I m author and co-author of more than 100 international and national scientific peer-reviewed papers. My scientific production counts 269 citations and 10 as Hirsch index (source Scopus), 540 citations and 12 as Hirsch index (source Google Scholar), last access October 8, 2020. My research focuses on four main research area, intertwined around the main one: the Human-Computer Interaction. Further fields of interest:  Technology Enhanced Learning, Knowledge Management, and Multimedia Retrieval Systems.

Specifically, (1) Human-Computer Interaction is one of the largest scientific research areas due to its multidisciplinary nature. It contains, among others, cognitive sciences, psychology, ergonomic science and computer science. My personal contribute to HCI is especially dedicated to Interaction Design and Information Visualization;  Interaction design deals with the design activities between human and machines, in particular from the methodological viewpoint. In this regard, I also studied innovative methodologies dedicated to deaf people and fragile users in general. Other papers have been dedicated to Visual Design interfaces and usability studies. Information Visualization deals with the efficient techniques for data visualization; this task becomes more complex over time, due to the increasing quantity of Internet data and in general to the different nature of data. In this context, I studied geographic maps visualization techniques, querying visualization methodologies, and data visualization in emergencies and work overload. Moreover, I reported on the problem of visualization temporal event “a la Allen”. Finally, I studied the visualization of ontologies.

(2) Technology Enhanced Learning: my interest in this area stemmed from the e-LIS and LODE projects, and it increases in the TERENCE project. The aspects I dealt with are mainly methodological; on the other hand, I am also interested in the usability evaluation design aspects. In  TEL systems were analysed in the specific case of deaf users, while in TEL systems have been used as silent reading support for children. To design graphical user interfaces it is mandatory to have in-depth knowledge about the involved users.  To evaluate a TEL system it is necessary to evaluate its efficacy from the psycho-pedagogical viewpoint and its SW usability, as well as the final user satisfaction. I have explored these aspects and disseminated them across the TEL community.

 (3) Knowledge Management: nowadays, the knowledge management of (big) data is a challenge. In Mm first contribution in this direction, data are represented by water leakage. I also drew attention on the knowledge management of Disaster Management Systems, as in the EagleVox project. Currently, I’m dealing with temporal data extracted by embedded systems architectures and open-answer questions. Regarding Ontology Management, when, in Computer Science, the knowledge is represented by ontologies, it is crucial to support users in their social building.  In that case, the ontology management is supported by the OPAL (Object, Process, Actor, Language) conceptual schema. Finally, in managing the OPAL conceptual schema, I also investigated the possibility to define ontologies via business processes. The Business Process Modeling Notation has been then destructured and re-defined via OPAL schemas (Business Process Modeling Management).

 (4) Multimedia Retrieval System efficiently extracts data (e.g., text) from multimedia; Image Retrieval Systems deal with images, Text Retrieval Systems deal with text, and Multimedia Retrieval Systems deal with a combination of information. If the retrieval technique is based on “primitive” feature of information, the multimedia retrieval systems is a Content-based one; differently, it is a Semantics-based one if the used technique for retrieving information is based on semantic information. In this context, Content-based Image Retrieval systems for raster images are quite famous instead of CBIR systems for vector images; I validated one of these systems, within the 2D cartoon production. Thinking on cartoonist I refined that CBIR building a prototype allowing the querying by the sketch and also offering the possibility for the querying by example. Subsequently,  the retrieval techniques have been improved in precision and recall and, the system is finally re-engineered obtaining VISTO (Vector Image Search TOol). Moreover,  the Semantic Web is the Web enriched by the semantics of information. In the SEWASIE project, I worked on a Query Tool dedicated to information retrieval. The idea was to support users in building a conjunctive query, showing the main retrieved results. Finally, regarding  Semantics-based Multimedia Retrieval Systems for Semantic Dictionaries, I dealt with this type of MRSs within the e-LIS project, I developed a visual querying interface, to support users in building the LIS sign to be retrieved and translated in the Italian language. This system is a Semantics-based Multimedia Retrieval one since it retrieves information from an archive of multimedia LIS data composed of images, videos and text. A LIS sign has been realized, de facto, as an ontology, mainly composed of its main characteristics: configuration, orientation, location and movement.

