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Sophie Fuller

Professor in Gender Studies in Music, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
Sophie Fuller is a musicologist and writer on music. Her research interests centre around gender, sexuality and music in Britain in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries and she has published widely on women’s engagement with music and music making. Author of The Pandora Guide to Women Composers (1994), Sophie has recently edited, with Jenny Doctor, Music, Life, and Changing Times: Selected Correspondence between British Composers Elizabeth Maconchy and Grace Williams, 1927-77 (2020) as well as contributing to The Cambridge Companion to Women in Music since 1900 (2021), The Routledge Handbook of Women’s Work in Music (2022) and The Cambridge Companion to Women Composers (2023).

Sophie studied music at King’s College, London University where she completed her doctoral thesis on ‘Women Composers during the British Musical Renaissance, 1880-1918’.  Her teaching experience includes ten years of lecturing at the University of Reading. 

Creative output
Author, The Pandora Guide to Women Composers: Britain and the United States, 1629-present (1994)
Co-editor / contributor, Queer Episodes in Music and Modern Identity (2002) with Lloyd Whitesell
Co-editor / contributor, The Idea of Music in Victorian Fiction (2004) with Nicky Losseff
Co-editor, Music, Life, and Changing Times: Selected Correspondence between British Composers Elizabeth Maconchy and Grace Williams, 1927-77 (2020) with Jenny Doctor
Contributor, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians
Contributor, The Oxford Companion to Music
Contributor, The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
Contributor, Women Composers: Music through the Ages
Contributor, Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart
She has been a frequent contributor to various television and radio programmes as well as giving conference papers in the UK, the USA, France, Germany, Italy and Australia.

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Sophie Gilbert

University of Idaho

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Sophie Hocking

Lecturer in Biosciences, Swansea University
I am a lecturer in Biosciences at Swansea University and an early-career researcher specialising in plant ecology, conservation and invasion ecology.

My research at undergraduate and master's level focused on plant conservation, investigating the ecology of nationally scarce plants such as marsh pea, the rare and endemic dune gentian, as well as the endangered fen orchid.
My PhD investigated the environmental impacts of Japanese knotweed and its management, and how best practice can be enhanced through integration with the wider environment and community ecology to aid post-treatment restoration. By applying ecological theory to knotweed invasion, I try to develop understanding of potential restoration methods for habitat recovery, involving a large-scale restoration field trial.
I have also studied the impacts of knotweed management on the soil microbiome using eDNA metabarcoding, and am interested in the true sustainability of these management methods, using life cycle assessment (LCA) to evaluate their wider environmental impacts with the aim of enhancing management efficacy and mediating human impacts on the environment.

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Sophie Kjaervik

Ph.D. Candidate in Communication, The Ohio State University
I study narcissism, aggression, and the use of social media.

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Sophie Milnes

PhD Researcher in Human Geography, Loughborough University
Sophie Milnes is a PhD researcher exploring how the rising trend of ‘Character Education’ in the UK has impacted the classroom and its broader nexus of political, cultural and social relations. Her doctoral research examines the reshaping of educational spaces, specifically military ethos initiatives in schools.

Her previous work has explored young people’s transitions to higher education in England, UK. Her wider research interests include youth geographies and social difference.

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Sophie Rees

Research Fellow, University of Bristol
I am a social scientist with expertise in the field of applied health research. I use qualitative and mixed methods in my research to understand the experience of health and illness, and of participating in and delivering clinical, psychosocial, and behavioural interventions.

My particular research interest is in vulval disease. I am Chief Investigator for the Living with Vulval Lichen Sclerosus: A Mixed Methods Study, funded by the Economic and Research Council. I am growing my portfolio of research in this field and I am interested to hear from potential collaborators in the area of vulval dermatological conditions.

I work in Bristol Trials Centre as part of the qualitative research team, using qualitative methods to understand the experiences and perspectives of people within the trial, to improve trial recruitment and processes, and to understand the context of trial results.

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Sophie Ritson

Research Strategy Project Officer, The University of Melbourne
Sophie Ritson is an Historian and Philosopher of Science and member of the history, philosophy and culture science working group of the next generation Event Horizon Telescope. Ritson also contributes to the University of Melbourne research collaboration strategy. Ritson has interests in the epistemology of global research collaborations and changing modes of research, scientific methodology, and science and values. In examining contemporary practices, Ritson’s research seeks to develop a deeper understanding of the changing conditions and contexts of knowledge in 21st century sciences.

