CREEP WINS THE “BEST WORKSHOP PRESENTATION” AWARD
THE EIT DIGITAL AND FBK/TS4.0 EUROPEAN PROJECT WINS THE “BEST WORKSHOP PRESENTATION” AWARD AT THE MEETING OF THE ITALIAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
The prize for the best presentation was presented to the project on the prevention of the effects of cyberbullying, coordinated by FBK
Project manager Serena Bressan of Fondazione Bruno Kessler and Gabriele Baratto, researcher of the eCrime group – School of Law of the University of Trento, are back from the chief town of Calabria where the 32nd meeting of the Italian Society of Criminology, on the topic of “violent relations“, took place at the “Magna Graecia” University of Catanzaro. They brought home, to Trento, a wonderful “souvenir” of their participation: the first prize – among the 60 that took part in the workshops – won for the “Best workshop presentation” on the CREEP (Cyberbullying Effects Prevention) scientific project.
The talks by Trentino researchers at the meeting were two: the first on how to prevent the possible negative effects of cyberbullying thanks to new technologies; the second, the one that won the award, illustrated the results of a study aimed at creating a platform to fight cyberbullying (“Violent relationships between young people on the Internet: learning about cyber-bullies and cyber-victims thanks to qualitative-quantitative research” – authors: Andrea Di Nicola, Gabriele Baratto, Enrico Maria Piras, Serena Bressan, Filippo Oncini).Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest