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Salvatore Iaconesi - AOS. Rome Area, Italy, RM, IT

Salvatore Iaconesi

President | AOS

Rome Area, Italy, RM, ITALY

Founder at AOS



Salvatore is a TED Fellow (2012), and teaches Interaction Design and Digital Design at Rome's University "La Sapienza", at ISIA Design Florence, at RUFA, Rome University of Fine Arts, at IED, Istituto Europeo di Design.

Know more about Salvatore at AOS, Art is Open Source

Salvatore has extensive experience in the areas of strategic design, expert and decision support systems, knowledge management and sharing systems, technological platforms for multicultural communities, ubiquitous technologies, interactive experiences and innovation processes.

He created multiple interactive experiences for arts, architecture, theater and performance, dealing with important societal issues of planetary level and exhibted all over the world.

He is the strategy and technology advisor for multiple organizations.

Industry Expertise (3)

Social Media


Architecture and Planning

Areas of Expertise (3)

Augmented Reality

Ubiquitous Publishing

Citizen Science

Accomplishments (1)

TED Fellowship (professional)


Salvatore Iaconesi of AOS has been nominated TED Fellow for 2012 and, for this, will be presenting at TED Global 2012 in Edinburgh from June 25-29 2012. At Art is Open Source we focus on the transformations which have been brought on to human beings by the wide and ubiquitous availability of digital technologies and networks. This, we feel, is the great opportunity of our times: transform the sensibilities, creativities, inventions, insights, knowledge, traditions of individuals into usable, p

Education (1)

Università degli Studi di Roma 'La Sapienza': BEng, Robotics and Automatics Engineering 1999

Affiliations (3)

  • Art is Open Source
  • La Sapienza University of Rome
  • ISIA Design Florence

Event Appearances (4)

The realtime digital life of cities turns into usable knowledge

TED Global 2012  Edinburgh, UK


Ubiquitous Humanity

iPompei  Pompei, Italy



re:bublica  Berlin, Germany


the Co-Creation of cities

ECLAP Conference  Florence, Italy


Sample Talks (1)

The realtime digital life of cities turns into usable knowledge

How has our perception of the spaces around us transformed during the last few years. The wide and ubiquitous availability of digital technologies and networks radicalizes our perception of space, transforming reality into a read/write environment which can host infinite number of informations and expressions. Open Data, Big Data, realtime information harvesting from social networks, privacy, transparency, ubiquitous technologies, citizen science.



  • Keynote
  • Moderator
  • Panelist
  • Workshop Leader
  • Author Appearance
  • Corporate Training


1000 to 5000