International Advisory Board

Barbara Moser-Mercer

Full Professor - Director of InZone

barbaramosermercer.jpgBarbara Moser-Mercer is Professor of conference interpreting and founder and Director of InZone, University of Geneva. Her research focuses on cognitive and cognitive neuro-science aspects of the interpreting process and on the human performance dimension of skill development and expertise, and on pedagogical approaches to digital learning in fragile contexts. She has co-developed the Virtualinstitute©, a virtual learning environment specifically designed for the acquisition of complex skills, which she has been leveraging in partnership with ICRC, ILO, UNHCR, and UNAMA for enhancing interpreting skills of interpreters working in conflict zones and to advance formal and non-formal higher education in emergencies (HEiE). She was a member of the European Union's High Level Group on Multilingualism, coordinated the European Masters in Conference Interpreting, funded by the European Parliament and the European Commission. She is also an active conference interpreter and member of AIIC.

Research Interests

  • Expertise in interpreting
  • Brain plasticity in interpreters
  • Remote interpreting
  • Global Cognition
  • Virtual learning in fragile contexts
  • Techno-pedagogical approaches to higher education in emergencies
  • Mobile learning for interpreter training
  • Quality assurance
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