Ritson completed a postdoctoral research fellowship in the Epistemology of the Large Hadron Collider Research Unit, publishing on creativity and novelty of global research collaborations, the epistemic value of ugliness in experiments, and assessments of future fertility and disruptive experiments. Ritson has also examined the string theory community, publishing on the ideology of the string theory debates, the role of constraints in assessments of non-empirical science, and disruptive technologies.

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Sophie Robinson

Research Assistant and PhD student. Member of Melbourne Climate Futures Academy., The University of Melbourne
PhD student exploring how governance can enable Climate Resilient Development of Healthcare Systems. Member of Climate Futures Academy at University of Melbourne and Research Assistant. Background in Science, International Relations and Environmental Governance.

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Sophie Scorey

PhD Researcher, University of South Wales
PhD Researcher at the University of South Wales. Interested in clinical and abnormal psychology.

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Sophie Wood1

Lecturer in Media, University of East London
Sophie Wood is a fashion and media academic with an interest in social media, materiality, wardrobe studies and celebrity culture. She lecturers in Media, Communication and Advertising and University of East London. She is also a lecturer in Fashion Marketing and Fashion Theory at Regent's University London. Sophie brings together a decade of professional experience in social media and marketing with her academic background in fashion and cultural theory.

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Sophie Jessica Davies

PhD Candidate and Part-time Teacher, Aberystwyth University
Sophie is currently a PhD Candidate at Aberystwyth University, specialising in Post-Devolution Welsh Gothic Literature. She is also a part time teacher for the university's School of Languages and Literature, currently teaching 19th Century Literature & Climate and Contemporary Writing.

Born and raised in the Rhondda Valley, Sophie now resides in Lampeter, West Wales with her two-year-old daughter.

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Sophie Joy van Hamelsveld

Postdoctoral Scientist, University of Canterbury

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Sophie L. Kjaervik

Postdoctoral Fellow at The Injury and Violence Prevention Program, Virginia Commonwealth University
I earned my Ph.D in Communication from The Ohio State University (2023). I obtained my M.A. in Psychology from the University of Oslo (2019) and my B.A. in Psychology from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (2017).

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Sophie Lund Rasmussen

Postdoctoral fellow, University of Oxford
Research fellow at Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU), University of Oxford and research associate at Department of Chemistry and Bioscience, Aalborg University

Postdoctoral researcher, specialising in European hedgehog ecology and conservation.

I have made a short lecture on the results of our age determination study, which is available from my YouTube channel Dr Hedgehog: https://youtu.be/7nBF7vKU47o

The published scientific article can be downloaded open access here: https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/13/4/626

You can follow my research here:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dr_Pindsvin

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Pindsvineforskning

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drhedgehog/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@drhedgehog

ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sophie-Rasmussen

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Sophie Olivia Hanson

PhD student, Clinical Psychology, University of Manitoba
Sophie Hanson is a PhD student at the University of Manitoba's Clinical Psychology Training Program. She researches self-compassion and its applications for socially progressive activists.

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Sophie-May Kerr

Research Associate, City Futures Research Centre, UNSW Sydney
Sophie-May is an urban social geographer whose research focuses on the lived experiences of apartment residents. Her PhD explored the material and emotional geographies of parenting in apartments.

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Soraya Harding

Senior lecturer in Cybersecurity Intelligence and Digital Forensics, University of Portsmouth
Soraya has been the Mobile Forensics, Computer Forensics, and Business Information System Security lecturer at the University of Portsmouth and a Cyber Volunteer at Hampshire Constabulary. She has worked as a freelance forensic investigator for HMP Prisons in the south-east and has over ten years of experience in the computing and forensics field. She has taught digital forensics, mobile forensics, and anti-forensics to private companies and law enforcement investigators. She has also worked for Microsoft and CISCO as a Technical Instructor and continues to do it freelance. She has contributed as a coach to several cyber competitions such as Hackathons, Tryhackme and Cyber912.

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Sossie Kasbarian

Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Stirling
https://www.stir.ac.uk/people/256684

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Souha R. Ezzedeen

Associate Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, Canada
Dr. Souha R. Ezzedeen is a tenured Associate Professor at the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University, Toronto, Canada. Previously, she was assistant professor of management at the Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg’s School of Business Administration. Professor Ezzedeen holds a doctorate in human resource management and organizational behavior and development from the George Washington University School of Business in Washington, DC, where she served as a research fellow and visiting instructor.

