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Benjamin Clerc Clerc (Contributor/Participant)

Christian Mercat IREM de Lyon, IUFM (Contributor/Participant)
Université Montpellier 2, Géoplan/Géospace
Cyrille Desmoulins (Contributor/Participant)
Semantic Web technologies for representing competencies and viewpoints within education software.
Dagmar Raab (Affiliate)

Fabio Mancinelli (Contributor/Participant)
I am the research project manager at XWiki. Currently involved in semantic web and social-network oriented projects (Scribo and Wiki3.0). Before working at XWiki I was in the academia where I got a PhD doing research in different fields concerning software engineering and mobile, ambient and distributed computing. I've been working at XWiki for one year now.
Georges Khaznadar (Contributor/Participant)
I teach physics and chemistry in lycée Jean Bart (Dunkerque -- France). I am member of the association OFSET who was an associate member of Intergeo.

I have been involved in many developments of free software for the Education, mainly about the service WIMS (interactive exercises with dynamic contents as a web service)

I would like to propose some tools to spread Intergeo's outputs : live bootable media (like DVDs and more probably USB keys) : they easily feature an educational environment bootable on any computer, directly run from the medium, with no prerequisite about software installed on the host computer. Such tools have already been developed for OFSET's free software distribution known as Freeduc-CD, and for spreading Wims.

Hans Cuypers Hans Cuypers (Contributor/Participant)
Hans Cuypers Eindhoven University of Technology
InnoMathEd University of Augsburg (Contributor/Participant)
Volker Ulm, University of Augsburg, Chair of Didactics of Mathematics; Leader of the EU project "InnoMathEd", Reference Center in EU project "Fibonacci"; Website: http://www.math.uni-augsburg.de/dida/
Jacques Gressier (Affiliate)
Jacques Gressier (Géométrix)
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