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University of Malta

  • Davide Sardella
  • Arianne Muscat
  • Kenneth Mallia
  • Dr Vasilis Valdramidis (lecturer)

KU Leuven

  • Prof. Jan Van Impe (lecturer) 
  • Simen Akkermans (teaching assistant)
  • Philippe Nimmegeers
  • Ioannis Matsoukas

University College Dublin

  • Eithne O'Flaherty
  • Kevin Hunt
  • Yuanyuan Pu 
  • Dr Enda Cummins (lecturer)

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

  • Kyriakos Kaderidis 
  • Prof. Kostas Koutsoumanis (lecturer)
  • Myrsini Kakagianni 
  • Dr Maria Gougouli (lecturer)

Universidade de Santiago de Compostela

  • Sara Rodríguez
  • Elena Moretón 
  • Xela García
  • Laura Roibás 
  • Prof. Almudena Hospido (lecturer)

University of Birmingham

  • Siti Hajar Binti Ariffin
  • Tom Moxon
  • Putu Virgina Devanthi
  • Dr Estefania Lopez-Quiroga (lecturer) 

Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire, Agroalimentaire et de l'alimentation Nantes Atlantique

  • Dr Jeanne-Marie Membré (lecturer)
  • Géraldine Boué
  • Rémi Garip 

 Feiraco Sociedad Cooperative Galegae

  • Ismael Martínez Lede

Instructions for Participating Students 


Participating students have to prepare posters with the following dimensions:


 A2 - 594mm height x 420mm width . 


The posters should be printed in Profile layout(NOT landscape).

The poster presentation should ideally be eye-catching, detailing the research area and activity being performed by the student for their Masters or PhD research. If possible, the role of quantitative approaches have/can play in their research should also be presented. 

Here is a suggested structure:

- A short introduction of your Institute and the research group

- A section on what you are doing (with some preliminary results), but quite general

- A clearly add at the bottom of the poster the EU flag + “With the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, Project No: 2014-1-MT01-KA200-000327” (in blue text) on the left side of the EU flag.

CPD Study-Unit - MNH4001 Child and Adolescent Mental Health

During Semester 2 of Academic Year 2017/8, the Department of Mental Health shall be offering the study-unit MNH4001 Child and Adolescent Mental Health to registered professionals in possession of a first degree, currently working with children or adolescents.

Applications shall be received between the 27th November and the 1st December 2017.

Last Updated: 31 March 2015

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