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Vered Shwartz

Assistant Professor, Computer science, University of British Columbia
Vered Shwartz is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia, and a CIFAR AI Chair at the Vector Institute. Her research interests focus on natural language processing, with the fundamental goal of building models capable of human-level understanding of natural language. She is interested in computational semantics and pragmatics, commonsense reasoning, multimodal models, and culturally-aware NLP models.

Before joining UBC, Vered was a postdoctoral researcher at the Allen Institute for AI (AI2) and the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington. Prior to that, She did her PhD (2019), M.Sc. (2015), and B.Sc. (2013) in Computer Science in Bar-Ilan University.

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Verena Gruber

Associate Professor of Marketing, EM Lyon Business School
I am an Associate Professor of Marketing at the Lifestyle Research Center at emlyon business school. My research broadly relates to consumption and sustainability and is informed by a transformative consumer research agenda that aims to benefit consumer welfare and quality of life.

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Verity B. Pratt

PhD Candidate, School of Science, Technology and Health, York St John University
I am a researcher pursuing my Ph.D. at York St. John University, focusing on the relationship between perfectionism and orthorexia. I hope to raise awareness of and educate others on the consequences of "perfect" dietary practices and the risks associated with taking "healthful eating" too far. I review for Appetite (Elsevier) and Eating and Weight Disorders (Springer). I write for Psychology Today and have published work.

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Vernon Rive

Associate professor, University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau
Vernon is an Associate Professor at Auckland Law School. Before joining Auckland Law School, he was an Associate Professor and Deputy Head of School at the Auckland University of Technology School of Law. Prior to commencing a full-time academic career, Vernon practiced environmental, planning and public law in Auckland, latterly as a partner at New Zealand national commercial law firm Chapman Tripp.

His teaching and research activities focus on four (related) areas of interest: public law, climate change law, international environmental law and New Zealand environmental law. Throughout his academic career, he has lectured in Public Law, Constitutional Law, Judicial Review, International Law, International Environmental Law, Resource Management Law and Climate Change Law.

He has published widely in the areas of environmental and international environmental law. In 2019, his research on a 5-year New Zealand Law Foundation-supported project critiquing New Zealand and international law responses to fossil fuel subsidies culminated in the publication of a monograph Fossil Fuel Subsidies: an International Law Response published by Edward Elgar. He is the author of Laws of New Zealand: Climate Change (LexisNexis NZ, Wellington, 2017); “International Environmental Law” in Alberto Costi (ed) Public International Law: A New Zealand Perspective (1st ed, LexisNexis NZ, Wellington, 2020); “Environmental Assessment” in Derek Nolan (ed) Environmental and Resource Management Law (7th ed, LexisNexis NZ, 2020).

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Veronica Hutchings

Associate professor, Psychology, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Veronica Hutchings is a registered psychologist and associate professor at the Grenfell Campus of Memorial University, located in Corner Brook, N where she provides clinical services to the campus' 1300 students. She has a small private practice where she sees exclusively health psychology referrals. Previously she worked in Halifax, NS in seniors' health/geriatric medicine where the bulk of her caseload comprised of individuals living with dementia and their family members.

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Veronica Escobar Olivo

Research Associate, School of Social Work, Toronto Metropolitan University
Veronica Escobar Olivo is a Research Associate in the School of Social Work at Toronto Metropolitan University. Her current body of research explores the experiences of othering of Latin American and Caribbean youth, specifically in the education, judicial, immigration, and child protection systems, violence against women and children, coloniality, and epistemologies of the South. She has authored and co-authored several articles and chapters, including the co-authored chapter “Latin American youth and belonging at school in Ontario, Canada” (in Youth, Education, and Wellbeing in the Americas; Routledge, 2022).

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Verónica Noya Padín

Investigadora predoctoral - Área de Optometría, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
Investigadora predoctoral del Área de Optometría de la Facultad de Óptica y Optometría de la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela desde el año 2021. Su investigación actual está centrada en el control de la miopía en niños.

