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Nnenna Ike

Research Assistant, Griffith Aviation, Griffith University
Nnenna is an active researcher in the areas of aviation management and technology, organisational risks and resilience, and project management.

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Noah Kaufman

Research Scholar in Climate Economics, Columbia University
Noah Kaufman is an economist who has worked on energy and climate change policy in both the public and private sectors. Under President Biden, he served as a Senior Economist at the Council of Economic Advisers.

Under President Obama, Noah served as the Deputy Associate Director of Energy & Climate Change at the White House Council on Environmental Quality. At World Resource Institute, Noah led projects on carbon pricing, the economic impacts of climate policies, and long-term decarbonization strategies. Previously, he was a Senior Consultant in the Environment Practice of NERA Economic Consulting.

Noah received his BS in economics from Duke University, and his PhD and MS in economics from the University of Texas at Austin, where his dissertation examined optimal policy responses to climate change.

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Noah Kofi Karley

Dr Karley obtained an MPhil and PhD in the field of Land Economy from University of Cambridge in 2002. Prior to that, he graduated in 1992 with BA (Hons) degree in Economics and Geography from University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana. In 1996, he achieved a First Class Master of Commerce in Economics from University of Zululand, South Africa; and in 2001, he obtained a Certificate for International Housing Finance Programme from Wharton School in the University of Philadelphia in the US. Dr Karley is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, United Kingdom.

Dr Karley has a great deal of teaching and research experience in different countries including the United Kingdom (Cambridge University and Heriot Watt), South Africa and Ghana. Since March 2006 he has been a regular visiting lecturer to the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics in China. Dr Karley has experience of researching property & urban systems from an interdisciplinary (but predominantly economic) perspective. He has particular skills in using quantitative methods in assembling economic datasets at different spatial scales and analysis of property and housing market data. In the past, he has received research grants from various sources including the Scottish Government, RICS and ODPM, and has published research outputs in books and peer reviewed journals.

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Noah Snyder-Mackler

Research in the Snyder-Mackler (SMack) lab in the School of Life Sciences and Center for Evolution and Medicine at Arizona State University sits at the nexus of the social environment and the genome. We use molecular genetic techniques to probe the dynamic interaction between the social environment and the genome with the aim of understanding the fitness consequences of behavioral variation.

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Noah Walker-Crawford

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Political Science, UCL
As well as his UCL role, Noah is a Research Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute of the London School of Economics. He is a publicly-engaged researcher on climate change and climate litigation. He holds a PhD in social anthropology from the University of Manchester. During his PhD, Noah spent a semester at the Harvard Kennedy School as a Visiting Research Fellow in the Program on Science, Technology and Society. Alongside academic work, he is engaged in climate justice advocacy.

Noah’s work focuses on the knowledges and notions of responsibility at stake in discussions about climate change. His research follows climate justice claims between climate change impacts, courts and UN climate summits from an ethnographic perspective, exploring how legal activism reframes climate politics.

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Noam Vogt-Vincent

DPhil Candidate in Earth Sciences, University of Oxford
Noam is a DPhil (PhD) Candidate in the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, researching marine dispersal around islands in the western Indian Ocean using state-of-the-art numerical models.

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Noël Amenc

Professeur de finance, EDHEC Business School
Noël Amenc, PhD, est professeur de finance et doyen associé à la Direction du Développement de l'EDHEC Business School et directeur général fondateur de Scientific Beta.

Discipline : Finance
Expertise : Management des risques financiers, Placements alternatifs, Analyse du rendement financier

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Noël Brunetière

Directeur de recherche, Université de Poitiers

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Noel Cressie

Distinguished Professor of Statistics, University of Wollongong
Noel Cressie is a Distinguished Professor at the University of Wollongong, Australia, and Director of its Centre for Environmental Informatics in the National Institute for Applied Statistics Research Australia (NIASRA). His research interests are in data science; spatio-temporal statistics; hierarchical Bayesian modelling and computation; environmental informatics; remote sensing. He is an author and co-author of four books and more than 300 peer-reviewed articles. Noel is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, of the Royal Society of New South Wales, and a number of other learned societies.

