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Emmanuelle Genin

Directrice de Recherche en génétique statistique et des populations, Inserm
Emmanuelle Génin développe des projets de recherche en génétique des populations et génétique statistique pour mettre en évidence les gènes impliqués dans les maladies. Après l’obtention d’une thèse de l’Université Pierre et Marie Curie à Paris dans le domaine de l’épidémiologie génétique, elle a réalisé un post-doctorat en génétique des populations dans le département de biologie intégrative de l’Université de Californie à Berkeley. Elle a contribué à la mise en évidence des gènes impliqués dans plusieurs maladies monogéniques en particulier des maladies récessives en utilisant la consanguinité. Elle a une expertise dans l’étude des populations isolées et consanguines et les stratégies d’analyse statistique dans ces populations. Elle s’est également intéressée aux interactions gène-environnement et a proposé des stratégies pour étudier ces interactions lorsque l’on travaille avec des témoins de référence sans information sur les expositions. En 2009, elle a obtenu un financement de l’Ambassade de France à Londres pour réaliser un séjour de recherche au Churchill College de Cambridge et travailler au Sanger Institute à l’étude des méthodes d’analyse statistique des variants génétiques rares. Elle a également étudié la stratification des variants rares dans la population britannique sur les données du Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium. En 2012, elle a rejoint le laboratoire de génétique, génomique fonctionnelle et biotechnologies de Brest pour lancer de nouveaux projets sur la stratification génétique dans les populations de l’Ouest de la France. Elle dirige le laboratoire depuis 2017. Elle est impliquée dans le plan France Médecine Génomique 2025 comme responsable du projet pilote « Population Générale » qui vise à caractériser la structure génétique de la population française. En juillet 2022, elle a pris la co-direction de l'ITMO Aviesan Génétique Génomique et Bioinformatique (GGB) et la direction de l'Institut Thématique Inserm GGB.

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Emmanuelle George

Chercheuse en aménagement touristique, Inrae
Mes travaux de recherches sont centrés sur le tourisme de montagne, notamment celui porté par les stations de sports d’hiver. L’objectif est de questionner l’organisation productive du tourisme et les trajectoires d’adaptation de ces stations dans un contexte de fort changement global. Plus particulièrement, l’enjeu est d’apporter des connaissances et des outils aux acteurs des territoires et porteurs de politiques publiques, dans une optique d’analyses et d’accompagnement des transitions touristiques et territoriales.

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Emmanuelle Mansart-Monat

Économiste risque pays, Agence française de développement (AFD)
Diplômée d’un baccalauréat en administration des affaires trilingue (BAA) et titulaire d’un master en économie appliquée de HEC Montréal, Emmanuelle Mansart Monat commence sa carrière au sein d’Investissements PSP, un grand fond de pension canadien, où elle contribue à la recherche macroéconomique et financière du groupe. Par la suite, elle rejoint Exportations et Développement Canada, l’agence de crédit à l’exportation canadienne, en tant qu’économiste risque pays, spécialisée sur l’Union Européenne et l’Afrique du Nord. Elle rejoint l’AFD en 2020, en tant qu’économiste risque pays, couvrant une variété de pays, afin d’apporter un éclairage sur les trajectoires macroéconomiques, financières et sociales des pays dans lesquels l’AFD intervient.

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Emrah Kırdök

Assistant Professor, Department of Biotechnology, Mersin University

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Ena Chadha

Adjunct Professor York University Schulich School of Buisness / Chair of the Human Rights Legal Support Centre Board of Directors, York University, Canada
Chair, Human Rights Legal Support Centre

Ena Chadha is a senior human rights lawyer, investigator, scholar and mediator. As a proud member of Ontario’s South Asian community, Ena’s career has been dedicated to advancing social justice in the province. Ena is Chair of the Human Rights Legal Support Centre of Ontario. She served as former Chief Commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission during the pandemic; Co-reviewer of the ground breaking systemic racism review of the Peel District School Board; Vice-Chair with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario from 2007-2015 and Director of Litigation with ARCH: Disability Law Centre, where she appeared before the Supreme Court of Canada in seminal equality rights cases. Ena has authored several precedent-setting human rights decisions and has published extensively on disability, race and gender discrimination and harassment. Ena is a recipient of the 2023 Law Society Medal.

