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Transversal activities shared by all Ph.D. courses

Under the national regulations concerning the PhD courses (Ministerial Decree 45/2013), the Scuola has provided ‒ according to its internal regulations ‒ the organization of disciplinary and interdisciplinary courses as well as of transversal activities, shared by all PhD courses: language and information technology lessons, knowledge of the European and international research systems, training in research management, in the enhancement of research results and protection of intellectual property.

Students attending the transversal activities will contribute towards the required education activities under the Ph.D. courses regulation of the SNS; in particular, according to the regulations of the Scuola, the above activities are included in the 150 hours of required attendance, up to a maximum of 20 hours, and must be added in the annual activities report.

2021 TRANSVERSAL ACTIVITIES

IProML: Introduction to Programming and Machine Learning in Python

Teachers: 

Module 1 – 16 hours (from June 18 to July 2)
Introduces students to the fundamental principles of structured programming with basic applications to data processing.

Module 2 – 14 hours (from July 5 to July 19)
Introduces the students to the components of typical data analysis processes and machine learning pipelines.

Detailed course programme and calendar

Registration  by June 11

ENGLISH FOR SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION

Teacher: Adrian Wallwork

Courses calendar:

Course 1 (20 hours)

Course 2 (20 hours)

Course 3 (20 hours)

Lecture 1: 11 January

Lecture 2: 25 January

Lecture 3: 1 February

Lecture 4: 8 February

Lecture 5: 12 February

Lecture 6: 19 February

Lecture 7: 26 February

Lecture 8: 2 March

Lecture 9: 5 March

Lecture 10: 8 March

Lecture 1: 1 April

Lecture 2: 7 April

Lecture 3: 8 April

Lecture 4: 14 April

Lecture 5: 15 April

Lecture 6: 21 April

Lecture 7: 22 April

Lecture 8: 29 April

Lecture 9: 5 May

Lecture 10: 6 May

Lecture 1: May 3

Lecture 2: May 4

Lecture 3: May 10

Lecture 4: May 11

Lecture 5: May 17

Lecture 6: May 18

Lecture 7: May 24

Lecture 8: May 25

Lecture 9: May 28

Lecture 10: May 31

Lectures’ hour: 2pm – 4pm

Lectures will be given online.

Detailed course programme

Registration for the third course by April 16

2020 TRANSVERSAL ACTIVITIES

OPEN SCIENCE AND OPEN INNOVATION WITHIN THE EUROPEAN RESEARCH AREA

Docenti: Roberto Cippitani (Università degli studi di Perugia), Valentina Colcelli (CNR, IFAC)

23 July, 10 am – 1 pm – Virtual classroom

Objective: providing an overview on open science as a cornerstone of the EU integration process in the fields of research and innovation, in particular with respect to the governance of data.

Detailed programme of the seminar

Registration by 21 July.

ENGLISH FOR SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION

Teacher: Adrian Wallwork

Course calendar:

Lectures will be given online.

Lecture 1a: 11 November 2pm-4pm
Lecture 1b: 12 November 2pm-4pm
Lecture 2: 18 November 2pm-4pm 
Lecture 3: 19 November 2pm-4pm
Lecture 4: 25 November 2pm-4pm  
Lecture 5: 26 November 2pm-4pm
Lecture 6: 02 December 2pm-4pm  
Lecture 7: 03 December 2pm-4pm  
Lecture 8: 09 December 2pm-4pm
Lecture 9: 10 December 2 pm-4m
Lecture 10: 16 December 2pm-4pm
Lecture 11: 17 December. 2pm-4pm

Detailed course programme

OPEN SCIENCE AND RESEARCH DATA MANAGEMENT

Lecturers: Francesca Di Donato (CNR, ILC), Emma Lazzeri (CNR, ISTI)

10, 14, 16, 18 December,  9:30am-12pm – Virtual classroom

10 December

  • Open Science: Why it is important for researchers
  • How to disentangle between obligations and opportunities

14 December

  • Research Data Management and Data Management Plans (STM/SSH – sessioni parallele)

16 December

  • FAIR principles and Open data (STM/SSH - sessioni parallele)

18 December

  • Towards the European Open Science Cloud and hands on session on open science tools

Registration by 3 December.