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Born in 1946, graduated (laurea) in Physics on 1970, Oreste Signore is full time staff member of National Research Council (C.N.R.) since 1973. He is now Technolgy Director at Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell' Informazione "A. Faedo" (ISTI), the new C.N.R. Institute born from the fusion of CNUCE and I.E.I. His scientific interests are in the area of Information Systems, covering database, conceptual modelling, hypermedia, user interface, web applications, information retrieval, software engineering (with emphasis on reverse engineering). He is author of more than 200 books, papers, presentations in national and international journals and conference (you can get the list of publications, including some informal documents, in both XML and pdf format). He had a relevant role in defining national standards for the cultural heritage. His present interests are in Semantic Web, adaptive systems, and web sites quality. He has been deeply involved in the definition of requirements for accessibility of public web sites. Currently he is the Manager of W3C Office in Italy, hosted by C.N.R.
Is the Web really a "Web for All"?
as author at W3C Workshop: Content on the Multilingual Web, Pisa 2011,