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Veronika Dulíková

Postdoctoral researcher in Egyptology, Charles University
Veronika Dulíková focuses on history, archaeology, and above all in society, material culture, prosopography, administration and Complex Network Analyses in the Old Kingdom. She created and maintains the database named Maat-base comprising data on more than 8,000 Old Kingdom officials, their titles and family relations. She applies the Complex Network Analysis method to the Old Kingdom society in close collaboration with mathematicians. Since 2010, she has been a member of archaeological missions in Egypt (Abusir).
Current project: Titles and bones of ancient Egyptian officials: New mathematical approach to analysing Old Kingdom data, 2024–2028, Czech Science Foundation, Junior Star, No. 24-10275M (Principal Investigator: Veronika Dulíková). The interdisciplinary project integrating the methods of systematic data collecting and complex network analysis with anthropological study of particular individuals buried at Giza and Abusir enables us to view, newly interconnect and evaluate known data using new perspectives that significantly expand and deepen our knowledge of ancient Egyptian society at a number of levels: an individual (physical appearance, physical activity, career length) – the family or community (family ties, nepotism) – the whole society/population (demography, changes over time).

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Veronique Griffith

Lecturer in Healthcare Sciences, University of Manchester
I completed my undergraduate degree at Harvard University in 2002, my clinical medical degree (MD) at Yale School of Medicine in 2009, and my PhD in anthropology at Durham University, UK in January 2019. My PhD research and subsequent book focussed on women's experiences of endometriosis, a chronic gynecological disease, and the reasons for long delays in diagnosis and experiences of endometriosis in the clinic.

I currently teach in public health with a focus on health protection, applied epidemiology, and participatory research methodologies, among other topics.

I have broad research interests within public health including how health technologies in hospitals impact on therapeutic practices. My main research focus lies in the fluidity of diagnostic categories and how this ultimately affects therapeutic practices and access to care by disadvantaged communities. I am particularly interested in ontologies of chronic diseases primarily in women and minority populations, with an emphasis on media and online visual representations of menstruation, childlessness, chronic illness, and pain.

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Véronique Helfer

Senior scientist, Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT)
Mangrove ecosystems; environmental change; species distribution modeling; eDNA/aDNA biomonitoring; biotic interactions; ecosystem processes and services; landscape genetics/genomics; environmental metabolomics; organic matter dynamics; mangrove microbiome; spatial conservation planning.

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Vesselina Tossan

maître de conférences HDR en sciences de gestion , Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM)
Management de l'innovation
Adoption de technologies, notamment numériques dans le retail
Engagement du consommateur
Leadership et entrepreneuriat
Stratégie d'internationalisation

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Vianey Rueda

PhD Student in Resource Ecology Management, University of Michigan
Vianey grew up in San Elizario, Texas, a small city in the lower valley of El Paso. Before starting her first year at the University of Michigan as a PhD student, Vianey worked for the City of Boerne, Texas as the city’s Data Architect, where her task included managing the city’s water data and building a water dashboard to be used for decision-makers. Vianey first became interested in water concerns, specifically the role of science and policy in water management, through her work on the family farm and her proximity to the Rio Grande. She grew increasingly more concerned as she saw the section of the Rio Grande that passes through El Paso go dry (as it remains today) and as the livelihood of many farmers became threatened by a scarce resource and a changing climate. Vianey aspires to have a career in policy, either through advising or a political career of her own.

Vianey’s current research is focused on the 1944 Water Treaty between the United States and Mexico and using an interdisciplinary lens to finding alternative water delivery mechanisms for the Rio Grande that reduce treaty non-compliance and protect community needs in the face of increasing basin variability. Her interdisciplinary approach is to combine socio-economic, hydrologic modeling, and a legal/political analysis in order to uncover holistic solutions. An important component of her research is the continued interaction with communities of the Texas-Mexico border and the co-production of knowledge.