Professor Ezzedeen has authored several journal articles on topics at the intersection of
work-life balance, careers, gender, and companion animals in the workplace. Her work has appeared in prestigious journals including Human Resource Management Review, Personnel Review, Psychological Reports, and Organization Dynamics, among others. Discussions of her research findings have appeared in the Wall Street Journal and Society for Human Resource Management reports and she is frequently sought for her opinion on workplace and work-life trends.

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Sourafel Girma

Professor of Industrial Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Nottingham
Sourafel Girma is currently Professor of Industrial Economics at the University of Nottingham.. He obtained research awards from, among others, the ESRC, European Union and the Department of Trade and Industry. He had also been active in the field of knowledge transfer and policy advice, with consultancy works for the Department of Trade and Industry, UK Trade and Investment and the Treasury. Sourafel’s research publications enjoyed several media appearances, and according to REPEC, which is the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics, he is ranked among the top 5% authors in terms of several metrics, including the number of distinct works and citations.

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Sourav Ray

Lang Chair and Professor of Marketing, University of Guelph
Sourav Ray is the Lang Chair and Professor of Marketing at the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics at University of Guelph, Canada. Sourav’s research interests span strategic marketing issues related to technology-intensive markets, distribution channels, and dynamic pricing. Methodologically, he uses a combination of economic modeling, scanner data analyses, surveys, and field experiments. Sourav has a PhD in Marketing from University of Minnesota, and aerospace engineering degrees from Texas A&M University and IIT Kharagpur in India. Sourav has taught at McMaster University and Concordia University. He has supervised several several doctoral students in Marketing while at McMaster University, where he was the Michael Lee‐Chin & Family Professor in Strategic Business Studies and Professor of Marketing.

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Spencer Goidel

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Auburn University
Spencer Goidel is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Auburn University. He received his PhD from the Department of Political Science at Texas A&M University, and BA from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Spencer studies public opinion, voting behavior, elections, and political communication. His research investigates how political institutions, objective conditions, subjective evaluations, the media, and communication technologies shape the behaviors and attitudes of American voters. Currently, Spencer is interested in how partisan realignment is shaping voting behavior and public opinion.

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Spenser A. Warren

Postdoctoral Fellow in Technology and International Security, University of California, San Diego
Spenser A. Warren is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Technology and Security at the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. He has a Ph.D. in Political Science from Indiana University Bloomington, where he wrote a dissertation on Russian nuclear modernization. His work on nuclear strategy, Russian foreign policy, and international security has appeared in academic and policy outlets.

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Spiros Bougheas

Professor of Economics, University of Nottingham
In 1994 Spiros completed his PhD studies in Economics at Penn State University in USA and then he crossed the pond to join Staffordshire University as a Lecturer. In 1999 Spiros joined the School of Economics at the University of Nottingham where he is currently a Professor of Economics. His area of expertise is financial economics and his current research interests include systemic risk in financial markets, financial contracting and the international financial architecture.

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Spyros A. Sofos

Assistant Professor in Global Humanities, Simon Fraser University
I am an Assistant Professor in Global Humanities and an affiliated researcher at the Centre for Comparative Muslim Studies at Simon Fraser University. Previously I was a Senior Fellow at the Middle East Centre of the London School of Economics and Political Science, and Lecturer at the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, Lund University.
My research interests include the study of social identities, collective action, conflict and conflict transformation and insecurity - My books include 'Turkish Politics and ‘The People’: Mass Mobilisation and Populism' (Edinburgh University Press 2022), 'Islam in Europe: Public Spaces and Civic Networks' (Palgrave 2013, co-authored with R. Tsagarousianou), 'Tormented by History: Nationalism in Greece and Turkey' (Hurst and Oxford University Press 2008, co-authored with U. Özkirimli), which appeared in Turkish as'Tarihin Cenderesinde: Türk ve Yunan Milliyetçiliği (Istanbul Bilgi University Press 2013), and in Greek as 'Το βασανο της Ιστοριας' (Καστανιωτης 2008). I have co-edited 'Nation and Identity in Contemporary Europe' (Routledge 1996 with B. Jenkins). In 2019, I founded #RethinkingPopulism in collaboration with openDemocracy (until 2021) and as an independent platform supported by a consortium of universities (since 2022), and have been its lead editor.
I have written extensively on Turkish, Middle Eastern and South Eastern European politics, on populism, nationalism and ethnic conflict, as well as on the cultures and politics of Muslim communities in Europe.
A commentator with an energetic voice, I also frequently write about social and political issues for venues such as The Conversation, the LSE Blog, OpenDemocracy, Dialoguemos and Truthout.