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Enayat Nasir

Research Assistant in Educational Policy, University at Albany, State University of New York
Enayat Nasir is a Ph.D. scholar in educational policy and leadership at the State University of New York at Albany (SUNY Albany). He has earned a Master of Science in the same discipline from SUNY Albany and has also undertaken Project Management studies at Cornell University. He is an alumnus of prestigious programs like the Fulbright Program, the Swedish Institute, and the World Innovation Summit for Education.

He researches equity in education, public-private partnerships, and the privatization of higher education. His research and advocacy work has gained considerable attention. Enayat shares his expert opinions and analyses through various channels, including his blog (https://enayatnasir.substack.com/). Enayat is deeply committed to advocating for girls' education in Afghanistan.

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Endang Jamal

Senior lecturer in aquaculture, Pattimura University and doctoral student, Southern Cross University
Endang Jamal is a senior lecturer in the Aquaculture Study Program, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Pattimura University Ambon Indonesia. She just completed her doctoral study at the Southern Cross University, NSW, Australia, titled “Estuarine Contaminants and Oyster Health in the Richmond River Estuary, NSW, Australia”.

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Engelbert Bain Luchuo

Senior Research Associate, University of Johannesburg
I am a public health (Global health) professional and a specialist in empirical research methods in bioethics. I have a keen interest in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Climate Change and Health, One Health, HIV-AIDS, Health systems strengthening/Resilience, human resources for health management, and monitoring and evaluation of public health interventions. I am particularly interested in core epistemological questions in global health (equity, justice, funding), and a student of "decolonization of global health".

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Enid Slack

Director of the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance (IMFG) at the School of Cities, University of Toronto
Dr. Enid Slack is the Director of the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance (IMFG) at the School of Cities at the University of Toronto. The IMFG focuses on the fiscal health and governance challenges facing large cities and city-regions. The Institute’s mandate is to conduct independent research, spark and inform public debate, and to engage the academic and policy communities around important issues of municipal finance and governance.

Enid has been working on municipal finance issues in Canada and abroad for 40 years. Prior to establishing the IMFG, she was a consultant specializing in municipal finance. Enid has worked with the World Bank, the IMF, UN Habitat, ADB, and IDB in countries such as Brazil, China, Colombia, India, Mexico, Mongolia, the Philippines, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda. She has written several books and articles on property taxes, intergovernmental transfers, development charges, financing municipal infrastructure, municipal governance, municipal boundary restructuring, and education funding. Recent books (co-edited with Richard Bird) include Financing Urban Infrastructure: Who Should Pay and Is Your City Healthy? Measuring Urban Fiscal Health.

Enid received her B.A. in Economics from York University (Glendon College), and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Toronto. In 2012, Enid was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for her work on cities.

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Ẹniọlá Ànúolúwapọ́ Ṣóyẹmí

Departmental Lecturer in Political Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Oxford
I am Departmental Lecturer in Political Philosophy and Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford. I work on topics in African and Contemporary political, moral, and legal philosophy-- in particular, on questions of freedom, injustice, democracy and authority, and deliberative democratic practice. My academic work has been published in Political Theory, the Philosophical Forum, the Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, and the Routledge Handbook of African Political Philosophy. My essays and commentary have also appeared in Weekendavisen, the New York Times, the New Yorker Radio Hour, the Guardian, and Premium Times Newspaper, among others.