Scientific  Collaborations

  • March 2016 – today. Scientific collaboration with the Dipartimento di Ingegneria Informatica, Automatica e Gestionale, University of Roma “La Sapienza”(DIAG). This National and INTERNATIONAL collaboration produced several scientific papers and led to the “International  Symposium on Learning  Analytics” organized in  Salerno (Italy)  in July  2018 and in Paris (France) in July 2019.
  • February 2016 – today. Scientific collaboration, as co-founder, with TetaLab (Technology Enhanced Treatment for Asd Lab). The TetaLab is a multimedia research laboratory of the University of L’Aquila based on the cooperation among: Dipartimento di Scienze Cliniche Ap- plicate e Biotecnologiche (DISCAB), Department of Engineering Computer Science and Math- ematics (DISIM), and Centro Regionale di Riferimento per l’Autismo dell’Abruzzo (CRRA). Researchers are dealing with studies on ICT for assessment and treatment of Autism Spec-  trum Disorder. This NATIONAL collaboration produced several scientific papers and led to a project focuses on Applicazioni innovative di Realt`a Virtuale e Aumentata per persone con una condizione dello spettro autistico (ASC)” – CIG 7151860D90.
  • January 2014 – today. Scientific collaboration with the “Bioinformatics, Intelligent Systems and Educational Technology (BISITE)” laboratory, Universidad de  Salamanca  (Spain). This laboratory deals with intelligent applications,  Technology  Enhanced  Learning,  Emotional Systems,  IoT,  Industry  4.0,  Smart  Cities,  Smart  Grids,  Disaster  Management  Systems e E-Healthcare. In particular, within this INTERNATIONAL collaboration, I’m designing, developing, and evaluating a device to self-evaluate the rate of audiometry;  the system is under evaluation both in Italy and in Spain.
  • May 2012 – today. Scientific collaboration with LaCAM (Language and Communication across Modalities Laboratory) at ISTC (Institute for Cognitive Science and Technology) for TEL systems dedicated to deaf people. In particular, this collaboration is considered INTERNATIONAL since I personally worked with prof. Marc Marschark (RIT – Rochester Institute of Technology).  This collaboration has been produced several papers and led to the project proposal DISSCO (Do It Smart: Socialise, Collaborate, Play, Assess, Recommend And Design), submitted to H2020.
  • May 2012 – today. Scientific collaboration with two groups of the University of L’Aquila: (1) the research group denominated IDEA (Interaction DEsign and Applications) of Engineering Computer Science and Mathematics Department and (2) the research group of information engineering for Health-care of Dipartimento di medicina clinica, sanità pubblica, scienze della vita e dell’ambiente. The main activities dealing with Technology Enhanced Learning, Health- care and Disaster Management systems. this National and INTERNATIONAL collaboration produced different scientific papers and lead several international projects  (e.g.,  TERENCE)  as well as the international multiconference PAAMS2020 will be held in  L’Aquila in  June 2020 (https://www.paams.net/ ).
  • March 2009 – March 2012. Scientific collaboration with the Research Centre for Knowledge and Data (KRDB) Department of Free University of Bozen,  within the  LODE  and  LODE  Caritro projects. this National and INTERNATIONAL collaboration produced different scientific papers and lead the  FP7  TERENCE  project proposal.  In particular,  I’m also dealt with (1) the design and development of a visual interface for annotating TIMEML stories; (2) studies on visualization techniques for temporal events “´a la Allen”.
  • March 2009 – March 2012. Scientific collaboration with Information Systems Research Centre (CeRSI) of University LUISS – Guido Carli (Roma), for different research activities, specially dedicated to the Health-care of elderly people (e.g., European AAL project,  HOPES).  this  National and INTERNATIONAL collaboration produced different scientific papers and, in particular,  (1) the visual interface design for elderly people;  (2) the usability design study for that visual interface.
  • April 2008 – July 2010. Scientific collaboration with “Laboratory for Enterprise Knowledge and Systems” (LEKS) at IASI (CNR - Roma). this National and INTERNATIONAL collaboration produced different scientific papers and results on the complex data management; within the European project COIN - COllaboration and Interoperability for networked enterprises (Integrated research project under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Community), I produced: (1) the analysis of knowledge management portal; (2) a graphical visual design interface for building ontologies; (3) a study dedicated to the ontology browsing challenges. Within the FIRB TOCAI.IT project - Knowledge-oriented technologies for enterprise aggregation on the Internet, I produced: (1) a graphical user interfaces for business process editing; (2) a usability analysis of the BPMN portal; (3) a study dedicated to visualization techniques for business process browsing. The collaboration also lead the EagleVox project proposal dedicated to the social support in dynamic community bonding during emergency situations.
  • January 2007 – December 2008. Scientific collaboration with Accademia Europea di Bolzano (EURAC RESEARCH, Bozen Italy), within the e-LIS project. this National and INTERNATIONAL collaboration produced different scientific papers and: (1) the design of the bilingual electronic dictionary LIS-Italian graphical user interface; (2) a  study on the deaf people support in building LIS signs, i.e., the querying support tool;  (3)  different usability studies; (4) the evaluation of that querying support tool.  The collaboration also leads the  LODE and LODE-Caritro project proposals.
  • May 2002 – May 2005. Scientific collaboration with the Department of Computer Science and Systems University of Rome, “La Sapienza”, within the European project SEWASIE (IST-2001-34825), dealing with an ontology-based information system. this National and INTERNATIONAL collaboration produced different scientific papers and: (1) analysis design and evaluation of a user interface for querying and annotating ontologies; (2) a study on visualization methods dedicated to semantic relations among data; (3) evaluation of querying and mapping tools of ontologies.

Scientific and Organizational Activities

Scientific Activities

  • Technical Program Chair: 10th International Conference in Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning (MIS4TEL 2020).
  • Paper and Proceedings Chair: 9th e 7th International Conference in Methodologies and In- Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning (MIS4TEL 2017,2019).
  • ScientificCommitteeMember: (1) SIGCHITALY-Special Interest Group on Computer- Human Interaction dellACM; (2) AICA - Associazione Italiana per l’Informatica e il Calcolo Automatico; (3) Commissione Gruppo di lavoro ICT dell’Ordine degli Ingegneri dellaProvin- cia dell’Aquila (4) European Network HiPEAC - High Performance and Embedded Archi- tecture and Compilation; (5) ASLERD - no-profit interdisciplinary, democratic, scientific- professional Association that recognizes the relevance of ’Smart’ learning ecosystems, and more in general ofLearning.
  • ScientificProgramCommitteeMember: (1) International Conference in Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning (MIS4TEL); (2) International Conference on Web-based Learning (ICWL); (3) International Symposium on Emerging Technologies for Education; (4) European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS); (5) International Conference on Computer Supported Education (CSEDU); (6) International Symposium Learning Analytics; (7) Workshops on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages (LREC2006); (8) Workshop of Evidence-Based Technology Enhanced Learning (EBTEL); (9) Workshop on Learning Technology for Education in Cloud (LTEC 2012); (10) Biannual Conference of the Italian SIGCHI Chapter (CHITALY);  (11) Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS(ITAIS).
  • SteeringCommitteeMember: (1) International Symposium Learning Analytics ; (2) International Conference in Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning (MIS4TEL); (3) Workshop of Evidence-Based Technology Enhanced Learning (EBTEL).
  • Invited Speaker for Tutorial: biannual Conference of the Italian ACM SIGCHI Chapter (CHITALY 2007): Tutorial title- “Information Visualization to visually support the ontology querying task”, Padova, 28 Giugno,2007.
  • Speaker: ODBASE2003; HCI2003; ODBASE2004; AVI2004; ECAI2004; HCI2005; AVI2006; SWAP2006; WEBIST2006; KES2007; WEBIST2007; HCI2007; CHI2007; IWWUA2007; AISC2007; AVI2008; BPMS2008; EE2008; ICOAE2008; IUI2008; ICCE2009; MBR2009; HCI2009; EDMEDIA2010; IESA2010; KEOD2010; MCES2010; OKM2010; VLHCC 2010; IADIS2011; DEG2011; EBTEL2011; EBTEL2012; IADIS2012; ICALT2012; PDSG2012; TEFA2013; SEBD2013; ECTEL2013; EBTEL2013; ALPIS2013; HCI2014; IUI2014; MIS4TEL2014; MIS4TEL2015; HUFU2015; MIS4TEL2017; MIS4TEL2018; MIS4TEL2019; SLERD2019; CSEDU2019, HCITALY2005; CHITALY2008; AICA2011; CHITALY2011; ITAIS2011; DIDAMATICA2011; CHITALY2013; ITAIS2013; ITAIS2014; CHITALY2015; ITAIS2015;PALX2015.
  • Scientific Reviewer: MultimediaTools and Applications (Springer); Computers in Human Behavior (Elsevier); Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics:  Systems (IEEE), Journal  on Efficiency and Responsibility in Education and Science; Interaction Design and Architectures; International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning (InderScience Pub.); Interna- tional Journal of Distance Education Technologies (IGI Global); ODBASE2003;AVI2004;HCITALY2005; LREC2006; EKAW2008; ER2008; ER2009; ITAIS2009; AICA2010,11,12,13; SEBD2013,14,15; STIPS2017; ECTEL2015.
  • Session Chair : HCI International; MIS4TEL; CSEDU; La@IV; LREC2006; EBTEL; EBU- TEL; LTEC; CHITALY; ITAIS;PALX.

