Her research interests include the role of leaders in electoral behaviour, political parties and institutions.
Susana Rogeiro Nina
Her research interests include political behaviour, media effects, public opinion and applications of experimental methods in political science.
His research interests lie in the fields of political parties, political sociology and psychology, and automated data collection approaches for the social sciences.
Tiago holds a PhD in political and social sciences from the European University Institute. In the past years, he has been involved in several projects analysing European elections, particularly the news media coverage and the political parties’ campaigns.
His main research interests are political communication, online campaigning and European integration.
Nelson is a PhD student in Comparative Politics at ICS-Ulisboa. He holds a Master in Economics and Public Policies from ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute, and completed his BA in Political Science at the Nova University, Lisbon. His research interests include European integration and politics, political parties and media effects.
His primary research is on comparative politics and international political economy. His work explores political polarisation in Europe in the aftermath of the global financial crisis and the effects of increased politicisation on social and economic policies.
Ian was Post-doctoral researcher for MAPLE between February and August 2017.
During his doctoral studies, he specialised in the comparative content analysis of party discourse, focusing in particular on how party/governments justify their policies to their voters.
Jan was MAPLE Post-doctoral research fellow between June 2017 and March 2018
She has worked in several European projects looking at the politicization of immigration in the European Union and the political participation of migrants in several European cities.
Her interests include Public Opinion in Europe, Migration and Survey Methodology.
He has a Master’s degree in International Studies and an experience in the management of EU projects, with a focus on science communication and RRI.
Rino was project manager for MAPLE between March and November 2017; he is currently Research and Development officer at ICS-ULisboa.