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Enoch F Sam

Head of Department , Department of Geography Education, University of Education, Winneba
Enoch is a Senior Lecturer and a Transport Geographer with research interests in Traffic safety, Public transport management and Sustainable urban mobility. His current projects include: "Towards a disability-inclusive urban transport system in Accra and Nairobi: a policy-practice agenda" funded by Volvo Research and Educational Foundation under the Mobility and Access in African Cities (MAC) initiative; "Safety culture and practices among the public transport operators in Ghana" and "Media reportage on road traffic accidents in Ghana".
Transport Geography, Sustainable Urban Mobility, Traffic Safety, Public Transport Operations, Statistical Methods and Techniques, Mixed Research Methodologies

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Enock Sithole

Lecturer, University of the Witwatersrand
PhD in climate change communication.

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Enrica De Cian

Professor of Environmental Economics, Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Enrica De Cian is professor in environmental economics at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy), research scientist at Fondazione Centro Euro-Mediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici (CMCC), and at RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment.

She is an ERC Starting Grant grantee with the project ENERGYA – Energy use for Adaptation. She coordinates Ca’ Foscari’s Master in Science and Management of Climate Change. Before she was researcher at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), and she has collaborated with several research organizations in Europe (CEPS, ZEW) and in the U.S. (Joint Program at MIT, Boston University). Her research focuses on the global impacts of climate change on the economy, the society, and sustainable development. She works with integrated assessment models and econometric and statistical approaches.

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Enrico Bonadio

Enrico Bonadio is Senior Lecturer in Law at City University London (City Law School), where he teaches various modules on intellectual property law.

He holds law degrees from the University of Florence (PhD) and the University of Pisa (LLB), and is Associate Editor and Intellectual Property Correspondent of the European Journal of Risk Regulation.

He regularly lectures, publishes and advises in the field of UK, European and international intellectual property law. He published a book on TRIPS Agreement and genetic resources (Jovene, 2008) and several articles in leading international peer-reviewed journals. He received the ECTA Award for the Best Paper in Trademark Law in 2013 (plain packaging of tobacco products under European intellectual property law). Enrico is currently co-editing a book entitled "Beyond Plain Packaging - The New Intellectual Property of Health" (Elgar, forthcoming 2016). He has also done academic work on digital copyright and free speech, exhaustion of IP rights and parallel imports, patentability of human embryonic stem cells and patents and food safety. His current research agenda focuses on copyright protection of graffiti and street art.

Enrico is Visiting Professor in European Intellectual Property Law at Université Catholique de Lyon (France) and University of Turku (Finland) as well as visiting lecturer at the LLM in Intellectual Property offered by WIPO and the University of Turin. He also recently taught at Universidad San Carlos de Guatemala, University of Wroclaw (Poland), Academy of European Law (Germany), Moscow State Law Academy (Russia), Université de Toulouse (France) and University of Pisa (Italy). In 2013 he has been Visiting Scholar at Melbourne Law School (University of Melbourne, Australia). His research and teaching interests have led him to deliver papers and talks in all five continents.

Enrico is a Solicitor qualified to practise in England and Wales as well as in Italy. He practised as Intellectual Property attorney for several years in top-tier international law firms.

He is member of AIPPI (Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle), ATRIP (International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property), EPIP (European Policy for Intellectual Property), LES (Licensing Executives Society), BILA (British Italian Law Association), The Law Society of England and Wales and the Spinelli Network Group.

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Enrico Coiera

Professor of Medical Informatics, Macquarie University
Professor Coiera's research explores the roles, benefits and risks of artificial intelligence in healthcare. He has worked in academia, industry and the health system, and is dual trained in medicine and computer science. He is Director of the Centre for Health Informatics at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University. He is also the Director of the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Digital Health, and leads the Australian Alliance for AI in Healthcare.

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Enrico Gennari

Research Associate at the Department of Ichthyology and Fisheries Science and Shark Scientist and Founder Oceans Research Institute, Rhodes University
Dr Enrico Gennari has been studying sharks for over 15 years. Researcher by aspiration and educator for passion, he has specialised in the eco-physiology of the white shark but his interests are currently focusing on animal movement ecology and the mitigation of human/shark conflict.

He is an honorary research associate of the South African Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity (SAIAB), research associate at Rhodes University’s Department of Ichthyology and Fisheries Science (DIFS), member of the Shark Advisory Group invited by the South African Department of Environmental Affairs, member of the South African White Shark Research group and member of the Southern Africa Movement Ecology group.

