Prof. Orazio Miglino, PhD
Prof. Orazio Miglino is a full professor at University of Naples where he was pas-president of the 5 year specialist degree course in psychology and director of Ph.D program in Psychological and Pedagogical. He is the President of Italian Association of Cognitive Sciences and He leads the National and Artificial Cognition Laboratory. He is also an associate researcher at the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies of Italian Natianol Research Council (ISTC-CNR). Prof. Miglino has coordinated numerous projects in the LLP program both for ISTC-CNR (Learn2Lead, T3, SINAPSI, SISINE) and for University of Naples (EUTOPIA-MT, DREAD-ED).
Onofrio Gigliotta, PhD
Onofrio Gigliotta is a researcher at the Department of Humanistic Studies of the University of Naples “Federico II”. His main research is focused on Bioinspired Artificial Intelligence, Evolutionary Robotics and their applications. He collaborates with the Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies (ISTC-CNR, Rome) in developing robot/agent simulators to be used both in basic and in applied research. He is author of international scientific publications and has participated to many National and European Projects
Michela Ponticorvo, PhD
Michela Ponticorvo received her Ph.D. in Psychology of programming and Artificial Intelligence and has worked as research assistant at the University of Naples. Her research interests are devoted to cognitive modelling and its application to education and training. She is a member of Nac Lab at University of Naples
Franco Rubinacci is a Psychologist mainly working in Learning, Education and Training. He has attended an On-line Educational and Training post-graduate course. He is teaching Learning and socialization processes psychology (Contract Professor) in the post-graduate course in S.I.C.S.I. (Scuola Interuniversitaria Campana di Specializzazione all’insegnamento) at the University of Naples "Federico II" .His research activity is concentrated on Learning Technologies and Artificial Intelligence, and their applications in several domains, as e-Learning, Videogames, Educational Robotics and Educational Software
Angelo Rega, PhD
Angelo Rega has a degree in Clinical Psychology and has a Ph.D in Health Psychology focused on design and study of some experimental prototypes in responsive and adaptive environments as cognitive prostheses. His research activity is concentrated on Advanced Learning Technologies and Artificial Intelligence, and their applications in several domains, as e-Learning, Videogames, Educational Robotics and Educational Software. Other research activity are assistive interactive technology for cognitive rehabilitation and ambient intelligence in Health Care.