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Mobility 2022/2023 Fall Semester/Full academic year
We kindly remind to all the students that are ending their mobility programme at UniTrento that if they are planning any change on their departure date, this must be communicated to the International Division Office at least two weeks before leaving.
We received nominations for 32 students within the ICM 2020 programme. The future mobility students will arrive in Trento for the spring semester from 8 countries and from 14 different partner universities. 15 of the students will attend master courses, 7 are PhD students and 10 are undergraduated students.
We informe partners univeristies that nominations are still possible with a three-months notice for PhDs and students coming to Trento for thesis research.
For the spring semester, 10 academic staff mobility have been nominated. They come from 4 partner universities: University of Sarajevo (Bosnia-Erzegovina), University of Pristina (Kosovo), North Caucasus Federal University (Russian Federation), Amrita University - Coimbatore (India).
Also 8 mobilities have already been done during the fall semester with professors coming from University of Carthage (Tunisia), University of Tunis El Manar (Tunisia), University of Hanoi (Vietnam), University of Pristina (Kosovo), Amrita University-Coimbatore (India).
Moreover 2 professors from UniTrento visited one the Nara Institute of Technology (Japan) and the other one the Polytechnic University of Tirana (Albania).
The mobility for staff is a great opportunity to further strengthen the cooperation with our partners!
The University of Trento is organizing the next edition of the International Staff Week, a unique opportunity to build a strong ICM network in the beautiful Trentino landscape!
The International Staff Week will be held in Trento from 8 to 12 of May 2023: keep checking this page to get more details and to stay updated.
ER+ICM grantees' social events
UniTrento ICM Network
The International Division Office organized a Farewell and Welcome online meeting that will take place on the 17th of January at 10.30. The event is for students who are ending their mobility period at UniTrento and for the ones that will arrive in Trento for the spring semester. Soon more information will be sent to you. Don’t miss it, it will be a great opportunity to meet ERASMUS+ ICM Network members!
Also on the 16th of March there will be an event with the aim of meeting all the spring semester mobility students and to help them to build up a strong ICM network! We will contact you with further information.
We kindly invite UniTrento ICM grantees and administrative and academic referent persons and staff to join our LinkedIn group UniTrento Er+ ICM Network to share opportunities and to stay up-to-date about current initiatives.
- Administrative meeting: on the 25th and 28th of November two important informative meetings took place. It’s been great to meet you all in person and thank you for your participation! Please remember to communicate to the International Office any change on the departure date.
- ERASMUS DAYS Back in October - Make your Mobility Green - Special welcome to International Students: the event took place on the 15th of October at the MUSE. The students have participated with enthusiasm and interest: they really seemed to have enjoyed the event! On this occasion UniTrento launched the new GREEN GUIDE, a booklet of tips useful to make the mobility experience greener. Visit the gallery to see some gorgeous pictures of the event.
About the project
The call has been published on the page. Check it out for all the information about the deadlines (the first is for the 14th of February) and other important details.
We are working on the future proposal with our partners.
We are implementing the programme after having received the first nominations. We are glad for having built a fruitful collaboration with our Partner Universities.
The ICM 2020 Programme is coming to his end. We can still accept nominations only for thesis research. The next semester is still open for staff mobility.
It is now time to share results, we encourage all partners to publish news, organise events, create posts on social media in order to give visibility to mobilities and results.
The project closed on July 31st. 2022 and UniTrento, with the cooperation of all partner universities, has now submitted the final report. The project's webpage will soon be updated with the description of the results achieved.
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... our staff
Who: Paolo Leoni, Technical Staff
Home University: Department of Psychology and Cognitive Science, University of Trento
Host University: Royal University of Phnom Penh - Cambogia
Mobility Period: July 2022
A new experimental psychology laboratory for the Royal University of Phnom Penh - Cambodia
I’m a technician of the experimental studies laboratories at the Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences of the University of Trento and I didn’t have many opportunities to travel for my job, so, when Prof. Remo Job proposed me to leave for the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) in Cambodia, I jumped at the opportunity.
The goal was to set up, starting from scratch, an experimental psychology laboratory at the Psychology Department of the RUPP and to make teachers, technicians and students learn about its functioning and development over time. With the financing of the non-profit Marica De Vincenzi Foundation, it was possible to purchase a high-performance computer thanks to which it was possible to carry out four cognitive psychology experiments: Stroop Effect, Lexical Decision, Simon's Spatial Compatibility Task and Gaze Cue.
Upon our arrival we were captured by a new and different environment: the lush and fascinating nature, the very beautiful buildings alternated with dilapidated buildings, the city vibrated with great excitement and activity full of motorbikes, cars and tuk-tuks, all immersed in a hot and humid climate, completely different from that of Trentino.
At the Psychology Department of the RUPP campus we were welcomed by the Director Mr. Phan ChanPeou and by the professors Dr. Kao Savandara and Dr. Sareth Khann. Prof. Savandara took charge of deepening the technical aspects and while I was setting up the istruments for the lab, prof. Job introduced the students to the exchange program between the two universities and also introduced theoretical and empirical studies relating to the experiments made available.
Their passion for study and science overcame the obstacles dictated by a very essential and poorly equipped environment; being able to verify in practice and "touch" what until then had only been studied in books proved to be the key to the enthusiastic participation in the proposed laboratory activities. In a workshop, Prof. Job explored the theoretical aspects of the tasks implemented and I presented the technical and programming aspects. The students then alternated in carrying out two of the four experiments available with the recording of response times and accuracy. Finally, the pupils were asked to develop a study hypothesis on the mental representation of quantities that could give rise to an experiment that could be implemented on the computer.
The participation and commitment shown during the teaching activities were of a great level and quality, with numerous interventions and questions. The work week was intense but very rewarding. The warmth and gratitude that teachers and students showed us at the end of the experience, also through two baskets of Cambodian fruit, were for me the tangible sign that the initiative was useful and appreciated.