Paolo Mazzanti is a researcher at MICC since March 2005.
He graduated cum laude in Theoretic Philosophy from University of Florence with a thesis on “Perception and Subjectivity in the Philosophy of Mind” (1999). Post graduated from the University of Florence in “Master in Multimedia Content Design ” (2001) and also in “Master in Planning and Communication of Cultural Heritage ” (2007) with a thesis on “Emotion and Learning in the fruition of the Cultural Heritage”.
He attended professional course for expert in digital cultural contents creation – Italian Digital Library e Touristic Cultural Network– ICCU – Ministry of Cultural Heritage- E-Learning2 2008 Project (2008).
His research interests focus on graphic/web design, multimedia applications and digital media tools for user interaction, cultural heritage digitization, creative ideas for museum learning and user engagement, new media for cultural heritage.
He is NEMO – The Network of European Museum Organisations associate member representing MICC and he is part of NEMO’s working group network LEM – The Learning Museum.
He has won the @diversity European Competition in 2013 with the project named SMartART.
He is also involved in the management of learning activities and educational offer of NEMECH.