Organizational Activities

  • Local Co-Chair: 18th International MultiConference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (PAAMS2020). I am in charge of the organization of this international multiconference which will be held in L’Aquila in June 2020.
  • General Chair: 8th International Conference in Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning (MIS4TEL 2018). I have been involved in organizational activitiesofthisinternationalconferenceheldinToledoinJune2018.
  • Symposium Chair: 1st e 2nd International  Symposium on  Learning  Analytics (LA@IV), co-located with 22th e 23th International Conference Information Visualisation (http://iv.csites.fct.unl.pt/).
  • WhorkshopandTutorialChair: 26th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2018 – http://ecis2018.eu/) – Beyond Digitization Facets of Socio-Technical Change (June 23rd-28th 2018 / Portsmouth, UK). Activities have been carried out in cooperation with two colleagues of mine, Amany Elbanna (Royal Holloway, UK) and Tammi Sinha (Winchester University, UK).
  • Sponsor Chair: biannual Conference of the ACM Italian SIGCHI Chapter (CHITALY2013; CHITALY2015).
  • Student Volunteer : ECAI2006, the biennial European Conference on ArtificialIntelligence, heldinRivadelGarda(Italy)inSeptember2006.
  • ScientificSecretary: HumanComputerInteractionItalyConference(HCITALY2005); within this edition, I not only supported the organizational aspects but I also took care of conference proceedings.

Editorial Board Activities

  • Editor : (1) Methodologies and intelligent systems for technology-enhanced learning Proceedings - Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing - Springer Heidelberg New York Dordrecht London; (2) International Workshop Proceedings on Evidence-Based Technology Enhanced – Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing - Springer Heidelberg New York Dordrecht London.
  • Editorial Board Member : (1) JOURNAL INTERNAZIONALE (ERIES - Journal on Efficiency and Responsibility in Education and Science). The journal is open-access, double- blind-peer-reviewed and fully refereed scientific.
  • Invited Guest Editor : (1) TEL4U - Special Issues of IxDA Journal - Interaction Design and Architectures; N. 23, Winter 2014;  (2) Special Issue on Evidence and User-Based Technology Enhanced Learning - International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning (IJTEL) - InterScience-Publishers of distinguished academic, scientific and professional journals.

Scientific Grants

  • Best Conference Paper: VIII Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS Information Systems: a crossroads for Organization, Management, Accounting and Engineering LUISS Guido Carli University, Roma (Italy), October 2011.
  • National Research Grant :  Don  Giulio  Tarra:  ricerche  e  studi  per  la  sordit`a,  for  the  book titled  “Insegnare  agli  studenti  sordi  -  apprendimento  e  sordit`a  aspetti  cognitivi,  linguistici, socio motivi, tecnologici e scolastici”.
  • National Research Grant: SIR VISUTECA project. University of L’Aquila (Italy) funded the project after the positive evaluation of the VISUTECA project by the MIUR.
  • Participation Grant: grant to participate in the Summer School on “Multimedia digital libraries Machine learning and cross-modal technologies for access and retrieval”.
  • PhD Supervisor

  • 2012 – 2014. Member of “Collegio del Dottorato in Ingegneria e Scienze dell’Informazione”, University of L’Aquila (Italy).
  • 2018 – today. Supervisor of Federica Caruso, Gabriella D’Andrea and Vincenzo Stoico PhD in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), University of L’Aquila (Italy), XXXIV cycle.

 Technological Transfer Activities

  • Co-Founder of ILab-AQ: ILab-AQ is a laboratory dedicated to ICT students of the University of L’Aquila (Italy) who need a co-working space to conceive, structuring and presenting the new business idea.
  • Co-Founder of Project Innovation Srl: Start-up. I am responsible for the technological transfer of UX e UI methodologies from the academic world to the business world.
  • Intellectual Property Rights: GEO PRINT SW, L’Aquila, Italy, December 15, 2017 (number 012086, D011182) by Project Innovation Srl.
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Books

  • P. Rinaldi, T. Di Mascio,H. Knoors, and M. Marschark.Insegnareaglistudentisordi.Società Editrice il Mulino, Bologna (ITA), 2015. ISBN: 978-88-15-25897-7.

Book chapters

  • T. Di Mascio and R. Gennari. A Usability Guide to Intelligent Web Tools for the Literacy of Deaf People. Integrating Usability Engineering for Designing the Web Experience: Methodologies and Principles, pp. 210-224. In T. Spiliotopoulos, P. Papadopoulou, D. Martakos, and G. Kouroupetroglou (Eds). Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2010. doi:10.4018/978-1-60566-896-3.ch011