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Enrico Monti

Associate professor of English and Translation Studies, Université de Haute-Alsace (UHA)
Enrico Monti is Associate professor of English and Translation Studies at UHA Mulhouse (France). His research focuses on different aspects of translation, namely metaphor translation, retranslation and collaborative translation.
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Enrico Monti est maître de conférences en Anglais et Traductologie à l’Université de Haute-Alsace. Docteur de l’université de Bologne, il s’est intéressé à la traduction de la métaphore, à la retraduction et à la traduction collaborative. Il a codirigé les volumes Autour de la retraduction (Paris, Orizons, 2011), Tradurre figure/Translating Figurative Language (Bologna, BUP, 2014), Traduire à plusieurs/Collaborative translations (Paris, Orizons, 2018).

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Enrique Torchia

Assistant Research Professor of Dermatology, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
We study how the fidelity of cell division (e.i., the formation of two genetically identical daughter cells) is regulated during increased proliferation in normal tissues or can be compromised in cancer to contribute to tumor progression. We are focusing on three questions: 1. How is mitosis regulated in highly proliferative conditions? 2. How is mitotic fidelity maintained during highly proliferative conditions? 3. How does mitotic infidelity contribute to cancer progression and metastasis? We use physiological models coupled to basic biochemical and cell biology techniques as well as new emerging single cell and bioinformatic approaches. We have defined the role of the mitotic kinase AURORA A in skin cancers and shown how enhanced genomic instability can accelerate metastasis prone skin cancers. We have also described mechanisms that regulate mitosis in rapidly diving tissues under normal (e.g., development) and precancer conditions using genetically engineered animal models.

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Enrique Morán Tejeda

Profesor de Climatología , Universitat de les Illes Balears
Licenciado (2004) y Doctor (2011) en Geografía por la Universidad de Salamanca. Investigador Posdoctoral en el Institute des Sciences de l'Environment (Universidad de Ginebra, 2012-2014). Investigador Juan de la Cierva en el Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología-CSIC (2014-2015). He realizado estancias de investigación en la Universidad Estatal de Colorado (EEUU) y en el Instituto de Meteorología, Hidrología y Estudios Ambientales de Colombia. Actualmente soy Profesor de Climatología en el Departamento de Geografía de la Universidad de les las Islas Baleares.

Mis líneas de investigación abarcan las interacciones entre el clima y los sistemas hidrológicos en el contexto del cambio global. El objetivo es profundizar en el conocimiento sobre los posibles impactos del cambio climático y los cambios en los uso del suelo en los recursos hídricos de zonas con alta sensibilidad ambiental, como son la cuenca Mediterránea, y las regiones de montaña

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Enzo Fasquelle

Research associate NigeriaWatch & IFRA-Nigeria, Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD)

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Eoghan Kelly

PhD Candidate, Teaching Assistant & Guest Lecturer, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen's University Belfast
I am a current third year PhD candidate at Queen's University, Belfast. For my PhD I am studying the impact of electoral systems in the devolved areas of the UK and have studied politics and governance across Western Europe.
I am a guest lecturer in contemporary Irish politics and a teaching assistant on a number of modules including political theory, statistics and European politics. My work has been published in the Party Politics journal, and I have worked for three years in the UK's education industry.

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Eoin Daly

Lecturer Above The Bar, School of Law, University of Galway
I specialise in the political theory of constitutional law, with a focus on issues around law and religion, Church and State, judicial power, republicanism, French political thought and the history of political thought. My latest book is Rousseau's Constitutionalism: Austerity and Republican Freedom (Hart, 2017). I am also author (with Tom Hickey of) A Political Theory of the Irish Constitution (Manchester University Press, 2015), and of Religion, Law and the Irish State (Clarus, 2012). I have also authored over thirty peer-reviewed journal articles on various issues in legal and political theory as well as constitutional law.
I studied Law and French as an undergraduate and received a PhD from University College Cork in 2010. My thesis examined how jurisdictions committed to different concepts of constitutional secularism order the competing social claims on the value of religious freedom in schools.
Subsequently I worked as a Lecturer in DCU until 2012, and in University College Dublin until 2014. I joined NUI Galway in February 2014.

