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Eamonn Jordan

Professor in Drama Studies, University College Dublin
Eamonn Jordan is Professor in Drama Studies and former Subject Head (2011-2014) at the School of English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin. His book The Feast of Famine: The Plays of Frank McGuinness (1997) is the first full-length study on McGuinness's work. In 2000, he edited Theatre Stuff: Critical Essays on Contemporary Irish Theatre. He co-edited with Lilian Chambers The Theatre of Martin McDonagh: A World of Savage Stories (2006).

His book Dissident Dramaturgies: Contemporary Irish Theatre was published in 2010 by Irish Academic Press. In 2012, he co-edited with Lilian Chambers The Theatre of Conor McPherson:' Right beside the Beyond'.

In 2014 his monograph From Leenane to LA: The Theatre and Cinema of Martin McDonagh was published by Irish Academic Press.
In 2016 he introduced and selected with Finola Cronin The Contemporary Irish Theatre and Performance Studies Reader for Carysfort Press, a publication with over 70 essays.

September 2018 saw the publication of The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Irish Theatre and Performance, a work he co-edited with Eric Weitz.

The Theatre and Film of Conor McPherson: Conspicuous Communities has been published by Methuen Bloomsbury in February 2019.

In 2020, Justice and the Plays and Films of Martin McDonagh was published by Palgrave as part of its Pivot series of publications.

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Earlence Fernandes

Ph.D. student, Systems and Security, University of Michigan

I'm interested in Internet of Things security, with a focus on smart homes. Previously, I've done research on Smartphone Security (Android, Windows Phone), and Operating Systems Security. I like building secure systems. My advisor is Prof. Atul Prakash.

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Eben Levey

Assistant Professor of History, Alfred University
Eben Levey completed his PhD in 2021 at the University of Maryland, College Park. Prior to Alfred University, he taught at Boise State University. Western Washington University, American University and University of Maryland, College Park.

Levey’s dissertation, “From Liberation Theology to Teologia India: The Progressive Catholic Church in Southern Mexico, 1954-1994,” expanded the scope of histories of Liberation Theology (a progressive Catholic movement that emerged in the late 1960s) by centering a focus on Indigenous Mexico. He asked two parallel questions: How did Liberation Theology change the fabric of Indigenous Mexico? And, how did Indigenous Mexico change Liberation Theology? Levey shows how Indigenous Catholics pushed progressive liberationists to move beyond mere class-based analysis and incorporate Indigenous demands for multiculturalism, self-determination, and local autonomy in ways that would both open the Roman Catholic Church to indigenous ways of being Catholic and later become the framework for official multiculturalism in Mexican government policy of the 1990s and into the twenty-first century.

Levey is currently working on transforming his dissertation into a book manuscript and he recently published two articles that grew out of his dissertation research:

“Making Liberation Theology Indigenous: The Seminario Regional del Sureste (SERESURE) and Indigenous Mexico, 1969-1990,” in Christian Bueschges, ed., Liberation Theology and the Other(s): Contextualizing Latin American Catholic Activism in the Second Half of the 20th Century. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2021.

“‘A New Type of Priest:’ The Regional Seminary of the Southeast (SERESURE) and Indigenous Ministry in Mexico, 1969-1990,” Catholic Southwest: A Journal of History and Culture, Vol. 32, 2021.

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Ebenezer Bosomprah

PhD Candidate, Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana

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Ebony Aya

Program Manager at the Jan Serie Center for Scholarship and Teaching, Macalester College
Ebony Aya is a recent PhD graduate of the University of Minnesota in Curriculum and Instruction, with minors in Culture and Teaching and African American and African Studies. In her work she focuses on the experiences of Black women in higher education. She is also a program manager for the Jan Serie Center at Macalester College where she teaches and facilitates programming that focuses on faculty development. Additionally, Ebony is the founder of the Aya Collective and recently launched the Aya Collective’s first anthology, Let the Black Women Say Ase’ (2022), in addition to authoring the Gospel According to a Black Woman (2020) and Incomplete Stories: On Loss, Love, and Hope (2023).

