Paolo Maria Ferri - Full Professor at the Department of Human Sciences - University of Milan Bicocca

Paolo Maria Ferri is Full Professor at the ''Riccardo Massa'' Department of Human Sciences for Education at the Bicocca University of Milan. He carried out his teaching activity in two of the Department's Study Courses: the Three-year Degree Course in Intercultural Communication - where he held courses   Theory and technique of new media   and the Single Cycle Master's Degree Course in Primary Education Sciences where he taught courses   New Media Theory and Technique , and later   Technologies for teaching   And   Digital environments for training . Since the Academic Year 2013/2014 he has been a Lecturer at the online Master in   Technologies for teaching   (DOL) of the Politecnico di Milano, where he teaches   Technologies and didactics. Since 2014 he has also been a lecturer at the Master in   Psychology of new media   of the Minotaur. Institute of Analysis of Affective Codes of Milan. More information at:

Giovanni Organtini - Professor of experimental physics at the University of Rome "La Sapienza".

Giovanni Organtini contributed to the discovery of the Higgs boson with the design and construction of the CMS experiment at the LHC, and participates in the PADME experiment for the search for dark photons. He was Director of the Physics Museum of Rome until 2019 and promoted and coordinated numerous scientific dissemination projects, also in collaboration with schools, institutions and associations. He is a member of the national scientific coordination of the Art & Science across Italy project and a globally recognized expert in physics with Arduino and smartphones. For this reason it is the Italian ambassador of phyphox: an award-winning App for performing physics experiments with smartphones.

Anselmina Cerella- Territorial training team Ministry of Education - Lombardy

Graduated in Communication Sciences at the University of Trieste, she has participated in masters and specialization courses in teaching and new technologies. For some years trainer of newly hired and tenured teaching staff, on behalf of USR Lombardia and INDIRE; currently engaged in the implementation of digital issues and the PNSD through the "Territorial Training Team" project of the Ministry of Education

Maria Concetta Brocato- Professor of Computer Science, instrumental function and digital animator at the ISIS "Arturo Malignani" in Udine

Maria Concetta Brocato

Graduated in Information Sciences at the University of Udine. Master in Open Distance Learning at the University of Macerata. She is involved in national and international projects in the field of active teaching with the use of technology and methodological innovation. Teacher trainer nationally and regionally on TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning), Blended Learning, Flipped Class, approach to Computational Thinking and Coding. She has introduced the use of learning environments to support daily teaching since 2006. Passionate about cooking, but also a good fork!

Franco Pinotti - Professor of Computer Science and Systems and Networks at the IIS Ponti in Gallarate

Franco Pinotti

University diploma, first level degree in Computer Science and specialization course in Didactics of Operations Research. CISCO AICA Instructor (EUCIP and IT Administrator), System Administrator with HP certification; for several years he has been involved in training on MIUR, USR Lombardia and INDIRE assignments within the national plans PNSTD, Fortic, ETutor, LIM, Classes 2.0, Web Generation, Future Smart Teacher, Future Labs. Passionate about computational thinking, he experiments with "poor" tools, unplugged approaches and a tinkering style, trying to adopt only free material, both as software and as documentation. He likes cooking, running, playing.

Annalucia Nardi – Professor of Mathematics, Instrumental Function and Digital Animator at the ITE Ambrogio Fusinieri of Vicenza. Member of the territorial training team of the Veneto region.


Graduated in Mathematics at the University of Padua, she participated in Masters (University of Macerata and University of Genoa) and specialization courses (University of Florence). It is engaged in didactic and digital innovation projects (cl@ssi 2.0, LIM, innovative libraries, Robotics) and in the planning and training of PON and PNSD. He collaborated with the Municipality of Vicenza in the realization of the educational activities foreseen by European projects. In particular, in the Youth4Earth project it has introduced educational robotics in all kindergartens and primary schools in the city. For many years he has been a trainer of teaching and newly hired staff on digital issues in teaching and assessment; Indire trainer (Lim, cl@ssi 2.0, Vales consultant).


Santino Bandiziol, secondary school teacher

Professor of Electronics Laboratory, he teaches at ISIS “A. Malignani” of Udine since 1980 in the three-year classes. He has been involved in the laboratory use of robotics and educational robotics since 2003 and has been involved in educational innovation for over twenty years. He is an INDIRE expert trainer for the ICT Lab and MLTV (Making Learning and Thinking Visible) ideas and is currently involved in the dissemination activity of the latter idea at a national level.


Simonetta Leonardi

primary school teacher member of the Umbria Territorial Team.

Passionate about new technologies whose pedagogical aspects and educational uses she has been studying for years. Former digital animator and manager of national and international projects on the use of the cloud for the educational sector. Trainer on the themes of the National Digital School Plan at the Territorial Poles and in the #Futura events, with particular interest in 3D printing, virtual and augmented reality and other digital tools useful for teaching.

Francis Misenti Francis MISENTI

Professor of Systems and Networks at the IIS “A. Bridges” of Gallarate

Graduated in Computer Engineering with the thesis "Design and development of the Home-Automation EHS protocol on microcontrollers", he collaborated with STMicroelectronics and was involved, in the university context, in various research projects such as VESPER, NOAH and flexWARE, on which he is co-author of scientific publications. A convinced supporter of problem-solving and cooperative-learning teaching, he focuses his teaching and research activity on innovative fields such as robotics, 3D printing, augmented reality and virtual reality, with particular attention to the world of IoT and Industry 4.0.