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Sossie Kasbarian

Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Stirling
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Souad Brinette

Enseignant chercheur en Finance, EDC Paris Business School - OCRE, EDC Paris Business School
Titulaire d'un doctorat en Sciences de gestion, spécialité Finance, ses travaux au sein de l'EDC portent sur la finance d’entreprise, la finance entrepreneuriale et sur les liens entre gouvernance et intrapreneuriat.

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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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Stacy Keltner

Chair of the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and Professor of Philosophy, Kennesaw State University
Stacy Keltner is Chair of The Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and Professor of Philosophy in the Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Kennesaw State University in metro-Atlanta. She was a co-founder and first coordinator of the Gender and Women's Studies program and has served as graduate program director of American Studies, both of which are housed in Interdisciplinary Studies.

Stacy has published widely on the intersections of phenomenology, psychoanalysis, gender studies, and social theory and is the author or editor of three books. She is a former president of WGS South, the oldest and most long-standing academic organization in the field, and serves on Ms. Magazine's Committee of Scholars.

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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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Stef Vandeginste

Associate Professor, University of Antwerp
I am an associate professor and programme director at the Institute of Development Policy (IOB), University of Antwerp.

I teach in the Advanced Master Governance and Development on Law and Development and on Conflict, Peace and State Reconstruction. I also teach some introductory units on research methods in all IOB Advanced Master programmes.

My research focuses on politics, peace, power and law with a particular interest in the Central African Great Lakes region in general and Burundi in particular.

I supervise(d) doctoral research on a variety of topics including: rebel movement to political party transitions; the promotion of constitutional governance by the African Union; electoral dispute settlement in DRC and Burundi; the contemporary salience of ethnicity in Burundi; elections, donors and legitimacy; power-sharing in Burundi; Burundi's constitutional court and the rule of law.

Since 2016, I have been the coordinator of the institutional inter-university cooperation programme between the Université du Burundi (in Bujumbura) and the Belgian Flemish University (VLIR-UOS).

For my research on Burundi, please also visit my website 'Law, Power and Peace in Burundi': www.uantwerpen.be/burundi

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Stefan Caddy-Retalic

Ecologist, School of Biological Sciences, University of Adelaide
I am interested in promoting sustainable urban landscapes, including more resilient trees, in Australia. I am also interested in using living and preserved plant collections to enhance biodiversity conservation, improve quality of life and enable new science. My research combines biomolecular techniques (stable isotopes, DNA metabarcoding) with traditional ecological survey methods (vegetation metrics, invertebrate trapping) to integrate species change from a population to biome level. My fieldwork is conducted on a climate gradient from the south coast of South Australia through the Mt Lofty Ranges, Flinders Ranges, Gammon Ranges and Stony Plains to investigate changes within species, communities and biomes to better understand the interrelationships and drivers of this change.

In addition to my scientific work, I have a strong interest in working with government and have worked in environmental policy and programs for the South Australian and Commonwealth governments. I have also managed science projects for the University of Adelaide and Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN). My primary interest is in conducting research to address real world problems and bridging the gap between ecological theory and the current needs of land managers.

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Stefan Hajkowicz

Stefan is a senior principal scientist in strategic foresight in Data61 at CSIRO. He leads a team of researchers and consultants working on scenario planning, megatrends analysis, risk analysis, decision support and strategy problems. His academic qualifications from the University of Queensland and University of New England are in the fields of geography, economics and decision theory. Stefan has published widely in the international scientific literature. His work involves a combination of original research and the provision of consulting and advisory services. Stefan's most recent book "Global Megatrends" is currently available through CSIRO Publishing.

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Stefan Hanß

Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History, University of Manchester
I am an early modern historian working on material culture, cultural encounters, and global history. In September 2023, I will start as Deputy Director and Scientific Lead of the John Rylands Research Institute.

I explore new interdisciplinary collaborations between the humanities and the sciences, and new methodological trajectories in material culture studies like the use of digital microscopes and scientific analysis, remaking experiments, and historians' collaboration with artisans and artists. I was awarded a British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award to organise Microscopic Records, and a Philip Leverhulme Prize in recognition of research achievements in early modern material culture studies and global history.

As the research group leader of The Bodies, Emotions and Material Culture Collective, I co-organise Affective Artefacts and run The Manchester Material Culture Lab reading group.