Google Scholar page: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=BTVSL8cAAAAJ&hl=en

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Noel Morada

Director (Regional Diplomacy and Capacity Building) Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, The University of Queensland
Dr Noel M. Morada is former Professor of Political Science at the University of the Philippines Diliman and was a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at the Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC. In 2005, he was commissioned by the Canadian Embassy in Manila to undertake research on responses to R2P in Southeast Asia from which a R2P Roadmap in the region was published and has served as a guide to the work of the Centre. He has been engaging stakeholders in Southeast Asia as part of his work in the Centre and has conducted lectures and seminars on R2P for government officials, civil society groups, and academia in Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, The Philippines, and Thailand. He is an advocate of a bottom-up approach in building awareness and constituency around R2P in the region, focusing on the importance of Pillar 1 (prevention) and Pillar 2 (capacity building) of the norm. He has also delivered lectures on atrocities prevention and participated in various seminars, conferences, and public forums in Australia and Southeast Asia, as well as in New York, Geneva, Johannesburg, Rio de Janeiro, and Costa Rica among others. He has also organised and delivered lectures in education and training seminars for diplomats in Africa (between 2011-2013). In 2018, he delivered lectures on R2P and atrocities prevention in training seminars in Bangkok in cooperation with Mahidol University's Institute for Human Rights and Peace Studies; and in Auschwitz, Poland under the Global Raphael Lemkin Seminar on Genocide Prevention organised by the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation.

Apart from his research and advocacy on R2P, he is also involved in regional security research and dialogue specifically dealing with terrorism, maritime security, and non-traditional security issues in Southeast Asia. He has also done research and publication on ASEAN external relations, the ASEAN Regional Forum and cooperative security in the Asia Pacific, as well as human security and human development in the region.

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Noel D. Preece

Adjunct Asssociate Professor, James Cook University
Adjunct Associate Professor, James Cook University
Adjunct Associate Professor, Charles Darwin University
Director (non-Executive), Terrain NRM Ltd
Director, Biome5 Pty Ltd

I am a Terrestrial Ecologist with 40 years experience in tropical, arid, temperate and alpine management, research and consulting. Principal Environmental Scientist and Director of private consulting firms for over 25 years working in northern and central Australia. I also ran Discovery Ecotours for 13 years in central and northern Australia.

I have broad interests in northern Australia, including fire ecology, savanna management, biodiversity, natural resource management, indigenous ecological knowledge and natural resource management in the savanna region, carbon sequestration and mitigation through reforestation, savanna burning and soil carbon sequestration.

I now live in far north Queensland, and with a team have established a major reforestation project on our property for carbon and biodiversity. The plantings are designed as a fully replicated experiment, examining carbon sequestration, planting methods, soil carbon sequestration processes and a host of related studies into natural recruitment, costs of planting and maintaining, vertebrate colonisation, dung beetles, bees and flies.

PhD (CDU) on Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and Land Management, MSc (Zoology, UQ) on arid fauna and habitats, BSc Earth Sciences & Ecology (MacqU).

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Noel Gutiérrez Brizuela

Ph.D. Candidate in Physical Oceanography, University of California, San Diego
Noel Gutiérrez Brizuela is a Ph.D. student at the University of California, San Diego, with a background in physics and research focused on Internal waves and ocean mixing, tropical oceanography and nonlinear dynamical systems.

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Noha Aziz-Ezzat Gomaa

Assistant Professor, Dental Public Health and Oral Medicine, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University
Dr. Noha A. Gomaa is an Assistant Professor in the Divisions of Dental Public Health and Oral Medicine at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University, and a Scientist at the Children's Health Research Institute, London, Ontario. Her research investigates the impact of socio-environmental factors on oral diseases and related non-communicable chronic conditions over the life-course, and evaluates clinical and policy interventions that aim to improve these conditions in various populations. Noha completed her PhD and Fellowship in Public Health Policy at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, followed by a Clinician-Scientist Fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. She takes special interest in knowledge synthesis and mobilization and has previously worked with government agencies on issues of oral health care policy for underserved populations and professionalism in dentistry.

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Nomathemba Chandiwana

Principal Scientist at Ezintsha,, University of the Witwatersrand
Dr Nomathemba Chandiwana is the principal scientist at Ezintsha, University of the Witwatersrand, specialising in leading clinical trials investigating better, safer, and cost-effective antiretroviral treatment options, particularly among women who represent the majority of people with HIV in Africa and globally. Through the experience gained from HIV clinical research, she is the researcher director at the Restonic-Ezintsha Sleep Clinic, where her recent work has been on research and advocacy into emerging health concerns among people with HIV -- obesity and obstructive sleep apnoea.