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Vianney Dequiedt

Professor of Economics, Université Clermont Auvergne (UCA)
Vianney Dequiedt est Professeur d’Economie à l’Université Clermont Auvergne, chercheur au Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches sur le Développement International (CERDI, UMR CNRS 6587) et directeur scientifique de la Fondation pour les Etudes et Recherches sur le Développement International. Ses intérêts de recherche couvrent l’économie du développement, l’économie publique et la théorie des jeux. Il a publié ses travaux dans des revues académiques telles que l’American Economic Review, le Journal of Economic Theory ou le Journal of Development Economics. Il est ingénieur diplômé de l’Ecole Polytechnique, promotion 95, et a obtenu son doctorat à l’Université de Toulouse en 2002. Il a été directeur du CERDI de 2013 à 2016, puis successivement vice-président recherche de l’Université d’Auvergne (2016-2017) et vice-président en charge des collegiums de l’Université Clermont Auvergne (2017-2021). Il est actuellement responsable scientifique et technique du Labex IDGM+ (Initiative pour le Développement et la Gouvernance Mondiale).

Vianney Dequiedt is Professor of Economics at Université Clermont Auvergne, a researcher at CERDI (UMR CNRS 6587) and scientific director of FERDI (Foundation for studies and research on international development). His research interests include development economics, public economics and game theory. He published his work in leading academic journals such as the American Economic Review, the Journal of Economic Theory or the Journal of Development Economics. He graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique (MSc) in 1998 and obtained his PhD from Toulouse University in 2002. He served as director of CERDI from 2013 to 2016 and subsequently as research vice-president of Université d’Auvergne (2016-2017) and as vice-president in charge of Collegiums of Université Clermont Auvergne (2017-2021). He is currently scientific leader of Labex IDGM+ (Initiative for development and global governance).

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Vicki Crawford

Professor of Africana Studies, Morehouse College
Professor of Africana Studies/Director of the Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection
B.A., Spelman College; M.A., University of Georgia; Ph.D., Emory University

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Vicki Cummings

Professor of Neolithic Archaeology, Cardiff University
I am an archaeologist who specialises in the Neolithic of Britain and Ireland within a wider north-west European context. I have a particular interest in monuments and have led research projects exploring chambered tomb architecture in Wales, Scotland and Ireland. I also have a long-term interest in teaching and researching hunting and gathering communities on a world scale.

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Vicki Leibowitz

Research Fellow, Design & Creative Practice, RMIT University
Vicki holds a PhD in architecture from Monash University and has expertise in the fields of architectural theory, heritage, art and culture, with specific interest in the ways in which architecture is a mechanism for societal change. Professionally trained in New Zealand, she has taught across numerous architecture schools, including Victoria University of Wellington, UTS, Sydney University and UNSW. She is currently a research fellow at RMIT's Platform of Design and Creative Practice.

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Vicki McNamara

Senior Research Associate, Centre for the Future of the Legal Profession, UNSW Sydney
I am Senior Research Associate with the Centre for the Future of the Legal Profession at Law & Justice, UNSW. I have worked across the legal sector for many years and I am admitted to practice law in NSW. My previous professional experience spans both legal practice and senior business management roles at global and Australian law firms, and with legal operations teams in ASX listed corporations in the financial services and FMCG sectors.

My work in a practice context includes designing and delivering business strategies that leverage enterprise knowledge, build professionals' expertise and integrate new technology.

I have a proven track record of designing and implementing Knowledge Management (KM) and legal technology strategies, solutions, and systems that leverage enterprise knowledge to enhance service delivery, operational efficiency, and business performance. My management competencies include KM framework development and governance; knowledge and research services management; technology acquisition, project management and delivery; business management and planning; process redesign and transformation, and innovation strategy delivery.

