About Us

Welcome to SeriousGeoGames. Established in 2014, we aim to enhance research, teaching and outreach for Geography based topics and issues, through the use of games, gamification and gaming technology.

This website provides information for each of our applications, including technical details of their development and relevant details about the issues they aim to communicate. When available, resources will be available for educators as a free download.

SeriousGeoGames is non-profit and always on the look out for future collaborations. If you like to be involved, please get in touch!

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One thought on “About Us

  1. Sergio Olivero

    Dear Mr. Knight,
    I read about the initiative “Flash Flood! – Environmental science in virtual reality” on http://www.preventionweb.net/news/view/52171 (Dr. Chris Skinner).
    SiTI is a body created by Turin Technical University, focused on applied research to create bridges between academic competences and Stakeholders’ needs. One of our main research areas is civil protection.
    In PRODIGE Project (www.pro-prodige.eu), a transboundary Italy-France initiative, we are developing innovative training tools for civil protection and civil defense operators, based on Virtual Reality (floods, fires, explosions, etc.).
    I think we may investigate possible scientific cooperation.
    Kind regards
    Sergio Olivero

    Dr. Sergio Olivero
    Head of Research Area
    Security and Business Models
    for Energy Networks and Infrastructures
    Via Pier Carlo Boggio, 61
    10138 Torino
    Tel +39 011 1975 1111
    Mobile: +39 335 12 73 521
    Email: olivero@siti.polito.it




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