About Us


Multidisciplinary Media & Mediated Communication Research Group (M3C) has been formed to serve the highly demanding interdisciplinary needs of contemporary media and mediated communication. The effort has been initiated by researchers from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and in particular from the Media Informatics Lab (MIL) and the Laboratory of Electronic Media (eMedia).

Both technological and social aspects of the rapidly changing media landscape are considered among the involved scientific disciplines, including (but not limited) to the topics of New Media (theories and practices), Media Technology and Computational Journalism, Technology of Electronic Media and Digital Broadcasting, Sociology of the Media, Psychology of the Media, Media economics and management, Online Censorship, Web evaluation, Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing in media, Distant Learning practices, Distributed and 3D printing, Human Machine Interaction and Multimedia, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Robot /Drones Journalism, and others.

Members and collaborating researchers of the M3C research group form a highly motivated working team that is capable of addressing all the aforementioned disciplines and their associated contemporary challenges, featuring the wanted high dimensional interdisciplinary character.