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Sheila Dooley, Dublinia and the Viking World

Curator education officer at Dublinia 

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Mauro Felicori, Bologna City Museum, Italy.

Mauro Felicori is chief of the Cultural Area in Bologna City Council and director of Bologna City Museums. Until 1993 he has been director of different services: policies for youth, cultural affairs, relationship between the City Council and the University, membership in Eurocities. From 1993 to 1999 he has been Chief of Mayor's Cabinet, taking care of Bologna European City of Culture 2000 and Jubilee. From 2000 to 2006 he was in charge of cemeteries as cultural heritage and was the founder president of the Association of Significant Cemeteries in Europe (Medal in the Europa Nostra Awards 2007); as project leader of the Museum of Resistance he was involved in the field of Memory as Heritage, running experience of application of ICT & Culture. Again director of the Cultural Area from 2007, he took care of gathering civic museums and civic libraries in two institutions, and was nominated as director for their start up. He has published books and essays about policies for youth, urban cultural planning and cultural heritage.

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Walter Ferrara, Province of Naples

Head of the Cultural Department in Naples Province, former director of MAV (Virtual Archaeological Museum) of Ercolano

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Rosanna Friggeri, Museo Nazionale Romano alle Terme di Diocleziano

Dr. Friggeri is the directory of the Roman National Museum, Diocletian Thermal Bath Museum. In the museum  is located the Virtual Museum of Ancient Via Flaminia, developed by CNR. Archaeologist and coordinator at the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage (MIBAC), Archaeological Superintendence of Rome. She has directed until 2009 the Office of Added Services of the Superintendency

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Raffaella Rimaboschi, Polo Museale Fiorentino

Dr. Rimaboschi, has been indicated by the Superintendent dott. Cristina Acidini Luchinat as representative of the Polo Museale Fiorentino (that includes the Uffizi Museum).

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Raffaella Rimaboschi
Adolfo Roitman, Jerusalem Museum

Adolfo Roitman, Ph.D., is Lizbeth and George Krupp Curator of the Dead Sea Scrolls and Director of the Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, one of the world’s leading archaeological museums. Dr. Roitman earned his Ph.D. at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1993, and was conferred a Doctor Honoris Causa degree by Rocky Mountain College in 2005. Dr. Roitman has served as a visiting scholar at universities across the United States, Central and South America, and Europe.

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Mohamed Saleh, Great Egyptian Museum at Giza

Consultant for cultural Heritage documentation at CULTNAT (Center for Documentation of Culture and Natural Heritage of Egypt): 1. Professor of ancient History and Civilization, Women Faculty, Ain Shams University; 2. Director of Egyptology and consultant of Museum Organization and Admin.,  the Great Egyptian Museum at Giza, Egypt.;  3-Former director of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo from 1981 until 1998.; 4. Visiting Professor of Archaeology, the American University in Cairo, 1993; 5. Visiting Professor of Archaeology, Heidelberg University, Germany, 2004; 6. UNESCO Consultant for Museum Training (Documentation, Museum Display and Management). Membership in National and International Institutions and Committees: The German Archaeological Institute, The High Committee of Egyptian Antiquities, The International Council of Museums (ICOM), The International Council on Monuments and Sites of Conservation ICOMOS), The High Specialized Council of Cultural Heritage of Egypt, The Board of Directors, Museum of Archaeology, Bibliotheca Alexandrina. Orders and Prizes: Officier de L'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, 1984, France; Schiff Georgini prize for achievements in the field of Culture. 

France Desmarais, International Council of Museums

 Director of Programmes at International Council of Museums (ICOM)

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Adnan Busuladzic, National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Dr Busuladzic has a PhD in archaeology and he is also teaching at the University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Archaeology.

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Simona Caraceni, AVICOM

Simona Caraceni is concerned with new media communication and multimediality, and since '94 has been involved in new media and new technology applications in communications and art. She taught at the Universities of Bozen. Milan, Florence, Macerata and Bologna. 

In 1994 she was one of the founders of the first italian online magazine, NetMagazine, later MagNet, a project on the relationships between arts and technologies which lasted until December 1997. Freelance journalist, she's a columnist and leader writer for Artribune and some other newspapers.

PhD Researcher at the Planetary Collegium of the University of Plymouth (UK), her research activity is concerned with virtual museums, man-machine interfaces, multimediality and multimodality, and new media languages of communication in heritage field. In the field of applied research she works on the opportunities of online communication, multimedia and multimodal interfaces, augmented reality, communication heritage and e-learning with University of Bologna, City Council of Bologna, Regional Council of Emilia Romagna and Cineca. Member of the Executive Board of AVICOM from 2009 to 2013, elected as Vice President of AVICOM in 2013, she is as well the coordinator of the italian commission “Audio-Visuals and new Technology" for ICOM-Italy.

European Union Seventh Framework is a Network of Excellence. The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7 2007/2013) under the Grant Agreement 270404.