Journals

  • G. Valente, T. Di Mascio, G. D’Andrea, L. Pomante (2020). Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration Profitability for Real-Time Systems.IEEE EMBEDDED SYSTEMS LETTERS, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. ISSN: 19430663, doi:10.1109/LES.2020.3004302.
  • P. Giammatteo, T. Di Mascio (2020).Wilson-Hilferty-type approximation for Poisson Random Variable. ADVANCES IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING SYSTEMS, Vol. 5 Issue 2, pp. 377-383, Astes publishers. ISSN: 24156698 (Print), doi:10.25046/aj050249.
  • G. Valente, P.Giammatteo, V. Muttillo, L. Pomante, T. Di Mascio (2019). A Lightweight, Hardware-Based Support for Isolation in Mixed-Criticality Network-on-Chip Architectures. Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems.Vol.4,Issue4, Pages 561-57.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, L. Tarantino, and P. Vittorini (2017). Designing visualizations of temporal relations for children: action research meets HCI. MULTIMEDIA TOOLS AND APPLICATIONS, Vol. 76 Issue 4, pp. 4855-4893, February 2017, Springer US. ISSN: 1380- 7501(Print), doi:10.1007/s11042-016-3609-6.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, A. Melonio, and L. Tarantino (2016). Supporting Children in Mastering Temporal Relations of Stories: The TERENCE Learning Approach. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF  DISTANCE  EDUCATION  TECHNOLOGIES,  Vol.  14  Issue  1, pp. 44-63, January 2016, IGI Publishing Hershey, PA, USA. ISSN: 1539-3100(Print), doi: 10.4018/IJDET.2016010103.
  • D. Di Giacomo, V. Cofini, T. Di Mascio, M.R. Cecilia, D. Fiorenzi, R. Gennari, and P. Vittorini (2016). The silent reading supported by adaptive learning technology: Influence in the children outcomes. COMPUTERS IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR, Vol. 55 Part B, pp. 1125-1130, February 2016, Elsevier. ISSN: 0747-5632(Print), doi:10.1016/j.chb.2014.09.053.
  • G. Di Giammarco, T. Di Mascio, M. Di Mauro, A. Tarquinio, and P. Vittorini (2015). Smart- Heart CABG Edu. ADVANCES IN DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING AND ARTIFICIAL IN- TELLIGENCE JOURNAL, Vol. 4 No.1, pp. 22-33, October 2015, Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca. ISSN: 2255-2863(Print), doi:10.14201/ADCAIJ2015412233.
  • M.R. Cecilia, T. DiMascio, L.Tarantino, and P.Vittorini (2014). Designing TEL products for poor comprehenders: Evidences from the evaluation of TERENCE. INTERACTION DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE (S) JOURNAL (IxD&A), vol.23,pp.50-67,December2014,Scuola IaD. ISSN:1826-9745(Print).
  • F. De La Prieta, T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, I. Marenzi, and P.  Vittorini (2014). User-centred and Evidence-based Design of Smart Games for Poor Text Comprehenders: the TERENCE Experience. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING (IJ- TEL), Vol. 6 No.3, pp. 212-236, January 2014, Inderscience publishers. ISSN: 1753-5255(Print), doi:10.1504/IJTEL.2014.068350.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, A. Melonio, and P. Vittorini (2013). Designing games for deaf children: first guidelines. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING (IJTEL), Vol. 5 No.3/4, pp. 223-239, February 2013, Inderscience publishers. ISSN: 1753-5255(Print), doi:10.1504/IJTEL.2013.059493.
  • V. Cofini, F. De La Prieta, T.  Di Mascio, R. Gennari, I.   Marenzi, and P.  Vittorini (2013).   The Design of Learning Material for Poor Comprehenders: Lessons Learnt from Experts. JURNAL TEKNOLOGI (Sciences and Engineering), vol. 63 No.3, pp. 45-51, August 2013, Penerbit UTM Press. ISSN: 2180-3722, doi:10.11113/jt.v63.1953.
  • V. Cofini, F. De La Prieta, T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, and P. Vittorini (2012). Design Smart Games with requirements, Generate them with a Click, and Revise them with a GUIs. AD- CAIJ: ADVANCES IN DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE JOURNAL, Vol. 1 No. 3, pp. 55-68, December 2012, Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca. ISSN: 2255-2863,doi:10.14201/ADCAIJ20121315568.
  • T. Di Mascio, A. Laudisio, M. Missikoff, P. Spagnoletti, V. Russo, and L. Tarantino (2011). HOPES: una piattaforma multimediale per favorire l’interazione sociale e l’aiuto aglianziani. E-HEALTH  CARE:  innovazione  e  tecnologie  in  sanit´a,  Vol.  15,  pp.  20-27,  December  2011, Edisef. ISSN:2038-4238.
  • T. Di Mascio, D. Frigioni, and L. Tarantino (2010). VISTO: A new CBIR system for vector images. INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Vol. 35 Issue 7, pp. 709-734, November 2010, Elsevier. ISSN: 0306-4379, doi:0.1016/j.is.2009.10.003.
  • T. Di Mascio, and R. Gennari (2008). An Intelligent Visual Dictionary for Italian Sign Language. JOURNAL OF WEB ENGINEERING, Vol. 7 Issue 4, pp. 318-338, December 2008, Rinton Press. ISSN:1540-9589.
  • L. Tarantino and T. Di Mascio (2003). Advanced Visual Interfaces: the Focus is on the User. THE KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING REVIEW, Vol. 18 Issue 2, pp. 175-181, November 2003, Cambridge University Press. ISSN: 0269-8889, doi:10.1017/S0269888903000584.
  • D. Frigioni, L. Tarantino, and T. Di Mascio (2002). On Formal Aspects of Zooming in Geographic maps. INFORMATICA, Vol.26No.4, pp. 309-319, November 2002, IOS Press. ISSN: 0350-5596.