Before joining the University of Manchester in 2018, I held postdoctoral positions at the University of Cambridge and the Research Centre Gotha, University of Erfurt. I received the PhD from the Freie Universität Berlin and studied in Berlin, Venice, and at the Warburg Institute London. I was also an intern and research assistant at the Freie Universität Berlin, the Duchess Anna Amalia Library Weimar, and the German Historical Institutes in Rome and London.

My current monograph project focuses on the history of hair in Reformation Germany and the broader Habsburg world. I explore what it meant to live in a 'hair-literate society', and how hair was linked to early modern identities. My History Workshop Journal article examines Habsburg and Ottoman captives' descriptions of forced hair removal in the early modern Mediterranean and their societal, religious, medical, and sexual meanings. Bringing gender history, the history of the body, and art history into a conversation with material culture studies, my Gender & History article argues that the sudden fashionability of beards in Renaissance Europe has been intricately linked with a culture of material and visual experimentation. Focusing on how people made hair matter, I suggest working with the concept of face-work. I also published on haircare and hair dyeing in early modern Germany, and run an interdisciplinary research project to conduct scientific analysis of early modern haircare recipes.

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Stefan Lovgren

Research scientist College of Science, University of Nevada, Reno
I am a writer by training and have worked as a journalist and foreign correspondent around the world for 25 years, often writing about environmental issues. I am a frequent contributor to National Geographic's various media platforms. In recent years, I have been employed by the College of Science, University of Nevada, Reno, as a research scientist and involved with a USAID-financed research project focused on the Mekong River Basin in Southeast Asia.

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Stefan Maier

Head of School of Physics and Astronomy, Monash University
I'm Stefan, in my work life a physicist. Currently my main post is Head of the School of Physics and Astronomy at Monash University in Melbourne, steering an amazing group of highly dedicated colleagues in world-class training and research in physics and astronomy. I also hold the Lee-Lucas Chair in Experimental Physics at Imperial College London, which I joined many years ago and still consider a place home.

For over twenty years now (can't believe it) I conduct research in fundamental and applied plasmonics and metamaterials, nanophotonics, photonic energy conversion and optoelectronics. That's fun and has enabled me to see the world, but what really drives me is people development. I'm very proud of my alumni — at this point twenty-one of them have obtained faculty positions, all over the world: at École Polytechnique Montréal, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, CSIC Madrid, Hong Kong City, Soochow University, IPTH Jena, University of KwaZulu-Natal, CNRS Grenoble, King's College London, University of Oman, University of Birmingham (two!), LMU Munich, Universidad de Santander, Shenzhen University, the University of Lisbon, University College London, the University of Buenos Aires, SUSTech, Northumbria University, and at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. Higher education in physics prepares you for highly valued jobs — many of my graduates are now in finance (London salaries calling), some have formed start-ups or are in industrial R&D; others have fallen off my radar. Hope you are all well!

I'm a graduate from Caltech, where I first did a Masters in Applied Phycics and then a PhD in the group of Harry Atwater (thanks Harry!). Then I went to the University of Bath in the UK for my first tenured position, before joining Imperial in 2017. From 2019 till the start of 2022 I was mainly in Munich, establishing a new Chair in Hybrid Nanosystems at LMU. In March 2022 I joined Monash University, taking on the role of Head of the School of Physics and Astronomy, and re-uniting with a set of former colleauges from Imperial College there.

My research has been quite successful, the main indicator being the great places my alumni went to. Additionally I was awarded the Sackler Prize in the Physical Sciences (together with my friend Mark Brongersma), the Paterson Medal of the Institute of Physics, and most recently the ACS Nano Lectureship. I am also a fellow of Optica and the Institute of Physics. The Royal Society supported parts of my time in London with a Wolfson Research Merit Award. Since 2017 I am on the ISI Highly Cited Researcher list. I was part of the initial editorial team of ACS Photonics, and am now Editor-in-Chief of Nanophotonics.