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Ebony Nilsson

Research Fellow, Australian Catholic University
Dr Ebony Nilsson is a research fellow in the Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences at Australian Catholic University, Melbourne. She is a historian of migration, surveillance, and the Cold War. She holds a PhD in history from the University of Sydney.

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Ebru Surucu-Balci

Assistant Professor in Circular Supply Chains, University of Bradford
Dr Ebru Surucu-Balci is an Assistant Professor in Circular Supply Chains at the School of Management, University of Bradford. She actively researches the areas of circular supply chains, digitalisation, and decarbonisation of supply chains. Her research has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals such as Transportation Research Part EE: Logistics and Transportation Review, Computers in Industry, Journal of Cleaner Production, and British Food Journal. Ebru is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.

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Ed Barrett-Lennard

Professorial fellow, Murdoch University
Dr Ed Barrett-Lennard is a Professorial Fellow at Murdoch University and a Senior Principal Soil Scientist at the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development in Western Australia. He works in projects funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) in Pakistan, Bangladesh, India and Vietnam. Ed works in the disciplines of agronomy, soil science and plant physiology. For 40 years, his research has focused on the growth of crops and pastures in saline and waterlogged environments, and on the adoption of saline agricultural principles by farmers and extension workers. He is an author of 80 scientific papers and 6 books.

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Ed Drewitt

PhD student studying the diet of urban peregrines, University of Bristol
Having studied what urban-dwelling peregrines eat during the past 25 years, I am now doing a PhD with the University of Bristol studying this aspect of their behaviour in more detail. I am analysing long term datasets of prey eaten by urban-dwelling peregrines as well as prey data from intensively studied nest web cameras during the nesting season.

Away from my research work I am a freelance naturalist, broadcaster and learning consultant engaging a wide range of audiences with nature and science. Activities range from tour guiding around the world, dawn chorus walks listening to birdsong, bird surveys and taking schools fossil hunting. I live in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire and regularly take people out to see its wildlife from wild boar to goshawks.

I have done extensive work with the BBC as a contributor, consultant and reporter. My learning consultancy work involves developing learning resources for wildlife and heritage organisations as well evaluation of projects and advising on how thesy can reach out to more people.

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Ed Elson

Associate Professor of Astronomy, University of the Western Cape
I've spent most of my academic career using telescopes such as MeerKAT to study the kinematics and evolutionary processes of nearby galaxies.

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Ed Garrett

Lecturer, Physical Geography, University of York
Ed is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Physical Geography in the Department of Environment and Geography at the University of York. His research focuses on the coastal zone and the use of sediments to understand a range of Earth system processes. In particular, he uses saltmarsh sediments to reconstruct sea-level change and the occurrence of earthquakes and tsunamis over centennial to millennial timescales. In doing so, he seeks to examine underlying mechanisms and provide evidence to underpin future hazard assessments and projections that enable the development of improved resilience and mitigation strategies. Another strand of his research focuses on the role intertidal environments including saltmarshes, seagrass meadows, and tidal flats play in sequestering and storing carbon.

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Ed Hawkins

Associate professor of climate science , University of Reading

Ed Hawkins is a climate scientist in the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS) at the University of Reading. Current research interests are in decadal variability and predictability of climate. He runs the Climate Lab Book blog and was an author on the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) assessment report.

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Eddie Woo

Professor of Practice, Mathematics Education, University of Sydney
Eddie Woo is Professor of Practice in Mathematics Education at the University of Sydney, working with preservice teachers in the Sydney School of Education & Social Work. Within the NSW Department of Education, he leads the Mathematics Growth Team, a statewide program of instructional leaders focused on engaging and evidence-based teaching practices. He continues to teach mathematics at Cherrybrook Technology High School and his Youtube channel, Wootube, has more than 1.7 million subscribers and 150 million views of his everyday classroom lessons. In 2018, he was named Australia’s Local Hero in the Australian of the Year Awards and listed as one of the Top 10 teachers in the world by the Global Teacher Prize. He is an internationally published author, TED speaker, and TV host of ABC’s Teenage Boss and Channel 10’s Ultimate Classroom.

