@AntonioLagana

Prof. Antonio Lagana

Expertise in teaching theoretical and computational chemistry

About Antonio Lagana

 Affiliation: University of Perugia, Italy

My research fields are:

  • development of theoretical and computational approaches mainly addressed to the study of  dynamics and kinetics of both simple and complex systems;
  • rationalization of experimental outcomes with particular concern for molecular beams data;
  • implementation of tools for collaborative computing, virtual environments and virtual communities operating on high performance and high throughput distributed platforms.

Teaching interests: Learning objects on theoretical and computational chemistry

Relevant publications about teaching and learning in higher education

  • A. Laganà, S. Crocchianti, N. Faginas Lago, A. Riganelli, C. Manuali, S. Schanze, From Computer Assisted to Grid Empowered Teaching and Learning Activities in Higher Chemistry Education in Innovative Methods in Teaching and Learning Chemistry in Higher Education, I. Eilks and B. Byers Eds, RSC Publishing (2009) p. 153-190 ; ISBN 978-1-84755-958-6
  • J. Barek, A.K. Croft, A. Chuchalin, D. Kovala Demertzi, G. Dzido, P. Kubacek, P. Yates, M. Frankovicz, J. Froehlich, O. Gervasi, A. Lagana', M. Rui, R. Salzer, E. Varella, K. Wahala, R. Whewell, GEMS: a Grid based e-learning approach to molecular sciences in “Virtual Reality, Web and Grid Technologies for e-learning in Chemistry”, Morlacchi, 2003, p. 29-61 (ISBN 88-88778-41-1).
  • O. Gervasi, A. Riganelli, L. Pacifici,  A. Lagana’, VMSLab-G: A Virtual Laboratory prototype for Molecular Science on the Grid, Future generation Computer Systems, (ISSN:0167-739X) 20(5), 717-726 (2004).
  • O. Gervasi, S. Tasso, A. Lagana’, Immersive Molecular Virtual Reality  based on X3D and Web services, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (ISSN:0302-9743) 3980, 212-221 (2006).
  • S. Tasso, S. Pallottelli, R. Bastianini, A. Lagana’, Federation of distributed and collaborative Repositories and its application on Science Learning objects Lecture Notes Computer Science  6784, 466-478 (2011)

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