Robert Laurini


is presently Professor Emeritus at KSI, USA; researcher at INSA-Lyon University of Lyon, Fance; president of the NGO 'Universitaires Sans Frontières/Academics Without Borders'. During his employed activities, he was intensively involved in international affairs. Among others, he has been member of PhD committees in 17 countries. Previously, he was full distinguished professor at the National Institute for Applied Sciences (INSA-Lyon), and more precisely at  the Computing Department and at the LIRIS Laboratory in which he was in charge of international affairs. His main interests are spatial and multimedia information systems with applications to urban and environmental planning, and geographic knowledge engineering. In November 1998, he received an ACM award for Technical Contributions and Leadership and a second in November 2010.



Articles published on IXD&A:


Hackmytown: an Educational Experience on Smart Cities, N.32, 2017, pp. 153 - 164, abstractdownload