The Research Training Pathway (PFR)aims to enhance the training of students interested in in-depth activities in the field of research.
If you are a deserving and motivated student, the program is directed at you and provides progressive participation in research activity that allows you to develop the ability to conceive and carry out an independent project.
During the program you will learn:
- scientific rigor
- analytical ability
- critical ability and culture
so as to learn the correct approach to research problems and their solution.
Group work and, in parallel, leadership will be fostered, with the aim of communicating passion for research, enhancing personal skills, highlighting any critical issues and areas for improvement, and developing independent judgment and scientific creativity.
At the end of the training course you will receive the Diploma Supplement: a certification of the activity performed.
The available projects are listed in the annex of the call for projects, which is published in the fall of each year.
For A.Y. 2023/24, the proposed projects are as follows:
1) Project title: Epigraphic databases: the Latin inscription from photographic autopsy to digitization
Proposing teacher and tutor: Prof. Elena Cimarosti
2) Project title: Words in Progress (WiP): Supplementary Lexicon of Ancient Greek
Proposing teacher and tutor: Prof. Serena Perrone
3) Project title: Scheduling of aspectual periphrases in the earliest Greek prose (Herodotus)
Proposing teacher and tutor: Prof. Rosa Ronzitti
4) Project title: Dicendo discitur. Rhetoric and education, from antiquity to contemporary schooling
. Proposing teacher and tutor: Prof. Biagio Santorelli
More information in Annex 1 of the announcement.
Find projects, deadlines, application form in the call for applications, which is published in the fall of each year.
See the Regulations and the announcement in the Documents section.