Dr. Pr. Nicolas TILLI
Since his law studies in Argentina (bachelor and 1st year masters degree) and France (2nd year of master's degree) and his career as a lawyer in Argentina, Professor Nicolas TILLI moved back to France to pursue a doctoral degree, focusing his thesis on communication sciences (CS) and law.
In France he was a contract faculty member with doctoral, master and licence teaching and research. In September 2013 he qualified for permanence/tenure at the Université Toulouse 1 Capitole (UT1C).
after five years of university studies in France (2015-2019) he obtained in July 2019 his diploma of clinicaL phycologist and psychotherapist.
In 2018 he created a radio broadcast in a psychiatric hospital in Toulouse which he has been conducting ever since.
It participates in many research projects, has won funding to carry out its projects and has created an international research consortium.
Professor TILLI wanted to take full advantage of his triple expertise (CS Psychologiy and law) by participating in conferences and publishing articles about media- issues, NICTs, uses and appropriations, among others, before focusing his expertise in the field of mental health.
Non-traditional Methodologies for Social Change and Health Prevention: Game-, Music- and Theatrical-Based Interventions.
Frontiers in Communication, section Health Communication
Réflexions autour d’une alternative radiophonique pour une clinique du lien social.
Mental Health on University Campuses (SMCU).
La Maison des Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société de Toulouse (USR 3414 CNRS)
Call: APPEX 2020
Appel à projets: Montage de Réseaux Scientifiques Européens ou Internationaux.
French National Research Agency (ANR)
La santé mentale sur les campus universitaires : le défi d'une université inclusive ?
Call: Horizon 2020
MY ACTUAL RESEARCH
ANNOUNCEMENT : the hashtag#SMCU2020 colloquium will finally be an online event !
Due to the world pandemic situation related to Covid-19, to the sanitary, administrative and academic contexts, the Organisation Committee of the hashtag#SMCU2020 colloquium (initially planned as a live event) has taken the unanimous decision to organise it instead as an online event.
The whole Organisation Committee team as well as the research consortium are all working actively to the setting up of this new version of the colloquium.
Registration will now be free of charge, but will remain mandatory for technical reasons. The Organisation Committee has thus wished to show its solidarity with people affected by the current crisis.
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