Meet our people in Salzburg, Shanghai, Beijing, Nanjing

University of Salzburg

Dr. Ursula Maier-Rabler
Dr. Ursula Maier-Rablercoordinator
Ass.Prof. Dr. Ursula Maier-Rabler is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication since 1999 and was Co-founder and Academic Director of the ICT&S Center of the University of Salzburg from 2003 to 2011. Together with Thomas Herdin she coordinates the MCM Program, pushing forward new possibilities for academic exchange between Chinese Universities and the University of Salzburg.
Mag. Dr. Thomas Herdin
Mag. Dr. Thomas Herdincoordinator
Ass.Prof. Mag. Dr. Thomas Herdin is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication since 2004. His field of research and teaching is Intercultural Management. Together with Ursula Maier-Rabler he coordinates the MCM Program, pushing forward new possibilities for academic exchange between Chinese Universities and the University of Salzburg.
Dr. Sylvia Hahn
Dr. Sylvia Hahncoordinator
Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. Sylvia Hahn, is a professor at the Department for History and the Vice Rector for International Relations and Communication of the University of Salzburg. She strongly supports the activities of the MCM Master Exchange Program and in the Winter Term 2013 she gave a lecture for international students, which the Chinese MCM participants all took, with the title Politics, History and Culture in Austria and Central Europe.
B.A. Carolin Aichhorn
B.A. Carolin Aichhornstudy assistant
Carolin Aichhorn finished her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Science at the University of Salzburg and then continued with the Master Program. She works as assistant for the “MCM – Media and Communication Management” exchange program.

Fudan University

Li Shuanglong
Li ShuanglongAssociate Professor
Assistant dean of Fudan Journalism School
Yu Zhenwei
Yu ZhenweiAssociate Professor
Party secretary of Fudan Journalism School
Ass.Prof. Sun Shaojing
Ass.Prof. Sun Shaojingcoordinator

BFSU University

NNU University

Dr QIAO Mu
Dr QIAO Mucoordinator
Dr QIAO Mu is an associate professor of communication and the Director of Media Studies Program at Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU). He specializes in political communication, comparative media studies and social media’s role in democratization. He is also a columnist with huge readership in China. As a media analyst, he is often been interviewed on international media. Prof. Qiao conducted post-doctoral research at London School of Economics after obtained a PhD in political science from Tsinghua University in 2002. He was a policy analyst at Beijing Society for Comparative International Studies in 1997–99, and a press officer at Beijing Municipal Office for Foreign Affairs in 1995–97.

Lecturer

Dr. Wolfgang Vyslozil
Dr. Wolfgang Vyslozillecturer
Dr. Wolfgang Vyslozil teaches at the University of Vienna and has many years of experience in Austria’s media branch. He started his career at one of Austria’s quality newspapers Die Presse and was the Executive Director of the APA, Austria’s biggest news agency, from 1982 to 2008. Since 2010 he teaches the MCM course Media Management under the Condition of Press Freedom, which includes an excursion to Vienna.
Mag. Stefan Huber
Mag. Stefan Huberlecturer
Mag. Stefan Huber is currently working as Teaching Fellow at Salzburg University and conducting research into ICT&S. Since 2010 Stefan Huber teaches the MCM course Case Studies in Austria and the European Union, which includes field trips to Munich and Brussels.
Mag. Robert Bichler
Mag. Robert Bichlerlecturer
Mag. Robert Bichler is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Communication at the University of Salzburg. Since 2011 he teaches the MCM course Socio-cultural and socio-technical dimensions of media and communication. Between 2009 and 2011 Robert taught at the Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) in China.
Dr. Sergio Sparviero
Dr. Sergio Sparvierolecturer
Dr. Sergio Sparviero is a Postdoc at the Department of Communication ICT&S Center of the University of Salzburg. His main field of research and teaching is media economics. He has been teaching MCM students since 2011, and since Winter Semester 2012 the lecture Economics and Structure of Media and Journalism.