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Nomi Claire Lazar

Associate Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa
I'm a political theorist with an interdisciplinary background in law, politics, and philosophy. One stream of my work focuses on crisis government and states of emergency: my first book was 'States of Emergency in Liberal Democracies' (Cambridge, 2009/13). Other streams of research focus on political temporality, political rhetoric, and political legitimacy : these came together in my second book 'Out of Joint: Power, Crisis, and the Rhetoric of Time' (Yale, 2019). My current work also engages the role of pleasure in political thought, and I'm at work on a third book for a mass audience on apocalyptic politics.

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Nomsa Mahlalela

Researcher, University of the Witwatersrand

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Nonthapat Pulsiri

Chercheur post-doctorant en stratégie, innovation et entrepreneuriat, Chaire Sirius, TBS Education
Nonthapat PULSIRI est chercheur post-doctorant à Toulouse Business School et La Chaire Sirius (France). Ses intérêts de recherche actuels portent sur la dynamique de l'industrie, l'économétrie, la prospective stratégique, la gestion de l'innovation stratégique et la durabilité. Il est auteur de plusieurs articles dans le secteur spatial et gère des projets gouvernementaux dans le monde entier.

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Noor Mirza

Researcher, Balsillie School of International Affairs
Noor Mirza completed her Master’s of Global Governance candidate at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, in Waterloo Ontario. She did her B.A in Political Science and History (co-operative education) with a specialization in Global Governance and a French minor from the University of Waterloo. Her research interests relate to international relations in the Middle East and South Asia, with a focus on war and conflict post 9/11, and the political effects of conflict in these regions. Noor completed an Honour’s thesis during her undergraduate studies under the supervision of Dr. Aaron Ettinger, which looked at the ideological considerations which shape foreign policy practises, especially those which resulted in the invasion of Iraq in 2001. Her thesis surveyed the relationship of the Clash of Civilizations thesis to post 9/11 foreign policy and the treatment of political verbiage to frame not only said conflict, but how foreign policy practioners articulated solutions to deal with it. She is also interested in how multilateral institutions can shape what the international response to crisis is. She recently attended the International Monetary Fund/World Bank spring meetings as a Fellow of Washington D.C based think tank, New Rules for Global Finance and is interested in exploring loan restructuring, and development in the Middle East and South Asia.

Noor completed another Honour’s thesis in History in her final year of undergraduate studies under the supervision of Dr. Andrew Hunt, which looked at the rise of populism in the United States during the presidency of Andrew Jackson, and the subsequent birth of Jacksonianism. This thesis explored the relationship between Jacksonian political thought and republicanism and the rise of Donald Trump in relation with Jacksonian principles.

Noor was a Research Analyst at the Ministry of Canadian Heritage and worked within an advisory team to the Minister of Canadian Heritage regarding Frankfurt Book Fair and Canada as Guest of Honor country in 2020. She also served on a team providing considerations on the China-Canada Free Trade Agreement.

She served as the President of the Political Science Student Association and the Vice President of the Arts Student Union during her undergraduate studies and was the Co-op Ambassador for the University of Waterloo’s Federation of Students. She is the Editor in Chief of the Political Science Undergraduate Journal, a flagship project of the Political Science Student Association.

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Nooshin Torabi

Lecturer, Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University
Dr Nooshin Torabi is an interdisciplinary social scientist with experience in undertaking both quantitative and qualitative research in RMIT since 2011.

Nooshin has been involved with various interdisciplinary research projects that included multi stakeholders’ engagement. Her research and teaching focus is environmental policy and governance, climate change responses, communicating sustainability and energy justice.

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Nora Campbell

PhD Candidate, UNSW Sydney
I am a PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales. I study the behavioural ecology of macropods, focusing on how kangaroo behaviour is affected by various environmental and social pressures.

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Nora Casson

Canada Research Chair in Environmental Influences on Water Quality, University of Winnipeg
Canada is teeming with lakes, streams, and wetlands. Clean, healthy fresh waters support biodiversity and provide extensive health, economic, and cultural benefits to Canadian communities. However, rates of climate change in northern boreal regions are among the highest anywhere on Earth. Rising temperatures, changes to precipitation, and declining snow cover will fundamentally alter how water and chemicals move through the environment, and could threaten our valuable aquatic resources.

How will environmental pressures, including climate change, impact water quality? Dr. Nora Casson and her team are working to unravel relationships between water and nutrient cycling, to understand how patterns and processes vary across the landscape and how human activities impact the surface waters that drain forested ecosystems.

