AiIG Early Career Scholars Lab 2024

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Second Edition

Pathways and Evaluation of Research Impact

Siena, 12th -13th September 2024

 

Where and When

Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione e Scienze Matematiche – Università di Siena

Edificio San Niccolò, via Roma 56, Siena.

From 12 to 13 September 2024

First activity starts on the 12 at 9:00am, registration from 8:30am. Last activity ends on the 13 at 14:00pm.

 

Aims of the Early Career Scholars Lab

  • The Early Career Scholars Lab stems from the recognition of the growing need for our researchers to continue their education on all relevant aspects of their academic career, as well as the importance of strengthening the sense of community and identity of AiIG researchers.
  • It aims at:
    • Providing an educational opportunity to support the career path of early career scholars
    • Nurturing a sense of membership to the AiIG Community in young researchers
    • Providing a dedicated opportunity to create a strong community among AiIG early career scholars
    • Encouraging collaboration between different Universities

 

Early Career Scholars Lab 2024 Pathways and Evaluation of Research Impact

  • Young scholars are facing today unprecedented challenges deriving from numerous yet often contradictory requests on their research outcome. There is an increasing pressure to produce research outcomes that have an academic relevance and impact on the business and the society. Research impact itself is a complex and often not clearly defined target that needs to be effectively communicate to a variety of stakeholders.
  • The main objective of the AiIG Early Career Scholars Lab is to explore the multifaceted nature of research impact and to identify potential pathways and evaluation metrics of the research impact, within and beyond academia.
  • The Lab creates an opportunity to learn from the experience of more senior researchers, members of the AiIG community and external speakers, and to discuss among peers the main challenges and possible solutions.
  • The Lab includes a keynote speech, panels, seminars and peer discussions (laboratories).

 

Key dates

May 2024: Registration opens
Opening of the Early Bid registration

June 2024: Early Bid registration
Closing of the Early Bid registration
Deadline 30 June 2024

July 2024: Late Registration
Closing of the registration
Deadline 31 July 2024

September 2024: Start
12-13 September 2024

 

Fees

Early bird – (before June 30th 2024)
Tuition for the program is € 250.00

Late registration – (after June 30th 2024)
Tuition for the program is € 280.00

Reserve your room soon, Strongly suggested.
Siena is a very popular destination, and September is high season for both business and tourism. Book your room soon!!

 

Preliminary Program

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Confirmed Speakers and Panelists

Mattia Cattaneo (Università di Bergamo)
Pamela Danese (Università di Padova)
Cinzia Daraio (Università di Roma “La Sapienza”)
Matteo Kalchschmidt (Università di Bergamo)
Raffaella Manzini (LIUC – Università Cattaneo)
Anne-Laure Mention (RMIT University, Australia)
Michele Meoli (Università di Bergamo)
Pierpaolo Pontrandolfo (Politecnico di Bari)
Paolo Roma (Università di Palermo)
Daniele Rotolo (Politecnico di Bari)

 

Organizing Committee

Politecnico di Bari:
• Nunzia Carbonara
• Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli
• Umberto Panniello
• Daniele Rotolo

Università di Siena:
• Simone Gitto
• Gianluca Murgia