It’s the Journey that Matters | Video and Pics from the 2nd Edition of the Executive Masters in Management of Research Infrastructures

It’s the Journey that Matters | Video and Pics from the 2nd Edition of the Executive Masters in Management of Research Infrastructures

The second edition of EMMRI, the Executive Masters in Management of Research Infrastructures, is officially started with the first face-to-face module. The module started on Tuesday, November 13th, with a warm welcome by the Chancellor of the University of Milano-Bicocca,

Visiting professor – Mats Hansson

Mats Hansson is Professor of Biomedical Ethics and the director of the Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics at Uppsala University, Sweden. He has conducted extensive research in biomedical ethics as principal investigator in several multi-disciplinary research projects dealing with

Visiting Professor – Marco Rossi

Marco Rossi is a Partner of Studio Profis (Independent Italian firm specialized in Tax, Advisory and Audit) and he is an audit senior manager of Deloitte. After his degree in economics at Università Cattolica of Piacenza, he joined Deloitte (already

Visiting professor – Jennifer Edmond

Jennifer Edmond is Director of Strategic Projects, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Trinity College Dublin. Although trained as a conventional scholar of German Literature, Jennifer Edmond has been gradually shifting her research focus to the area of Digital

Visiting professor – Matteo Ogliari

Matteo Ogliari is Partner of Deloitte Italy. He joined at Deloitte in 2005, where he developed his career. Matteo has significant experience in providing accounting services for listed and unlisted companies. He gained a deep expertise in Energy & Resources

Visiting Professor – Laurent Romary

Laurent is director of DARIAH since February 2011. He got his PhD in computational linguistics in 1989 and his Habilitation thesis in 1999. For several years, he has lead the Langue et Dialogue research team (http://www.loria.fr/equipes/led/) at Loria laboratory and

Visiting Professor – Licìnio Lima

Licínio C. Lima was born 1957 in Porto, Portugal. He holds a PhD in Educational Administration and since 1998 he is Full Professor of Sociology of Education and Educational Administration at the Department of Social Sciences of Education, Institute of

Visiting Professor – Luca Brusati

Luca Brusati is associate professor of management at Udine University, where he taught “Management of EU institutions” and “Economics and management of international projects”, and senior instructor with the Public Management and Policy Department of Bocconi University School of Management,

Visiting Professor – Markus Pasterk

Markus Pasterk, born in Klagenfurt, Austria, studied Molecular Biology at the University of Vienna where he received a M.Sc. degree in 1994. Early in his career he decided to change from research to research management. In 2001, Markus Pasterk was