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Eden Kamar

Postdoctoral research fellow, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dr. Eden Kamar is a postgraduate in the Evidence-Based Cybersecurity research group at Georgia State University. She received her Ph.D. in criminology specializing in cybercrime and cybersecurity, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Her MPhil in Criminological Research from the University of Cambridge (UK).

Her research focuses on cybercrime and cybersecurity, namely, technology-facilitated sexual abuse of minors, phishing attacks, dark markets, malicious codes, and information system vulnerabilities. In her research, she employs innovative approaches and rigorous methods, including but not limited to honeypots, open source intelligence, digital forensics, and experiments, to understand different types of cybercrime, cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and cyber victimization.

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Edgar Githua

Lecturer in International Studies, Strathmore University
Edgar Githua holds a PhD in international relations from the United States International University-Africa, Nairobi, Kenya. He is affiliated with the United States International University-Africa and Strathmore University. He is the author of “Spoilers and Peace Agreements: The South Sudan Conflict (2013-2019)", published in 2023. His research interests include peace and conflict resolution, negotiation and mediation, international affairs, security, and diplomacy. He is also an internationalaffairs analyst for various media houses, including NTV Kenya, Citizen TV Kenya, VOA, TRK News, A54 News, and Capital FM.

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Ediomo-Ubong Nelson

Africa research project coordinator, Global Drug Policy Observatory, Swansea University
Ediomo-Ubong Nelson is an associate researcher with the Centre for Research and Information on Substance Abuse, Nigeria.

He is also Africa research project coordinator at the Global Drug Policy Observatory, Swansea University, UK. His research covers substance use, sex work, criminal justice and public health.

His works have appeared in The International Journal of Drug Policy, Contemporary Drug Problems, Global Public Health and Journal of Drug Issues.

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Ediz Ozelkan

Lecturer of Media Studies, University of Colorado Boulder
I graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2023 with my PhD in media research and practice. My dissertation asks if music streaming services helped or hurt economic opportunities for music professionals, using a political economic lens and quantitative methods to measure the impact of technology on opportunity in media. This project is being reworked into a book-length manuscript. I also have an M.A. in American Studies from Columbia University and a B.S. in sociology from SUNY Old Westbury. My research has ranged from cultural sociology; hip hop and music studies; political economy; media and labor economics; and pedagogy.

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Edlin Veras

Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology and Black studies, Swarthmore College
My name is Dr. Edlin Veras. I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology and Black studies at Swarthmore College where I conduct research on and teach about anti-Blackness, and migration in the US and Caribbean. I earned my PhD in Sociology with a specialization in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from the University of South Florida in 2021. My work has been supported by the American Sociological Association Minority Fellowship Program. I have been actively engaged in research on Haitian migrants and their descendants in the Dominican Republic since 2017. I have been published in the Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, and am currently finishing my book manuscript on Haitian Migrant Laborers in Dominican Republic’s northern coast.

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Edlira Shehu

Professor of Digital Marketing, University of Groningen
Edlira Shehu joined the Department of Marketing at RUG in February 2023. Previously, she worked in Universities in Denmark and Germany. Edlira obtained her PhD and her state doctorate at the University of Hamburg, Germany.

Edlira's research focuses on a broad range of topics along three areas: digital advertising, multichannel retailing, and nonprofit marketing. Her research uses quantitative methods to solve empirical problems and has high academic as well as managerial and societal relevance. Her work has been published in leading journals of the field, such as Journal of Marketing Research, the International Journal of Research in Marketing, Journal of Retailing, and Research Policy. She is member of the editorial board of the Journal of Retailing. Prior to joining academia, Edlira worked in different management positions in the field of marketing analytics.

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Edmond Sanganyado

Assistant Professor in Environmental Forensics, Northumbria University, Newcastle
Edmond Sanganyado is a highly accomplished environmental toxicologist and a dedicated educator currently serving as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Sciences at Northumbria University. Prior to joining Northumbria University, Dr. Sanganyado was an Associate Professor at the Institute of Marine Science at Shantou University in China, where he also completed his postdoctoral research fellowship. During his time at Shantou University, he was honored with the Outstanding Young Talent Award for his exceptional research contributions to the field of marine science.

