The Department’s Social Statistics and Data Analysis Laboratory (STADA Lab) is a fully equipped Lab that provides students with the technology resources necessary for preparing assignments, conducting research and other academic related issues. STADA Lab is used for carrying out:
- Undergraduate Courses and Seminars
- Postgraduate courses
- Presentations of Undergraduate and Postgraduate thesis.
STADA Lab is currently involved in the following research projects:
- ΗΟRΙΖΟΝ2020 – THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATIONS ON THE DIGITAL GENERATION – DIGIGEN (Coordinator Oslo Metropolitan University, Διάρκεια: 1/12/2019 – 30/11/2022);
- ΗΑΡΜΟΝΙΑ: SCHOOL-TO-WORK TRANSITION IN A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE (The project is funded by the National Research Center of Poland in order to create an international book on the transition of young people from education to the labour market. It involves scientists from different countries (Poland, Germany, Norway, Belgium, Czech Republic, Greece, Spain and Bulgaria) with the aim of producing a comparative study of the phenomenon (Coordinator: Poznan University of Economics, Διάρκεια: 1/4/2019 – 31/3/2021);
- ERASMUS+ EUROGRADUATE PILOT SURVEY (Coordinator Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA – Stichting Liber, Διάρκεια: 1/1/2018 – 29/2/2020);
- "Greece and Southern Europe: Investigating Political Trust in Institutions, Social Trust and Human Values, 2002-2017" (Supporting researchers with emphasis on young researchers - 2nd round). Academic Advisor: Ioanna Tsiganou, Research Director at the National Center for Social Research and Associate Academic Advisor, Professor A. Michalopoulou. Researchers: A. Charalambi (Postdoctoral Researcher in STADA Lab) and A. Yfanti (Doctor of STADA Lab, Duration 5/2/2020 - 4/12/2021);
- "Investigating the patterns of job insecurity and insecurity in Greece" (Supporting researchers with emphasis on young researchers - 2nd round). Academic Advisor: Prof. M. Symeonaki. Researcher: D. Parsanoglou (Researcher of the Gender Studies Laboratory) and PhD students G. Stamatopoulou (Duration 5/2/2020 - 4/12/2021).
Director: Associate Professor Maria Symeonaki
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