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Stefan Rother

Stefan Rother is a researcher and lecturer at the Department of Political Science, Albert Ludwigs University, Freiburg, Germany. His research focus is on transnational migration, global governance, social movements, regional integration and non-/post-Western theories of international relations. He was previously a fellow at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS) and researcher and editorial manager at the Arnold Bergstraesser Institute for socio-cultural research, Freiburg. Rother has conducted extensive fieldwork in Southeast Asia as well as participant observation at global governance fora and civil society events. He is a board member of the German Association for Asian Studies (DGA) and speaker of the working group on migration in the German political science association (AK Migrationspolitik in der DVPW). His latest monograph is “Democratization through Migration? Political Remittances and Participation of Philippine Return Migrants” (Lexington 2016, with Christl Kessler).

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Stefan Sambol

Research Fellow (Psychology), Victoria University
Stefan Sambol is an academic in the field of psychology, with a specialised focus on cognitive psychology. Their research encompasses a broad range of topics including higher order cognition, emotional intelligence, personality traits, and executive function. Stefan has also conducted studies into implicit bias, particularly in relation to sports and deviant behaviors such as fire lighting. Currently, they are investigating the dynamics of conspiracy beliefs and adolescent misuse of fire, contributing valuable insights into these complex areas.

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Stefan Schillberg

Executive Director, Fraunhofer IME
Stefan Schillberg mainly investigates Recombinant DNA, Antibody, Biotechnology, Molecular biology and Biochemistry. The various areas that Stefan Schillberg examines in his Recombinant DNA study include Proteases, Plant cell and Transgene. His Antibody research includes elements of Genetically modified crops, Microbiology and Virology.

His studies deal with areas such as Downstream processing and Suspension culture as well as Biotechnology. His Molecular biology study also includes fields such as

Nicotiana tabacum and related Cell culture,
Protein A most often made with reference to Affinity chromatography. When carried out as part of a general Biochemistry research project, his work on Enzyme, Ornithine decarboxylase, Nucleic acid and Putrescine is frequently linked to work in Glycolate dehydrogenase, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
He most often published in these fields:
Recombinant DNA (27.23%)
Antibody (26.29%)
Biotechnology (24.41%)

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Stefan B. Williams

Professor, Australian Centre for Field Robotics, University of Sydney

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Stefania Masè

Associate professor of marketing and communication, IPAG Business School
Stefania Masè est anciennement Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement et Recherche (ATER) à l'IAE Pau-Bayonne et professeur invité à l'Université de Macerata, Italie. Elle a obtenu un double doctorat en Management & Comptabilité et Commerce International de l'Université de Macerata (Italie) et de l'Université Sorbonne (France).

Ses intérêts de recherche actuels incluent la gestion basée sur l’art (art-based management), le comportement des consommateurs, les produits de luxe et le marketing numérique. Elle a publié dans des revues et des livres internationaux et a participé à plusieurs conférences telles que le Monaco Symposium on Luxury et la European Marketing Association Conference.

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Stefania Masè is a former Temporary Teaching and Research Associate (ATER) at IAE Pau-Bayonne and Visiting Professor at the University of Macerata, Italy. She holds a double doctorate in Management & Accounting and International Business from the University of Macerata (Italy) and Sorbonne University (France).

Her current research interests include art-based management, consumer behaviour, luxury products and digital marketing. She has published in international journals and books and has participated in several conferences such as the Monaco Symposium on Luxury and the European Marketing Association Conference.

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Stefania Paolini

Professor, Department of Psychology, Durham University
I am Professor of Social and Intercultural Psychology in the Department of Psychology at Durham University (UK), where I lead the Quantitative Social Psychology Research Group. I am also honorary senior research fellow at the University of Melbourne and at the Australian National University, and a former Associate Professor at the University of Newcastle (Australia).

My research and teaching specialise on the psychology of diversity and social cohesion; I investigate the determinants and consequences of prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination, as well as ways to mitigate these problems. I am the author of over 55 peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters and I have delivered 120+ conference papers and book contributions. I am best known for my research on intergroup friendship in sectarian Northern Ireland, my theoretical and empirical syntheses on stereotype formation and change, research on negative intergroup contact and contact valence asymmetries. My more recent contributions are on topics of intergroup contact seeking and avoidance and contact volition. My research is highly cited by peers and is discussed in policy briefs by peak organisations like the WorldBank, the United Nations, and UK’s Equality and Human Rights Commission. It has earned science and research awards by the (US-led) Academy of Management and the Australian Psychological Society.

