Risk evaluations among managers and entrepreneurs
Proactive interventions at work
Lifelong learning: organizational training and vocational training
Employability and Career Decision Making
Aging and cognitive functions
Organizational policies: work-life integration and hybrid work
HR psychological management of innovation
Psychological assessment in human resources management
Organizational behavior and occupational rewards
Our Research group
Riccardo Sartori is assistant professor in work and organizational psychology at Verona University (Italy), Department of Human Sciences. His field of work is organisational innovation and the assessment processes linked to this topic, including psychological assessment and human resources management.
Andrea Ceschi is Assistant Professor in Work and Organisational Psychology at the Department of Human Sciences, Verona University, Italy. His field of work deals with organisational dynamics related to decision-making processes in the workplace.
Stefano Porru is Full Professor at the Dept. of Diagnostics and Public Health, Section of Occupational Health; Head, Post graduate School of Occupational Medicine, University of Verona. Clinical acitivities are performed at the University Hospital Policlinico Borgo Roma, Verona. His main research areas are: occupational cancer, gene-environment interaction, biohazrds, biomechanical overload, occupational injuries, etiological diagnosis of work-related diseases, migrant workers.
Graziano Pravadelli is Full Professor at Dept. of Computer science, Verona University. He deals with simulation and semi-formal verification of embedded systems, that is electronic devices for specific applications, whose design is characterized by stringent constraints in terms of size, computation, memory, consumption and cost. He is also interested in embedded systems applications to develop solutions for smart living and healthcare.
Laurà Calafà is Full Professor at Dept. of Law, Verona University. She deals EU law and antidiscrimination law, safety and security at work. In relation to labour law, her main focus is currently to explore the new forms of contract of employment and the national and supranational regulation of immigration and free movements of workers. In relation to EU law.
Giorgio Gosetti is Associate Professor at the Dept. of Human Sciences, University of Verona. He works in the field of Sociology of Economic and Labor Processes. He has coordinated and participated in research projects mainly in the thematic areas of quality of working life and work cultures in relation to changing organizational models; work and new economic forms; organization and organizational processes in social and health services.
Elena Trifiletti is Associate Professor in Social Psychology in the Dept. of Human Sciences of Verona University. Her research interests concern intergroup relations, prejudice and stereotypes. In a first line of research, she investigates the effects of intergroup contact, with particular reference to how and under what conditions contact reduces prejudice in different intergroup contexts. In a second line of research, it studies bicultural identity and the factors associated with it.
Beniamino Caputo is Adjunct Professor at the University of Verona. He carries out professional activities as an expert in training and labor policies and has developed high-profile skills in the field of public policy programming, including those based on EU programming. He works as an expert member of committees for the evaluation of projects co-financed with EU, national and regional resources and as Expert-Reviewer/ Rapporteur for European Union institutions.
Francesco Tommasi is Postdoctoral Researcher at Verona University, Department of Human Sciences, Italy. His area of interest and work is in work psychology, combining research and perspectives from a variety of fields, such as industrial/organizational psychology, and vocational and education training.
Marija Gostimir is a Practitioner in Work and Organizational Psychology. Her areas of expertise include topics related to human resources management and people’s well-being such as career development, vocational counselling, employability, work-life balance and leadership.
Andrea Buccoliero is Project Manager at GPI SPA’s R&D department. He deals with Tech Transfer and Business Development, with a specific focus on Disruptive Innovation Spill-overs.
Research Collaborator and Communication Assistant
Michele Monti has a master’s degree in Work and Organizational Psychology. He collaborates as a communication assistant with the Verona University Center of Research APRESO. His area of interest is in dissemination and digital communication on the topics of the Work and Organizational Psychology.
Research Collaborator and Third Mission Manager
Mattia Zene is a PhD student at Verona University, Department of Human Sciences, Italy. He collaborates as a scholarship researcher with the Department of Human Sciences, Verona University, Italy. His area of interest is in employability enhancement.
Scientific Digital Collaborator
Lorenzo Scipioni has a master’s degree in Work and Organizational Psychology. He collaborates as a research collaborator with the Department of Human Sciences, Verona University, Italy. His area of interest is in organizational innovation and wellbeing at work.
Fatima Abu Hamam Collavo
Research Collaborator and European Research Project Manager
Fatima Abu Hamam Collavo si a PhD student at Verona University, Department of Human Sciences, Italy. She collaborates as a research collaborator with the Department of Human Sciences, Verona University, Italy. Her area of interest is in NEET and diversity management.
Book Editor Manager
Sofia Morandini is a psychologist who got a master’s degree in Work and Organizational Psychology. She collaborates as a scholarship researcher with the Department of Human Sciences, Verona University, Italy. Her area of interest is the application of the constructs of clinical/dynamic psychology to organizational contexts.
Enrico Cenci is a practitioner in Work and organizational Psychology. He has a Bachelor’s degrees in Communication Science (publishing and journalism), in Labor Counseling and Business Services and in Social and Occupational Psychological Science. Furthermore, He achieved a master’s degree in Work and Organizational Psychology University achieved at the University of Verona.