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Jonathan Graffam O'Meara

Tutor in Theatre, The University of Melbourne
Jonathan Graffam-O’Meara is a Tutor in Theatre at the Victorian College of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, The University of Melbourne. He is an actor, writer and dramaturg with over 20 years of professional experience in the industry. Jonathan is completing a PhD in Theatre at Monash University with a project titled “Fat Dramaturgies: Queer strategies and methodologies in staging fat performance”, where he looks at examples of radical body size politics (embodied fatness) onstage. He specialises in the field of contemporary dramaturgy and popular performance.

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Jonathan J. Kasparek

Professor of history, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Jonathan Kasparek is professor of history at the Waukesha campus of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he has taught since 2004. He earned a Ph.D. in U. S. History with a minor in Folklore from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and specializes in Wisconsin and Midwestern history and public history. Prior to joining the faculty, he worked in the public history division of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin and was part of the interdisciplinary team working on the restoration of the Wisconsin State Capitol. Dr. Kasparek is the author of Fighting Son: A Biography of Philip F. La Follette (2006) and Proxmire: Bulldog of the Senate (2019) both published by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Since 2021 he has been the book review editor for Middle West Review.

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Jonathan Joseph Cannon

Assistant Professor of Psychology/Neuroscience/Behavior, McMaster University
Wrote dissertation on mathematical models of brain oscillations, did postdoctoral work in both models of neuronal homeostasis and cognitive neuroscience of autism, currently researching rhythmic timing in the brain and mind. Moonlights as a semi-professional violinist and guitarist in various folk traditions.

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Jonathan K. Pokorski

Professor of Nanoengineering, University of California, San Diego
Jonathan K. Pokorski received his doctoral degree in organic chemistry from Northwestern University in 2007, where he designed, synthesized, and tested diverse peptidomimetic systems for use in medical diagnostics and therapeutics. Following his Ph.D. studies, Pokorski moved to The Scripps Research Institute, where he used both chemical and genetic engineering of viral nanoparticles to synthesize novel drug delivery systems. During his postdoctoral training, Pokorski first earned an NIH Ruth Kirschstein fellowship and later secured an NIH Pathway to Independence Award.

Prior to his appointment at UC San Diego in 2018, Pokorski began his independent career as an Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University in the department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering. Pokorski was a finalist for the prestigious John Diekhoff graduate mentoring award at CWRU from 2013 to 2017, was named an ACS PRF new investigator, and is a Kavli fellow. Research in the Pokorski lab is funded through grants from the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, and the American Chemical Society.

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Jonathan L. Carrivick

Academic, University of Leeds
My research interests focus on earth surface processes and landforms in polar, arctic and alpine environments. I focus especially on the processes and products of glacial outburst floods or ‘jökulhlaups’.

My areas of expertise include geomorphology, specifically cold climate earth surface processes and landforms and high-magnitude fluvial processes (glacial outburst floods and bedrock channels).

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Jonathan M. King

Assistant Professor of Political Science, West Virginia University
Jonathan M. King is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science, which he joined shortly after receiving his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 2023. His teaching interests focus on American judicial institutions, including courses on constitutional law and judicial politics and process.

Professor King's research broadly examines how judges are nominated and confirmed to the U.S. federal judiciary, how their personal attributes influence what they do when they are on the bench, and how the public then views their decisions.

PhD, Michigan State University, 2023

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Jonathan M. Wooding

Honorary Professor, University of Sydney
I am an honorary Professor of Celtic Studies at the University of Sydney. I specialise in early religious history of the Celtic nations. I also have a special interest in seafaring; its history and literary representation.

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Jong Eun Lee

Assistant Professor, North Greenville University
In 2009, I received B.A. in Political Science at the American University School of Public Affairs (SPA)
In 2011, I received M.A. in Political Science at Fordham University.
In 2018, I received M.Phil in International Relations at the American University School of International Service (SIS).
In 2023, I received Ph.D. in International Relations from the American University School of International Service.

Currently, I am an assistant professor of political science at North Greenville University.

