Magali Mari

About me

In January 2017, I started my doctorate under the supervision of Professor Fabrice Clément at the Cognitive Science Centre of the University of Neuchâtel.

Professional Experience

2017 – today

PhD assistant

Cognitive Science Centre, University of Neuchâtel

Conduct and manage research projects:

Manage time, resources and priorities
Make decision and meet demanding deadlines
Design experiments, collect and analyse data
Find creative solution to complex research problems

Collaboration:

Work in team on interdisciplinary projects
Facilitate group discussions and negotiate with others
Support others in completing their projects

Communication:

Write clearly for different purposes
Convey complex information to non-expert audience during conferences
Represent complex information visually

Teaching:

Support and guide Bachelor and Master students on personal projects
Evaluate and grade Bachelor and Master students’ works
Teaching and lecturing

2016 – 2017

Research assistant

Cognitive Science Centre, University of Neuchâtel

Running experiments for the Cognitive Science Center with adults and young children:

Recruit participants
Knowledge building of legal and ethical requirements for conducting experiments
Development of organisational skills
Data management
Collaboration with the members of the Cognitive Science Centre

01.2017 – 08.2017

Co-organizer of an international symposium

CISA, Swiss Center for Affective Science

Organisation of an international symposium on the development of a new concept in affective science (the Foundation of Affective Social Learning):

Budget planning and finding financial support
Monitor expenditure and deal with administrative tasks
Communicate information, arrange guests’ travel and stay, organise conferences and activities
Advertising, promotion and website creation

09.2015 – 12.2015

Intern

Cognitive Science Centre, University of Neuchâtel

Using eye-tracker (SMI) device under the supervision of Dr. Marco Pedrotti

Education

2017 – today

PhD in Cognitive Science, University of Neuchâtel

Under the supervision of Professor Fabrice Clément

2014 – 2016

Master in Cognitive Science, University of Neuchâtel

Master thesis: What attracts our attention in the social environment? The impact of implicit gender stereotypes on visual attention.

2011 – 2014

Bachelor of Arts, University of Neuchâtel

Information and Communication sciences; English Language and Literature; Management

Association

09.2017 – today

Représentante du Corps Intermédiaire au Conseil de Faculté

Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences, University of Neuchâtel

In charge of the communication within the « Corps Intermédiaire » and between the Dean of the Faculty and the « Corps Intermédiaire »