European Ph.D on Social Representations and Communication

Multimedia and Distance Learning System

 

28th International Lab Meeting – Summer Session 2015
21st International Summer School on Social Representations and Communication

of the

European/International Joint Ph.D. in Social Representations and Communication

 

LIST OF PROFESSORS

 

Mapping the impact and dissemination of the social representation theory across different geo-cultural contexts around the world: from Europe towards other continents

 

 at the European/International Joint PhD in Social Representations & Communication Research Center and Multimedia LAB, P.za Cavalieri di Malta 2, Rome-Italy

 

18th - 25th July 2015

 

KEY LECTURERS

 

Name and Surname

Nationality

Home Institution

Title of Presentation

1.     

Prof. Brigido Vizeu Camargo Brazilian

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

(Brazil)

Tribute during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"

2.     

Prof. Martha De Alba Mexican

Universidad Autonoma Metorpolitana

(Mexico)

1- Intervention during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"

2- Anchoring the dissemination of the social representation theory in Mexico

3.     

Prof. Annamaria de Rosa  Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

Welcome Address

Intervention during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"

4. Eng. Conny Ericsson Swedish

CONERI

(Sweden)

Real time communicative processes, social aspects and methods for how to effectively transform knowledge in an online distributed meeting
5. Prof. Lorena Gil de Montes  Spanish

Universidad del Pais Vasco

(Spain)

1- Intervention during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"

2- Social Representations and Language

6. Prof. Jian Guan Chinese

University of Nankai

(China)

1- Intervention during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"

2- Anchoring the dissemination of the social representation theory in China

7. Prof. Mircea-Grigore Havarneanu Romanian

International Union of Railways

(Paris, France)

The mutual benefits of the secondment in an interdisciplinary research organisation from the perspective of the supervisors and of a young researcher for his career within and outside academia
8. Prof. Andrei Holman Romanian

University A.I. Cuza of Iasi

(Romania)

1- Intervention during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"

2- Bio-Ethic and Social Representations: psychosocial determinants of organ donation intentions and their relevance for public campaigns

9. Dr. Sylvain Lassarre French

IFSTTAR

(France)

The mutual benefits of the secondment in an interdisciplinary research organisation from the perspective of the supervisors and of a young researcher for his career within and outside academia
10. Prof. Bruno Mazzara Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

Intervention during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"
11. Prof. Mariangeles Molpeceres Spanish

Universitat de Valencia

(Spain)

1- Intervention during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"

2- Social Representations and Communicative Practices between elder and young people: results based on the project HEAR ME in five EU countries

12.     

Prof. Nicolas Moreau French

University of Ottawa

(Canada)

Sociological Thoughts on Social Representation and Social Norms

13.     

Dr. Christopher Namurach British

Contatto Lavoro srl

(Italy)

Development of branding strategies through the web 2.0 with a specific focus on social representations of organisational brands and their perception by fan or followers

14.     

Prof. Lilian Negura Moldavian

University of Ottawa

(Canada)

1- Intervention during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"

2- Anchoring the research practice on the social representations into bilingual Canadian contexts

15. 

Prof. Susana Seidmann Argentinian

Universidad de Belgrano

(Argentina)

1- Intervention during the Special Session "Remembering Serge Moscovici"

2- Anchoring the dissemination of the social representation theory in Argentina

16.     

Dr. Siyu Sun Chinese

Tianjin University of Technology and Education

(China)

Contributing to the dissemination of the Social Representation theory in China from an Alumnus' career perspective: from the European/International Joint PhD in Social Representations and Communication to the insertion into the Chinese academic system

 

 

DISCUSSANTS IN THE SEVERAL SESSIONS

 

Name and Surname

Nationality

Home Institution

17.      Prof. Elena Bocci Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

18.      Prof. Paola Passafaro Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

19.      Prof. Mauro Sarrica Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

20.      Prof. Giovanna Leone Italian

Sapienza University of Rome

(Italy)

 

 

PARTNERS ATTENDING ONLY THE MID-TERM REVIEW

 

Name and Surname

Nationality

Home Institution

21.     

Dr. Sonia Adelé French

IFSTTAR

(France)

22.     

Dr. Alberto Carrera Spanish

Universidad del Pais Vasco

(Spain)

23.     

Prof. Alain Clémence Swiss

University of Lausanne

(Switzerland)

24.

Dr. Dagmar Habova Czech

University of Masaryk

(Czech Republic)

25.     

Prof. Fabio Lorenzi-Cioldi Swiss

University of Geneva

(Switzerland)

26.

Dr. Gabriele Lizzani Italian

Contatto Lavoro srl

(Italy)

27.     

Dr. Esther Schmidt Austrian

University of Vienna

(Austria)