From 2011 to 2014, I served as an intelligence officer in the Republic of Korea Air Force.

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Joni Carroll

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy and Therapeutics, University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Joni Carroll is an Assistant Professor within the Community Leadership and Innovation in Practice (CLIP) Center at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, and she also serves as a Lead Pharmacist with the Allegheny County Health Department. Dr. Carroll's research is motivated by what she sees in practice – the unfortunate, fragmented healthcare that people receive, the health disparities that exist, and the unmatched accessibility and potential of community-based pharmacists to help people live their healthiest lives possible. Dr. Carroll utilizes implementation and dissemination science principles to assist community-based pharmacists with 1) their roles as public health providers and 2) building sustainable, equitable pharmacist-led patient care services. As a pharmacist and researcher, Dr. Carroll is passionate about bringing patients and stakeholders into the research and implementation process - not simply as research subjects, but as partners.

Dr. Carroll recently received funding to implement widespread anti-stigma education surrounding opioid use disorder for pharmacists, student pharmacists and pharmacy technicians; and for the development of a community pharmacist practice-based research network in Pennsylvania. Other recent projects focus on implementing pharmacist-led public health initiatives, such as COVID-19 vaccines and oral antivirals, community pharmacy test-to-treat programs for sexually transmitted infections, and the exploration of pharmacists' roles in emergency preparedness and medical countermeasures planning. Through the CLIP Center, Dr. Carroll mentors a variety of, students, residents, and fellows on projects relating to community pharmacy practice development and community pharmacists roles in public health and health equity. She currently serves as the director for PittPharmacy's Public Health Pharmacy Fellowship. In addition to her research and teaching, Dr. Carroll also provides direct patient care for patients with tuberculosis within the Allegheny County Health Department’s Pulmonary Clinic.

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Joni Williams Splett

Associate Professor of School Psychology, University of Florida
Joni Williams Splett is an Associate Professor of School Psychology at the University of Florida's College of Education, Director of the UF Prevention and Intervention Network, and a Licensed Psychologist. Her work seeks to improve how schools best meet youths' mental health needs, especially those youth from marginalized backgrounds or for which accessing mental health care is a challenge. Her work is funded by the National Institute of Justice, National Institutes of Health, Institute for Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education’s Offices of Elementary and Secondary Education, as well as Special Education Programs, and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, among others. Dr. Splett teaches social-emotional intervention and assessment courses, as well as supervising undergraduate and graduate students' research experiences.

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Jonn Axsen

Jonn Axsen employs interdisciplinary and mixed-method research approaches to identify solutions for today’s enormous environmental challenge: mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, of which almost a quarter arise from ground transportation. His research demonstrates that such solutions require an understanding of individual decision-making, social systems and culture, technology development, and public policy.

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Jonne Silonsaari

Doctoral Researcher in Urban Planning, University of Amsterdam
I am an expert and a Doctoral Researcher in sociology, urban planning and health promotion. Before my academic career I worked in leading national and international sport governing bodies. My research focuses on children and young peoples mobility and right to the city.

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Jonny Hanson

Research Fellow, Political Ecology, Queen's University Belfast
Jonny is an academic and award-winning social entrepreneur who set up and managed Northern Ireland’s first community-owned farm. Raised between Malawi, Africa, and Monaghan, Ireland, he has a PhD in snow leopard conservation from the University of Cambridge and is an Associate of the Snow Leopard Conservancy.

Jonny is currently a research fellow in the ARK social policy hub at Queen's University Belfast, where he studies the social aspects of conservation and agriculture, and how these relate to other social processes, including tourism and enterprise.

His first book, 'Coexistence: learning to live with lynx, wolves and bears', is out with Pelagic in early 2025.

www.jonnyhanson.com
@jonnyhhanson

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Jonny Hunt

Senior Lecturer in Applied Social Science, University of Bedfordshire
Jonny Hunt is a senior lecturer in Applied Social Science - Childhood & Youth Studies at the University of Bedfordshire. For the past 20 years Jonny has worked in relationship and sex education (RSE), working directly with children, young people and the professionals who support them. Jonny is author of "Sex Ed' for Grown Ups: How to talk to children and young people about sex and relationships" available through Routledge.