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Vicki Saunders

Postdoctoral research fellow, CQUniversity Australia
Dr Saunders (BPsych, MPH, PhD) is a Gunggari woman with connections to the Maranoa region of Southern Central Queensland. She is currently research fellow with the Jawun Research Centre (formerly the Centre for Indigenous Health Equity) Central Queensland University and the Centre for Research Excellence-Strengthening Systems STRengthening systems for InDigenous health care Equity (CRE-STRIDE). She is also Adjunct Research Associate with the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre through the Listening to Country project (see www.listeningtocountry.com). She is currently a member of the Maya Kawayu Indigenous data governance committee (ANU) and the Muliyan research consortium, which is a community of independent academics/educational researchers working with the Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives. Her research interests are focused on building First Peoples research capacity, public health and arts-based research as well as Indigenist and poetic inquiry.

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Vickie B. Sullivan

Professor of Political Science, Tufts University
Vickie Sullivan is the Cornelia M. Jackson Professor of Political Science and teaches and studies political thought and philosophy. She also maintains teaching and research interests in politics and literature. Her most recent book is "Montesquieu and the Despotic Ideas of Europe" published by the University of Chicago Press in 2017. She is also the author of "Machiavelli, Hobbes, and the Formation of a Liberal Republicanism in England" published by Cambridge University Press in 2004 and issued in paperback in 2006; and of "Machiavelli’s Three Romes: Religion, Human Liberty, and Politics Reformed" published by Northern Illinois University Press in 1996 and reissued by Cornell University Press in paperback in 2020.

She has also edited two volumes: "The Comedy and Tragedy of Machiavelli: Essays on the Literary Works" published by Yale University Press in 2000; and "Shakespeare’s Political Pageant: Essays in Politics and Literature," with Joseph Alulis, published by Rowman & Littlefield Press in 1996.

Her articles have appeared in The American Political Science Review, History of European Ideas, History of Political Thought, Political Theory, Polity, and Review of Politics. Her current project is tentatively entitled "Modern Empires, Political and Philosophical."

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Victor Amadi

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cape Town
Victor Amadi is a postdoctoral researcher and a research consultant at the New South Institute, participating in the research program on African migration governance reform. Victor holds the LLB, LLM, and LLD degrees from the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. His research interests are international trade law, comparative regional integration, and development in Africa. Victor's doctoral thesis examined the facilitation of intra-regional trade through the movement of people in the Southern African Development Community (SADC).

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Victor Brar

Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia
I am a scholar within the Faculty of Education at UBC, as well as an elementary and adult education practitioner in the Surrey School District. My research interests lie in the intersection of academia and K-12 classrooms.

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Victor Channell

Murramarang and Walbunga Elder, Indigenous Knowledge
Murramarang and Walbunga Elder and Knowledge Holder. Dhurga Language group.

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Victor Court

Économiste, chercheur associé au Laboratoire interdisciplinaire des énergies de demain, Université Paris Cité
Après ses études d’ingénieur en sciences de l’environnement (AgroParisTech) et son master en économie de l’énergie (IFP School), Victor a réalisé un doctorat (Université Paris Nanterre) dont la thèse portait sur le rôle de l’énergie dans le processus de croissance économique. Cette analyse se focalisait notamment sur le concept de retour énergétique sur énergie investie (EROI en anglais pour « Energy-Return-On-Investment »), qui est une mesure de l’accessibilité de l’énergie. Durant les trois années qui suivirent ce doctorat, Victor a mené des recherches dans différentes institutions. D’abord au sein de la Chaire Énergie et Prospérité et du Centre de formation sur l’Environnement et la Société de l’ENS Ulm. Ensuite en Angleterre, dans la Science Policy Research Unit de l’Université du Sussex à Brighton, où son travail s’est concentré sur l’impact énergétique des technologies numériques.

Victor Court a rejoint le Centre Économie et Management de l’Énergie d’IFP School en mars 2020. Il participe à l’enseignement et à l’organisation des trois programmes du Centre (Énergie et marchés, Petroleum Economics and Management, et le Master Économie de l’environnement, de l’énergie et des transports). Ses centres d’intérêt concernent les interactions entre changement technique, transition énergétique et développement économique dans le temps long. Victor est également chercheur associé à la Chaire Energie & Prospérité, ainsi qu'au Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Energies de Demain (LIED, Université Paris Cité)

En plus de ses cours et de ses publications dans différents journaux académiques, Victor s’attèle désormais à la rédaction de livres pour le grand public. Le premier d’entre eux, « L'Emballement du monde », est un essai sur l’histoire des sociétés humaines et sur la façon dont l’énergie et les rapports de domination s’y entrelacent.