My research has been funded by the European Community, the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council, the Australian Research Council, the Keats’ Endowment Fund and Daphne Keats Chair Endowment Fund. I have recently secured a large research grant from the Australian Research Council to investigate the ecologies and consequences for individuals, groups and communities of voluntary and involuntary intergroup contact. To this end, I will be leading an interdisciplinary research team of social psychologists and human geographers from three continents on a mixed-method research program.

Recently, I have chief edited a special issue on “Advances in Intergroup Contact research” and convened over a dozen of symposia at major international conferences. I have served as Section Editor and I am now on the editorial board of Social Psychology and Personality Compass and Associate Editor for Frontiers in Psychology. I am currently member of the Australian Research Council’s Medical Research Advisory Group. I was recently awarded the Distinguished Service award by the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.

I am passionate about Equity and Diversity Issues (EDI) in academia, science, and broader society. I received several service and community awards for my EDI work and I am regularly consulted by the media for my contribution to intergroup dialogue, social cohesion and minorities’ empowerment.

I have an extensive track record in research supervision and mentoring of young academics. I am currently seeking capable research students interested in my areas of research expertise and in joining my research laboratory.

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Stefanie Benjamin

Associate Professor of Retail, Hospitality, and Tourism Management; Co-Founder of CODE, University of Tennessee
Dr. Stefanie Benjamin (she/her) is the Co-Founder of CODE and Associate Professor in the Retail, Hospitality, and Tourism Management Department at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Her research seeks to challenge existing paradigms and traditional perspectives, offering fresh insights and transformative perspectives to the tourism field. With an extensive publication record, Dr. B has published numerous academic journal articles amplifying counter-narratives and disseminating this research within popular press pieces inclusive of AFAR Travel Magazine, the Conversation, and Conde Nast Traveler. Beyond her academic pursuits, Dr. B actively engages in community outreach and collaboration with industry leaders and organizations striving to bridge the gap between academia and the tourism industry. Driven by a deep-rooted commitment to disrupting dominant ideologies, Dr. B continues to make ‘good trouble’ through her research, teaching, and service. Her critical scholarship serves as a pedagogical framework, shedding light on how oppressive systems must be dismantled in order to reimagine a more inclusive and sustainable academic and touristic world.

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Stefanie Colombo

Canada Research Chair in Aquaculture Nutrition, Dalhousie University
Dr. Stefanie Colombo is an Associate Professor at Dalhousie University and Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Aquaculture Nutrition. Her research focuses on understanding nutrition in farmed fish, to improve aquaculture sustainability and productivity. She has published over 50 scientific papers and 2 book chapters. She has been an invited keynote speaker at several national and international conferences. Dr. Colombo has served as the President of the Aquaculture Association of Canada and is currently the Science Advisor for the Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia. She has received the Dalhousie’s President’s Research Excellence Award for an Emerging Investigator and the Faculty of Agriculture’s Early Career Research Excellence Award, as well as Innovator of the Year by the Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia.

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Stefanie Keulen

Stefanie Keulen obtained her master's degree (MA) at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in 2013. She opted for the profile of language psychology and language pathologies in her final year and continued to pursue a PhD in the domain of neurolinguistics after obtaining her MA degree summa cum laude.

She defended her PhD entitled "Foreign Accent Syndrome: A Neurolinguistic Analysis" in 2017 at the University of Groningen (The Netherlands) and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (double-degree PhD).

In 2017, she obtained a grant from the Research Foundation Flanders (F.W.O.) to continue her post-doctoral research, and as of 2019 she is an Assistant Professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and now teaches Research Methodology, Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics.

In 2022 she was the recipient of the I. Vanderschueren Prize, awarded by the Vrije Universiteit Brussel for the best PhD research in the Humanities, defended in the past 6 years.

Her research interests include Foreign Accent Syndrome, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, motor speech disorders in general, Primary Progressive Aphasia, and aphasia in general and she has a particular interest in bilingual populations.

Apart from carrying out her research, she also gives guest lectures (psycho- and neurolinguistics, research methodology in linguistics) and regularly gives talks at other universities in the context of courses, or postgraduate trainings as well as in the context of public outreach activities.

She is currently the chairwoman of the Brussels Centre for Language Studies.

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