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Jonny Steinberg

Senior lecturer in African Studies, Yale University
Jonny Steinberg is the author of several books about everyday life in the wake of South Africa’s transition to democracy. A two-time winner of South Africa’s premier nonfiction award and an inaugural winner of the Donald Windham-Sandy M. Campbell Literature Prize, Steinberg was professor of African Studies at Oxford University and currently teaches at Yale and at the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (WiSER) in Johannesburg.

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Jonquil Lowe

Lecturer in Personal Finance, The Open University

Also a personal finance practitioner, working with a variety of independent, consumer-facing organisations and financial services providers, including the Money Advice Service, Which? and Royal London, carrying out consultancy, commissioned research, authoring financial capability materials and creating interactive financial capability tools.

Past head of Money Research Group at Consumers' Association/Which? and past editor of research journal, Consumer Policy Review (Blackwell's/Consumers' Association).

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Joonsoo Sean Lyeo

Research Associate, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Joonsoo is a recent graduate from the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health, and a current research associate with the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. In addition to holding a MPH from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, he also holds a BHSc from McMaster University.

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Joop Schippers

Professor of Labour Economics, Utrecht University
Joop Schippers is a full professor of Labour Economics at Universiteit Utrecht (The Netherlands) and one of the coordinators of the Future of Work hub. Throughout his career he worked on issues regarding labour market inequality by gender and age, looking for explanations from different angles, like human capital, discrimination and the role of institutions. Earlier he served as the PI of the European project Activating Senior Potential in Ageing Europe (ASPA). Currently, his focus is on labour market shortages and lifelong learning and development. Next to his teaching and research he has always been active in dissemination of his research and policy advice.

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Jordan Awan

Assistant Professor of Statistics, Purdue University
My primary research interest is in data privacy, where the goal is to publish meaningful statistical results on sensitive datasets, without compromising the privacy of the participants in the dataset. In particular, I mostly work in the framework of differential privacy, which has been adopted by a number of tech companies as well as the US Census. Some data privacy problems that I am particularly interested in are 1) performing valid statistical inference subject to privacy constraints (e.g., confidence intervals, hypothesis tests, posterior inference), 2) designing privacy-aware algorithms for a variety of tasks (e.g., functional data analysis, topological data analysis), and 3) foundations of data privacy (e.g., definitions of privacy, optimizing basic privacy mechanisms)

I also work with a variety of scientists as an applied Statistician on problems related to 1) diagnosing and treating voice disorders, 2) developing novel methods of low-cost spirometry, and 3) studying the basic laws of physics.

Before transitioning to Statistics, I worked on dicrete mathematics problems in graph theory, matroid theory, and discrete geometries.

I studied at Clarion University from 2011-2014, earning a B.S. in Mathematics. After this, I completed a M.A. in Mathematics at Brandeis University in 2016 under the advisement of Dr. Olivier Bernardi. In May of 2020, I completed my Ph.D. in Statistics at Penn State University, advised by Dr. Aleksandra Slavkovic and Dr. Matthew Reimherr. Currently I am an Assistant Professor of Statistics at Purdue University. I also work as a differential privacy consultant for the federal non-profit, MITRE.

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Jordan Bakhsh

Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Deakin University
Jordan is an Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Deakin Business School at Deakin University and is a member of the Centre for Sport Research.

Jordan's research focuses on advancing the knowledge and practice of how organisations can strategically leverage mega events to create social and sustainable impacts for individuals, organisations, and society. His research has helped shape national policies around mega event bidding and social value for communities. Jordan has collaborated with various community, state/province, national, international, and professional sport organisations in Oceania, North America, and Europe, such as Sport Canada, Football Australia, and FIFA.

Currently, Jordan is leading a collaborative project with the Victoria Office for Women in Sport and Recreation to advance women and girls' sport leadership in community sport clubs. He is also leading a collaborative project with FIFA, Football Australia, and New Zealand Football investigating the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup co-hosting, leveraging strategy, and social impacts.

