The global communication landscape is becoming unprecedentedly diverse and multidimensional thanks to the revolutionary development of intelligent technology. Cutting-edge technologies such as AI, blockchain, and 5G Internet are profoundly transforming the media ecosystem and redefining media circulation, which thereby forces media-information and media-society relations to undergo changes as well. Our society stands and thrives upon a solid foundation of smart media. This foundation is also expanding its domain of information with a comprehensive approach. Thus, it is imperative to observe and take into account the complex interactions among media and communications, society, culture, and political economy, while not forgetting the underlying organization and externality in order to have a better handling of the media in the future.
The conference aims to deepen explorations into recent issues from the perspectives of both the current reality and potential future realities in the smart media era. Topics that will be discussed during the event include:
- What propels the development and implementation of smart media technology?
- What are the potential scenarios and relations that may be established due to smart media?
- What is the momentum behind media revolution?
Department of Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Macau
College of Media and International Culture, Zhejiang University
Friday, December 18, 2020
Online Meeting Venue:
Tencent Meeting https://meeting.tencent.com/s/ko0Er1pgTIOi
644 568 681
韦路 Prof, Dean of College of Media and International Culture at ZJU
Dr. Lu Wei is a Professor and the Dean of the College of Media and International Culture at Zhejiang University, and Chang Jiang Scholars Distinguished Young Professor. His research interests include new media communication, international communication and political communication.
Tien Tsung Lee is the head of the Department of Communication of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Macau. Professor Lee also holds position as the chair of Departmental Executive Committee. He obtained his PhD degree in Communication & Society at the University of Oregon, US. His research areas include media credibility and trust, media uses and effects, gender and race in media, political communication, and advertising and public relations.
李 展 鵬, Assistant Professor
Chin Pang Lei is currently an assistant professor at the Department of Communication of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Macau. At the same time, Asst Prof Lei is the coordinator of the Macao Studies Master Programme and chair of the Internship Sub-Committee at UM. He graduated from ChengChi University, Taiwan with a BA in Journalism and later earned his PhD in Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Sussex, England. Asst Prof Lei’s research mainly focuses on Chinese cinema, popular culture, gender studies, media studies, post-colonial culture, and urban studies.
李小勤, Assistant Professor
Xiaoqin Li (Lisa) is an assistant professor at the Department of Communication of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Macau. Asst Prof Li graduated from Renmin University of China, Beijing with a degree in Bachelor of Economics. She later continued her studies at Jinan University and Hong Kong Baptist University where she earned her degree in Master of Economics and PhD in Mass Communication respectively. Focusing on media effects, political communication and science communication, new media and social network studies in Greater China, Asst Prof Li received several grants for her field of research.
李颖, Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor Ying Li (Lia) assumes the position as a coordinator at the Faculty of Social Sciences and as a member of the PhD Steering Committee of the Department of Communication, University of Macau. Asst Prof Li graduated from Shaanxi Normal University with a BA degree in English Language and Literature. She then continued her education at Beijing Foreign Studies University and the University of Southern California where she got her MA degree in American Society and Culture and PhD degree in communication respectively. Asst Prof Li’s studies center on public communication campaigns, advocacy and public relations, international and development communication, and public and cultural diplomacy.
林玮 Assoc Prof, Asst Dean
Lin Wei is an associate professor at the College of Media and International Culture, Zhejiang University. He earned his Ph.D. in artistic theory from Beijing Normal University (joint training with Duke University) in 2014 and has an M.A. in Chinese literature, two B.A. in Communication and Law respectively from BNU. Before joining Zhejiang University, he was a postdoctoral researcher at Shih Hsin University at Taipei.
张婵 Assistant Professor
Chan Zhang is a 'Hundred Talents Program' Assistant Professor at Zhejiang University, she received her Master (2009) and Ph. D (2013) degree in Survey Methodology from the University of Michigan. She has published several papers in SSCI journals in the fields including statistics, public opinion, and applied computing in social sciences.
王可欣 Assistant Professor
Kexin Wang is a “Hundred Talents Program Young Professor” at College of Media and International Culture, Zhejiang University. Before joining ZJU, she was a joint Ph.D. student from Tsinghua University & KU Leuven University (Belgium). Her research area includes the psychological impact of social media on friend interactions and romantic relationships.
Presentation Group 1:
Studies on Discourse and Context Innovation
Presentation Group 2:
Studies on the Value of Smart Media
Presentation Group 3:
Studies on Film and Webisode
Presentation Group 4: