Go Mobile, Stay Innovative  

Mobile Studies Congress 2022 

9-11 December 

Institute for Mobile Studies

University of Nottingham Ningbo China  

Virtual: MS Teams   Meeting ID: 480 565 736 362   Passcode: eH5JXu 

Organizers:

 

                   

Co-organizers:

 

                   

 

 

 

Hosted by

School of International Communications, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, UNNC

 

In collaboration with

DiVoMiner, Macao, China

School of Communication, Soochow University, China

School of Journalism and Communication, Chongqing University, China

School of Culture and Communication, Zhejiang Wanli University, China

Xiangshan College of Television and Film, Ningbo University of Finance and Economics, China

Day One

Friday, 9 December 2022

 

Morning Session

09:00-12:30 (Ningbo, China); 12:00-15:30 (Melbourne, Australia)

 

Opening Session

09:00-09:10 (Ningbo, China); 12:00-12:10 (Melbourne, Australia)

Chair: Dr. Sadia Jamil, Assistant professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Welcome Speech

Dr. Xiaoge Xu

Founding Chair of Mobile Studies Congress

Founding Director of Institute for Mobile Studies, School of International Communications, UNNC

Founder of Mobile Studies International

 

09:10-09:15 (Ningbo, China); 12:10-12:15 (Melbourne, Australia)

Group Photo (Trent 209 and Screen Photo)

 

Keynote Session 1

09:15 - 10:45 (NINGBO, China), 12:15 - 13:45 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

Chair: Dr. Sadia Jamil, Assistant professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

 

Keynote Speakers

 

Empowering Social Governance in the Age of Media Mobile Platformization

Dr. Zhengrong Hu, Professor/Dean, School of Journalism and Communication, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

 

Mobile Storytelling with Older Communities: Digital Interventions for Prevention of Ageism and Elder Abuse.

Dr. Diana Bossio, Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia 

 

The Evolving Digital Divide

Dr. Lu Wei, Professor/Dean, College of Media and International Culture, Zhejiang University, China 

 

Coffee Break     10:45 – 11:00 (NINGBO, China), 13:45 - 14:00 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

 

Keynote Session 2

11:00 - 12:30 (NINGBO, China), 14:00 - 15:30 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

Chair: Dr. Vikrant Kishore, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China   

 

Keynote Speakers

 

Rediscovering Mobile Technology for the Common Good

Mr. Ramon Guillermo R. Tuazon, Secretary-General of AMIC, the Philippines

 

Mobile Filmmaking & Smart Storytelling

Dr. Max Schleser, Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia 

 

Social Intelligence and Mobile Studies in the Social Media Context

Dr. Angus Cheong, Creator of DiVoMiner, Founder & Chief Consultant of uMaxData (Hong Kong/Singapore)

Break

12: 30-13:30 (NINGBO, China), 15:30-16:30 (MELBOURNE, Australia)  

 

Assistants: Zhou Rui, Xinmeng Hu, Yuetong Zhang

Day One

Friday, 9 December 2022

 

Afternoon Session

13:30-18:00 (Ningbo, China); 16:30-21:00 (Melbourne, Australia)

 

Partner Session #2 (Parallel Session)

Innovative Approaches to Emerging Media Communications

Soochow University, China

13:30-17:00 (NINGBO, China), 16:30-20:00 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

 

Opening Speech 

13:30 - 13:40 (NINGBO, China), 16:30 - 16:40 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

Session Chair: Dr. Chen Long, Professor/Dean, School of Communications, Soochow University, China

 

Panel 5             13:40-14:40 (NINGBO, China), 16:40-17:40 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

 

Chair: Dr. Chen Long, Professor/Dean, School of Communications, Soochow University, China

Discussant: Dr. Vikrant Kishore, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China  

 

Zero-COVID or coexistence? It is a political question: Examining ideological factors underlying the Chinese public’s attitude to epidemic control policies

Dr. Xi Luo, Associate Professor and Dr. Hepeng Jia, Professor, Soochow University, China

 

Addressing proximity of climate change: How does short-video platform Douyin represent climate change?

Dr. Yeheng Pan (Lecturer), Ruifen Zhang (Master student), Prof. Hepeng Jia (Professor), Soochow University, China

 

Media Repertoires, Trust on Social Media Influencers, and Perceived Risk of COVID-19: Evidence from Longitudinal Data in Singapore

Jingwei Zheng, PhD candidature, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

 

Panel 6             14:40-15:40 (NINGBO, China), 17:40-18:40 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

Chair: Dr. Chen Long, Professor/Dean, School of Communications, Soochow University

Discussant: Dr. Teodor Mitew, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China 

 

Open peer review correlates with altmetrics but not with citations: Evidence based on 85,275 articles from Nature Communications and PLoS One

Dr. Xi Cheng, Associate professor, Haoran Wang, Weiyan Jiang, and Guoyan Wang

Soochow University, China; Li Tang, Fudan University, China

 

‘This is REAL Chinese food’: Western Chinese content creators’ cultural identity construction and ‘Chineseness’ performance towards global audiences

Dr. Chen Yang, Visiting lecturer, University of Westminster, UK

 

Reform and Dilemma of Content Moderation Mechanism on Video Social Networking Sites: A Case study of "Cory Incident" on YouTube

Dr. Ran Cao, Associate professor, Soochow University, China

 

Coffee Break:  15:40-15:50 (NINGBO, China), 18:40-18:50 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

 

Panel 7             15:50-16:50 (NINGBO, China), 18:50-19:50 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

Chair: Dr. Chen Long, Professor/Dean, School of Communications, Soochow University

Discussant: Dr. Sadia Jamil, Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

 

Chinese “Rural Fashion” in the Age of We-Media: A Case Study of TikTok Platform

Dr. Li Pan, Lecturer, Soochow University, China

 

National Image in Mobile Communication Era: A Study of China’s National Image in the Covid-19 Epidemic on Twitter Based on Sentiment Analysis and Semantic Network Analysis
Dr. Zheng Yang, Lecturer, Soochow University, China

 

Understanding the Impacts of media use on political communication—evidence from China

Dr. Shuqing Gao, Lecturer, Soochow University, China

 

Closing Speech

16:50-17:00 (NINGBO, China), 19:50-20:00 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

Dr. Max Schleser, Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Co-Founder of Mobile Innovation & Network Association

Co-Chair of Mobile Studies Congress

 

Partner Session #3 (Parallel Session) (in Chinese)

Tencent Meeting: 701 513 788 Password: 8266

Investigating Mobile Media and Communications: Innovative Approaches

Zhejiang Wanli University

13:30-17:00 (NINGBO, China), 16:30-20:00 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

 

Opening Speech

13:30-13:40 (NINGBO, China), 16:30-16:40 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

Dr. Chen Zhiqiang, Professor/Dean, Zhejiang Wanli University

Dr. Xiaoge Xu

Founding Chair of Mobile Studies Congress

Founding Director of Institute for Mobile Studies, School of International Communications, UNNC

Founder of Mobile Studies International

 

Panel 8             13:40-14:40 (NINGBO, China), 16:40-17:40 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

Chair: Dr. Ma Jia, Professor, Zhejiang Wanli University

Discussant: Dr. Ning Hailin, Professor, Ningbo University

 

The Transformation Path of News Communication Talent Training driven by data Journalism

Dr. Qiang Yuexin, Professor, Wuhan University

 

Mobile Communication helps sports health Communication -- "Network and New Media" professional talent training practice

Dr. Zhenxiang Zhao, Professor, Xiamen University of Technology

 

Training of outstanding media talents in the intelligent media era

Dr. Wei Lu, Professor/Dean, Zhejiang University

 

Panel 9             14:40-15:40 (NINGBO, China), 17:40-18:40 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

Chair: Dr. Ma Jia, Professor, Zhejiang Wanli University

Discussant: Dr. Xiao Rongchun, Professor/Dean, Ningbo Unversity of Technology

 

Exploration and Practice of new media communication talents Training

Dr. Baohua Zhou, Professor, Fudan University

 

From Digital Divide to Digital Equity: Research Hotspots and Frontier Trends of Information Differentiation -- Visual Analysis Based on CiteSpace

Dr. Suxia Zheng, Professor, Zhengzhou University; Li Gusong, PhD student, Zhengzhou University

 

The body landscape and cultural reflection of digital media

Dr. Hongtao Wu, Professor, Zhejiang Wanli University

 

Coffee Break:  15:40-15:50 (NINGBO, China), 18:40-18:50 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

 

Panel 10                       15:50-16:50 (NINGBO, China), 18:50-19:50 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

Chair: Dr. Ma Jia, Professor, Zhejiang Wanli University

Discussant: Dr. Wang Junwei, Professor/Dean, Ningbo Tech University

 

Mobile Creativity:  How Prompt Imagine Is Changing Creative Work

Dr. Stefan Waller, Professor, Zhejiang Wanli University

 

Media talents’ skill literacy in the new media era

Zhou Kai, Head of the client-side Technology Department of Ningbo Radio and TV Group

 

Mobile communication literacy and its cultivation path

Dr. Zhiqiang Chen, Professor/Dean, Zhejiang Wanli University

 

Closing Speech

16:50 - 17:00 (NINGBO, China), 19:50 - 20:00 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

Dr. Ma Jia, Professor, Zhejiang Wanli University

 

Panel 12:          17:00-18:00 (Ningbo, China); 20:00-21:00 (Melbourne, Australia)  

Ecology

Chair: Mr. Augustus Raymond Segar, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Discussant: Mr. Dean Keep, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

 

Rootedness in Aotearoa  

Dr. Arezou Zalipour, Auckland University of Technology (AUT), New Zealand  

 

Mobilizations Through Mobile Media Making. Intersections of Education for Sustainable Development, Engagement and Mobile Storytelling

Dr. Anna Wiehl, University of Bayreuth, Germany   

 

#EcoSmartphone Films 

Dr. Max Schleser, Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Dr. Gerda Cammaer, Associate Professor, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada

 

Assistants: Qiao Lin, Xinmeng Hu, Wensi Yang

 

Day Two

Saturday, 10 December 2022

Morning Session

09:00-12:20 (Ningbo, China); 12:00-15:20 (Melbourne, Australia)

 

Partner Session #4

Mobile Health and Intelligent Communication

Chongqing University, China
09:00-11:20 (Ningbo, China); 12:00-14:20 (Melbourne, Australia)

 

Opening Speech

09:00-09:10 (Ningbo, China); 12:00-12:10 (Melbourne, Australia)

Dr. Dong Tiance

Professor/Dean, School of Journalism and Communication, Chongqing University, China

 

Panel 13:          09:10-10:10 (Ningbo, China); 12:10-13:10 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Chair: Dr. Runxi Zeng, Professor, Chongqing University, China

Mobile Media and Health Communication

Discussant: Dr. Sadia Jamil, Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

 

Promoting engagement in international communication: An investigation of China’s Foreign Ministry on Twitter during the COVID-19 crisis

Wei Zhang, Huazhong University of Science of Technology, China

 

How intelligent communication technology changed the youth’s Internet public opinion

Di Zhu, Chongqing University. China

 

Why are they "trapped": Exploration on the information life of the elderly information vulnerable groups in the digital age

Xuyu Zhang, Northwest University, China

 

The role of self-efficacy in online health information-seeking behavior

You Li, Chongqing University, China

 

Panel 14:          10:10-11:10 (Ningbo, China); 13:10-14:10 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Global perspective of Intelligent Communication

Chair: Dr. Runxi Zeng, Professor, Chongqing University, China

Discussant:  Dr. Teodor Mitew, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China  

 

The Generation Mechanism of Policy Cocoon Effect in the Age of Intelligent Communication

Can Yang, Chongqing University, China

 

Predicting citizens’ continued use of government Facebook during the COVID-19 with dialogic communication theory and expectation confirmation theory: Evidence from Taiwan

Yangyi Zhang, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

 

Risk Assessment Mechanism on Internet Public Opinion for the Decision of Public Policy Decision Making

Wenyan Zhang, Chongqing University, China

 

Controlling "Algorithms": Limitations and Circumvention of Algorithms on the Effectiveness of Public Policy Communication

Wei Qin, Chongqing University

 

Closing Speech

11:10-11:20 (NINGBO, China), 14:10-14:20 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

Dr. Teodor Mitew, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China 

 

 

Panel 15:          11:20-12:20 (Ningbo, China); 14:20-15:20 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Mobile Storytelling

Chair: Dr. Naziat Choudhury, Associate Professor, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

Discussant: Dr. Shixin Zhang, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

 

Mobile journalism in Bangladesh: Exploring current status, prospects and challenges  

Dr. MD. ABDUL KABIL KAHN, Associate Professor, University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh  

Dr. Mohammad Aminul Islam, Lecturer, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh

Dr. Mamunor Rashid, Assistant Professor, Khulna University, Khulna

 

Journalism and mobile media: Sharing news stories with smartphones

Abdul Kaium, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

 

Trolling of actors: Content analysis of online users’ comments

Abdullah Al Mamun , University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

 

Mobile communication & survival strategies of local food service during Covid-19

Shanjana Sharif Sruti, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

 

 

Break:  12:20-13:20 (Ningbo, China); 15:20-16:20 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Assistants: Qiao Lin, Sitan Xiong, and Wensi Yang

 

Day 2

Afternoon Session

13: 20-18:30 (NINGBO, China), 16:20-21:30 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

 

Panel 16:          13:20-14:20 (NINGBO, China), 16:20-17:20 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

 

Mobile Representations on the Go 

Chair: Dr. Shanru Yang, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Discussant: Dr. Vikrant Kishore, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

 

Embracing Smartphone Improvisation and Co-Presence for Queer Performative Screen Production

Dr. Patrick Kelly, RMIT University, Australia  

 

From hukou-based exclusion to social class marginalization: Revisiting the impacts of parental migration on rural migrant children’s citizenship construction in the urban China  

Dr. Jiaxin Chen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR, China   

 

Remodeling the Online Consumption Through Mobile Technology and Social Media: The Case of Douyin Live Streaming.                                      

Liu Hao, Program Director, Zhejiang Business Technology Institute, China

 

Panel 17:          14:20-15:20 (NINGBO, China), 17:20-18:20 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

 

Mobile Innovation (III)

Chair: Dr. Teodor Mitew, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China 

Discussant:  Dr. K.S. Kusuma, Associate Professor, Jamia Millia Islamia University, India

 

Mediated parenting and education from a distance: Digital Practices of Chinese Working-class Migrant Families  

Na LIU, University of Leicester, UK  

 

Bodies beyond the boundaries: A study on Indian farmer’s protest and instagram artivism in the time of Covid-19 pandemic  

Thejaswini J. C. India  

 

Gendered wealth: Social media discourse on the richest men and women in China  

Chongyi Zeng and Dr. Runping ZHU, Lanzhou University, China  

 

Coffee Break:  15:20-15:30 (NINGBO, China), 18:20-18:30 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

 

Panel 18:          15:30-16:30 (Ningbo, China); 18:30-19:30 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Mobile & Smartphone Filmmaking: Creative Innovation 

Chair: Dr. Vikrant Kishore, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Discussant: Dr. Ambrish Saxena, Professor/Dean, Delhi Metropolitan Education, IP University, India

 

‘Esgair Fraith’: Vertical Video and Evolutionary Literary Adaptation

Dr. Dafydd Sills-Jones, Associate Professor, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

 

Cinematic Filmmaking with Mobile Phones: Does Size Really Matter?  (pre-recorded presentation)

Dr. Dean, L., Dr. Whyke, T.W., & Dr. Zhu, Z.Y.  University of Nottingham Ningbo China 

 

Mobile Storytelling & AI,

Shuai Li, PhD candidate, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia 

 

Artificial intelligence powered mobile phone camera cultures: A study on the use of creating phone footage with beauty filters for short video platforms

Dr. K.S. Kusuma, Associate Professor, Jamia Millia Islamia University, India

 

Panel 19                       16:30-17:30 (Ningbo, China); 19:30-20:30 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Mobile XR & Mobile Music 

Chair: Dr. Max Schleser, Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia 

Discussant: Dr. K.S. Kusuma, Associate Professor, Jamia Millia Islamia University, India

 

The role of smart phones in a Parallel Interactive Narrative in Virtual Reality (PIN VR) production  

Delwyn Jude Remedios, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, India  

 

Notes on mobile placetelling: PlayAlghero  

Dr. Anna Chiara Sabatino, Professor, Audio-visual Storytelling Lab, Italy

Roberto Pisapia, PhD student, the University of Salerno, Italy

Dr. Filippo Fimiani, Professor, the University of Salerno, Italy 

 

Remote Music Collaboration on phones and tablets: exploring digital social practice between musicians, companies, and technologies  

Dr. Martin K. Koszolko, The University of Newcastle, Australia

Dr. Kristal Spreadborough, Melbourne Data Analytics Platform, University of Melbourne, Australia

 

Panel 20:         17:30-18:30 (NINGBO, China), 20:30-21:30 (MELBOURNE, Australia) 

 

Mobile Innovation (IV)

Chair: Dr. Zhaoyu Zhu, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Discussant: Dr. Yupeng Zhu, Associate Professor, Chongqing University, China

 

Relying on Ourselves: Social Support Provided by Online Support Group in the Chinese Context  

Dr. Zhan Li and Xiangyu Zhang, Xiamen University, China   

 

The TikTok Surviving Guide to the cost-of-living crisis. A Mix Method analysis of Titokers content and followers’ answers  

Suarez-Alvarez, Rebeca; Urbina Montana, María Loreto, King Juan Carlos University / University of Wolverhampton, Spain  

 

Framing Self-Interest Messages in a Disaster: An Innovative Investigation

Haozhe Sun and Dr. Runping Zhu, Lanzhou University, China   

 

Portals, Parallel Worlds and Augmented Reality - Mobile Intervention in Communities

Dr. Maggie Buxton, Independent Researcher and Practitioner, New Zealand

 

Assistants: Sitan Xiong, Zhang Nan, Yixin Zhang

 

Day Three

Sunday, 11 December 2022

 

Morning Session

09:00-12:30 (Ningbo, China); 11:00-15:30 (Melbourne, Australia)

 

Partner Session #4

Mobile Media and Innovative Communication

Zhejiang University, China
09:00-10:00 (Ningbo, China); 12:00-13:00 (Melbourne, Australia)

 

Opening Speech

09:00-09:10 (NINGBO, China), 12:00-12:10 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

Dr. Wei Lu

Professor/Dean, College of Media and International Culture, Zhejiang University, China

 

Panel 21           09:10-10:10 (Ningbo, China); 12:10-13:10 (Melbourne, Australia)

 

Mobile Innovation (V)

Chair: Dr. Jian Lin, Assistant Professor, Zhejiang University

Discussant: Dr. Dafydd Sills-Jones, Associate Professor, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

 

Online Support Obtainment and Coping during a Public Crisis

Dr.Siyue  Li, Assistant Professor, Zhejiang university

 

Parasocial Interaction and Problematic Use of Short-Form Video Applications: Unveiling an Underlying Psychological Mechanism

Dr. Qing Huang, Assistant Professor, Sihan Lei, PhD candidate, Zhejiang University, China

 

Music streaming platform and affective labour: The case of NetEase Cloud in China

Dr.Jian  Xiao, Assistant Professor, Zhejiang University,

 

Healthy or Skinny? The Battle Between Fear Appeals and Barrage in Anorexia Introductory Videos

Dr. Mengsu Shi, Dr. Kexin Wang, Assistant Professor, Zhejiang University

 

Closing Speech

10:10-10:20 (NINGBO, China), 13:10-13:20 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

Dr. Xiaoge Xu, Founding Chair of Mobile Studies Congress

Coffee Break   10:20-10:30 (NINGBO, China), 13:20-13:30 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

 

Panel 22:          10:30-11:30 (Ningbo, China); 13:30-14:30 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Communicating National Images: Innovative Investigations

Chair: Dr. Muhammad Khalil Khan, Associate Professor, NingboTech University, China

 

Dr. Wei Lu, Professor/Dean, College of Media and International Culture, Zhejiang University, China 

Dr. Guo Ke, professor/Dean, School of Journalism and Communication, Shanghai International Studies University, China

Dr. Nadeem Akhtar, Associate Professor, School of Urban Culture, South China Normal University, Nanhai Campus, Foshan, Guangdong, China

Dr. Zhan Li, Associate Professor, Xiamen University, China 

Dr. Tiankai Tang, Ningbo University of Finance and Economics, China 

Dr. Lili Zhang, Ningbo University of Finance and Economics, China

Dr. Zheng Yang, Lecturer, Soochow University, China

Dr. Xiaoge Xu, Director of Institute for Mobile Studies and Chair of Mobile Studies Congress, China 

 