A robust understanding of the environmental controls on nutrient cycling in the boreal region is critical for informing decision-making aimed at safeguarding water quality. Dr. Casson's research expands our understanding of how human activities impact boreal ecosystems by diving deep into the mechanisms that underpin observed changes and also by looking broadly at controls on regional-scale patterns. Through interdisciplinary collaboration with researchers, practitioners, and decision-makers, the results of Dr. Casson’s research inform management decisions to protect ecosystems and water quality.

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Norin Arshed

Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Strathclyde

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Norma Hilton

Global Journalism Fellow, University of Toronto
Norma Hilton is an independent journalist covering everything from murder suicides to K-pop. She is a Global Journalism fellow and Investigative Journalism Bureau reporter at the University of Toronto.

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Norman Owen-Smith

Emeritus Research Professor of African Ecology, University of the Witwatersrand
Norman Owen-Smith was Research Professor in African Ecology at Wits University until his retirement, and continues to be actively involved in research in this field. His research focus has been particularly on the ecology of large mammalian herbivores and their interactions with vegetation in African savanna ecosystems.

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Noura Insolera

Assistant Research Scientist, University of Michigan
Noura Insolera is an Assistant Research Scientist at the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. She leads the Education and Outreach team for the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Dr. Insolera’s research focuses on health, educational, and socioeconomic outcomes of income inequality and the social and economic factors that can ameliorate its effects. Her interdisciplinary approach to this subject connects sociology and economics with public health and survey research in order to obtain a comprehensive life course perspective.

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Nourchen Ben Fatma

Lecturer at the National School of Architecture and Urbanism, Université de Carthage
Dr Nourchen Ben Fatma is an architect. She holds a PhD and a Master’s degree in architecture from the Doctoral School in Architectural Sciences and Engineering of Tunis (Ed SIA). She has been a lecturer at the School of Architecture, Audiovisual and Design (ESAD) since 2013, and at the National School of Architecture and Urbanism of Tunis (ENAU) since 2020. Since her appointment as research partner in the Heritage Borders of Engagement Network (ENGAGE) in April 2021, her research has focused on heritage through the lens of building know-how, tectonics/ materiality and ecology. Through this affiliation, she has been involved in many international research programs and collaborations. She was also a postdoctoral fellow at the Virtual Fellowship Program of Heritage with the University of Liverpool (2022). Nourchen was the project manager for the Tunisian component of the Jusour project as well as the executive producer of the Tunis and Kairouan documentaries.

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Nubwa Medugu

Clinical Microbiologist , Nile University of Nigeria
A clinical medical microbiologist with a passion for bench and field work. Eager to learn and practice new techniques that will improve patient outcome. I have a great interest in molecular biology and spend a lot of time reading topics related to infectious diseases in general and Group B Streptococcus molecular biology in particular.

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Nuno Gil

Professor of New Infrastructure Development, University of Manchester
Nuno is a Professor of New Infrastructure Development. Nuno was born in Lisbon, Portugal, where he trained as a civil engineer and worked as a project manager. Nuno joined The University of Manchester in 2002, after earning a PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering at University of California at Berkeley; he moved to the Manchester Business School in 2004.

Nuno focuses his research on the design of structures and processes can bring the best of people in consensus-oriented (pluralistic) settings, and make the world a better place to live and share with future generations. Nuno has worked or done research with various organizations including CH2M HILL, Intel, Rolls Royce, BAA (now Heathrow Ltd), BP, Manchester City Council, Network Rail, London2012, Crossrail, High speed 2, Thames Water, and the UK Cabinet; Larsen &Toubro and DFCCIL (India), World Bank, UNHabitat (Egypt), JICA (Japan); Lamata (Nigeria); and UNRA and KCCA (Uganda).

