Communication for Academic and Professional purposes (C-APP) University of Antwerp
The Leuven School for Mass Communication Research studies the use of mass media, social media and ICT, and how these media may harm or enhance an individual’s wellbeing. In our research, we describe the relationship between exposure to information and entertainment media and various components of individuals’ wellbeing, and develop theoretical insight into the underlying mechanisms of these media effects. Our work draws on, and strives to ...
Communication Sciences Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The department for Communication Sciences (SCOM) consists of three research units: - Centre for Media Sociology (CeMeSo) - Studies on Media Information and Telecommunication (SMIT) - Centre for Marketing Communication Research (MACO) Those research centres are covering five different, but interrelated research angles:
- Media sociology (CeMeSo);
- Persuasion and Communication (MACO);
- Media- and multimedia policy ...
Department of Communication and Marketing Ghent University
Department of Communication Sciences Ghent University
Center for Marketing - and Corporate Communication Research Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The ongoing research of MACO is concentrated in the fields of: 1. Advertising; 2. Political and electoral Marketing & Communication; 3. Corporate Communication and Organisational Communication; 4. Public Information Policy; 5. Marketing Communication; 6. Public Relations.
Department of Communication Studies - other University of Antwerp
The research interests of the Laboratory of Neuronal Communication are defined as:
Altered synaptic communication has been identified as one of the leading causes of various neurological and psychiatric disorders, yet the underlying molecular mechanisms remain unresolved. Hence, establishing an understanding of synaptic communication at the molecular level in relation to neurological disease, in particular Parkinson’s disease, would be ...
The LICT Center bundles the complementary expertise of (electronic) engineers, computer scientists, sociologists and law experts all active in the area of ICT, being it hardware, software, or related legal and social aspects.
The research activities of the center can be classified in 8 research lines.
- Analog, Mixed-Signal & RF building blocks
- Circuits & Systems for Sensing & Communications