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Thesis Awards and Collaboration Scholarships – Disabilities Sector 

Awards for Theses on Disability 
Every year, the university provides awards for theses (including Masters theses and Doctoral theses) that address issues related to disability through experimental research on disability and/or solutions to improve the daily lives of the disabled. The award aims to promote academic research on the social and cultural integration of individuals with disabilities).
Announcement of competition for the assignment of n. 9 awards for degree thesis on the subject of disability discussed in the academic year 2019/2020
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Announcement of competition for the assignment of n. 2 prizes for PhD thesis or specialization thesis on the subject of disability discussed in the calendar year 2020
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Winners of the awards for degree thesis on the theme of disability - year 2019/2020

Fulvio Cordella - thesis entitled "Screening of Parkinsonian subjects based on the classification of the vocal signal"

Simone Dell'Ariccia - thesis entitled "The spatial perception of the blind - Project for a museum of contemporary art in Rome"

Alessio Di Renzo - thesis entitled "The lexicon of LIS: styles of use in the marked"

Francesca Romana Mattei - thesis entitled "An extended vocal text editor for visually impaired"

Elena Mongiardini - thesis entitled "Post-stroke motor rehabilitation supported by Brain-Computer Interfaces: low frequency oscillations as a marker and predictor of functional recovery"

Simona Petrella - thesis entitled "Cultural accessibility for the public with disabilities. Survey on the choices of museums and on the opinion of associations. Case studies from Rome and Turin"

Veronica Proietti - thesis entitled "Prière de toucher - The experience of art for the blind"

Winners of the awards for degree thesis on the subject of disability - year 2020

Salvatore Ciro Conte - thesis entitled "Application of a third generation cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy protocol in a process of acceptance of disability

Denise Corridore - thesis entitled "Oral health in pediatric patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder: evaluation of the effectiveness of a structured and individualized pedagogical approach in outpatient treatment"

Winners of the awards for degree thesis on the subject of disability - year 2018

Rachele Mascolo - thesis entitled "Different heroes: representations of disabled characters in three novels of Anglo-American literature"

Francesca Palermo - thesis entitled "Repeatability Analysis of hand movement recognition for control of robotic prosthesis based on sEMG data"

Claudia Pierangeli - thesis entitled "Signs in your pocket. Theoretical and practical aspects of linguistic interpretation between Italian and Italian Sign Language (LIS)"

Rosa Anna Rinaldi - thesis entitled "A model of museum accessible to deaf people"

Federica Romagnoli - thesis entitled "The wayfinding of Palazzo dei Diamanti: new functionality and expansion of the Modern and Contemporary Art Galleries of Ferrara"

Antonella Tatarelli - thesis entitled "Analysis of the effects of auditory stimuli on joint coordination in patients with Parkinson's disease"

Winners of the awards for degree thesis on the subject of disability - year 2018

Juri Trabotti - thesis entitled "Novel solutions for motion analysis performed with robotic devices and wearable sensors in rehabilitation robotics, clinics and sports"

Collaboration Scholarships
If you wish to collaborate with the Sector for Relations with Students with Physical and Learning Disorders to provide peer tutoring services, you can apply to one of our calls.
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