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Srinivas Garimella

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Srinivas Garimella is the Hightower Chair in Engineering and a Professor in the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is director of the Sustainable Thermal Systems Laboratory, which he founded upon his arrival at Georgia Tech in 2003.

Dr. Garimella received a Ph.D. degree (1990) and an M. S. degree in Nuclear Engineering from The Ohio State University. He received a B. Tech. in Mechanical Engineering from The Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (India) in 1982. He was a Research Scientist at Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, OH from 1984-1990, and a Senior Engineer in the Delphi Harrison Thermal Systems Division of General Motors Corporation in Lockport, NY from 1990-1993. After serving as a Research Specialist in the Mechanical Engineering Department at The Ohio State University from 1993-1994, he joined Western Michigan University, where he served on the faculty of the Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering Department from 1994-1998. Dr. Garimella was an associate professor of mechanical engineering and director of the Advanced Thermal Systems Laboratory at the Iowa State University prior to joining Georgia Tech.

Dr. Garimella has mentored over 75 postdoctoral researchers, research engineers and students pursuing their M.S. and Ph.D. degrees, with his research resulting in over 250 archival journal and conference publications, a textbook on Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow in Minichannels and Microchannels (2nd Ed., Elsevier 2014), and a book on Condensation Heat Transfer (World Scientific Publishing, 2015). He has been awarded eight patents. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, past Associate Editor of the ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, and Editor of the International Journal of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration. He has also served as Associate Editor of the ASME Journal of Energy Resources Technology, and Past Chair of the Advanced Energy Systems Division of ASME. He was an Associate Editor of the ASHRAE HVAC&R Research Journal and Chair of the ASHRAE Technical Committee on Absorption and Heat Operated Machines, and was on the ASHRAE Research Administration Committee. He is a corresponding member of the ASHRAE Technical Committee on Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow. He held the William and Virginia Binger Associate Professorship of Mechanical Engineering at ISU from 1999-2001. He is the recipient of the NSF CAREER Award (1999), the ASHRAE New Investigator Award (1998), the SAE Ralph E. Teetor Educational Award for Engineering Educators (1998), and was the Iowa State University Miller Faculty Fellow (1999-2000) and Woodruff Faculty Fellow (2003-2008) at Georgia Tech. He received the ASME Award for Outstanding Research Contributions in the Field of Two-Phase Flow and Condensation in Microchannels (2012). He also received the Thomas French Distinguished Educator Achievement Award (2008) from The Ohio State University, and the Zeigler Outstanding Educator Award (2012) at Georgia Tech.

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Stacey Havlik

Associate Professor of Education and Counseling, Villanova University
Stacey Havlik teaches several counseling courses at Villanova University. Her research interests include homelessness, education, school counseling ; school counselor leadership, advocacy, and preparation; and first generation college students.

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Stacey Mankoff

Managing Principal at The Mankoff Company LLC

Stacey Mankoff is the Managing Principal of The Mankoff Company. Ms. Mankoff formed The Mankoff Company after 13 years of conference production experience creating events for the pharmaceutical, IT, healthcare and financial services industries. Prior to her conference career, Ms. Mankoff held senior sales and marketing positions at Shearson, Lehman Brothers, Dun & Bradstreet and Reuters.

Ms. Mankoff has significant experience in marketing, branding, copywriting, sale lead generation campaigns and targeted industry events. She has served as an industry liaison and connector within the financial trading community for over a decade.

Ms. Mankoff earned a BA from the State University of Binghamton and the London School of Economics and a Certificate in Public Relations/Marketing from New York University.

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Stacey Pizzino

PhD Candidate, The University of Queensland
Stacey is a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland, and a global health and development professional with a passion for improving the lives of those impacted by disasters and complex humanitarian emergencies. Stacey's PhD examines how landmines and other explosive remnants of war impact health in civilian populations globally. This research provides the first global epidemiological analysis of casualties of landmines and explosive remnants of war.

She has international experience working across humanitarian and disaster projects with non-for-profits and in academia. Stacey has a keen interest in evidence-based policy, research and stakeholder engagement. Her experience draws on her background as a paramedic, and engages with the global and planetary health impacts of disasters and humanitarian emergencies.

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Stacey Priestley

Research Scientist, Environment Business Unit, CSIRO
Dr Stacey Priestley is a hydrogeologist and geochemist with the CSIRO Drought Resilience Mission. She is passionate about using environmental tracers, especially isotopic tracers, to investigate hydrological systems to help address challenging environmental problems in water resources sustainability and environmental change.

