Interdisciplinary courses - class schedules

You can enrol in a course by entering the Segreterie On-line and choosing “Elective courses”, only  during the registration periods specified for each course.
The registration will be closed on the achivement of the maximum number of partecipants specified in syllabus. 

No additional registration on the e-learning platform is required

Syllabus and teaching material will be available  by accessing the e-learning platform with university credentials: 
https://elearning.unimib.it/course/index.php?categoryid=8307&lang=en

LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION BASIK SKILLS

Writing of scientific papers
Scientific writing in human and social sciences
  • 16 hrs – 2 cfu 
  • ​teacher: Guido Veronese
  • target audience: Strongly recommended for students of human and social sciences (Psychology, Education, Anthropology, Asep). Some glimpse on bibliometric and not bibliometric approaches will also be provided. 
  • course dates: 

13/01/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm   U1-10
27/01/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm   U6-10
10/02/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm   U1-10
21/02/2022    9.30 am -1.30 pm

 

Communicating research in the era of social media
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Giuseppe Vizzari 
  • target audience: PhD students, best if in their first or second year.
  • course dates: January-March 2022​
  • course registration on “Segreterie online”: 
  • e-learning: https://elearning.unimib.it/course/view.php?id=40543
Knowledge Sharing: Comunicating Research as a Citizenship Project
  • 12 hrs – 1.5 cfu 
  • ​teacher: Stefano Moriggi
  • target audience: PhD students from all the courses offered in Bicocca 
  • course dates: 

04/02/2022
11/02/2022
18/02/2022

 

BASIC TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Productivity tools for (young) researchers
  • 12 hrs - 1,5 cfu
  • teacher: Andrea Mangiatordi, Roberto Richero, PMP & SAFe Agilist
  • target audience: PhD students from any Department and branch of the School
  • course dates:

24/11/21   9.30 am – 12.30 pm   RIELAb U16 – 4th floor 
01/12/21   9.30 am – 12.30 pm   RIELAb U16 – 4th floor
15/12/21   9.30 am – 12.30 pm   RIELAb U16 – 4th floor
22/12/21   9.30 am – 12.30 pm   RIELAb U16 – 4th floor

Literature review: how to make a good bibliography - ed.1
  • 16 hrs – 2 cfu
  • teacher: Michele Balzarini, Stefania Fraschetta – Biblioteca di Ateneo
  • target audience: 3rd and 2nd year Doctoral students. 
  • course dates: 

Kick-off meeting: 16th November 2021 - 10.30 am – 12.30 pm ​LAB907 (U9a) 
Online lessons: the 8 weeks following the kick-off meeting 
(during the Christmas holidays there are no group or face-to- face activities)
Wrap up meeting: 10th January 2022

Literature review: how to make a good bibliography - ed.2
  • 16 hrs – 2 cfu
  • teacher: Michele Balzarini, Stefania Fraschetta – Biblioteca di Ateneo
  • target audience: 1st (and 2nd year) Doctoral students. 
  • course dates: 

Kick-off meeting: 28th February  2022  
Online lessons: the 8 weeks following the kick-off meeting 
Final meeting: 20th April 2022   

Introduction to statistics with R (part I): data description and basic inference
  • 16 hrs - 2 cfu
  • teacher: Davide Bernasconi
  • course dates: 

12/01/2022    9.00 am – 1.00 pm LAB 4A1
14/01/2022    9.00 am – 1.00 pm LAB 4A1
17/01/2022    1.00 pm – 5.00 pm LAB 719
19/01/2022    9.00 am – 1.00 pm LAB 4A1

Introduction to statistics with R (part II): linear and logistic regression models
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Davide Bernasconi
  • course dates:

01/02/22   
03/02/22   

 

SOFT AND TRANSFERABLE COMPETENCES WITHIN AND BEYOND ACADEMIA

Team building in multidisciplinary and international environment
Design thinking and innovation planning
Giovani & Impresa
  • 12 hrs - 1.5 cfu
  • teacher: Fondazione Sodalitas
  • target audience: PhD students from all the courses offered in Bicocca.
  • course dates: April-May 2022
  • course registration on “Segreterie online”: 

Il corso è tenuto in italiano. 

A future outside of Academia? The curious case of transferable competences
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • ​teacher: Andrea Galimberti, Eva Ratti
  • target audience: suggested year of attendance: second and third years
  • course dates:

17/02/2022   09.30 am – 1.30 pm
24/02/2022   09.30 am – 1.30 pm

 

RESEARCH MANAGEMENT, KNOWLEDGE OF RESEARCH SYSTEM AND FUNDING SYSTEM

Open access - an introduction
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Francesca Verga, Stefania Fraschetta (Biblioteca di Ateneo)
  • target Audience: Doctoral students at the end of their programme. 
    Participants must have already chosen their research subject or research question for their doctoral thesis with their tutor. 
  • course dates: 

From March 7 until April 1, 2022.
Kick-off meeting on March 7.
Online lessons: the 4 weeks following the kick-off meeting. 
Wrap up meeting at the end of March/early April.