International Conferences

  • F. Caruso, T. Di Mascio (2021). Designing IVR Serious Games for People with ASD. In Proc. of 10th International Conference in Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning: MIS4TEL2020. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing.
  • D.Cassioli, A.  Di Marco, T.  Di Mascio,  L.   Tarantino,  P.  Inverardi (2020). Is Really IoT Technology Gender Neutral?. In Proc. in IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for Industry 4.0 IoT,2020, Roma, Italy. pp.324-328.
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Tarantino, F. Caruso (2020). Towards a gamified musical skill learning model (mus-lm): structural aspects. In Proc. of the 10th International  Conference in  Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning: MIS4TEL 2020. Advances in Intelligent Systems andComputing
  • G. Audrito, T. Di Mascio, P. Fantozzi, L. Laura, G. Martini, U. Nanni, M. Temperini (2020). Recommending tasks in online judges. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, pp. 129-136. In Proc. of 9th International Conference in Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning: MIS4TEL 2019; June 2019, vila(Spain).
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Tarantino,  G.  De Gasperis, C. Pino (2020). Immersive virtual environments:   A comparison of mixed reality and virtual reality headsets for ASD treatment. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, pp. 153-163. In Proc. of 9th International Conference in Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning: MIS4TEL 2019; June 2019, vila(Spain).
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Tarantino (2020). The Structured Methodological Framework Deejay: Foundation and Its Application to the Design of an ASD-Oriented AAC Too. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies,  Vol  158,  pp. 247-259. In Proc. of 4th International Conference on Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional Development: SLERD 2019; May 2019, Rome (Italy).
  • T. Di Mascio and L. Tarantino (2019). A novel children-oriented data-gathering technique. In Proc. of 6th ACM Celebration of Women in Computing: womENcourage2019; September 16th-18th 2019, Rome(Italy).
  • L. Tarantino, G. De Gasperis, T. Di Mascio, MC. Pino (2019). Immersive applications: what if users are in the autism spectrum?. InThe 17th International Conference on Virtual-Reality Continuum and its Applications in Industry Nov 14 (pp.1-7).
  • G. D’Andrea, T. Di Mascio, and G. Valente (2019). Self-adaptive loop for CPSs: is the Dynamic Partial Reconfiguration profitable? In Proc. of the 8th Mediterranean Conference on Embedded Computing (MECO2019); June 10th-14th 2019, Budva (Montenegro). ISBN: 978- 1-7281-1739-3.
  • P. Giammatteo, F. Fiordigigli, L. Pomante, T. Di Mascio, and F. Caruso (2019). Age Gender Classifier for Edge Computing. In Proc. of the 8th Mediterranean Conference on Embedded Computing(MECO2019);June10th-14th2019,Budva(Montenegro).ISBN:978-1-7281-1739- 3.
  • F. Caruso, T. Di Mascio, and M. Pennese (2019). Gamify the Audiation: The CrazySquare Project. In Proc. of 11 th International Conference on Computer Supported Education (CSEDU), Vol 1, pp. 92-99. May 2nd-4th 2019, Heraklion, Crete (Greece). ISBN: 978-989-758-367-4, doi: 10.5220/0007764900920099.
  • V. Muttillo, G. Fiorilli, and T. Di Mascio (2019). Tuning DSE for heterogeneous multiprocessor embedded systems by means of a self-equalized weighted sum method. In Proc. of 10th and 8th WS on Parallel Programming and Run-Time Management Techniques for Many-Core Architectures and Design Tools and Architectures For Multicore Embedded Computing Platforms (PARMA-DITAM 2019). January 21st 2019, Valencia (Spain). ISBN: 978-1-4503- 6321-1, doi:10.1145/3310411.3310412.
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Tarantino, L. Cirelli, S. Peretti, and M. Mazza (2019). Designing a personalizable ASD-oriented AAC tool: an action research experience. In Proc. of 8th International Conference in Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learn- ing (MIS4TEL 2018). Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 804, pp. 200-209, Springer Cham. June 20th-22th 2018, Toledo (Spain). ISBN (Print): 978-3-319-98871-9, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-98872-624.
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Laura, and M. Temperini (2018). A framework for personalized competitive programming training. In Proc. of the 2018 17th International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training  (ITHET),  IEEE.  April  26th-  28th 2018, Olhao (Portugal). ISBN (Print on Demand(PoD)): 978-1-5386-4624-3, doi: 10.1109/ITHET.2018.8424620.
  • G. De Gasperis, T. Di Mascio, and L.Tarantino (2017). Toward a cognitive robotics laboratory based on a technology-enhanced learning approach. InProc.of7th International Conference in Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning (MIS4TEL2017). Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 617, pp. 101-109, Springer Cham. June 21st-23rd 2018, Porto (Portugal). ISBN (Print): 978-3-319-60818-1, doi:10.1007/978-3-319- 60819-812.
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Tarantino, and G. De Gasperis (2015). If Usability Evaluation and Software Performance Evaluation Shook Their Hands: A Perspective. In Proc. of International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement (PROFES2015), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 9459, pp.479-489, Springer Cham. December 02nd-04th 2015, Bolzano (Italy). ISBN (Print): 978-3-319-26843-9, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-26844-635.
  • T. Di Mascio and L. Tarantino (2015). Towards children-oriented visual representations for temporal relations. In Proc. of Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 374, pp. 81-89, Springer Cham. ISBN (Print): 978-3-319-19631-2, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-19632-911.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, P. Vittorini, F. De la Prieta (2015). Methodologies and intelligent systems for technology-enhanced learning. Springer. In Proc of 1st International Conference on Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning, MIS4TEL 2015; Salamanca; Spain; June 2015.
  • M.R. Cecilia, V. Cofini, T.  Di  Mascio,  and  P.  Vittorini  (2014).  The  Relationship between Psycho-pedagogical and Usability Data in the  TERENCE  Evaluation  Methodology.  In: Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Series, vol 292, pp. 61-68, Springer Cham. ISBN (Print) 978-3-319-07697-37, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-07698-08.
  • V. Cofini, D. Di Giacomo, T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, and P. Vittorini (2014). The Pedagogical Evaluation of TERENCE: Preliminary Results for Hearing Learners in Italy. In: Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Series, vol 292, pp. 173-180, Springer Cham. ISBN (Print) 978-3-319-07697-3, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-07698-022.
  • T. Di Mascio, A. Melonio, L. Tarantino, and P. Vittorini (2014). Many Children and Short Project Timing: How TERENCE Harmonized These Conflicting Requirements. In: Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Series, vol. 292, pp. 69-76, Springer Cham. ISBN (Print): 978-3-319- 07697-3, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-07698-09.