In 2009, Nuno was the lead editor of the special issue of California Management Review Infrastructure meets Business: Building New Bridges, Mending Old Ones in 2009. Nuno co-founded and acted as research director of the MBS Centre for Infrastructure Development between 2013 and 2016. Nuno is the leading author of two books published with the Project Management Institute - Building Options at Project Front-end Strategizing (2014, with Guilherme Biesek) and Megaproject Organization and Performance: The Myth and Political Reality (2017, with Colm Lundrigan, Jeff Pinto, and Phanish Puranam). In 2013, Nuno co-founded the annual workshop series, Megaprojects Workshop: Theory meets Practice

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Nuno Reis

Lecturer in Chemical Engineering, Loughborough University

My research is focused on the development of new microprocess engineering and process intensification concepts applied to biological and pharmaceutical systems. The multidisciplinary research themes span from microfluidics, surface chemistry, crystallisation, fermentation, cell culture, chromatography, electrophoresis, virus inactivation and clinical diagnostics areas. Main goal is to deliver disruptive technologies to fill up main technological gaps and unmet needs in high-value market sectors of (bio)pharmaceuticals and healthcare diagnostics. This requires a multi-scale approach by understanding the processes at meso-, micro- and nano-scale, all supported by state-of-the-art analytical tools and numerical modeling tools such as CFDs.

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Nural Cokcetin

Research scientist, University of Sydney
Dr Nural Cokcetin is a microbiologist based at the University of Sydney. Her research interest is in understanding the relationship between bees, the environment and medicinal honey with the aim of supporting the apiary industry, pollination, and human health. Nural leads research on the bioactive properties of honey, specifically into its use as a topical treatment for infections caused by antibiotic resistant superbugs and as a prebiotic food to promote a healthy gut microbiome. She works closely with the Australian beekeeping and wider agricultural industries to ensure her research leads to improved health outcomes and other benefits for society and industry.

Nural is equally passionate about doing research that drives positive changes as she is about communicating her research as broadly as possible. She is a frequent public speaker on topics around medicinal honey, bees, gut health and antibiotic resistance. Nural has received many awards for her research excellence and impact, as well as her dedication to the promotion of science. She was named the best young science communicator in Australia and the international runner-up in the FameLab science communication competition and one of the TEDxSydney Top Five Young Change-Makers. She appears regularly in the media as a thought leader in her research areas.

Although not that kind of doctor, Nural is often heard dishing out her favourite bit of advice “have you tried putting honey on that?”

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Nuri Heckler

Assistant Professor of Public Administration, University of Nebraska Omaha
Nuri Heckler, J.D., Ph.D. focuses his research on power in public organizations including nonprofits, social enterprise, and government. Using experimental, qualitative, historical, and legal research methods, he examines the mechanisms that reinforce inequities and inefficiencies in public organizations. As a Maryland barred attorney, his research also examines the role law plays in the work of public administrators. His research can be found in Administrative Theory & Praxis, Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory, Administration & Society, Journal of Public Affairs Education, Urban Affairs Review, and Public Integrity among others. He is an avid commuter cyclist who spends his free time with his two children and baking award-winning cookies.

