Vision and Mission

THE VISION OF ISMed: "for a Mediterranean of peace and prosperity".

The ISMed is inspired by a vision of a Mediterranean of peace and prosperity, based on the values that unite the countries in the area.
It comes from the idea that the Mediterranean can be an opportunity for growth and development for both the richer countries of the northern and southern shores and from the awareness that scientific research is the tool to realize these opportunities.

THE MISSION OF ISMed

The mission of the Institute for Studies on the Mediterranean (ISMed) is to identify and analyze the dynamics of the processes of growth and socio-economic development of the countries of the Mediterranean area. Through a strongly interdisciplinary and long-term approach, ISMed's research focuses on specific themes such as the study of migration, energy and the environment, the nature of economic and social development processes, logistics and transport, urban development, the development of network infrastructures and the dissemination of technologies in socio-economic and cultural fields, artistic and cultural heritage.
The research activity has not only scientific and academic purposes but also informative and popular purposes.
The ultimate aim of ISMed is to provide interpretative theories of phenomena, projections on possible future scenarios and policy guidelines that can support targeted interventions to reduce imbalances and stimulate growth in the area.

ISSM

The book Benessere e salute delle città contemporanee is now available

edited by Francesco Domenico Moccia and Marichela Sepe

INU Edizioni

Maria Rosaria Carrozza nominated President of the CNR by the Minister for Universities and Research.

An expert in bioengineering and neurorobotics, professor of Industrial Biomechanics at the Scuola Superiore di Sant'Anna in Pisa and a former minister at the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, Maria Grazia Carrozza is the 23rd President of the National Research Council, the first woman to hold the prestigious position.

Affrontare i rischi dell’automazione nel mercato del lavoro:
sfide e percorsi per il futuro in Italia

Facing the risks of automation in the labour market:
Challenges and pathways for the future in Italy

Thursday 15 April 2021 5 p.m. - 7.30 p.m.

Registration on the NESTA website

A portal created by the CNR for the study of "linear B", the ancient writing system in use in Greece at the end of the Bronze Age (14th-13th centuries BC), is now available to the world. It is a writing system, like cuneiform and hieroglyphic, based on the use of logographic (words) and syllabic (sounds) signs. The texts are mainly of an economic nature and constitute one of the main sources for studying the so-called 'Mycenaean civilisation'.

The book:

Tourism Destination Management in a Post-Pandemic Context: Global Issues and Destination Management Solutions

Emerald Publishing

edited by Vanessa GB Gowreesunkar, Shem Wambugu Maingi, Hiran Roy, Roberto Micera

is now available

Mediterranean Economies 2020
edited by Salvatore Capasso and Giovanni Canitano

Mediterranean Economies 2020, published by il Mulino, is now available.

A short video presentation of CNR-ISMed is published on the Instagram channel comunicazionecnr for the #meetCnr project, which collects presentations by institute directors.

Watch the video on Instagram

The book

Visioni di gioco
Calcio e società da una prospettiva interdisciplinare

edited by Maurizio Lupo e Antonella Emina

is now available

 

Activities

The ISMed carries out, promotes and coordinates research activities with objectives of excellence at national and international level, aimed at expanding knowledge in the field of human sciences, identified in the framework of European cooperation and integration and collaboration with universities and other entities, both public and private. It carries out activities of communication and promotion of research, taking care of the dissemination of the related economic and social results within the country. It collaborates with the region and the local administrations, in order to promote, through joint research initiatives, the development of the specific productive realities of the territory.

Projects

Projects

This section highlights the scientific contribution of the various research groups of the Institute through the development of projects and sub-projects, carried out with internal funds or external funding.

Conferences

Conferences

In order to facilitate the exchange of information and the transfer of research results, the ISMed periodically organises conferences and study days. An archive with the main reports in slides or videos is available on the pages of the events.

Seminars

Seminars

The ISMed periodically organizes specialized seminars that, focusing on a single topic, promote the enhancement of the professionalism of participants with the transfer of scientific knowledge related to ongoing research.

Publications

Publications

The scientific production of the institute's staff is classified according to the types established in the CNR's People IT system.

Third mission

Third mission

The Institute plays an important role in many third mission activities, such as the dissemination of the results of scientific research to the general public, participation in committees and councils, training activities also in school-work alternation and support activities for companies.

Library

Library

The book collection of the Institute for studies on the Mediterranean is made of about twelve thousand books that make up a specialized collection of a socio-economic kind.

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