cultural digital resources, through both core research and technology development different areas relevant for the project, such as Human-Computer Interaction, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision and Semantic Web.