Dr. Sanganyado's academic journey began with a BSc (Hons) in Applied Chemistry from the National University of Science and Technology in Zimbabwe. He then went on to pursue his PhD in Environmental Toxicology at the University of California, Riverside, as a Fulbright Scholar. His research focuses on the impact of environmental contaminants on ecosystems, specifically in marine environments.

In recognition of his significant contributions to environmental science and sustainability, Dr. Sanganyado was elected a Fellow of the Institution of Environmental Sciences. His commitment to fostering scientific collaboration and leadership led him to be elected as a member of the Global Young Academy, an organization dedicated to empowering young scientists and scholars from around the world.

Dr. Sanganyado is also passionate about promoting scientific research and education in his home country. As a testament to his dedication, he is currently serving his second term as the President of the Zimbabwe Young Academy of Sciences, where he works to strengthen the capacity of young scientists in Zimbabwe and beyond.

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Edo Richard

Professor of Neurology, Radboud University
Edo Richard is professor of neurology at Radboud University Medical Centre in Nijmegen, The Netherlands and the dept of Public Health at Amsterdam University Medical Centre. He combines patient care with research into the prevention of dementia. He leads several large (inter)national randomized controlled trials on risk factor modification to reduce dementia risk. He also addresses ethical issues in prevention and early diagnosis of cognitive impairment.

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Édouard Civel

Chercheur au Square Research Center et à la Chaire Economie du Climat, Université Paris Dauphine – PSL

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Edudardo Velloso

Eduardo Velloso is a Research Fellow at the Microsoft Research Centre for Social Natural User Interfaces at the University of Melbourne in Australia. Eduardo holds a PhD in Computer Science from Lancaster University and a BSc in Computer Engineering from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. His research aims at creating future social user experiences combining novel input modalities such as gaze, body movement, touch gestures, etc. His latest work has investigated eye-based interaction with smart watches, multimodal combinations of gaze, and eye control of video games.

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Edward Hanna

Professor of Climate Science and Meteorology, University of Lincoln
Edward Hanna is Professor of Climate Science and Meteorology in the College of Science. He is current lead PI of 3 multi-institute NERC grants, and Lincoln PI of a further NERC grant, with a combined value ~£2.5 million. He serves as Co-Chair of the World Climate Research Programme Climate & Cryosphere (WCRP CliC) project's Scientific Steering Group, and is the WCRP representative on the Ice Sheet Mass Balance and Sea Level (ISMASS) expert group.

Edward received a BSc in Planetary Science (First Class Honours) from University College London in 1995 and completed a PhD in Satellite Remote Sensing of Antarctic Sea Ice and Climatic Couplings at the University of Bristol in 1998. This was followed by postdoctoral research in the Department of Meteorology, University of Reading between 1998 and 2000 before being appointed as Lecturer in Meteorology at the Institute of Marine Studies, University of Plymouth in 2000. In 2003 Edward was appointed as Lecturer in Climate Change at the Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2006, Reader in 2010 and was awarded a personal chair in 2013, serving as Deputy Head of Department 2013-16.

Edward has published >140 research papers in international peer-reviewed journals, including 5 papers in Nature (1 as lead author), 2 in Nature Climate Change, 2 in Nature Communications, 1 in Nature Reviews Earth & Environment as lead author, and 1 in Science. Together his papers have attracted >16,900 citations (H index 61) according to Google Scholar. He was listed in the top 2% of most cited scientists in his research field in a 2020 Stanford University survey. He has led an international team to reconstruct Greenland Ice Sheet surface mass balance, the results of which have been used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, on which he was a Contributing Author on their Fifth Assessment Report. He has also contributed as an author to many Arctic Report Cards of the US National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Another key research interest is investigating possible links between Arctic Amplification of global warming and the occurrence of extreme weather in the Northern Hemisphere mid-latitudes. Hanna is a founding member of an international working group on Arctic climate change-mid latitude extreme linkages, led by Dr. James E. Overland of NOAA. As part of his climatological research Edward has developed the concept of the Greenland Blocking Index related to North Atlantic polar jet stream changes, as a key driver of the recently increased Greenland ice melt. Active collaborations include with the Met Office, several other European meteorological institutes, and NOAA.

