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Augmented Reading Interviews (Published in December 2013)

From the paper "Augmented Reading: The Present and Future of Electronic Scientific Publications", by Paolo Montuschi and Alfredo Benso.

This video collects the personal views of Dejan Milosevic (IEEE CS President, 2014), David A. Grier (IEEE CS President, 2013), Sorel Reisman (IEEE CS President, 2012), Jon Rokne (IEEE CS Publications), Fabrizio Lombardi (EIC IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing and member of the IEEE CS Board of Governors), and Steve Woods (IEEE CS Senior Manager Multimedia & Production) about the future of scientific publications. From Computer's January 2014 issue: http://www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/2014/01/index.html



Paolo Montuschi Magazine Operations Committee chair update 2013  (Published in October 2013) 

Computer Society MOC chair Paolo Montuschi (and his daughters) take you on a visual tour of Mt. Thabor in France to urge magazine authors to include video content with their technical article submissions.



Preview of the Paper "Augmented Reading: The Present and Future of Electronic Scientific Publications (Published in August 2013) 

The paper "Augmented Reading. Present and future of electronic scientific publications" coauthored by Paolo Montuschi and Alfredo Benso will appear in a future issue of IEEE Computer Magazine (http://www.computer.org/computer ). Here you can find a short presentation. A preview can (will) be found in IEEE Computing Now, and downloaded from here



Quanto Pesa il Sapere: Milleduecento Libri in 180 Grammi (Published in February 2012) 

Giovedì Scienza 26 Gennaio 2012 - La rivoluzione del libro elettronico by Paolo Montuschi, Dipartimento di Automatica e Informatica del Politecnico di Torino

Oggi milleduecento volumi possono essere letti su un libro elettronico di 180 grammi. Entro cinque anni, l'intero contenuto della Biblioteca del Congresso potrà essere archiviato in una piccola unità di memoria riposta in un cassetto della nostra scrivania. Entro dieci anni tutte le biblioteche del mondo potranno essere memorizzate in un economico apparato di ridotte dimensioni. E' la rivoluzione del libro elettronico, con enormi implicazioni culturali, sociali ed economiche. Che cosa ci offre oggi la tecnologia? Con quali costi e prospettive? In che modo il libro elettronico può affiancarsi al libro stampato su carta? Come trarre il massimo da quanto la tecnologia ci mette a disposizione oggi? Con quali obiettivi guardare al futuro dell'editoria? Daremo davvero l'addio alla carta? Avremo le risposte a queste domande da un esperto di informatica che, seppure innamorato della tecnologia, non sostituirebbe mai la sua biblioteca tradizionale con un hard disk pieno di libri digitali.



Paolo Montuschi, Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Computers (Published in December 2011) 

After short self introduction, the speaker quickly inform readers and subscribers of the Computer Society Digital Library (CSDL), about the availability in the CSDL of IEEE Transactions on Computer issues for download in an electronic format very suitable for reading on mobile devices. The speaker both presents a couple of visual examples, and provides a web address where additional information on these new features can be found. Finally, the speaker gives a preview on the future collaboration between the on-line Computer Society web-based-only journal Computing Now and the IEEE Transactions on Computers. For more information visit http://www.computer.org/tc

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