Conference SpeakersHumanities and Social Sciences Conference
Dr. Mgr. Ivana Kowaliková
Assistant professor Faculty of Social Studies, University of Ostrava
Presentation topic: “ICT technologies in social work practice, Telephone crisis intervention for older adults during covid-19″
Dr. Mgr. Ivana Kowaliková, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of social work at the Faculty of Social Studies, University of Ostrava. She teaches and publishes mainly in the field of social work with older people. She focuses the sources of social support for seniors in today’s society, the impact of digitization of social work and gerontechnology in the context of social work. She participates in the implementation of social innovations in practice and education of social work, for example by using ICT and selected SMART technologies in social work practice with vulnerable groups. She also focuses with qualitative strategies in social work research, specializes in the method Qualitative Content Analysis.
Prof. Dr. Ernani Machado Garrão Neto
Professor and Academic Researcher at The Military School of Rio de Janeiro (CMRJ)
Presentation topic: “The acquisition of a second language: too many issues involved”
Prof. Dr.Ernani Machado Garrão Neto is a professor and academic researcher at The Military School of Rio de Janeiro (CMRJ), He has supervised, from the last 20 years, students and their studies evolving both Portuguese and English languages, regarding their graduation aims during undergraduate time. He teaches High School Classes focused on Military careers (CaMil) and runs NELL project (Language Studies Project).
Individual researcher interested in second language acquisition issues, particularly applied to how adult speakers face different grammar structures and deal with it, during acquisition process, Professor Garrão Neto has lots of published articles and papers dealing with second language acquisition (SLA) issues.
Professor Garrão Neto holds a doctoral degree in Linguistics from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and a post-doctoral certificate from Universidade Nova de Lisboa (UNL), in Portugal.
Prof. Moshe Sharabi
Prof. Moshe Sharabi earned his Ph.D. at the University of Haifa; he is an associate professor and former head of the MA studies in Organizational Developing and Consulting at Yezreel Valley Academic College. His current research interests include human resource management, the meaning of work among genders and religions, and cross-sectional and cross-cultural comparative research on work values. He is the editor of the book: Generational Differences in Work Values and Ethics: An International Perspective and his studies have been published in varied international journals including International Labour Review, International Journal of Psychology, Cross-Cultural Management, Employee Relations and Sociological Perspectives.
Dr. Hila Cohen
Dr. Hila Cohen is a researcher, therapist, and lecturer at the Kaye Academic College of Education in Israel. She teaches courses in organizational, developmental, and social psychology, mindfulness, and leadership. She holds a PhD and postdoctoral fellowship from the Department of Business Administration at Ben Gurion University of the Negev. Specializes in personality and individual differences, psychological aspects of the world of work, and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Judith Salfati
Dr. Judith Salfati is a lecturer at the Open University and the Academic College of Education. Her areas of specialization are: teacher training and adapted teaching. She guides students in writing seminar papers and theses and deals with the professional development of teachers. Her research areas focus on teacher training
Prof. Awadh Kishor Pandey
Prof. Awadh Kishor Pandey is a polyglot and Linguist. He has completed two UGC Minor Research Projects in the field of American Literature and Bhojpuri Diaspora. He is the author of two books and many articles in books and journals. He has participated in several National and International conference. His area of interest is Linguistics, American Literature, Post-colonial literature.
Prof. Dr. Eray Acar
Prof. Dr. Eray Acar completed his pre-university education in Antalya. Having completed the Department of Public Administration at Dokuz Eylül University in 2000, ACAR also completed his doctorate at the same university. Eray ACAR, who has been an academician since 2000, still works as an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Kütahya Dumlupınar University.
Assoc.Prof.Dr.Muhittin Tolga Özsağlam
Assoc.Prof.Dr.Muhittin Tolga Özsağlam got PhD degree at the department of Political Science and International Relations, Marmara University-İstanbul in 2006. His academic researches on Russia and Caucasus and also he is doing various studies on Mediterranean and Cyprus issues recently. Özsağlam continues his academic studies at the department of International Relations, European University of Lefke in North Cyprus.
Dr. Mujtaba Haris
Dr. Mujtaba Haris is a researcher and journalist pursuing a Ph.D. at Toronto Metropolitan University. He has written extensively on human rights, humanitarian crises, and conflicts. His work has been published in reputable international media outlets.
His areas of interest include global media, journalism, privacy, and the Philosophy of technology.
Ms. Meriç Musaoğlu
Ms. Meriç Musaoğlu is a research assistant at Istanbul Medipol University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Design and Architecture. She received her master's degree from the International Interior Architecture Master's Program at Istanbul Technical University and Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart. She has participated in many national and international workshops as a participant and coordinator, and also has various design registrations. Her research interests focus on culture and space, environmental psychology, atmosphere design, and design education.
Ms. Feixiang Liu
Ms. Feixiang Liu is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Humanities at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in Spain. Her research focuses on women's literature and comparative literature, in her doctoral thesis specifically exploring the comparison between early 20th-century Spanish and Chinese women's literature.