Edward is a regular organiser of or invited participant in international workshops and conferences, and has given multiple invited lectures in Denmark, Germany, Greenland, Iceland, Norway and the USA. He lead-organised ISMASS international research workshops on ice-sheet mass balance and climate change in Davos, Switzerland, in June 2018, and Reykjavik, Iceland, in August 2022, and co-organised an international research workshop on Arctic-midlatitude climate linkages in Lincoln in Sept. 2023. He also co-led the "Moana Water of Life: Navigating Climate Change for Planetary Health" international conference in Lincoln in Aug/Sep 2019.

Edward is a Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society and a member of the Climatological Observers Link and maintains a weather station at Newark.

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Edward Musole

PhD Law Student, University of New England
Edward Musole is a multifaceted professional with a diverse educational background, encompassing law, business, and writing. Currently serving as a Lawyer in Western Australia, Edward is also pursuing a Ph.D. in Law at the University of New England. With a Master's in Writing from Swinburne University of Technology Australia and a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Zambia, Edward brings a unique blend of legal expertise and strategic management skills to his work. His research interests revolve around the intersection of technology and law, particularly focusing on privacy laws in Australia and the implications of privacy invasive technologies. With strong skills in legal research, analysis, and communication, Edward is poised to make significant contributions to the legal field and beyond.

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Edward Obbard

Senior Lecturer in Nuclear Engineering, UNSW Sydney
Materials Engineering

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Edward Scheer

Professor of Performance and Visual Culture, Head of School of Art and Design, UNSW Sydney
PHD, Macquarie University

Ba Hons Macquarie and University medalist in Literature.

Member of the Australian Research Council’s College of Experts (2013-2015).

From 2007-2011, President of PSi (Performance Studies international)—the international professional association of performance studies scholars.

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Edward Shepherd

Senior Lecturer in Planning and Development, Cardiff University
My professional background is in planning and development consultancy and I hold professional qualifications from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Royal Town Planning Institute. I also hold a PhD in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge.

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Edward Sosu

Reader and Research Director in the School of Education, University of Strathclyde

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Edward Struzik

Fellow, Queen's Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy, School of Policy Studies, Queen's University, Ontario

I have an undergraduate degree in history from the University of Western Ontario and a Masters of Journalism degree from the University of Western Ontario. I am currently a fellow at Queen's Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy in the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University. I have held that position since 2011.

I have been awarded three year-long fellowships: the Southam Fellowship at Massey College at the University of Toronto in 1986-87;the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at MIT and Harvard in 1996-1997, and the Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy in 2006. This award is a collaborative project of the Atkinson Foundation, the Honderich Family and Toronto Star. The focus of my fellowship was a series of articles on how climate change is reshaping the Arctic.

Since 2009, I have been a contributing writer for Yale Environment 360, an international online journal offering opinion, analysis, reporting, and debate on global environmental issues by scientists, journalists, environmentalists, academics, policy makers, and business people. Yale 360 is published by Yale's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. To view my articles, go to: http://e360.yale.edu/authors/ed-struzik

Since 2016 I have been a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, a citizens' organization dedicated to the long-term environmental and social well-being of northern Canada and its peoples. CARC has been a major voice on Arctic issues for the past 40 years.

I have written five books, four of them on the Arctic. Future Arctic, Fields Notes From A World on the Edge was published by Island Press in Washington D.C. in 2015. I have also contributed chapters to several other books. Two of the most recent are: Reflections of Canada, Illuminating Our Opportunities and Challenges at 150 years, (Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia, 2017) and It’s All Happening So Fast, which was published in 2017 by the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal.

