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

So.Re.Com. Joint-IDP Mid-Term Review Meeting

European/International Joint PhD in Social Representations

& Communication Research Center and Multimedia LAB Cavalieri di Malta 2, Rome-Italy

Arrival Day - 15 July 2015


Welcome dinner

Day 1 - 16 July 2015

09:00-09:30 Welcome at the lab

So.Re.Com. Joint IDP Supervisory Board Coordinating Meeting

with the participation of the Project Leader and all the
Representatives from the EU and extra EU academic and non academic SoReCom Joint-IDP Partners

Prospective scenario for the sustainability of the
European/International Joint PhD on Social Representations and Communication

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Meeting with the 13 Early Stage Researchers and Feedbacks on the ESR’s career planfrom an academic and an entrepreneurial perspective

Joint session of ESRs’ with all academic and non academic partners

13:30-14:30 Lunch at the panoramic garden terrace

Executive Committee So.Re.Com. Joint IDP Coordinating Meeting

  • Annamaria Silvana de Rosa (Sapienza University, Rome, Italy)
  • Andrei Holman (University Al.I. Cuza, Iasi, Romania)
  • Dagmar Habova (University Masaryk, Brno, Czech Republic)
  • Lorena Gil de Montes (Universidad Pais Vasco, Spain)
  • Alberto Carrera (Universidad Pais Vasco, Spain)
  • Mariangeles Molpeceres (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)


Day 2 - 17 July 2015

09:00-09:30 Welcome coffee and lab visit

Introduction by:

  • REA Project Officer (REA, Brussels)
  • External Reviewer appointed by REA, Brussels
  • SoReCom Joint-IDP Project Leader

    Annamaria Silvana de Rosa (Sapienza University, Rome, Italy)

Tour de table:

A) Members of the Sapienza University Supervisory Board

  • Elena Bocci
  • Laura Dryjanska
  • Giovanna Leone
  • Bruno Mazzara
  • Paola Passafaro
  • Mauro Sarrica

B) Associate Partners

Representatives from the EU academic Partners:

  • Alain Clémence (Université de Lausanne, Switzerland)
  • Andrei Holman (University Al.I. Cuza, Iasi, Romania)
  • Fabio Lorenzi-Cioldi (Université de Genève, Switzerland)
  • Dagmar Habova (University Masaryk, Brno, Czech Republic)
  • Alberto Carrera (Universidad Pais Vasco, Spain)
  • Mariangeles Molpeceres (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)
  • Lorena Gil de Montes (Universidad Pais Vasco, Spain)
  • Esther Schmidt (University of Vienna, Austria)

Representatives from the extra-EU academic Partners:

  • Brigido Vizeu Camargo (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
  • Martha De Alba (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico)
  • Jane Guan (Nankai University, China)
  • Lillian Negura (University of Ottawa, Canada)
  • Susana Seidmann (Universidad de Belgrano, Argentina)

Representatives from the non-academic Partners:

  • Sylvain Lassarre and Sonia Adelé (IFSTTAR, France)
  • Conny Ericsson (CONERI, Sweden)
  • Gabriele Lizzani (Contatto Lavoro, Italy)

Representatives from the

European/International Joint PhD in S.R. & C. Alumni

  • Grigore Havarneanu (International Union of Railways, Paris)
  • Siyu Sun (Tianjin University of Technology and Education, China)

Presentation of the Mid-Term Review Report by the Project leader

1-Scientific aspects

  • Project background
  • Research main objectives
  • Unified research framework
  • Early Stage Researcher’s Research Foci
  • Project Timeline and Achieved Results

2- Training activities

  • Didactic structure
  • Intensive Network-wide Training Events (Winter, Spring International Lab Meetings and International Summer School)
  • Complementary Seminars (Tuesday Lab Seminars: Food for mind and Transferable Skills)
  • Other Training opportunities (exchanges with visiting professors and post-docs at the lab, additional external seminars and conferences…)
  • Secondment plan
  • Daily training and monitoring tools: weekly individual and team work plan and progress and timeline prospect
  • Yearly report and evaluation tools
  • Achieved Results

3- Networking

  • Network partner’s roles and functions
  • Interaction with private sector
  • Dissemination and outreach activities: Achieved Results

4- Management (in co-operation with the project manager)

  • Recruitment report
  • Management and meetings
  • Financial aspects
  • Risk management and adopted solutions
11:10-11:20 Coffee Break

An integrated presentation of the

Marie Curie Fellows' individual reports

Introduced by

  • dr. Laura Dryjanska

Presented by the 13 Early Stage Researchers:

  • Carlos Miguel Aguilar Filiberto (Mexico)
  • Laura Arhiri (Romania)
  • Filomena Berardi (Italy)
  • Borja De Madeira Escudero (Spain)
  • Teresa Forte (Portugal)
  • Mihaela Alexandra Gherman (Romania)
  • Marija Adela Gjiorgjioska (Macedonia)
  • Ioana Guraliuc (Romania)
  • Maryia Kukharava (Belarus)
  • Gabriela Monica Panzaru (Romania)
  • Agnese Pastorino (Italy)
  • Aminat Ramazanova (Russia)
  • Ana Tomicic (Croatia)
13:40-14:30 Lunch at the panoramic garden terrace

Individual Meetings between the Marie Curie Fellows and the REA Project officer to discuss Administrative, Training and Scientific Program Management


Restricted session

Meeting between the project leader, the project manager and the REA Project Officer to discuss financial issues

16:15-16:45 Feedbacks and open discussion with all the participants

Cin-Cin and Farewell Party

The Mid-Term Review will be followed by 21st International Summer School on Social Representations and Communication (18-25 July 2015).

The sicentific event's programme is available at the following link