  • T. Di Mascio,  R. Gennari,  A. Melonio and P.  Vittorini (2014). Gamify Your  Field Studies for Learning about Your Learners. In: Methodologies and Intelligent Systems for Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Series, vol. 292, pp. 135- 142, Springer Cham. ISBN (Print): 978-3-319-07697-3, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-07698-017.
  • T. Di Mascio,  R. Gennari,  and P.  Vittorini (2013). Blending Evidence and Users for TEL:    An Overture. In Proc. 8th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning(EC-TEL 2013). Scaling up Learning for Sustained Impact. Lecture Notes in Computer Science,  vol  8095, pp 544-547, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. September 17th-21st 2013, Paphos (Cyprus) ISBN (Print): 978-3-642-40813-7, doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-40814-454.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, A. Melonio,  P.  Vittorini P (2013). Play and learn about your learners to early form your TEL design. In Proc. of 2nd Workshop on Technology-Enhanced Formative Assessment, TEFA 2013 - Co-located with the 8th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, EC-TEL 2013; Paphos; Cyprus; September 2013, InCEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol.1147.
  • M.R. Cecilia, T. Di Mascio, and A. Melonio (2013). The 1st Release of the  TERENCE Learner GUI: the User-Based Usability Evaluation. In Proc. of 2nd International Workshop on Evidence-based Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 218, pp. 1-8, Springer Heidelberg. May 22th-24th, Salamanca (Spain). ISBN (Print): 978-3-319-00553-9, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-00554-61
  • V. Cofini, T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, and P. Vittorini (2013). The TERENCE Smart Games Revision Guidelines and Software Tool. In Proc. of 2nd International Workshop on Evidence-based Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol  218, pp.17-24, Springer Heidelberg. May 22th-24th, Salamanca (Spain). ISBN(Print): 978-3- 319-00553-9, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-00554-63.
  • F. De la Prieta, T. Di Mascio, I. Marenzi, and P. Vittorini (2013). Pedagogy-Driven Smart Games for Primary School Children. In Proc. of 2nd International Workshop on Evidence-based Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol  218, pp.33-41, Springer Heidelberg. May 22th-24th, Salamanca (Spain). ISBN(Print): 978-3- 319-00553-9, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-00554-65.
  • F. De La Prieta, T. Di Mascio, I. Marenzi, R. Gennari, and P. Vittorini (2012). The TERENCE Smart Games:  Automatic Generation and Supporting Architecture. In Proc. of 1st International Workshop on Pedagogically-driven Serious Games (PDSG 2012), vol. 898. September 18th, Saarbrucken (Germany).
  • V. Cofini, D. Di Giacomo, T. Di Mascio, S. Necozione, and P.  Vittorini (2012). Evaluation  Plan of TERENCE: When the User-Centred Design Meets the Evidence-Based Approach. In Proc. of International Workshop on Evidence-Based Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, vol 152, pp.11-18, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. March 28th- 30th, Salamanca (Spain). ISBN: 978-3-642-28800-5, doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-28801-22.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, A. Melonio, and P. Vittorini (2012). Visual Representations of Narratives for Poor Comprehenders. In Proc. of International Workshop on Evidence-based Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, vol 152, pp. 91-98. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. March 28th-30th, Salamanca (Spain). ISBN (Print): 978-3- 642-28800-5, doi:10.1007/978-3-642-28801-211.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, A. Melonio, and P. Vittorini (2012). The User Classes Building Process in a TEL Project. In Proc. of International Workshop on Evidence-based Technology Enhanced Learning. Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, vol 152, pp. 107-114. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. March 28th-30th, Salamanca (Spain). ISBN (Print): 978-3-642-28800-5, doi:10.1007/978-3-642-28801-213.
  • T. Di Mascio, P. Spagnoletti, L. Tarantino, and S. Za (2012). Successful UCD Practices under IT Project Constraints.In Proc.of IADIS: International Conference Information Systems.pp. 433-437. March 10th-12th 2012, Berlin (Germany). ISBN:9789728939687.
  • M. Alrifai, F. De La Prieta, T. Di Mascio, A. Melonio, R. Gennari,  and P.  Vittorini (2012).  The Learners’ User Classes in the TERENCE ALS. In Proc. of 2012 IEEE 12th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies. July 4th-6th 2012, Rome (Italy).ISBN (Print): 978-1-4673-1642-2,doi:10.1109/ICALT.2012.68.
  • F.De la Prieta, T.  Di Mascio, R.  Gennari, I.  Marenzi, P. Vittorini (2012). Playing for improving the reading comprehension skills of primary school poor comprehenders. In Proc. of the PDSG 2012 workshop. CEUR-WS2012.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, and P. Vittorini (2011). Involving Learners and Domain Experts in the Analysis of the Context of Use for the TERENCE Games. In Proc. of International workshop at IS-EUD 2011 Third International Symposium on End-User Development.DEG: InternationalWorkshoponInvolvingEndUsersandDomainExpertsinDesignofEducational Games. June 7th-10th 2011, Torre Canne, Brindisi(Italy).
  • M. Carlini, T. Di Mascio, and R. Gennari (2011). Reading as Playing: a new tutoring multimedia tool for children with text comprehension problems. In Proc. of IADIS International Conference Interfaces and Human-Computer Interaction. July 20th-26th 2011, Rome (Italy). ISBN:978-972-8939-52-6.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, and P. Vittorini (2011). The Design of the TERENCE Adaptive LearningSystem.InProc.ofED-MEDIA2011–WorldConferenceonEducationalMultime- dia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education(AACE),Waynesville,NC.June272011,Lisbon(Portugal).ISBN:978-1-880094- 89-1.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, and P. Vittorini (2010). The Design of An Intelligent AdaptiveLearning System for Poor Comprehenders. In Proc. of Cognitive and Metacognitive Educational Systems: Papers from the AAAI Fall Symposium. November 11th-13th, Arlington, Virginia (USA).
  • D. Angelucci, A. Barbagallo, T. Di Mascio, M. Missikoff, and F. Taglino (2010). The Social Ontology Building and Evolution (SOBE) Platform. In Proc. of International Confer- enceonKnowledgeEngineeringandOntologyDevelopment(KEOD-2010),Vol.1,pp.416-419, SCITEPRESS (Science and Technology Publications, Lda. October 25th-28th 2010, Valencia (Spain). ISBN:978-989-8425-29-4.
  • D. Angelucci, A. Barbagallo, T. Di Mascio, M. Missikoff, and F. Taglino (2010). A social platform for enterprise ontology building. In Proc. of Workshop Open Knowledge Models (OKM 2010). October 11th-15th, Lisbona(Portugal).
  • B. Arfè B, T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari (2010). Representations of contemporaneous events of a story for novice readers.StudiesinComputationalIntelligence, in Model-BasedReasoning in Science and Technology 2010, pp. 589-605, vol.314. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, and B. Arfè (2009).How primary classes visually represent while temporal relations: a preliminary evaluation study. In Proc. of Cognitive and Metacognitive Educational Systems: Papers from the AAAI fall Symposium (FS-09-02). November 05th-07th 2009, Arlington, Virginia(USA).