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Jordan Ragusa

Associate Professor and Associate Chair of Department of Political Science, College of Charleston
Jordan Ragusa joined the department of Political Science at the College of Charleston in 2011 and became Associate Chair of the department in 2019. Dr. Ragusa has a Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of Florida and a B.S. in secondary education from Bowling Green State University in Ohio.

Dr. Ragusa’s research and teaching focus on both American and South Carolina politics, the Congress, political parties, elections, political economy, and statistical methods for the social sciences.

Dr. Ragusa is the author of two books: "Congress in Reverse: Repeals from Reconstruction to the Present" (University of Chicago Press, with Nate Birkhead) and "First in the South: Why the South Carolina Presidential Primary Matters" (University of South Carolina Press, with Gibbs Knotts). He has published in the journals: Political Research Quarterly, Perspectives on Politics, American Politics Research, Political Science Quarterly, Journal of Political Science, Research & Politics, and the Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties.

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Jordan Stanger-Ross

Professor, History and Director, Past Wrongs, Future Choices, University of Victoria
My research and teaching focus on immigration, race, and inequality in twentieth century North America. For 8 years, I directed director of Landscapes of Injustice, a 7-year multi-sector and community-engaged project to research and tell the history of the forced sale of Japanese-Canadian-owned property during the 1940s (www.landscapesofinjustice.com). I am now Co-Director, with Audrey Kobayashi, of Past Wrongs, Future Choices, a partnership linking histories of internment, incarceration, dispossession, and exile of people of Japanese descent across allied countries in the 1940s.

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Jordan Sutcliffe

Assistant Professor, Military Psychology and Leadership, Royal Military College of Canada
Jordan Sutcliffe is an Assistant Professor studying emotion regulation, family dynamics, and positive youth development in sport and physical activity contexts. His current projects examine how family members help youth athletes regulate emotional experiences. Jordan is also an avid sport sampler himself, and previously played Varsity Football at the University of Ottawa.

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Jordi Calvet-Bademunt

Research Fellow and Visiting Scholar of Political Science, Vanderbilt University
Jordi is a Research Fellow at The Future of Free Speech and a Visiting Scholar at Vanderbilt University. His research focuses on free speech in the digital space. Jordi has almost a decade of experience as a policy analyst at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development and as an associate in leading European law firms. Jordi has been a fellow at the Internet Society and holds a Master’s in public administration from Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts), where he specialized in tech and AI policy. While at Harvard, Jordi supported the former chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, two former senior Department of Justice officials, and the former Chair of the MIT Economics Department with the organization of a year-long seminar series on tech policy. He also holds a Master of Law from the College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium) and two Bachelor of Laws and Business Administration from Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona, Spain).

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Jordi Honey-Rosés

Urban planning, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Dr. Jordi Honey-Rosés is a Senior Researcher at the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (ICTA-UAB). He is an environmental planner (University of Illinois, PhD) specialized in impact evaluation. He joined ICTA-UAB after eight years at the School of Community and Regional Planning at the University of British Columbia (2013-2021) where he was Associate Professor with tenure. He has published widely on urban experiments and impact evaluation in leading international scientific journals and his teaching has been recognized with the prestigious University Killam Teaching Award. He has university degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and a Master in Public Policy (MPP) from the Harvard Kennedy School.

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Jordi Perales Pons

Profesor asociado Estudios Psicología y Ciencias de la Educación, UOC - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

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Jordi Recasens Guinjuan

Catedrático de Botánica Agrícola y Malherbología, Universitat de Lleida
Jordi Recasens Guinjuan es Catedrático de Botánica Agrícola y Malherbología de la Universitat de Lleida e investigador del centro CERCA-Agrotecnio. Ha sido Presidente de la Sociedad Española de Malherbología (2007-2010), Vicepresidente de la Asociación Española de Sanidad Vegetal (2012-2017) y miembro de la Junta Directiva de la European Weed Research Society (2012-2014). Su linea de investigación se centra en estudios sobre ecología y manejo de malas hierbas en sistemas agrícolas. Ha dirigido varios proyectos de investigación, de convocatorias europeas y nacionales, y publicado varios libros y artículos científicos en el campo de la ecología vegetal y la malherbología.