International or foreign strategies, patent rights, employees and researchers’ intellectual property rights
Introduction to grant writing
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Gianfranco Pacchioni, Chiara Casella, Mizar Luca Federici, Balthasar Kenda, Fiorenza De Micheli
  • target audience: Ph.D students (preferably 3rd year, not binding)
  • course dates: May 2022
  • course registration on “Segreterie online”: 
  • e-learning: https://elearning.unimib.it/course/view.php?id=40536 
Surfing the academic job market: how to publish in high impact international journals
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Marco Brambilla
  • Target audience: no restrictions
  • course dates:

19/01/2022      2.00 pm – 6.00 pm U6-11
20/01/2022      2.00 pm – 6.00 pm U6-20

Scientific ethics of research with living beings
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Sara Casati, Guido Cavaletti, Luca Crippa
  • target audience: PhD students with an interest in research ethics, with a specific focus both on animal studies and studies involving human beings or using data/samples of human origin
  • course dates: May 2022
Responsible Research and Innovation – RRI in practice
  • 12 hrs – 1,5 CFU
  • Teacher: Sara Casati, Vicenzo Bagnardi, Sonia Stefanizzi, Domingo Scisci, ESFRI Research Infrastructures UNIMIB representatives (TBD), Emma Lazzeri - GARR
  • target audience: All PhD students, RRI should be embedded in daily research practice
  • course dates: Spring 2022
  • course registration on “Segreterie online”:​ https://elearning.unimib.it/course/view.php?id=40575

 

INTERDISCIPLINARY PATHS

Reading the world through gendered lens: a methodological reflection
  • 18 hrs - 2 cfu
  • teacher: Interuniversity Gender Studies Centre ‘Gender Cultures’
  • course dates

14/01/2022    2.30 am -   5.30 pm     U1-10
21/01/2022    9.30 am - 12.30 pm     U1-9
28/01/2022  10.00 am -   1.00 pm     U1-9
02/02/2022    2.30 pm -   4.30 pm     U1-10
11/02/2022    9.30 am - 12.30 pm     U1-9
23/02/2022    9.30 am - 12.30 pm
02/03/2022    2.00 pm -   4.00 pm

Freedom of research and public use of reason: developing critical thinking through four philosophical approaches
  • 12 hrs - 1.5 cfu
  • teacher: M.Vergani, G.Bertolotti, D.Contadini, E.Datteri, P.Monti 
  • target audience: PhD students from all the courses offered in Bicocca.
  • course dates:

16/02/2022   3.00 pm – 5.00 pm
10/03/2022   3.00 pm – 5.00 pm
14/04/2022   3.00 pm – 5.00 pm
20/05/2022   3.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Scientific method: the fundamental concepts
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Edoardo Datteri, Raffaella Campaner, Elisabetta Lalumera, Federico Laudisa 
  • target audience: PhD students from all the courses offered in Bicocca.
  • course dates:

06/05/2022  3 pm -  5 pm
13/05/2022  3 pm -  5 pm
20/05/2022  9 am - 11am  
27/05/2022  3 pm -  5 pm

 

GREEN COMPETENCIES

Introduction to sustainability
  • 16 hrs - 2 cfu
  • teacher: Emilio Padoa-Schioppa, Matteo Colleoni, Patrizia Steca, Elisabetta Biffi
  • course dates:

30/11/2021     2.30 pm -   4.30 pm room U7-08 
02/12/2021     9.30 am - 11.30 am room U1-13
13/12/2021   10.30 am - 12.30 pm room U1-12
                        2.30 pm -   4.30 pm room U1-12
24/01/2022     2.00 pm -   4.00 pm  
25/01/2022     2.30 pm -   4.30 pm 
26/01/2022     9.30 am -  11.30 am 
27/01/2022     2.30 pm -   4.30 pm                                             

Basic of biobased processes and biorefineries
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Paola Branduardi
  • target audience: PhD students with not specific knowledge or skills in biotechnology principles, but that are interested in understanding how biobased processes can leverage the change of paradigm needed to match sustainability goals.
  • course dates 

11/01/22 - 9:30-11:30 Aula U6-27 
24/01/22 - 9:30-11:30 Aula U6-27 
1/02/22 - 14:30-16:30 Aula U1-06
15/02/22 – 9:30-11:30 Aula U6-27

Realising the Green Transition
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Heiko Lange, Elena Collina
  • target audience: PhD students of all disciplines directly or indirectly concerned with the necessary ecologic change of modern societies.
  • course dates:
  • course registration: 
  • e-learning: https://elearning.unimib.it/course/view.php?id=40527 
Cultural aspects of the climate crisis: meanings, denials and desires of environmental relatedness
  • 8 hrs - 1 cfu
  • teacher: Mauro Van Aken
  • target audience: Transversal to all schools of PhD
  • course dates: 

25/01/2022   9 am - 1 pm  U6-1d
02/02/2022   9 am - 1 pm  U6-1c

The Concept of Sustainability through the lens of Historical Sciences
  • 12 hrs - 1,5 cfu
  • teacher: Andrea Fildani – The Deep Time Institute
  • course dates:

21/02/22  2.30 pm –  5:30 pm
22/02/22  9:30 pm -12:30 pm
23/02/22  2:30 pm –  5:30 pm
24/02/22 2:30 pm –  5:30 pm

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