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Jon Stein

Jon is CEO of Kettera Strategies LLC (formerly named Typhon Access). Kettera Strategies is the operator of Hydra — a platform registered with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission — that allows qualified investors access to easily invest in a carefully curated array of CTA, FX, and Macro strategies.

Jon has over 25 years of financial industry experience with a focus on portfolio management and managed futures, FX, and commodities’ strategies. Most recently, he was Managing Director at Parker Global Strategies in charge of the construction and development of their FX and CTA products and portfolios. Prior to that, Jon was the CIO and a founding partner of AlphaMetrix Group, leaving at the end of 2007 to join Parker Global. Before that he was the Chief Investment Officer of Efficient Capital Management, a fund-of-funds and manager-of-managers, and Chairman of the firm’s Investment Committee. Prior to his career in finance, Jon worked as a lawyer focusing on hedge fund formation and as the Senior Editor with Futures Magazine from 1987. Jon is the author of Trading Currency Cross Rates, published by John Wiley & Sons in 1993.

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Jon Winder

Researcher in History, University of Leeds
I am a researcher working in the School of Politics and International Studies at the University of Leeds. Part historian, part geographer and part heritage practitioner, my research interests span children's play spaces, public parks and the urban environment more generally. I am an Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and Royal Geographical Society.

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Jon Harald Sande Lie

Research Professor, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
Jon Harald Sande Lie holds a PhD in social anthropology from the University of Bergen (2011) and is research professor in the Research Group on Global Order and Diplomacy (GOaD).

His research scope pertains to international aid, global governance and state formation, focusing on development and humanitarian aid in eastern Africa, particularly Ethiopia and Uganda, where he has conducted long-term fieldwork in studying the partnership relation at the level of NGOs and those involving the World Bank.

He is co-editor for the journal Forum for Development Studies. He is project manager for the FRIPRO project Developmentality and the anthropology of partnership, and he is project manager and principal investigator of Public–Private Development Interfaces in Ethiopia - Research project | NUPI

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Jon Marc Smith

Senior Lecturer of English, Texas State University
Jon Marc Smith is Senior Lecturer of English at Texas State University.

With Katie Kapurch, he co-authored BLACKBIRD: HOW BLACK MUSICIANS SANG THE BEATLES INTO BEING -- AND SANG BACK TO THEM EVER AFTER. The book is supported by a major award from the National Endowment for the Humanities and was published by Penn State University Press in 2023.

Former publications include scholarship on race and gender in popular music, literature, and film, and a novel, MAKE THEM CRY, co-authored with Smith Henderson.

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Jonas Eschenfelder

PhD Candidate, Simon Fraser University
I am currently a PhD candidate at Simon Fraser University. My current research focusses on how periglacial landscapes will adapt to climate change, combining lab experiments and field studies to try and understand the interactions between patterned ground and the hydrologic system.
Before coming to Canada, I studied Geophysics at Imperial College London, where I worked on how heavy metals are transported through river networks in order to guide mitigation efforts.

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Jonas F. Ludvigsson

Professor, Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Senior Pediatrician, Örebro University Hospital., Karolinska Institutet
Jonas F Ludvigsson is a pediatrician and pediatric gastroenterologist at Örebro University Hospital. He has a professorship at Karolinska Institutet (Sweden) and is adjunct professor at Columbia University, US.
Ludvigsson's research emanates from a long-standing expertise in Swedish healthcare registers. He has so far written about 600 papers, often concerning celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, cancer, vaccinations, and pregnancy outcomes.

Many of his publications are of high societal importance. He has written extensively on COVID-19, but also on the health of Ukrainian children. He was the lead author of a recent government report on hormonal treatment in young people with gender dysphoria.

Ludvigsson was the president of the Swedish Society of Epidemiology (2011-14) and chaired the Swedish Society of Pediatrics (2014-16). He is currently Scientific secretary of the Swedish Society of Medicine.
In his spare time he coaches a soccer team of 9-10-year old boys.

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Jonathan Bean

Associate Professor of Architecture, Sustainable Built Environments and Marketing, University of Arizona
Jonathan Bean, PhD, understands processes of market transformation in the building industry through an immersive study of high performance building. His TEDx talk Demand Less describes the potential of high-performance building to reduce carbon emissions. Bean has served as the faculty lead for thirteen finalist teams in the Race to Zero and Solar Decathlon Design Challenge competitions. In 2022, his students' design for an affordable housing building incorporating the innovative SunBlock distributed district energy system concept was recognized with the Commercial Grand Prize.

Bean is a PHIUS Certified Passive House Consultant and serves on the board of the Passive House Alliance US. Bean is also the scholarship chair for the Society of Building Science Educators.

