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Dr. Linda Manzone is a young researcher, PhD in Communication Sciences at the University of Rome La Sapienza, Department of Communication and Social Research, where deals with the public and institutional communication processes and the public policies' evaluation within the Union. She has carried out research activities, working with different central and local public administrations and italian consulting companies. From 2009 until 2014 she was employed as public communication consultant for the Public Administration Department, Ministry of Public Administration and Innovation. Currently holds a scholarship devoted to the analysis of costs and public investment in the aerospace sector provided by Formez PA.

 

Dr. Benedetta Ermini graduated in Geology at the University of Rome La Sapienza. From 2002 to 2004, she was responsible of the Secretariat of the Master in Satellites and Orbiting Platforms. From 2005 to 2014 she was in charge of the Secretariat of the Master Course in Space Transportation Systems (STS). Currently she works at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,  in the Didactic Services and in the Internalization Area. She is also engaged in supporting many of the Master' STS activities. 

 

Dr. Matteo Viola obtained a Master Degree in Political Science and International Relations at LUISS Guido Carli University. He has also achieved an Executive Master in Europroject Management, with the Business school "Master and Skills" (MandS) of the University of Rome La Sapienza. 
In 2017, he was employed as Junior Researcher and Consultant at "Studio Come". During last years, he worked in Kosovo with the Italian NGO "Reggio Terzo Mondo", working in the field of food security and rural development. He has also collaborated with several voluntary associations, such as PRIME Italia Onlus, working in favor of political refugees and asylum seekers in Italy. 
Currently he is collaborating with the Secretariat of the Master's Degree in "Space Transportation Systems: launchers and re-entry vehicles" (STS) at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (DIMA) of the Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering at the University of Rome La Sapienza, holding a scholarship on "Recognition and analysis of national and international high-level training programs in the aerospace field for communication activities of the Master Course in “Space Transportation System: launchers and re-entry vehicles (STS)”.

 
 
Dr. Francesca Marconi is a PhD in Social Research Methodology at the University of Rome La Sapienza, Department of Communication and Social Research (CoRis), where she deals with techniques for quality control of the data (especially with regard to training and monitoring of interviewers), problems of reliability of telephone surveys, lifestyles and discomfort among young people, social representations of institutions, evaluation. She has carried out research activities, participating in the realization of various researches within the university context. For several years she has also participated in the activities of the university chairs of Methodology of Social Research and Analysis of Public Opinion and Consumer Choices at the CoRiS Department.
Since 2017 she has been collaborating with the Secretariat of the Master's Degree in "Space Transportation Systems: launchers and re-entry vehicles" (STS) at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (DIMA) of the Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering at Sapienza University of Rome.
 
 
 

 

Dr. Maria Chiara Menichelli graduated in Corporate Communication, advertising and social marketing, at Sapienza University of Rome. She worked at the Press Office of the National for the protection and assistance of the Deaf Onlus and she has collaborated with two magazines: ECPAT (a non-profit organization that aims is to stop child prostitution, child pornography and the trafficking of children for sexual purposes) and Abitare a Roma (a newspaper on-line). She was speaker on the X edition of the National Conference on Science Communication that was held at SISSA of Trieste 24 November 2011. She collaborated with the chair of Italian Constitutional Law and institutions of U.E. and Regulation of media systems at the Department of Communication and Social Research, Sapienza University of Rome.

Currently holds a scholarship devoted to study of network access techniques for information systems on the Master Course in “Space Transportation Systems: launchers and re-entry vehicles” (STS) and supporting many of the Master' STS activities.