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Eoin Flaherty

Lecturer in sociology, Queen's University Belfast. Interested in political economy, income inequality, welfare, and time series methods.

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Eoin Whelan

Professor in Business Analytics and Society, University of Galway
Eoin Whelan is a Professor in Business Analytics & Society at the University of Galway. He is also a visiting professor at the Institute d'’Economie Scientifique et de Gestion (IESEG), France, and a Fulbright scholar at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His research explores the psychology underlying engagement with interactive digital media such as smartphones, social networking sites, fitness tracking apps, and online gambling and gaming sites. In other words, how do different attributes of digital media interact with the person's motivations, personality, beliefs, cognition, and situation, to influence the processes and outcomes such as wellbeing, conflict, and performance.

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Eoin O Colgain

Assistant Lecturer in Physical Sciences, Atlantic Technological University

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Eran Kaplan

Rhoda and Richard Goldman Chair in Jewish Studies, San Francisco State University
Eran Kaplan is the Rhoda and Richard Goldman Chair in Israel Studies at SF State. He received his B.A. (magna cum laude) from Tel Aviv University and his Ph.D. in Modern Jewish History from Brandeis University. Before coming to San Francisco, he taught at Princeton, Cincinnati, and Toronto.

He is the author of The Jewish Radical Right: Revisionist Zionism and its Ideological Legacy and of The Origins Of Israel: A Documentary History with Derek Penslar (both published by the University of Wisconsin Press). In 2016, he published Beyond Post-Zionism with SUNY Press. His most recent scholarly work, Projecting the Nation: History and Ideology on the Israeli Screen, appeared with Rutgers University Press in 2020. In addition to his scholarly publications, he contributed articles to Haaretz and Tikkun. At SF State, Professor Kaplan teaches courses on Modern Israel, the Arab-Israeli Conflict, Israeli Cinema, Modern Hebrew Culture and the History of Jerusalem.

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Erenna Morrison

PhD Candidate, Curriculum and Pedagogy, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Erenna Morrison is a fourth-year Curriculum and Pedagogy doctoral candidate at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education- University of Toronto. Her developing research focuses on reconciliatory education, specifically concerning the elementary religion curriculum in denominational schools. Erenna earned her undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education from Toronto Metropolitan University before completing her Master of Teaching degree at OISE. Over the past three and a half years, she has worked as a graduate assistant on a research project which further explores the Grade 11 English course, “Understanding Contemporary First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Voices”. She is grateful to be involved in this area of research.

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Eric Boa

I trained as a tree pathologist and spent ten years in Asia working first on a bamboo disease in Bangladesh and then on clove trees in Indonesia on UK aid projects. I've worked around the world, first with the Natural Resources Institute then with CABI for 17 years. My dominant interest for the last 20 years has been in farmer support, stimulated through the development and introduction of plant health clinics to Bolivia, Uganda, Bangladesh and beyond. More recently I have been attached to the University of Aberdeen, where I've returned to an interest in ash trees - the subject of my PhD way back then.

In a varied career that has included studying wild mushrooms in Malawi and bamboo for rural development, it is sometimes difficult to give a concise description of what I do. Hence this rather long-winded explanation. But the main theme has been bridging gaps between the science I love and the people for whom it is intended, whether they are cocoa farmers in DRC (which I visit regularly) or members of the public worrying about the health of the trees in the UK.

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Eric Bowman

Eric Bowman is a neurophysiologist interested in reward, motivation, learning and addiction.

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Eric Brymer

Chartered Psychologist, Southern Cross University
I am a researcher and psychologist specialising in Health, Performance and Learning in nature based and adventure based experiences.

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Eric Fusil

Associate Professor, School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide
Eric Fusil is a French-Australian Submarine passionate, having dedicated all his 20+ years of professional life to submarine industry.