  • R. Gennari, T. Di Mascio, and G. De Gasperis (2009). Time Representation, Reasoning and Visualisation for primary classes. In Proc.of the 17th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2009), (APSCE Preprint). November 30th 2009 - December 4th 2009, Hong Kong Institute ofEducation.
  • T. Di Mascio and R. Gennari (2009). Spatial Representations of Temporal Relations for Primary School Teachers. InProc. of the International Conference Model-Based Reasoning in Science and Technology (MBR2009), SCI, Springer; December 17th-19th, Campina(Brasil).
  • T. Di Mascio and R. Gennari (2009). User-centred Design and Literacy Tools for the Deaf. In Proc. of the International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Addressing Diversity (UAHCI 2009). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 5614 pp.13-20. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. July 19th-24th 2009, S. Diego, California, (USA). ISBN (Print): 978-3-642-02706-2, doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02707-92.
  • P. Di Marco, T. Di Mascio, D. Frigioni, and M. Gastaldi (2009). Evaluating the Effectiveness and the Efficiency of a Vector Image Search Tool. In Proc. of Human Interface and the Management of Information. Information and Interaction. Human Interface 2009. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 5618, pp.259-268. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. July 19th-24th, S. Diego, California, (USA). ISBN(Print): 978-3-642-02558-7, doi: 10.1007/978-3-642-02559-429.
  • T. Di Mascio, A. Perini, L. Sabatucci, and A. Susi (2009). Building and Browsing Tropos Models: The AVI Design. In Proc. of the Human Interface and the Management of Information. Information and Interaction. Human Interface 2009. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 5618, pp.269-276. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. July 19th-24th, S. Diego, California, (USA). ISBN(Print):978-3-642-02558-7, doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02559-430.
  • A. De Nicola, M. Lezoche, T. Di Mascio, and F. Taglino (2008). Semantic Lifting of Business Process Models. In Proc. of the 12th Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops, IEEE, pp.120-126. September 16th 2008, Munich (Germany). ISBN(Print):978-0- 7695-3720-7, doi:10.1109/EDOCW.2008.55.
  • F. Cucchiella, T. Di Mascio, M. Gastaldi, and L. Ferrazza (2008). Planning and Economics of Water Leakage Reduction. In Proc. of the International Conference on AppliedEconomics (ICOAE2008), pp. 603-620. May, 13th-16th, AtKastoria(Greece).
  • T. Di Mascio, M. Felice, and R. Gennari (2008). Visually Querying the e-LIS Ontology: a proposal. In Proc. of the CHI Extended Abstracts 2008, pp. 3597-3602. ACM Publishing. April 05th-10th 2008, Florence (Italy). ISBN: 978-1-60558-012-8,doi:10.1145/1358628.1358897.
  • M. Felice, T. Di Mascio, and R. Gennari (2007). A Visual Ontology-Driven Interface for a Web Sign Language Dictionary. In Proc. of International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering (WISE 2007) Workshops. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 4832, pp. 429-440. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. December 03rd-07th 2007, Nancy (France). ISBN:978-3- 540-77009-1, doi:10.1007/978-3-540-77010-741.
  • T. Di Mascio,  D. Frigioni,  and L. Tarantino  (2007). Evaluation of VISTO: a new Vector  Image Search TOol. In Proc. of International Conference in  Human-Computer  Interaction. HCI Intelligent Multimodal Interaction Environments (HCI 2007). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 4552, pp. 836-845. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. July 22nd-27th 2007; Beijing (P.R China). ISBN(Print): 978-3-540-73108-5, doi:10.1007/978-3-540-73110-8 92.
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Laura, and V. Mirabella (2007). VISTO, a Vector Image Search Tool. In Proc. of the 12th Human-Computer Interaction International Conference (HCI2007), LNCS/LNAI, Springer; July 22th-27th; Beijing (P.RChina).
  • R. Gennari and T. Di Mascio (2007). An Ontology for a Web Dictionary of Italian Sign Language. In Proc. of the International Conference on Web Information Systems (WEBIST2007), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. March 03ht-06th 2007, Barcelona(Spain).
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Laura, V. Mirabella (2007). The interface of VISTO, a new vector image search tool.In Proc. of the Symposium on Human Interface and the Management of Information. Beijing, China, July 2007,pp.417-426.
  • T. Di Mascio, I. Salvatore, and L. Tarantino (2006). Navigation by zooming in boxes: preliminary evaluation. In Proc. of the working conference Advanced Visual Interface (AVI2006). pp. 262-265.ACM Press.May23th-26th2006,Venice(Italy).doi:10.1145/1133265.1133317.
  • T. Di Mascio, D. Frigioni, and L.Tarantino (2005). A visual environment for tuning a content-based vector image retrieval engine. In Proc. of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction International Conference (HCI2005).Volume Posters-The Management of Information: E-Business, the Web, and mobile computing.MIRA digital publishing.June 22th-27th 2015, Las Vegas, Nevada(USA).
  • T.Catarci, T.DiMascio, P.Dongilli, E.Franconi, G.Santucci, and S.Tessaris (2005).Usability evaluation in the SEWASIE (SEmantic Webs and AgentS in Integrated Economies) project.In Proc. of the 11th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction InternationalConference (HCI2005). Volume 2 - The Management of Information: E-Business, the Web, and Mobile Computing. MIRA Digital Publishing, pp. 1008-1015. June 22nd-27th 2015, Las Vegas, Nevada(USA).
  • T. Di Mascio, M. Francesconi, D. Frigioni,  and L. Tarantino (2004). Tuning a CBIR System for vector images: the interface support. In Proc. of the the Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI204), pp. 425-428, ACM. May 25th-28th 2004, Gallipoli (Italy). ISBN; 1-58113-867-9,doi:10.1145/989863.989942.
  • T. Catarci, P. Dongilli T. Di Mascio, E. Franconi, G. Santucci, and S. Tessaris (2004). An Ontology-based visual tool for query formulation support. In Proc. of 16th EuropeanConfer- enceonArtificialIntelligence(ECAI2004),pp.308-312,IOSPressAmsterdam.August22nd- 27th 2004, Valencia(Spain).
  • T. Di Mascio and L. Tarantino (2003). Main Features of a CBIR prototype supporting car-toon production. In Proc. of the 10th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI2003), Vol. 1 (Human Factors and Ergonomics), pp. 921-925, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates; June 22nd-27th 2003, Crete (Greece). ISBN9780805849301.
  • T. Di Mascio (2003). Assisting User of Semantic Web: the Sewasie Proposal. In Proc. of the 10th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI2003), pp. 157-159. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates; June 22nd-27th 2003, Crete(Greece).
  • T. Catarci, T. Di Mascio, E. Franconi,  G. Santucci,  and S. Tessaris  (2003). An Ontology-Based Visual Tool for Query Formulation Support. In Proc. of International Conference on Ontologies, Databases and Applications of Semantics (ODBASE2003), pp. 32-34, Springer- Verlag. November 03rd-07th 2003, Catania(Italy).

