Media Science and Technology

Mediterranean School for Advanced Studies

MSAS Media Science and Technology


Courses - 2006/2007

The two residential lecture periods include the participation of guest experts from the Universities of Pavia and Tunis, in addition to other leading European institutions including: the Italian Advanced Schools Network, leading enterprises, and naturally the School of Media Science and Technology of the IUSS. In addition, some leading international figures, interpreting the latest technological developments, will present keynotes speeches and lectures.

First part: basics

Each student has to attend 6 courses, common to all specializations (Multichannel Communication: Content Design, and Multichannel Communication: Management and Technology).

December 4th - December 30th, 2006

Digital Information Engineering
Paolo Decarlini, Eurix, Torino
Nadia Essoussi, Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis

Organization Management
Rupa Kodachwad, PricewaterhouseCoopers S.p.A., Milano
Jouhaina Gherib, Institut Supérieur de Comptabilité et
    d'Administration des Entreprises

Multimedia Communication Law
Imed Frikha, Faculté des Sciences Juridiques,
      Politiques et Sociales de Tunis

January 8th - February 3rd, 2007

Digital Media and Communcation
Massimo Cellario, University of Pavia
Nader Yamoun, Web Design, Tunis

Strategic and Operational Marketing
M. Alessandro Goldaniga, GEA Milano
Hafedh Chaabane, Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis

Communication Sociology
Milena Gammaitoni, University of RomaTre
Riadh Ferjani, Institut de Presse et Sciences
    de l'Information de Tunis

Second part: specialization

Each student has to choose 8 courses, 4 of which must be specific to the chosen specialization. In each term, the first courses are specific to Multichannel Communication: Content Design and the second ones are specific to Multichannel Communication: Management and Technology.

February 12th - March 10th, 2007

Media Theory and Techniques
Franco Visintin, SMPTE, Milano
Roberto Checchi, RAI, Milano
Hassen Zairi, Institut de Presse et Sciences
   de l'Information de Tunis

Communication Management and e-commerce
Massimo Leoni, IBM, Milano
Mohamed El Ouadi, Institut Superieur de Gestion de Tunis

Social Research and Media
Mauro Beretta, KPMG Business Advisory Services, Roma
Riadh Ferjani, Institut Superieur de Presse et de Sciences
   de l'Information de Tunis

March 19th - April 14th, 2007

World Wide Web: Design and Technology
Massimo Cellario, University of Pavia
Latifa Rabii, Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis

Internet/Intranet Technologies
Paolo Decarlini, Eurix, Torino
Mme Lamia El Abid, Maitre-assistant à l'ISG

Governance of E-conomy
Giancarlo Albini, Caridata, Milano
Giuseppe Meregaglia, C.I.N.I., Roma
Maher Kallel, Groupe Poulina

April 23rd - May 19th, 2007

Multi-channel Programs Development
Roberto Checchi, RAI, Milano
Franco Visintin, SMPTE, Milano
Hassen Zairi, Institut de Presse et Sciences
   de l'Information de Tunis

Hybrid Internetworking Architectures
Piero Castoldi, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa
Ahlem Bouziri, Institut du Multimédia de Tunis

Human-Computer Interaction
Marco Porta, University of Pavia
Karim El Euch, Waycon

May 28th - June 23rd, 2007

Digital Publishing
Marco Ferretti, University of Pavia
M. Ahmed Ferchichi,
   Maitre-assistant à l'ISG

Wireless and m-business Strategy
Pietro Nicoletti, Studio Reti, Torino
M. Maher Kallel, Expert/Directeur Général de KM Management

New Economy: Media and Technology
Roberto Marmo, University of Pavia
M. Mohamed Louadi, Maitre de Conférences à l'ISG

[Internship selection process]

Third part: internships

The internship programs last for at least three months. Students will have the opportunity to work on a project they have been studying for during the first and second part of the specialization.
Each student will draw the results of the project she/he has been working on in the final dissertation.

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