A second stream of Bean's research spans the fields of consumer research, human-computer interaction, architecture, and design with a focus on taste and consumption. Bean has received grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the National Institute for Transportation and Communities, and others. Bean writes the Consuming Tech column for ACM Interactions magazine and his work on IKEA hacking was featured on an episode of the 99% Invisible podcast.

In 2013, Bean and Concordia University Montréal marketing professor Zeynep Arsel, Ph.D. published a Journal of Consumer Research article that built on theories of practice to develop the concept of the taste regime, which is defined as "a discursively constructed normative system that orchestrates practice in an aesthetically oriented culture of consumption." The article has been cited over 400 times and has established taste as a key area of inquiry in Consumer Culture Theory. Bean and Arsel co-edited the 2018 Routledge book Taste, Consumption and Markets.

Bean is co-director of the Institute for Energy Solutions, affiliated with the Arizona Institute for Resilience.

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Jonathan Biteau

Maître de conférence en physique des astroparticules, Université Paris-Saclay
Jonathan Biteau est maître de conférence et mène ses recherches au Laboratoire Irène Joliot-Curie de physique des deux infinis (IJCLab, Univ. Paris-Saclay, CNRS/IN2P3). Il enseigne la physique numérique, les astroparticules, l'astrophysique, la physique des particules et la physique nucléaire. Depuis 2015, il étudie dans la collaboration Pierre Auger les directions d'arrivée des rayons cosmiques d'ultra-haute énergie, qui ont permis en 2017 de valider leur origine extragalactique. Il a également été membre des collaborations d'astronomie gamma H.E.S.S. et VERITAS, et est un membre actif du consortium CTA depuis 2010. Il s'est spécialisé dans la variabilité des AGN à jet ainsi que dans les interactions entre les rayons gamma et le fond diffus extragalactique. Enfin, Jonathan Biteau contribue activement au développement d'instruments pour la physique des astroparticules, particulièrement pour les caméras qui équiperont les télescopes de taille moyenne du réseau de télescopes CTA-Nord.

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Jonathan Bourne

Honorary Research Fellow, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, UCL
Jonathan Bourne has a PhD in complex network analysis and data science from UCL.
His areas of research covers, housing inequality, Natural Language Processing, and Engineering. These topics are tied together with the theme making complex datasets more easily accessible.
He is currently an honorary researcher at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis UCL
ORCID: 0000-0003-2616-3716

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Jonathan Bradshaw

Professor of Social Policy, University of York
Jonathan Bradshaw took his first degree at Trinity College Dublin and came to the University of York in 1967. He obtained an MPhil in social administration in 1969 and a DPhil in 1978. He was appointed a research fellow in 1968 and lecturer in 1969. He was founding Director of the Social Policy Research Unit from 1973 to 1987 and served two terms as Head of Department 1988-1994 and 2003-2007. He also served as Director of the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences 1994-1998. He was appointed Academician of the Learned Societies for the Social Sciences in 1996, Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in 2005 for services to child poverty and Fellow of the British Academy in 2010. In 2011 he was made Doctor of the University of Turku, Finland (honoris causa).

Areas of expertise

Social security policy
Family policy
Poverty and living standards
Comparative social policy
Demography and social policy
Well-being of children

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Jonathan Breckon

Thematic Director, UCL
Jonathan is Senior Visiting Lecturer at UCL and interim thematic director for the International Public Policy Observatory. He also works as a Policy Fellow in Parliament developing synthesis methods for select committees. Previously Director of the Alliance for Useful Evidence at Nesta, he has prior to that been the head of policy at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), Arts and Humanities Research Council, and British Academy.

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Jonathan Bullen

Associate Professor, Curtin University
Jonathan Bullen is a Nyungar (Wardandi) man from the south-west of Western Australia. He is Learning Designer, Indigenous Curriculum & Pedagogy within Curtin Teaching and Learning. Prior to this, Jon was co-unit coordinator of an award-winning large-scale interprofessional health unit. His Ph.D. research focuses on the elements underpinning, and outcomes from, transformative pedagogies.

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Jonathan Chenoweth

Senior Lecturer of Environment and Sustainability, University of Surrey
I am a senior lecturer in environment and sustainability and MSc Programmes Director in the Centre for Environment and Sustainability. I conduct inter-disciplinary research on sustainable water and sanitation. He also researches on sustainable foods and diets.

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Jonathan Davy

Senior lecturer, Rhodes University
Dr Jonathan Davy is a senior lecturer in the Human Kinetics and Ergonomics Department at Rhodes University. His research interests focus on understanding how sleep-wake behaviour is affected by various systemic demands in different contexts, including aviation, healthcare, adolescents at school, and the railway industry, and how to optimise sleep-wake behaviour to limit the effects of fatigue and sleep loss. Apart from his roles within the academic part of the university, Dr Davy is the immediate president of the Ergonomics Society of South Africa and the editor of the society's journal, Ergonomics SA, while also fulfilling the role of chair for communications and public relations for the International Ergonomics Association. He is also a member of the scientific committee for the South African Society for Sleep and Health.