He is a naval architect by background and had his experience crafted by a variety of roles covering the full spectrum of a boat lifecycle (design, build, test and activation and sustainment) and worldwide (USA, France, Australia) including Submarine Shipyard facilities (performing reviews for overseas customers to assess fitness for purpose).

He is fully aware of the challenges stemming from the local environment and, for instance, can put the Australian Future Submarine and Hunter Class project into perspective with the knowledge of his native background. In other words: he can bridge between two worlds.

After having worked for Naval Group in France and ASC in Australia, he created his own company, ODYSSEE AUS in 2017, working in Defence Industry worldwide before accepting a role at the University of Adelaide

Dedicated to the Australian sovereign capability he is now Assoc. Professor at the University of Adelaide, Director of the Shipbuilding Hub for Integrated Engineering and Local Design, and as Submarine Design postgraduate courses coordinator.

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Eric graduated as a Naval Architect (Masters in Engineering) in 1995 from ENSTA Bretagne (a French “grande école d’Ingénieurs” with highly competitive entry exam) after an internship within NAVSEA (Virginia, USA) and started his career in Production Quality controls for noise and vibration during build on SSBN and SSK, for what was DCNS and now known as Naval Group.

He then managed submarines sea trials and their commissioning for demanding customers (domestic and overseas).

From 1999 to 2003, he delivered in the pre-concept, concept and preliminary design phases of Barracuda submarine as engineer in charge of signatures and shock (underwater explosions).

In 2006, he joined the concept design office to be the lead naval architect and ultimately whole-of-boat technical lead for new batches of Scorpene conventional submarines up to 2012, including bids for overseas customers.

He joined ASC in 2013 after 18 years of submarine industry, 4 classes of submarines at sea or being built and roughly 2,000 hours of undersea navigation on submarines.

He was in charge of the Future Submarine design and build aspects at ASC PTY Ltd with his team of engineers and ultimately worked in submarine capability development before creating his own company, ODYSSEE AUS, in 2017 with customers in France, Australia and overseas.

Eric presented papers in forums such as Undersea Defence Technology in Europe, Anti Submarine Warfare conference in Singapore, Submarine Institute of Australia and Pacific Conferences.

He is a chartered engineer with Engineers Australia, a member of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects and of the Submarine Institute of Australia.

He is now course coordinator and lecturer for the postgraduate Submarine Design courses leading to the Masters of Marine Engineering of the University of Adelaide and the newly created French Australian Dual Degree with ENSTA Bretagne.

He has also initiated and developed the Adelaide French Australian Schools with a focus on bilingual education.

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Eric Gable

Professor of Anthropology, University of Mary Washington
Eric Gable received his Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Virginia. He has studied village-level politics and religion in Guinea-Bissau and Sulawesi, Indonesia, and the politics of heritage in the United States. He is the author of Anthropology and Egalitarianism (Indiana University Press) and (with Richard Handler) The New History in an Old Museum (Duke University Press). He is currently a managing editor for Museums and Society and book reviews editor for American Ethnologist.

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Eric Howell

OzGrav Associate Investigator; Research Fellow in Astrophysics, The University of Western Australia
Eric Howell studies the synergy between Gravitational Wave transients and Gamma-ray Bursts. This work involves combining data from the Gravitational Wave and the electromagnetic domains to determine what drives cataclysmic astrophysical events, how often they occur and their history. He is a member of the science team for both the NASA StarBurst and MoonBEAM (Moon Burst Energetics All-sky Monitor) gamma-ray burst satellites expected to launch in later this decade. He played a key role in initializing the LIGO-Virgo-KAGRA targeted search for gravitational waves associated with Fast Radio Bursts and has co-led the search since 2019. He held an Australian Research Council DECRA fellowship till 2023 in astrophysics and has been a member of LIGO since 2005.

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Éric Kanapé

Biologiste, Conseil des Innus de Pessamit

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Eric Lee

Department of Allergy & Immunology at the Children's Hospital at Westmead, University of Sydney

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