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Stacy Carter

Professor and Director, Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values, University of Wollongong
After a decade working in the NSW health system, I completed an MPH and PhD in public health. I spent a dozen years working in an applied ethics centre, so have special interest and expertise in health ethics. I am now the founding Director of the Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values (ACHEEV) at the University of Wollongong. The work of ACHEEV focuses on health: the health of people, other animals, society and the planet, and how all of these things are connected.
Our mission is to make health systems more inclusive and democratic, and in everything we do, we ask how we can work towards greater justice and equity. ACHEEV specialises in deliberative and values-based research methods: these allow us to grapple with what matters to people, and to support groups of Australians to generate recommendations for decision-makers on thorny policy problems.

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Stan Chu Ilo

Stan Chu Ilo

Research Professor, World Christianity and African Studies, DePaul University
I was ordained a Catholic priest in my home country of Nigeria, and in addition to my native language, Igbo, I speak French, English and Italian. My educational background includes an MA in theology; an MA in educational leadership; an ecclesiastical licentiate in sacred theology (with a concentration in the Christological images in Luke-Acts and African theologies); and a PhD in theology from the University of St Michael’s College at the University of Toronto (with a concentration in African Christian history’s cross-cultural currents); and a second PhD from the University of South Africa in the sociology of education, specializing in equity and multicultural education in faith-based schooling.

In addition to teaching at DePaul, I am also a visiting professor at Tangaza University College’s Institute of Social Ministry and Mission in Nairobi, and the founder of the Canadian Samaritans for Africa, a nonprofit that works directly with African women to help them alleviate poverty. I also am the editor of the African Christian Studies Series for Pickwick Publications, Wipf and Stock Publishers; a commentator on Africa, religion, and politics for Canada Television (CTV) and Al-Jazeera; a columnist for CNN African Voices, Catholic Register and Premium Times; and a blogger for Huffington Post’s World Affairs, Religion, and Black Voices sections.

My areas of interest are cross-cultural studies, African intellectual and political history, African Christianity and the world Church, equity and diversity in faith-based education and ministry, religion and social transformation, and religion and violence. I coordinate CWCIT’s new African Catholicism Project, a network of established and emerging African Christian scholars to promote mentorship and diverse research in African Christianity and to make this scholarship more visible beyond Africa. Since 2017, my research has been centred on reform and renewal in the Church, especially following Pope Francis' call for a missionary conversion and the crisis of clerical sexual abuse. The fruit of my research is being developed in my forthcoming book: Rome and the Margins: Reform and the Renewal in the Catholic Church Beyond the West.

Some of my recent works include: The Face of Africa: Looking Beyond the Shadows; Love, Joy and Sex: African Conversation on Pope Francis’s Amoris Laetitia and the Gospel of Family in a Divided World; A Poor and Merciful Church: The Illuminative Ecclesiology of Pope Francis; Church and Development in Africa.

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Stan van Hooft

Emeritus Professor Philosophy, Deakin University
Stan van Hooft is an Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Deakin University in Australia. He is the author of Caring: An Essay in the Philosophy of Ethics, (Niwot, University Press of Colorado, 1995) and numerous journal articles on moral philosophy, bioethics, business ethics, and on the nature of health and disease. He is also a co-author of Facts and Values: An Introduction to Critical Thinking for Nurses, (Sydney, MacLennan and Petty, 1995). His Life, Death, and Subjectivity: Moral Sources for Bioethics, was published by Rodopi (Amsterdam and New York) in 2004. Stan published two further books in 2006: Caring about Health, (Aldershot, Ashgate), and Understanding Virtue Ethics, (Chesham, Acumen Publishers). Acumen Publishers published his Cosmopolitanism: A Philosophy for Global Ethics in July, 2009. This book was shortlisted for the Australian Eureka Prize for Research in Ethics in 2010. His current research centres on Global Ethics and Political Philosophy, the concept of caring in contemporary moral theory, and the role of hope in politics and religion. His book, Hope was published by Acumen in 2011 and his edited volume, The Handbook of Virtue Ethics, was published by Acumen (now Routledge) in 2014.

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Stanley Simoes

Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher, School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Queen's University Belfast
Stanley Simoes is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher and PhD student at the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science at Queen's University Belfast. His research interests currently lie in the field of fair AI, particularly in unsupervised learning.

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Stasja Koot

Assistant Professor, Wageningen University
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