National Conferences

  • T. Di Mascio and L. Tarantino L (2016). New design techniques for new users: an AR-based approach. In Proc. of 12th Conference of the Italian Chapter of Advanced Information Systems (ItAIS2015), October 09th-10th, Rome(Italy).
  • T. Di Mascio, F. Gobbo, and L. Tarantino (2016). Requirements and Open Issues for ISs Supporting Dynamic Community Bonding in Emergency Situations. In Proc. of 12th Conference of the Italian Chapter of Advanced Information Systems (ItAIS2015). Empowering Organizations. Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation, vol.11, pp. 257-271, Springer Cham. October 09th-10th 2015, Rome (Italy). ISBN:9783319237831, doi:10.1007/978-3-319- 23784-820.
  • T. Di Mascio and L. Tarantino (2015). Designing for children: blending HCI and Action Research. In Proc. of 11th Biannual Conference on Italian SIGCHI Chapter (CHItaly2015), pp.1-9, ACM New York, NY. September 28th-30th 2015, Rome (Italy). ISBN: 978-1-4503- 3684-0, doi:10.1145/2808435.2808462.
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Tarantino, P. Vittorini, and M.R. Cecilia (2015). Learning temporal connectives by playing: the TERENCE experience with children. In e-Proc. of PALX Workshop (CHItaly 2015). September 28th-30th 2015 Rome(Italy).
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Tarantino, R. Gennari, and A. Melonio (2014). Engaging new users into design activities: the TERENCE experience with children. In Proc. of 10th Conference of the Italian Chapter of Advanced Information Systems (ItAIS2013), Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014, vol 7, pp.241-250. December 13th-14th, Milan(Italy).
  • T. Di Mascio, L. Tarantino,  P.  Vittorini,  and  M.  Caputo (2013).  Design choices:  affected by user feedback? affected by system performances? Lessons learned from the TERENCE project. In Proc. of 10th Biannual Conference on Italian  SIGCHI  Chapter  (CHItaly2013). ACM New York, NY, USA. September 16th-20th 2013, Trento (Italy). ISBN: 978-1-4503- 2061-0,doi:10.1145/2499149.2499171.
  • T. Di Mascio, F. Gobbo, and L. Tarantino (2013). Supporting dynamic community bonding in emergency situations. In Proc. of 21st Italian Symposium on Advanced Database Systems (SEBD2013), pp. 207. June 30th - July 3rd, Rocella Ionica, Reggio Calabria (Italy).ISBN:9781629939490.
  • A. Melonio, L. Tarantino, and T. Di Mascio (2012). Towards ICT support for elderly displaced people: looking for natural gestures. In Proc. of ItAIS 2011: Congresso Italiano di Sistemi Informativi, pp. 135-143. October 7th-8th Rome (Italy). ISBN:978-3-7908-2788-0, doi:10.1007/978- 3-7908-2789-716.
  • T. Di Mascio, G. De Gasperis, and N. Florio (2011). TATOT: a viewer for annotate stories in the TERENCE project. In Proc. of ItAIS 2011: Congresso Italiano di Sistemi Informativi, October 7th-8th, Rome(Italy).
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, and P. Vittorini. TERENCE Users: the UCD Analysis (2011). In Proc. of ItAIS2011: Congresso Italiano di Sistemi Informativi, October 7th-8th, Rome (Italy).
  • A. Bonomo, T. Di Mascio, and L. Tarantino (2011). A service-oriented fault monitor for digital terrestrial television broadcasting networks. In Proc. of 09th Biannual Conference on Italian SIGCHI Chapter (CHItaly2011), pp-92-95. September 13th-16th 2011, Alghero (Italy). doi: 10.1145/2037296.2037320.
  • D. Angelucci, T. Di Mascio, M. Ughetti, and S. Za (2011). L’Architettura della Piattaforma EAGLEVOX. Workshop Cittadini in rete per una ricostruzione intelligente. Congresso AICA, September 28 – October 1, L’Aquila (Italy).
  • D.Angelucci, A. Barbagallo, T. DiMascio, M. Missikoff, and F.Taglino (2009). A platform for Social Ontology Building and Evolution (SOBE). In Proc. of 2nd Interop.Vlab.It. Workshop, De Nicola A. ed., 2009. November 6th, Rome (Italy).
  • A.De Nicola, T. Di Mascio, M. Lezoke,  and F. Taglino.  Using Ontology as social support to Business Process Management (2008). In Proc. of the 1st Workshop on Business Process Management and Social Software, September 1st-4th, Milano (Italy).
  • T. Di Mascio, R. Gennari, and G. De Gasperis (2007). Visual Cognitive Learners: a Web Bidirectional Dictionary for Italian Sign Language-Italian. In Proc. of the 4th Symposium of Italian Association of Cognitive Science (AISC07), November 28th-29th, Roma(Italy).
  • T. DiMascio, D. Frigioni, and L.Tarantino (2007). Evaluation of a CBIR for Vector Image. In Proc. of 07th Biannual Conference on Italian SIGCHI Chapter (CHITALY07), June27th-30th, 2007. Padova (Italy).
  • M. Felice, T. Di Mascio, and R. Gennari (2007). An Ontology-Based Interface for an Electronic Sign Language Dictionary. In Proc. of 07th Biannual Conference on Italian SIGCHI Chapter (CHITALY07), June 27th-30th, 2007. Padova (Italy).
  • G.Marcelli, T.DiMascio, F. D’Antonio. MDSS: a Framework for the Integration of Ontology Mapping Tools (2006). In Proc. of 3rd Italian Workshop on Semantic Web Applications and Perspectives (SWAP 06), December 18th-20th, Pisa (Italy).
  • T. Catarci, T. Di Mascio, P. Dongilli, E. Franconi, G. Santucci, and S. Tessaris (2005). An Ontology-BasedQueryManager: Usability Evaluation. InProc. of the4th Italian Symposium on Human Computer Interaction (HCItaly2005), September 13th, 2005. Roma (Italy).

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