Adequate Information Management in Europe (AIM)
[URL: http://www.aim-project.net/index.php?id=4]

AIM Project Overview - A to Z: Participants

The AIM-project is conducted by a consortium of researchers from eleven European universities. The participating researchers represent different areas of research: journalism studies, communication sciences, political sciences, and social sciences. The project was coordinated by the Erich-Brost-Institute for journalism in Europe (EBI) at the University of Dortmund. The EBI was a private non-profit research facility at the initiation and starting phase of the project; it became part of the University of Dortmund at the beginning of 2005 through an act of private endowment for the benefit of the university.

From April 2004 to June 2005 the University of Warsaw participated in the AIM project. This institute resigned from continuous participation in the project, its part was taken by the University of Bucharest.



B Belgium: Vakgroep Communicatiewetenschappen, Universiteit Gent, Gent.
H: Els De Bens, Karin Raeymaeckers; S: Annelore Deprez, Steve Paulussen. 
D Germany: Erich-Brost-Institut für Journalismus in Europa GmbH, Dortmund.
H: Gerd G. Kopper
S: Indira Dupuis (May 2005 - December 2005)
Oliver Hahn (May 2004 - June 2007)
Julia Lönnendonker (April 2004 - June 2007)
Tanja Leppik (January 2006 - March 2007)
Pia Nitz (February 2006 - October 2006)
Katrin Pepping (July 2005 - June 2007)
Karen Rosenwerth (May 2004 - April 2005)
Deike Schmidt (July 2005 - December 2006)
Roland Schröder (May 2004 - June 2007)
Kathrin Welzel (May 2004 - June 2007) 
EST Estonia: Department of Journalism and Communication, University of Tartu, Tartu.
H: Marju Lauristin; S: Peeter Vihalemm, Piia Tammpuu, Evelin Pullerits, Indrek Treufeldt, Mart Raudsaar. 
F France: Institut d'Etudes Politiques, Université de Toulouse I, Toulouse.
H : Olivier Baisnée; S: Thomas Frinault, Bleuwenn Lechaux. 
FIN Finland: Department of Journalism and Mass Communication,
University of Tampere, Tampere.
H: Risto Kunelius; S: Heikki Heikkilä. 
GB Great Britain: Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University, Loughborough.
H: Peter Golding; S: Ben Oldfield, Sarah Barnard. 
I Italy: Dipartimento istituzioni e società, Università degli studi di Perugia, Perugia.
H: Paolo Mancini; S: Rolando Marini, Alessio Cornia, Marco Briziarelli. 
IRL Ireland: School of Communications,
Dublin City University, Dublin.
H: Farrel Corcoran; S: Declan Fahy.
(former members): Paul McNamara, Patrick Martin 
LT Lithuania: Department of Journalism, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas.
H: Aukse Balcytiene; S: (current member) Ausra Vinciuniene; (former members) Kristina Janusaite, Kristina Dvirnaite, Aiste Kimutyte, Renata Remeikaite, Jurga Jasineviciute, Laima Nevinskaite, Zaneta Simkunaite. 
N Norway: Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo, Oslo.
H: Sigurd Allern; S: Ulrikke Linge. 
RO
(June 2005 - June 2007) 
Romania: School of Journalism and Mass Communication Studies, University of Bucharest, Bucharest.
H: Mihai Coman; S: Mirela Lazar, Liana Ionescu, Mihaela Paun, Monica Andreescu. 
 Coordinating Institution:
Erich-Brost-Institut für Journalismus in Europa GmbH, Dortmund, Administrative and Financial Coordination: Gerd G. Kopper (May 2004 - Sept. 2006), Roland Schröder (Oktober 2006 - June 2007)
Scientific Coordination: Gerd G. Kopper (May 2004 - June 2007) 



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