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Nuria Oliver

Directora de la Fundación ELLIS Alicante y profesora honoraria de la Universidad de Alicante, Universidad de Alicante
Nuria Oliver, Cofundadora y Directora de la Fundación unidad ELLIS Alicante; Vicepresidenta de ELLIS Europa; Chief Data Scientist en Data-Pop Alliance; Comisionada para Presidencia de la Generalitat Valenciana en Inteligencia Artificial y Ciencias de Datos en la lucha contra COVID19; Chief Scientific Advisor al Instituto Vodafone
Es ingeniera de Telecomunicación por la UPM y doctorada en Inteligencia Artificial por el Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). La Dra Oliver tiene 25 años de experiencia investigadora en MIT, Microsoft Research (Redmond, WA) y como la primera directora científica mujer en Telefónica I + D (2007-2016) y la primera Directora de Investigacion en Ciencias de Datos en Vodafone a nivel mundial (2017-2019).
Su trabajo en el modelado computacional del comportamiento humano usando técnicas de Inteligencia Artificial, la interacción persona-maquina, la informática móvil y el análisis de Big Data -especialmente para el Bien Social- es conocido internacionalmente con más de 180 publicaciones científicas, citadas más de 21.000 veces. Once de sus artículos científicos han sido nominados o ganadores de premios a mejor articulo científico.
Por su expertise, ha sido nombrada Comisionada para Presidencia de la Generalitat Valenciana para Inteligencia Artificial y las Ciencias de Datos en la lucha contra el COVID-19. Dentro del comisionado, ha creado un grupo de trabajo formado por más de 20 experto/as en Ciencias de Datos trabajando en 4 áreas: el modelado de la movilidad humana a gran escala; el desarrollo de modelos computacionales epidemiológicos, los modelos predictivos y la ciencia ciudadana, a través de una de las mayores encuestas ciudadanas sobre COVID-19: https://covid19impactsurvey.org con más de 700,000 respuestas. También colideró el equipo ValenciaIA4COVID en su participación en el 500k XPRIZE Pandemic Response Challenge, donde resultaron ganadores mundiales. Es la primera vez que un equipo español gana una competición XPRIZE.
Nuria es la única investigadora española reconocida por el ACM como Distinguished Scientist y Fellow al mismo tiempo. También es Fellow del IEEE y de la Asociación Europea de Inteligencia Artificial. Ha recibido un Doctorado Honoris Causa por la Universidad Miguel Hernandez. La Dra Oliver es académica de numero en la Real Academia de Ingenieria y miembro electo de la Academia Europaea y de CHI Academy, donde es la única española.
Miembro del comité científico asesor de varias universidades europeas, de la Fundacion Gadea Ciencia, de Mahindra Comviva y del Future Digital Society, entre otros. Además, asesora al Gobierno de la Comunidad Valenciana, de Catalunya, de España y a la Comisión Europea en temas relacionados con la Inteligencia Artificial. Ha sido miembro de un Global Future Council en el Foro Económico Mundial y ha sido Consejera independiente para Bankia hasta su fusión con CaixaBank. Recientemente ha sido nombrada por el Banco Central Europeo la representante española en el grupo asesor (theme advisory Group) para el diseño de los nuevos billetes de euro.
La Dra Oliver es miembro del comité de programa de los principales congresos internacionales en sus áreas de investigación. Asimismo, ha sido miembro del comité organizador de 20 congresos internacionales y es miembro del comité editorial de cinco revistas internacionales.
El trabajo de la Dra. Oliver ha sido reconocido internacionalmente con numerosos premios. Se graduó número uno de su promoción en la ETSIT de la UPM y recibió el Primer Premio Nacional de Telecomunicación (1994). Es la primera investigadora española en recibir el MIT TR35 Young Innovator Award (2004) y el Rising Talent Award por el Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society (2009). Además, ha recibido el Ada Byron Award a la Mujer Digital Europea del Año (2016), la Medalla al Mérito Empresarial y Social de la Generalitat Valenciana (2017), el Premio Nacional de Informatica (cat. Angela Ruiz Robles, 2016), el premio Ingeniera del Año por el COIT (2018), el premio Data Scientist of the Year (2019), el premio Concepcion Aleixandre a la Científica Valenciana en la categoría de Honor (2020) y el Premio Jaume I en la categoría de Nuevas Tecnologías (2021), entre otros.
Nuria ha sido nombrada una de las 11 personas más influyentes en Inteligencia Artificial en el mundo por Pioneering Minds (2017), una de las 13 maravillosas mentes de la tecnología en España por EL PAIS (2017), una directora tecnológica lider (El PAIS , 2012), una de los “100 líderes del futuro” (Capital, 2009) y una de los “40 jóvenes que marcaran el próximo milenio” (El PAIS, 1999), entre otras distinciones.
Es inventora de 41 patentes. Su trabajo ha contribuido a la mejora de servicios, la creación de nuevos servicios, la definición de estrategias empresariales y la creación de nuevas compañías. Es ponente invitada con frecuencia tanto en congresos cientificos como congresos tecnológicos.
Además de su trabajo cientificos, la Dra Oliver dedica parte de su tiempo a la divulgación científico-tecnológica y a inspirar a los jóvenes y especialmente a las chicas a estudiar carreras tecnológicas. Ha impartido charlas a más de 10000 adolescentes, ha contribuido al libro “Los nativos digitales no existen” (Deusto, 2017) con el capítulo “Eruditos digitales”, ha escrito artículos para EL PAIS, The Guardian, TechCrunch entre otros y ha sido co-organizadora de grandes congresos con miles de asistentes, como el primer evento TEDxBarcelona dedicado a la educación emergente, el I Congreso Internacional de Inteligencia Artificial y el I Congreso Internacional sobre el Envejecimiento. Sus charlas en WIRED, TEDx y eventos similares han sido vistas miles de veces.
Nuria cree firmemente en el valor de la tecnología para mejorar la calidad de las personas, tanto individual como colectivamente, y dedica su vida profesional a conseguirlo.
Twitter: @nuriaoliver
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nuriaoliver/

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Nwakerendu Waboso

PhD Candidate, Child and Youth Studies, Brock University
I am a PhD candidate in Child & Youth Studies. I am a research assistant as well as an instructor in Sports Management. My research focuses on the principles of decolonization and anti-racism in education as well as sport

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