Museums and the Web 2005
Speakers: Speaker Biography
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Speakers from around the world present their latest work at MW2005.

Teresa Numerico

Leverhulme Research Fellow
London South Bank University
Institute for Computing Research
Faculty of Business, Computing and Information Management
Borough Road
SE1 0AA United Kingdom

Teresa Numerico (PhD in History of Science) teaches Humanities Computing courses at the Philosophy Faculty and Computing for Museums in the Science Museums Management Masters courses of the University of Bologna (Italy), and New Media theory and techniques at the University of Salerno. She co-edited (with A. Vespignani) Informatica per le scienze umanistiche (Computer science for humanities studies, Mulino, 2003), has published various papers on the history and philosophy of computer science and has recently published a book on Alan Turing and machine intelligence. She has also worked as a business development and marketing manager for different media companies, including Turner Broadcasting System (CNN, Italy). Currently she is a visiting researcher at London South Bank University in the UK, having been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship in 2004. From 2005 she takes up a permanent post at the University of Salerno.

Teresa will present Search Engines and On-line Museum Access on the Web.
Teresa will present Gender Issues and Museum Web Sites.