Mr. Generie M. Manuel
Mr. Generie M. Manuel is a full-time faculty member of De La Salle University in the Philippines. A Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduate, he has been awarded Most Outstanding School Paper Adviser (MOSPA) in the Philippines in 2014, that continues to inspire both writers and researchers in his country.
Ms. Jinhui Jiang
Ms Jiang is a master's student in the field of journalism and communication at Sichuan University, China, majoring in digital communication, creative design and cultural communication. She is interested in social culture, especially in subculture and the social phenomena of cross-cultural communication in the new media era.
Dr. Tarik Ziyad Gulcu
Dr. Tarik Ziyad Gulcu having received his PhD from the Department of English Language and Literature at Ankara University in 2017, Dr Tarik Ziyad Gulcu has publications in international journals and presentations in international conferences on contemporary British fiction, migration, globalisation, and multiculturalism. He is currently a full-time lecturer at Ankara University.
Dr. Mayowa Fawole
Dr. Mayowa Fawole is an educational consultant and teacher coach with expertise in inclusive education. She has a bachelor’s degree in Special Education, master's degree in Administration and Supervision, and doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership with Emphasis in Special Education. Dr. Fawole believes in educational equity for all.
Dr. Ernani Machado Garrão Neto
Dr. Ernani Machado Garrão Neto, Linguist Researcher at Colégio Militar do Rio de Janeiro, has a Doctor Degree from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and Post-Doctor Scholarship granted by CAPES – at Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal), with a special interest in Acquisition of Portuguese as a Second Language.
Prof. Dr. Nisrine El Hannach
Prof. Dr. Nisrine El Hannach is a professor of English Linguistics at Nador Polydisciplinary Faculty- Mohammed 1st University of Oujda / Morocco. She is a Moroccan Researcher. She is also a Member of the Research Laboratory ``Culture and Identity Studies`` in Nador, Morocco. She is the author of “Theorizing Gender and Cultural Expectations”, “Post Covid Higher Education: ordeals and future perceptions” and `` Women’s Labor Migration’s return: The Ordeal of left-behind children” and a book in the Arabic language about gender in the educational system in Morocco, “Gender, Migration and Social Conditions Abroad”, “Return in the Moroccan Movies”.
Dr. Ivana Kowaliková
Dr. Ivana Kowaliková is a researcher and assistant professor in the field of social work at the Faculty of Social Studies at the University of Ostrava. She teaches and publishes mainly in the field of social work with older people, relationship between gerontechnology, social gerontology and social work.
Dr. Fareed Algheyath
Dr. Fareed Algheyath is a consultant with Doctorate in Governance, Knowledge and Change Management from University of Manchester. Pursuing a second doctorate in philosophy from University of Athens on the epistemic nature of thinking. Currently researching AI Ethics & Governance, Epistemology of Atheism & Free well, and AI’s legal applications.
Dr. Lenka Caletková
Dr. Lenka Caletková is a researcher in the field of social work at the Faculty of Social Studies at the University of Ostrava. In her research, she focuses on the strategies of individual approach to long-term unemployed clients used by labor office staff.
Ms. Malikeh Rasti
Ms. Malikeh Rasti is a Ph.D. student at Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. Her research focuses on Folk Literature and Comparative Literature; besides them, she is interested in Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, Psychoanalytic Studies, Ethnomusicology, Anthropology, and Children's Literature.
Ms. Betül Aydın
Ms. Betül Aydın is a Phd Candidate at Dept. of Computer Education and Instructional Technology at Hacettepe University.
She is studying as a research assistant on User and Learner Experience Design and TechWoman Studies.
She is interested in instructional design, mobile learning, cybersecurity, digital addiction.
Ms. Ana Brígida Paiva
Ms. Ana Brígida Paiva is a Ph.D. student at NOVA University of Lisbon, as well as a recipient of a CETAPS research grant funded by FCT. Her research focuses predominantly on the representations of Macau and Hong Kong in Portuguese and British children’s literature of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Mr. Ronald Williams
Mr. Ronald Williams is a Trinidadian who is History MPhil student at the University of the West Indies, St.
Augustine. He is an educator/teacher. His interests are reading, football, athletics and cultural activities. He attained a BA History with International Relations (1 st Class Honours), a government scholarship and other awards.
Ms. Fatemah Name Jafari
Ms. Fatemah Name Jafari is an M.A. student at Ferdowsi University, Mashhad. She got several certifications as the women right’s defender in Afghanistan and in academic years. She has worked with the government of Afghanistan as well as the international NGO in the field of women empowerment.
Ms. Wenwen Liu
Ms. Wenwen Liu is doing her PhD study at Teesside University. Her work involves data visualization, digital art, concept art and game design. Wenwen has recently released her artwork online and offline from London galleries to international exhibitions on visual culture.
Ms Ioanna Giannakoula
Ms Ioanna Giannakoula is a Ph.D. student at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She graduated from the School of Philology of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and holds a Master degree in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics (A.U.Th.). Her research interests focus on Psycholinguistics and Educational Linguistics.