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published: March 2004
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November 7, 2010

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Paolo Paolini
Full Professor
Politecnico di Milano
HOC-Hypermedia Open Center
Via Ponzio 34/5 - 20133 Milano
20133 Italy
Email: paolini@elet.polimi.it

Paolo Paolini, Department of Electronics and Informatics, HOC, Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Paolo Paolini is Full Professor of Computer Graphics and Multimedia at Politecnico di Milano - Italy. He is also director of HOC-Hypermedia Open Center - at Politecnico. He has a Master and PhD in Computer Science from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). He has been active in the following research fields: data base modelling and systems, programming languages, distributed data bases, data bases views, hypertext and multimedia models, multimedia authoring systems, multimedia application development tools. He is associate editor of TOIS-ACM. He has authored more than 70 scientific papers, and organized major scientific events (including ICHIM 2001, with nearly 400 participants from 32 countries of 5 continents). He has coordinated, DISCETECH-BIMBOTECH, a 6 years project for using ICT to foster education in Italian schools. Nearly 1,000 teachers and 20,000 pupils (from 3 years to 18 years of age) have been involved in different experiments conducted in 10 different cities. He has been the coordinator of the development of the shared Science and Technology Museum of Milan, the first interactive museum using shared 3D, that has received (by Museum and the Web) the award as best on-line application for museums in 1999. He is the chief designer of the SEE project, being in charge of technical and interaction requirements.

Paolo will present A day at Qumran - Engage in a 3D world cooperative experience
Paolo will teach From Requirements to Usability for Museum Web Sites
Paolo will present The SEE Experience: Edutainment in 3D Virtual Worlds