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Our colleague dr. Nadia Mana has been awarded a "Recognition for excellence in reviewing" by the ACM ICMI 2014 conference.


2nd best project paper award for the meSch Project at the Euromed2014 Digital Heritage Conference,!


The first issue of the meSch project newsletter is out! Read the news about the project exhiting advancements and spread the word!

meSch first newsletter


A paper titled "Balancing Adaptivity and Customisation: In Search of Sustainable Personalisation in Cultural Heritage" by E. Not and D. Petrelli has been presented at the 22nd Conference in User Modelling, Adaptation and Personalization, UMAP 2014, Aalborg, Denmark, 7-11 July 2014

Read the paper in the Springer proceedings (link).

The article "Audio-Augmented Paper for the therapy and educational intervention for children with autistic spectrum disorder" by Alessandrini, Zancanaro, Cappelletti will be published on The International Journal of Human Computer Studies

Cristina Molinatti (therapist and FBK collaborator) and Massimo Zancanaro (head of i3 unit) will deliver a talk at TEDxTrento, on Saturday the 23rd of November 2013.

The talk will be centered around the results of the "MagicLamp" research.

Join TEDxTrento!


"Rovereto prova il museo interattivo". An article about the research and development challenges of the meSch European project has been published on the Corriere del Trentino newspaper.

For more news about meSch, visit the project website


Consegnato ieri a Roma, presso la sede dalla FIEG, il premio all’innovazione “Nostalgia di Futuro" 2013 assegnato al progetto dedicato all'interazione con ragazzi con sindrome autistica, sviluppato dall'Unità di ricerca "i3" del Centro IT della Fondazione Bruno Kessler di Trento. 


Last week, from the 7th to the 11th of October 2013,  we had the great pleasure of hosting the second consortium meeting of the meSch project. Five intense and fruitful working days with researchers and museum curators beloning to the twelve project partner organizations.

For more news and updates on meSch, visit the project website regularly: exciting findings and outputs are on their way!