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Victor Danneyrolles

Professeur-chercheur en écologie forestière, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC)
My research aims to understand the historical, contemporary, and future effects of global changes on forest ecosystems.

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Victor Gambarini

PhD Student in Marine Science, University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau
Victor completed his BSc in Marine Sciences at Federal University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. During his MSc in Bioinformatics at State University of Campinas, Brazil, Victor studied the effects caused by drought on the metatranscriptome of sugarcane rhizosphere. Victor is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, where he studies microorganisms related to plastic pollution.His research has two main goals: the first is to evaluate the presence and abundance of microorganisms and related genes as potential novel indicators of plastic pollution in New Zealand waterways; the second goal is to identify plastic degrading microorganisms and enzymes that could be used in the bioremediation of impacted sites.

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Victor J. Lance

Founder and president of Lance Surety Bond Associates, Inc.

Victor began his career serving as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. He served as a logistics officer during a combat tour to Afghanistan, and during a subsequent tour to Iraq was the officer in charge of an Iraqi Police Transition Team. Later, he was assigned to the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, serving as Assistant Professor of Naval Science and Marine Officer Instructor. During this time, he taught a series of undergraduate military history courses covering the evolution of warfare in past and present conflicts.

Victor graduated from Villanova University with a degree in Business Administration and holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business.

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Victor Onyilor Achem

Researcher, University of Ibadan
Victor Achem is a doctoral researcher at the University of Ibadan, with a first and second degree in sociology from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and the University of Ibadan. He specialises in social research and data deconstruction, with a focus on informing policy and justifying intervention.

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Victor Song

Assistant Professor, Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University
Dr. Victor Song is an assistant professor jointly in Finance and Innovation & Entrepreneurship areas in the Beedie School of Business of Simon Fraser University after working for two years as a research associate in the School of Public Policy, University of Calgary where he earned his dual Ph.D. degree in Economics and Finance as a distinguished doctoral graduate.

His research focuses on Corporate Finance, Industrial Organization, and Innovation and his teaching interests include Corporate Finance, International Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions and Managerial Economics. Victor has earned several teaching excellence awards from Simon Fraser University and University of Calgary, respectively, since he was a doctoral student.

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Victor C. Eze

PhD, Research Fellow at IFRA-Nigéria, University of Ibadan
Victor C. Eze is a Research Fellow with French Institute for Research in Africa. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy and Master’s Degree in Communication and Language Art with focus on Political Communication from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. His research interests include media framing, international communication, political communication, crisis/peace communication and China-Africa relations.

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Víctor Climent Sanjuán

Profesor Titular de Sociología, Universitat de Barcelona
-Doctor en Sociología por la Universidad de Barcelona y Licenciado en Ciencias Políticas y Sociología por la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona.
-Profesor Titular de Universidad
-Vicerector de Relaciones Laborales de la UB desde enero de 2021
-Consejero del Consell de Treball, Econòmic i Social de Catalunya (CTESC) desde octubre 2019.
-Investigador en 2 proyectos europeos y 4 proyectos estatales de I+D.
-Autor de numerosas publicaciones científicas. Las 3 últimas publicaciones datan de 2020 y 2021 (CIS, Revista Izquierdas y Revista Educar) y entre 2015 y 2021 ha editado 8 publicaciones indexadas; 6 artículos y 2 capítulos de libro en un monográfico (CIS y Palgrave Macmillan). Código Orcid: 0000-0003-0175-4341.
-Ponente en cuatro congresos internacionales: Barcelona (2016), Valencia (2014), Paris (2014) y México (2013). Y profesor invitado en las Universidades de Sao Paulo (2019), Católica de Chile (2018) y Buenos Aires (2017).