Panel 23:          11:30-12:30 (Ningbo, China); 14:30-15:30 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Mobile Innovation in Education 

Chair: Dr. Abdul Kabil Khan, Associate Professor, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh

Discussant: Dr. Derek Irwin, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

 

‘Knowledge’ for sale: Mobile educational vloggers market through ‘teaching’ in micro-lessons and live streams in China   

Dr. Shanru Yang, University of Nottingham Ningbo China    

 

Strategies for Improving the Learning Experience of Online and offline Hybrid "Comprehensive Chinese" Classroom

Qiaolan Wang, Zhejiang Wanli University

 

Today is Tomorrow – Art-Generates-Art 

Steven Murdoch, Darren Fisher, Julia Prendergast, Max Schleser, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

 

Lunch Break      12:30-13:30 (Ningbo, China); 15:30-16:30 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Day 3

Afternoon Session

13: 30-18:00 (NINGBO, China), 16:30-21:00 (MELBOURNE, Australia)

 

Panel 24:          13:30-14:30 (Ningbo, China); 16:30-17:30 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Chair: Dr. Martin Koszolko, University of Newcastle, Australia

Discussant: Dr. Nanlan Zhang, Assistant Professor, Chongqing University

 

“Is this a right decision?”: a qualitative study on Chinese academic returnees at non-double first-class universities under Covid-19  

Chao ZHANG,  Zhejiang International Studies University, China  

 

The War Narratives Through Mobile Phone Footage: a case study of Israeli “Operation Guardian of the Wall” on Gaza  

Dr. ALI M. ABUSHBAK, Jamia Millia Islamia, India  

 

Delhi Metro on Instagram: Mobile Public Relations during the COVID-19 Pandemic  

Sonali SHARMA, Jamia Millia Islamia University, India.   

 

Panel 25:             14:30-15:30 (Ningbo, China); 09:30-10:30 (Doha, Qatar)  

 

Mobile Innovation (VII)

Chair: Conan Wu, Director of Center for Executive Director, Ningbo Institute for Supply Chain Innovation – A Member of MIT Global SCALE Network)

Discussant: Dr Georgios Kapogiannis, Associate Professor, Oryx Universal College in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University (Qatar) and Ningbo Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (Member of MIT Global SCALE Network) (China)

 

Understanding the need for Mobile Application in the sector

Dr Aboubakr Aqle, Associate Professor, Oryx Universal College in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University (Qatar)

 

Construction Mobile Workspaces in a Post-COVID-19 Era in China 

Tianlun Yang, Adjunct Research Fellow of Ningbo Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (Member of MIT Global Scale Network) in China

 

The Internet of Clothes: Provenance, Identity, and the Infinite Object

Dr. Teodor Mitew, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China  

 

Coffee Break:    15:30-15:40 (Ningbo, China); 18:30-18:40 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Panel 26:          15:40-16:40 (Ningbo, China); 18:40-19:40 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Mobile Health, the Innovative Ways

Chair: Dr. Hilary Davis, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia  

Discussant: Dr. Martin Koszolko, University of Newcastle, Australia

  

Using Health Code and Covid Pass to prevent Covid-19: A scoping review  

Zenan CHEN, University College London, UK   

 

Using mobile media for communication, designing city for health  

Katarina Andjelkovic, Independent, University of Belgrade, Serbia  

 

Mobile Health Storytelling   

Dr Dimple DEVADAS, UK 

Doctor, medical journalist and multi-award-winning smartphone filmmaker

 

Live streaming funerals: constructing togetherness in the mobile era  

Tian SHI, KU Leuven, Belgium  

 

Panel 27:          16:40-17:40 (Ningbo, China); 19:40-20:40 (Melbourne, Australia)  

 

Mobile Filmmaking: African Approaches to Innovation

Chair: Dr. Max Schleser, Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Discussant:  Dr. Dafydd Sills-Jones, Associate Professor, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

 

Formal Approaches to Smartphone and Mobile Filmmaking in East Africa  

Thomas Bundi MARETEH, Jenge Kulture, Kenya   

 

Aesthetics and Practices of Mobility in Mobile Phone Filmmaking  

Dr. Angela JOUINI and Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

 

Reflexive smartphone filmmaking and Collaborative editing with traditional communities in Africa (Ghana)  

Felix GYEBI, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia  

 