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Jordy Kaufman

Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology
Dr Jordy Kaufman is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Swinburne University of Technology. His research focuses on the intersection of child development and technology, exploring how children interact with and learn from various technologies such as virtual reality, touchscreens, video chat, and robots.

Dr Kaufman's studies, which employ a range of methods, including behavioural experiments, event-related high-density EEG, neuroimaging, and surveys, provide a nuanced understanding of children's engagement with technology. This research contributes to our understanding of child development in the digital age; and, in doing so, informs educational practices and policy.

As part of his research program, Dr Kaufman has led multiple projects for the Australian Department of Education and Training, focusing on enhancing children's learning experiences through technology. These projects bridge the gap between academic research and real-world applications, demonstrating the potential of technology to transform learning experiences.

While grounded in psychology, the work conducted in Dr Kaufman's research program intersects with technology and education. This interdisciplinary approach and dedication to applying research to real-world challenges contribute to the evolving dialogue on innovation in education and child development, reflecting the dynamic nature of the field.

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Jörg Krieger

Associate Professor for Sport and Social Science, Aarhus University
Jörg Krieger is an Associate Professor in Sport and Social Science at Aarhus University, Denmark. He also holds a Professor II position at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences. He is the Head of the International Network for Doping Research and the Chair of the Sport & Society Research Network.

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Jorge González-Cruz

Professor of Atmospheric & Environmental Sciences, University at Albany, State University of New York
Prof. González earned his Doctorate (1994) and Bachelor (1988) degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and from the University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, respectively. He joined The City College of New York faculty in 2008 after tenures at Santa Clara University, California, as Professor and David Packard Scholar, and as Chairman and Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez. He teaches and conducts research in urban energy sustainability, urban weather and climate, urban remote sensing, and regional climate modeling and analysis.

Professor González holds several patents in solar energy equipment, aerosol detection, and energy forecasting for buildings, and was recognized as a prominent young researcher by the National Science Foundation with a prestigious CAREER Award. He has authored or co-authored more than 100 peer-reviewed publications, has delivered 100s of conference presentations, and his research has attracted more than $40M in external funding.

He is a Fellow Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME), and Former Vice-Chairman of the American Meteorological Society Board on the Urban Environment. He was appointed in 2015 by the Mayor of the City as Member of the Climate Change Panel for the City of New York, and more recently as Senior Visiting Scientist of the Beijing Institute of Urban Meteorology and of Brookhaven National Laboratory. He is the coeditor of the ASME Handbook of Integrated and Sustainable Buildings Equipment and Systems, and was named this year 2019 as the Founding Editor of the newest ASME Journal of Engineering for Sustainable Buildings and Cities.

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Jorge Heine

Interim Director of the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, Boston University
Ambassador Jorge Heine is a lawyer, IR scholar and diplomat with a special interest in the international politics of the Global South. He was most recently a Public Policy Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington D.C. (2018-2019). He has served as ambassador of Chile to China (2014-2017), to India (2003-2007) and to South Africa (1994-1999), and as a Cabinet Minister in the Chilean Government. A past Vice-President of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), he was CIGI Professor of Global Governance at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, Wilfrid Laurier University, from 2007 to 2017, and a Distinguished Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). He has been a Guggenheim Fellow; a Visiting Fellow at St Antony’s College, Oxford University; a United Nations Research Fellow at the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC); a Visiting Professor of Political Science at the University of Konstanz; and the Pablo Neruda Visiting Professor of Latin American Studies at the University of Paris.

He is currently a non-resident Wilson Center Global Fellow at The Wilson Center in Washington D.C., a non-resident Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for China and Globalization (CCG) in Beijing, and an Honorary Visiting Professor of International Relations at the University of Sichuan in Chengdu. He has been a consultant to the United Nations, the Ford Foundation, the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Trinidad & Tobago Ministry of External Affairs, Oxford Analytica and Frost & Sullivan. A past president of the Caribbean Studies Association and of the Chilean Political Science Association, he served on the board of the Institute of International Relations (IIR) of the University of the West Indies, and was the first chair of the jury for the Luciano Tomassini International Relations Award of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) in 2011-2012.