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Victor Dos Santos Paulino

Professeur associé en management de l'innovation et stratégie, Chaire Sirius, TBS Education
Victor DOS SANTOS PAULINO enseigne le management de l’innovation et la stratégie à la TBS Education.

Il exerce régulièrement des responsabilités pédagogiques dans des formations en lien avec le management de l’innovation et les activités spatiales.

Il est membre du RRI (Réseau de Recherche sur l’Innovation) et du comité éditorial des revues Innovations (Journal of Innovation Economics & Management Innovations, Revue d'économie et de management de l'innovation).

Ses recherches traitent du thème de l’innovation à la fois sous l’angle méso (ex. dynamiques industrielles et des marchés) et l’angle micro (ex. stratégies, changements organisationnels). Depuis 2003, il est co-directeur de la Chaire SIRIUS ce qui lui a permis de développer une forte expertise dans le secteur spatial.

Il publie ses travaux dans des revues scientifiques de rang international et il a écrit le livre : Trajectoires d'innovation dans l'industrie spatiale.

Il encadre plusieurs thèses de doctorat.

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Víctor Fernández García

Chargé de recherche at the University of Lausanne, Université de Lausanne
Doctor cum laude from the University of León since 2019, with international mention thanks to stays at the University of California, Michigan State University, and Northern Arizona University. I currently work as a researcher at the University of Lausanne. My work focuses on disturbance ecology and the use of remote sensing techniques applied to the field of ecology, mainly to wildfires.

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Victor Martínez de Albéniz

Profesor de IESE en operaciones, información y tecnología, IESE Business School (Universidad de Navarra)
Víctor Martínez de Albéniz is a full professor in IESE’s Department of Production, Technology and Operations Management.

He joined IESE in 2004 after earning a Ph.D. at the Operations Research Center of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and an engineering degree at École Polytechnique in France.

His research is on broad operations management. He started his career working on procurement and supply issues, where a balanced sourcing portfolios can provide low cost, flexibility, and innovation opportunities. He has spent the last 15 years working on retail topics, where he has developed models for fashion trends (apparel, music, etc.) and optimized operations in volatile markets. He is currently interested in the interface of firm operations with consumers, and this includes the design of retail touchpoints, the management of experiences, and the use of repeated interactions to drive consumer behavior.

His work has been published in journals such as Management Science, Operations Research, Manufacturing and Services Operations Management, or Production and Operations Management. He has received support by the European Research Council (ERC), the Spanish Ministry of Economics and Competitiveness, and La Caixa foundation. In 2015 he was awarded the Sabadell Herrero prize for Economic Research and in 2018 the MSOM Young Scholar Prize. He is also a Department Editor of Management Science and has been a member of the editorial boards of Manufacturing and Services Operations Management, and Production and Operations Management.

In addition, Prof. Martínez de Albéniz teaches IESE courses on operations management, operations strategy, advanced methods for operations and new product development, both at the executive and MBA levels. He has also taught at other schools such as MIT, MDE (Côte d’Ivoire) or the Indian School of Business.

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Victor R. Lee

Associate Professor of Learning Sciences and Technology Design in Education, Stanford University
My academic career has examined the future possibilities for STEM Education that could be made accessible in current learning spaces. This has involved research and design work that has been in school, libraries, museums, online, and at home. I have been recognized with the three top distinctions in my field for early career research (NSF CAREER Award, National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation Fellowship, and the AERA Jan Hawkins Award). Currently, I serve as president of the International Society of the Learning Sciences.

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Victoria Barnes

Reader in Commercial Law, Brunel University London
Dr Victoria Barnes is Reader in Commercial Law at Brunel University London. Her research examines contract, commercial and corporate law from transnational, comparative and interdisciplinary perspectives. She unpicks pivotal historic events, such as landmark cases, and place them in context. Global actors, such as judges, lawyers, and other influential figures, including CEOs, feature heavily in her work often as catalysts for socio-legal change. She has published around 40 journal articles and book chapters on these themes.

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