Closing Session

17:40 - 18:00 (Ningbo, China); 20:40 - 21:00 (Melbourne, Australia)

Chair: Dr. Sadia Jamil, Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham Ningbo China   

 

Concluding Speech: Dr. Max Schleser, Co-Chair of Mobile Studies Congress  

Announcing MSC2023: Dr. Xiaoge Xu, Founding Chair of Mobile Studies Congress 

 

Day 3

Evening Session

Smartphone Film Forums

18:00-20:00 (Ningbo, China); 21:00-23:00 (Melbourne, Australia)

 

Smartphone Film Makers Forum #1: 

18:00-19:00 (Ningbo, China); 21:00-22:00 (Melbourne, Australia) 

Smartphone Filmmakers: Innovative Approaches

Chair: Dr. Max Schleser, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia 

Mr. Shuai Li, PhD candidate, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

 

Andrew Robb 

Leon Gerrard-Brown 

Vanessa Vox 

David S Leibowitz (via video presentation) 

Dr. Stephen Quinn

 

Smartphone Film Makers Forum #2: 

19:00-20:00 (Ningbo, China); 22:00-23:00 (Melbourne, Australia) 

Smartphone Film Festivals       

Chair: Dr. Max Schleser, Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Mr.Shuai Li, PhD candidate, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

 

Dublin Smartphone Film Festival 

Vertifilms 

Dhaka International Mobile Film Festival

SmartFone Flicks Fest

Mobile Innovation Network & Association

 

Assistants: Yizi Zeng, Zhang Nan, Yuetong Zhang

 

Mobile Studies Congress 2022 Workshop Series

 

Pre-Congress Workshops

 

WS01: DiVoMiner for Innovative Mobile Studies Workshop (3 December 2022)

DiVoMiner Team

 

Morning Session

09:00-10:00: From Tradition to Innovation: How DiVoMiner Enhances Content Analysis

Coffee Break: 10:00-10:30 Coaching over Coffee

10:30-11:30: Coaching Use of DiVoMiner for Innovative Content Analysis

Lunch break: 11:30-12:30

Afternoon Session

12:30-13:30: Hands-On Coaching on Data Collecting and Processing 

13:30-14:00: Coffee Break: Coaching over Coffee

14:00-17:00: Hands-On Coaching on Innovative Human-Machine Coding 

 

WS02: Mobile Documentary Workshop (in Chinese) (4 December 2022)

Chen Lei, Ningbo University of Finance and Economics

 

Morning Session

09:00-10:00: From Tradition to Innovation: How to Enhance Mobile Documentary

Coffee Break: 10:00-10:30 Coaching over Coffee

10:30-11:30: Coaching for Innovative Mobile Documentary

Lunch break: 11:30-12:30

Afternoon Session

12:30-13:30: Hands-On Coaching on Innovative Mobile Documentary

13:30-14:00: Coffee Break: Coaching over Coffee

14:00-17:00: Hands-On Coaching on Innovative Mobile Documentary

 

 

Post-Congress Workshops

 

WS01: Mobile Documentary Workshop (17 December 2022)   

Dr. Max Schleser, Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

 

Morning Session

09:00-10:00: From Tradition to Innovation: How to Enhance Mobile Documentary

Coffee Break: 10:00-10:30 Coaching over Coffee

10:30-11:30: Coaching for Innovative Mobile Documentary

Lunch break: 11:30-12:30

Afternoon Session

12:30-13:30: Hands-On Coaching on Innovative Mobile Documentary

13:30-14:00: Coffee Break: Coaching over Coffee

14:00-17:00: Hands-On Coaching on Innovative Mobile Documentary

 

 

WS02: Mobile City Storytelling Workshop (in Chinese, 18 December 2022)   

Shuai Li, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

 

Morning Session

09:00-10:00: From Tradition to Innovation: How to Enhance Mobile City Storytelling

Coffee Break: 10:00-10:30 Coaching over Coffee

10:30-11:30: Coaching for Innovative Mobile City Storytelling

Lunch break: 11:30-12:30

Afternoon Session

12:30-13:30: Hands-On Coaching on Innovative Mobile City Storytelling

13:30-14:00: Coffee Break: Coaching over Coffee

14:00-17:00: Hands-On Coaching on Innovative Mobile City Storytelling