Julian Anslinger wrote his PhD thesis (submitted May, 2019) in social psychology at the Center of Excellence for Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC) in the work group applied social psychology and gender research. He is expert for social-psychological processes, gender studies, quantitative methods and scientific communication. His areas of research are social gender justice in academia and research, stereotypes, sexual objectification and harassment, sexism, judgment and decision making as well as queer-feminist science and technology studies
Zhang Boyu is a doctoral candidate at The Research Center for Philosophy of Science and Technology at Shanxi University, China. He did his undergraduate studies at the Shanxi University, where he graduated in the software engineering, then he entered into the center and started the further research. His research focuses on the philosophy of computer science, especially on the algorithm.
Nicki Lisa Cole, PhD is an American sociologist with expertise in consumer culture and global supply chains, with a particular focus on the production and consumption of electronics, sustainable and ethical production and consumption, and fair trade systems. She has worked at universities and research organisations in California, England and Austria. Nicki’s focus while a Fellow at IAS-STS is on publication and funding acquisition.
Matthias Duller studied sociology (BA 2009) and Southeast European history (MA 2011) in Graz, Cluj-Napoca, and Zadar, and received his PhD in sociology from the University of Graz in 2017. Since 2012 he has worked in several research projects on Cold War social science in the sociology department in Graz where he has also taught courses on the history of sociology, social studies of science, sociological theory and empirical social research.
Julianna Faludi PhD is a sociologist researching social innovation, the relation of human and technology, and digital entrepreneurship. Her approach stems from the framework of open/collaborative/user innovation and modularity, that was explored in her Dissertation on open innovation in the design-driven industries. She obtained her PhD at the University of Trento (Italy) in Local Development, and Sociology at the Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary).
Johannes Funk, DI has studied Process Engineering and Materials Science at the Technical University Graz and is currently employed by AVL List GmbH as a Development Engineer for fuel cell systems.
Marat Karatayev is a Newton Al-Farabi Energy Research Fellow at the Energy Technology Research Institute, University of Nottingham, UK. He is also a Research Associate with the Kazakh Institute for Economic Research and UNESCO Department on Sustainable Development at Al-Farabi Kazakh National University.
Katerina is lecturer at the Science Policy Research Unit at Sussex University. She has been researcher and investigator for a series of EC, EPSRC, HEFCE funded interdisciplinary and cooperative research programmes (e.g. PAGANINI, FAAN, Liveable Cities, AgriFood Resilience). She holds a PhD in Sociology from Lancaster University and an MA in Bioethics from the University of Crete.
Karen Richmond, PhD is a socio-legal scholar, currently working as a postdoctoral researcher with the European Graduate School (Division of Philosophy, Art, and Critical Theory). She completed her undergraduate studies at University of Edinburgh, graduating in law. Her work focuses on the interactions between law, and science, with a particular focus on the construction, and regulation, of expert scientific evidence. She has worked at the University of Edinburgh, and the Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science.
Surbhi Singh is a doctoral candidate at the Centre for Studies in Science, Tecnology and Innovation Policy at Central University of Gujarat, India. Her research focuses on regional innovation systems specifically takinginto consideration the peculiar geographical boundaries to inspect the growth oflow carbon technologies in a region. She was awarded a M.Phil. in May 2019 for the title “Mapping Energy Landscape of Andaman and Nicobar Islands with special reference to Innovation in Solar-based Technologies” submitted at Central University of Gujarat.
Michał Wróblewski is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Philosophy and Social Sciences at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń (Poland). He holds a PhD in political philosophy.
He is interested in environmental STS and sociology of medicine, health and illness.