Contributor: Rosanna Fanni

Rosanna Fanni ESMH contributorRosanna Fanni is a digital science researcher. She currently pursues an Erasmus Mundus MA in Digital Communication Leadership in Brussels. Her main research interests are centered around the dissemination of information with a particular focus on political communication. Rosanna is German-Italian and holds a degree from FU Berlin and UCL London.

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The EU Digital COVID Certificate – towards a European Health Union?

The EU Digital COVID Certificate will facilitate safe free movement of citizens in the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic. It will become available in all EU Member States as of 1 July.

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A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Sara Wilford about the EU Digital COVID Certificate

Interview with Dr Sara Helen Wilford, Senior Lecturer/Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. Dr Wilford’s research interests include the theory and application of computer ethics, surveillance studies and responsible research and innovation, focusing on the impact of new technologies on individuals and society. This ...

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A scientist’s opinion: Interview with Prof. Henrique Martins about the EU Digital COVID Certificate

Interview with Henrique Martins, from ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon where he teaches management and digital health. He was the past president of SPMS, Portugal's Digital Health Agency, where he led eHealth efforts for about 7 years. How do you evaluate the EU Digital COVID Certificate and its overall infrastructure? The EU Digital COVID Certificate is a pan-European ...

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The potential of digital well-being in times of physical social distancing

Digital well-being tools hold the promise of empowering users to regain control of time spent online. How successful are these tools during the Covid-19 global pandemic?

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A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Prof Sarah Diefenbach about digital well-being

Interview with Sarah Diefenbach, Professor of Marketing and Consumer Psychology at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, German. What does your research investigate exactly? In general, my research is centred on digital products from a psychological perspective. On the one hand, this includes the application of psychological knowledge (“psychological needs frameworks”, for example) in product ...

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A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Matthew James Dennis about digital well-being

Interview with Matthew James Dennis, ethicist of emerging technologies at Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. What is the focus of your research? My main research question concerns how we can live well with technology, especially new and emerging online technologies. Basically, I’m interested in the extent to which technology ...

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The way of on-life: Introducing the Digital Humanities Series

Voluntarily or not, social distancing in 2020 means relying on digital communication more than ever before. Which challenges and choices arise from the all-digital living lab? A new dedicated ESMH Digital Humanities series explores the developing on-life in the EU.

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A scientist’s opinion : Interview with Prof Daniel Miller about the on-life

Interview with Daniel Miller, professor of anthropology at University College London. His earlier work was on material culture and consumption. Since 2000 he has been researching and developing programmes in Digital Anthropology. He is author/editor of 41 books. He previously directed the Why We Post project on the use and consequence of social media. Today ...