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09/06/2015

The first meSch enhanced exhibition is a fact! Read more in the newly issued meSch project newsletter!

23/04/2015

The meSch project has been mentioned in the influential NMC Horizon Report > 2015 Museum Edition.

03/02/2015
The project (call H2020-ICT-22b. Develop novel multi-modal, adaptive interfaces, including Brain Computer Interfaces, assisting people with disabilities) aims at exploiting the recently matured biologically-inspired technique of event-driven compressive sensing (EDC) of audio-visual information, to implement touch-less device control/interaction based on gesture and vision-assisted speech recognition.
26/01/2015

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

meSch second newsletter

18/11/2014

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

12/11/2014

2nd best project paper award for the meSch Project at the Euromed2014 Digital Heritage Conference, http://www.culturalheritage2014.eu/!

03/09/2014

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

11/07/2014

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).

18/12/2013
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

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