Career focused programme

SciComm Professionals

Representatives of research centers, science museums, media and companies meet SCICOMM students  to present their activities. Students can get familiar with the recruitment process, labour market demands, and work or internship opportunities.
Students will also have the opportunity to discuss about skills, competencies that are required for a successful integration in the field of science and innovation communication.

Guests

2019-2020

Coming soon

We are updating the list of SciComm professional
The final list will be published soon.

Coming soon

We are updating the list of SciComm professional
The final list will be published soon.

Coming Soon

We are updating the list of SciComm professional
The final list will be published soon.

Guests

2018-2019

Gabriele Beccaria

Journalist and science popularizer. Gabriele Beccaria is a scientific journalist and editor of Tuttoscienze, the weekly science and innovation supplement  of  the newspaper«La Stampa».

 

Marco Castellazzi

Marco Castellazzi is a marine biologist. He started working on TV in 1994 as a consultant. He collaborated in the production of various TV documentaries such as La compagnia dell’Arca (Canale 5), Animals and Animals (Rai 3), Condominio Terra (Rai 3), Alle falde del Kilimanjaro (Rai 3) and he is the author of the TV documentaries Geo & geo and Cose dell’altra Geo. Since e 2011 he is also the conductor of  Geoscienza.

Claudio Giunta

Claudio is the author of several monographs and articles in newspapers and magazines.  Essayist, philologist and historian of Italian literature and medieval poetry, he also has publications on contemporary culture.  In 2015 he published his first crime novel. 
He is full professor at the University of trento and Rector’s delegate for press and communication.

Michele Lanzinger Ph.D.

Michele is the director of MUSE Science Museum in Trento.
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Lorenzo Pinna

Science journalist he collaborates in the production of the TV documentaries Quark and Superquark.
He is the author of several science and tech communication books

Antonio Pratesi, MD

Physician and nutritionist, health communicator and columnist at Il Fatto Alimentare
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Elisabetta Tola Ph.D.

Elisabetta is a journalist and science communicator. She is the co-founder of the science communication agency Formicablu, founder of datajournalism.it (a web lab for data-driven stories and tutorials). and radio presenter of the daily science programme Radio3Scienza on RAI Radio 3 and of the weekly tech&digital innovation programme Pensatech at Radio Città del Capo, Elisabetta is also a freelance contributor for Wired Italy, RaiExpo, L’Espresso and other science&tech media and for the Italian publisher Zanichelli. Elisabetta is also the author of Seedversity.org – a crossmedial project on agrobiodiversity supported by the Innovation and Development Reporting grant – and she is part of the investigative team behind the project Hearing Voices, funded in 2015 by the JournalismFund.
Since October 2015 she has worked with the Google News Lab as Media Training Specialist for Italy.

Brian Trench

Science communication researcher and trainer, and a former university lecturer and journalist. Author of many papers and book chapters on various aspects of science communication; co-ordinator and participant in international research projects; presenter of talks and workshop in over 20 countries. Co-editor of Routledge Handbook of Public Communication of Science and Technology (2008, 2014), of The Public Communication of Science (4-volume anthology in series, Critical Concepts in Sociology, 2016), and of Little Country, Big Talk – science communication in Ireland (2017). Member of the PCST Scientific Committee for 14 years and president of the network since 2014.

Rosa Vicari

Rosa Vicari

Assessing the communication impact of Paris resilience strategy

Andrea Brunello

Andrea Brunello

Science and theatre

Tommaso Rosi

Tommaso Rosi

Visualization in science computing