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Monday 20 October 2014
INTERNATIONAL PH.D. IN MANAGEMENT
CURRICULUM IN: INNOVATION, SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTHCARE
CURRICULUM IN: CHANGE AND COMPLEXITY MANAGEMENT (in collaboration with GSSI)
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Students who have been selected will start their PhD activities on OCTOBER 2, 2014, at 9.00 am at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Piazza Martiri della Libertà 33. The deadline to the 2015 call will be around June 5.



The International Ph.D. in Management is divided into two different curriculum. PhD students from both of them will follow the same lectures in Pisa for the first year. Students within the curriculum in "Change and Complexity Management" will follow second year courses in L'Aquila.

The curriculum in Innovation, Sustainability and Healthcare deals with the most important management topics which characterise current research activities. Particular emphasis is given to: 
(i) the management of innovation processes and the international competitiveness of firms, institutions, as well as local, regional and national systems;
(ii) the management of sustainability in public institutions, private companies and wide territory areas specifically focusing on environment policies, renewable energy sources development, and quality evaluation of food and tourism industry chain;
(iii) the management of healthcare, meant as the development of models and tools for governance, in order to support the subjects involved in the healthcare system in the process of management and innovation of social welfare assistance and performance evaluation.
 
The curriculum in Change and Complexity Management focuses on two main topics: disaster management and smart communities. These topics are both characterized by a wide complexity because of the high number of actors involved and the relevant effects that a good or wrong management can produce on society. A specific attention to leadership methods will be given in the “disaster management” course, while lessons on “smart communities” will move into methods of networking, participation and cooperation.
 
New PhD students will start courses at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna on 30th September, 2014.




BROCHURE 2014

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Latest News


Call for paper - INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION: THEORY, EMPIRICS AND EXPERIMENTS - 3rd ed.
26-28 JUNE, 2014, Alberobello (Unesco heritage site, ITALY)
Deadline for submitting a paper is next February 28
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Cal for paper Workshop on “BUSINESS MODEL AND BUSINESS SUSTAINABILITY”

The event will take place in Enna (Sicily, Italy) at Kore University on:19th– 20th June 2014
[more information]


CORSO EIASM PER DOTTORANTI SU "INNOVATION MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS"

 Aperte le iscrizioni al Corso EIASM per dottorandi in “INNOVATION MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS” organizzato dal prof. Massimo G. Colombo e della dott.sa Cristina Rossi Lamastra del Politecnico di Milano.

Il corso si svolgerà a Bruxelles dal 12 al 16 Maggio. E’ possibile trovare ulteriori informazioni al seguente link: http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/eden_announcement.asp?event_id=1017



Call for paper del X Convegno SIM
X CONVEGNO SIM SMART LIFE: DALL’ INNOVAZIONE TECNOLOGICA AL MERCATO Milano, Università Bicocca giovedì 3 e venerdì 4 ottobre 2013 More information at: http://phdmanagement.sssup.it/conferences.php


Open Call for Interaction Design Summer School UrbanIxD (Split 2013)

A unique Summer School, organized by the UrbanIxD European project,  will take place in the beautiful and historic town of Split in Croatia from 23rd Aug - 1st Sept 2013, hosted by the Department of Visual Communications Design, Arts Academy, University of Split.
The School will explore our relationship with data in the Networked City of the near future. The approach will focus on human interactions and how these might change and develop and thereby impact on the development of cities. The output of the School will provide the opportunity to rethink what intelligent connected communities of the future might actually look like. There will be a lineup of inspirational speakers, and participants will work in groups lead by experienced atelier leaders. At the end of the week, the work created by the participants will be presented as an open exhibition. The School is particularly aimed at three main groups of participants: postgraduate or research students, junior researchers and academics, junior working practitioners in the domains of Design, Interaction Design, Architecture, Urban Design & Planning, New Media Art, Technology, Sociology, Anthropology and other related disciplines.
 
About UrbanIxD
UrbanIxD is a Coordination Action project, running from 2013-2014, for the European Commission under the Future and Emerging Technologies programme. This Coordination Action will define a coherent multidisciplinary research community working in the domain of technologically augmented, data-rich urban environments, with particular focus on the human activities, experiences and behaviours that occur within them (Interaction Design).
 
The reference people actively working in the UrbanIxD Coordination Action are:
Dr Michael Smyth, Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Dr Martin Brynskov, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Gianluca Zaffiro, Telecom Italia, Italy
Dr Ivica Mitrovic, University of Split, Croatia
 
 
Application deadline: 15 April, 2013
 
UrbanIxD project: http://urbanixd.eu



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