He is on the editorial board of Diplomacy & Foreign Policy, World Affairs, Estudios Internacionales, Pensamiento Propio and the South African Journal of International Affairs. He has published fifteen books, including 21st Century Democracy Promotion in the Americas (with B. Weiffen, Routledge, 2015); the Oxford Handbook of Modern Diplomacy (with A. Cooper and R.Thakur, Oxford University Press, 2013,2015); and The Dark Side of Globalization (with R.Thakur, UN University Press, 2011), and some 100 journal articles and book chapters. An active commentator on current affairs, he is frequently interviewed by international media and has written for The New York Times, the Washington Post and the International Herald Tribune. He holds a law degree from the University of Chile, a B.Phil. in Modern Political Analysis from York University in England and an M.A. and a PhD in Political Science from Stanford University in California.

Ambassador Heine’s areas of expertise include diplomatic studies, international relations, international politics of the global south, foreign policies of rising powers, globalization, multilateralism, democracy promotion, democratic transitions, transitional justice, as well as China, India, and Latin America.

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Jorge Castro Gutiérrez

Catedrático de Ecología, Universidad de Granada

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Jorge Herrera de la Cruz

Profesor Contratado Doctor. Departamento de Matemáticas y Ciencia de Datos, Universidad CEU San Pablo

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Jorge L. Contreras

James T. Jensen Endowed Professor for Transactional Law and Director, Program on Intellectual Property and Technology Law, University of Utah
Jorge L. Contreras is the James T. Jensen Endowed Professor for Transactional Law and Director of the Program on Intellectual Property and Technology Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, with a secondary appointment in the Department of Human Genetics, University of Utah School of Medicine. Professor Contreras’s research focuses on intellectual property, technical standards, antitrust law and science policy. He is the editor or author of twelve books and more than 150 scholarly articles and chapters. During his career he has served on advisory committees of the US National Institutes of Health, the National Academies of Science, and as Co-Chair of the National Conference of Lawyers and Scientists. Professor Contreras’s award-winning book, The Genome Defense: Inside the Epic Legal Battle to Determine Who Owns Your DNA (NY: Hachette/Algonquin, 2021), which has received praise from media outlets from the New York Times and Wall St. Journal to Nature and Law360, describes the landmark civil rights litigation that ended gene patenting in America. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School (JD) and Rice University (BSEE, BA), and an elected member of the American Law Institute.

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Jorge Lorenzo Lacruz

Profesor de Geografía Física, Universidad de La Rioja
Licenciado en Geografía por la Universidad de Zaragoza (2008), Máster en Sistemas de Información Geográfica y Teledetección (Universidad de Zaragoza, 2010), y Doctor por la Universidad de Zaragoza con premio extraordinario (2012).

Como profesor he impartido 8 cursos académicos en estudios de Licenciatura, Grado y Máster en la Universidad de Zaragoza, la Universitat de les Illes Balears y la Universidad de La Rioja. He codirigido una Tesis Doctoral, tutorizado un Trabajo Fin de Máster y una decena de Trabajos de Fin de Grado.

Mi trayectoria investigadora se ha centrado en las interacciones entre el clima y los procesos hidrológicos, evaluando la influencia de la variabilidad climática en la disponibilidad de recursos hídricos, con especial énfasis en los fenómenos extremos, como sequías e inundaciones. En los últimos años he ampliado el foco de atención hacia la interacción entre la variabilidad climática y los niveles de los acuíferos. He colaborado activamente en líneas de investigación relacionadas, como los impactos hidrológicos de los patrones atmosféricos, la hidro-climatología de áreas de montaña y el desarrollo y test de distintos índices de sequía climática e hidrológica. Los resultados de estas investigaciones se han publicado en una cuarentena de artículos en revistas internacionales.

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