Lecturers and Assistants
Dr. Erika Džajić Uršič
Contact hours: By agreement
E-mail: [email protected]
Research field: Working in the fields of Industrial Economy, Industrial Symbiosis and Industrial Symbiosis Network and social informatics; The work covers a variety of research methods, with particular importance on qualitative research, data analysis, mix methods and user experience and design (UXD).
Lecturer at subjects:
1st-cycle undergraduate study – Change management, Management changes
2nd-cycle master’s study – Methods of qualitative analysis, Qualitative research in the social sciences, Qualitative research in the social sciences, Qualitative methodology, Management of intercultural differences
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2018: Doctor of Sociology, School of Applied Social Studies in Nova Gorica;
2011: Master of Economic Engineering II. Bologna Degree, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia;
2009: Bachelor Economic Engineering I. Bologna Degree, University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.
In 2014 has begun to researching and studying the field of Industrial Economy, more precisely the phenomena of Industrial Symbiosis and Industrial Symbiosis Networks. The second main research field is the computational sociology of social networks. Since 2014, the exercises have been carried out at the faculties of FIS (Faculty of Information Studies), FAM (Faculty of Media), FUDŠ (Faculty of Applied Social Studies) in a variety of research methods, with a particular importance on qualitative research, data analysis and qualitative comparative analysis. In addition to other activities she act in: the development of a joint promotion program to increase the visibility of the Interreg project and services in the project area, organizing, coordinating, leading and conducting joint meetings of so-called focus groups with stakeholders, participation in the implementation of regional workshops, assistance with media presentations, media appearance and UXD design.
Interreg Danube Project – MELIA Observatory, High-performance Computing for Effective Innovation in the Danube Region – Interreg Danube Transnational Program (eg acronym: InnoHPC); Designstem: integrated design + STEM education – Erasmsus + Collaboration for Innovation and the Exchange of Good PracticesStrategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training; – Boosting Innovation and Curricula Development of IT Programs in Palestine, Capacity Building in the Higher Education Field(hereinafter: the BIT-PAL project), and Online support for the preparation of project proposals (hereinafter: the S4P project), where the fields of research include research in the field of program modeling and simulations and market research through co-use of qualitative methodology.