I have played the role of advisor for the World Wildlife Fund of Canada’s Arctic Program. I was also on one of the selection committees for the International Polar Year conference that was held in Montreal in 2012. The IPY From Knowledge to Action Conference was one of the largest and most important scientific conferences for polar science and climate change, impacts and adaptation. Keynote presentations, thought-provoking panel discussions and workshops involved hundreds of scientists from around the world.

My long list of awards includes the U.S.-based Grantham Prize for environmental writing, the Michener Deacon Fellowship in Public Policy and the Sir Sandford Fleming Medal, which goes to one person each year who has made an outstanding contribution to the understanding of science in Canada.

My articles on the Arctic have appeared in journals such as Foreign Policy Review, Arctic, Conservation Biology, The World Policy Institute’s Arctic-in-Context and Conservation Biology, to name just a few

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Edward Sugden

Senior Lecturer in American Studies, King's College London
He researches nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature in its most capacious designations. His first book Emergent Worlds was published by New York University Press in 2018. He edited an essay collection entitled Crossings in Nineteenth-Century American Culture, which appeared on Edinburgh University Press in 2022. He is currently writing a biography of Moby-Dick.

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Edwin Burns

Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Edge Hill University
If you think you or someone you know suffers from prosopagnosia/faceblindness (i.e., regular difficulties when recognising faces they should), then please get in touch with me if you would like to be tested for the condition at [email protected]

I’m a psychologist who is interested in vision in those with intact face recognition skills, neuropsychological (i.e., brain damage) and neurodevelopmental (i.e., lifelong problems in certain aspects of cognition) groups. A significant proportion of this work has focused on individuals who suffer from developmental prosopagnosia, a lifelong condition characterised by severe difficulties recognising facial identity. Unfortunately, most of the people who believe they have prosopagnosia will not receive a diagnosis using current approaches to testing. I hope to remedy this through my latest research (Burns et al., 2022). I also do work with aphantasia (people who can't visualise imagery in their mind) and developmental co-ordination disorder (people who have trouble with movement).

I am also interested in how we perceive a face when it is viewed with other faces nearby. This can often lead to a phenomenon called a cheerleader or friend effect, where the presence of others can make us appear more attractive or trustworthy. My recent paper (Burns et al., 2021, Cognition) drew many of these effects together in a framework that will help authors understand the myriad of influences on such phenomena.

Please get in touch with me at [email protected] if you have any questions about my work, or would like to study for a fully funded PhD (open to candidates worldwide). PhD applications are often open near closing dates in January or summer.

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Eedy Sana

PhD Candidate, Geotechnical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Mandi
I am a doctoral student at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Mandi. I hold a masters degree in Geotechnical Engineering, which I completed with distinction from the National Institute of Technology Silchar in 2022.

My PhD research is focused on the problems encompassing construction of roads in hilly areas particularly in Himachal Pradesh and the analysis of landslides resulting from combined effect of rainfall and non-engineered road cuts.

My interest lies in understanding the complex interplay between the environment and civil engineering in the context of hilly terrains. Through my research, I aim to contribute to the sustainable development of infrastructure in these challenging areas.

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Eerke Boiten

Director of University of Kent's Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research www.cybersec.kent.ac.uk. Research in formal methods (new book: Refinement in Z and Object Z 2nd edition, Springer 2014).

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Efrem Castelnuovo

Associate Professor Efrem Castelnuovo joined the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research in 2014.

Prior to joining the Melbourne Institute, Efrem has held positions at the University of Padova, and has taught at the Universities of Oxford, Bologna, Brescia, Rome Tor Vergata, and the Halle Institute for Economic Research.

Efrem earned a PhD in Economics from the Bocconi University (2004), and has been Associated Editor of the Journal of Applied Econometrics since 2013. His research agenda centres on the role of nonlinearities for the transmission of structural shocks, the identification of common factors across countries, and the empirical validation of structural DSGE models.

He has published his research in a number of international journals, including the Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Economic Journal, Journal of Applied Econometrics, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Macroeconomic Dynamics, Journal of International Money and Finance, and Economics Letters.

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