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Jonathan Durrant

Principal Lecturer in History, University of South Wales
I'm a historian of witchcraft and gender in early modern Europe, principally in Germany and England in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. I completed my PhD thesis, titled 'Witchcraft, Gender and Society in the Early Modern Prince-Bishopric of Eichstätt' in 2002, under the supervision of Prof Lyndal Roper; it was published by Brill as 'Witchcraft, Gender and Society in Early Modern Germany' (2007). As well as writing articles on Germand and English witchcraft, I co-edited the second edition of 'The Historical Dictionary of Witchcraft' (Scarecrow Press, 2012) with Michael Bailey and am currently writing 'Witchcraft in World History' for Routledge's Themes in World History.

As a lecturer and course leader for BA History at the University of South Wales, I have introduced work-based learning and a range of digital assessments into the programme. These range from wikis to podcasts to digital mapping.

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Jonathan Eaton

PhD Candidate in Anthropology, University of British Columbia
Jonathan Eaton is a PhD student in anthropology at the University of British Columbia. His dissertation places people-focused, heritage-based research into conversation with disaster research by investigating the ways that disaster-struck communities can and do draw on their cultural heritage as a source of support in post-disaster recovery. Jonathan earned an MA in anthropology from the University of Toronto and a BA in history from Valparaiso University. Prior to embarking on a PhD, Jonathan spent more than 7 years living in Albania, first on a Fulbright scholarship and then working with the non-profit organization Cultural Heritage without Borders on issues related to heritage conservation, interpretation, and education.

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Jonathan Faiers

Professor of Fashion Thinking, University of Southampton
Jonathan Faiers is Professor of Fashion Thinking at Winchester School of Art, teaching across a number of arts and design courses on the history of dress and textiles, and fashion as material culture. Jonathan’s early training as a fashion and theatre designer and his subsequent career as a visual artist have been fundamental to his interdisciplinary approach to teaching, writing and curation.

Jonathan’s research examines the interface between popular culture, textiles and dress. His critically acclaimed work Tartan (Berg and V&A, 2008) interrogated the myth of clanship and established tartan as a ‘textile transporter’, a cloth of opposition whose troubled history has made it uniquely capable of expressing both subversion and conformity, innovation and tradition; a concept which Jonathan has lectured and spoken about widely on television and radio.

A revised paperback edition of Tartan including a new chapter exploring tartan and masculinity was published by Bloomsbury in 2022. Jonathan was invited to be consultant curator for a major new exhibition on tartan based on his book (https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/tartan-9781350193772/) for V&A Dundee which will open in April 2023.

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Jonathan Firth

Senior Teaching Fellow in Education, University of Strathclyde
Dr Jonathan Firth is a teacher, author and researcher. Having taught at secondary school level for many years, he now works at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate courses. His research interests focus on the applications of psychology to education, in particular memory, metacognition, and creativity. He lives on the west coast of Scotland. His books include ‘The Teacher’s Guide to Research’, and 'Metacognition and Study Skills'.

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Jonathan Fisk

Associate Professor of Political Science, Auburn University
Jonathan Fisk is a member of the MPA faculty and teaches graduate courses on public personnel management, leadership, and federalism. He also teaches undergraduate public administration courses. He previously worked as a research associate for the League of Kansas Municipalities and advised a state lawmaker in Colorado about state-local relations relative to fracking’s land-use issues.

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Jonathan Gardner

Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in Archeology, The University of Edinburgh
I am an archaeologist and heritage researcher who studies the material traces of the contemporary world.

I joined ECA in October 2020 as a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow and am undertaking a four year research project studying the creation and use of waste-modified landscapes (Reimagining British Waste Landscapes). Understanding the use of waste materials in landscape modification as a form of creative practice, I examine different varieties of land-reclamation, artificial hill building, dumping, and land-art across the UK and how they are used and valued as creative spaces.

Prior to joining ECA, I was a Teaching Fellow in Heritage and Museum Studies between 2017 and 2019 at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London (UCL).

I gained my PhD in 2017 (also from the Institute of Archaeology) which traced the material remnants of mega events like the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the Great Exhibition of 1851. This resulted in my first monograph, A Contemporary Archaeology of London’s Mega Events: From the Great Exhibition to London 2012 (2022, UCL Press: open access). Prior to my doctorate, I completed an MA in Cultural Heritage Studies, following an undergraduate degree in Archaeology, both at the UCL Institute of Archaeology.

I have also worked extensively as a commercial archaeologist excavating on construction sites across London and south-east England since 2007. I continue to work on archaeological fieldwork projects whenever I can.

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Jonathan Glazzard

Rosalind Hollis Professor of Education for Social Justice, University of Hull
Professor Jonathan Glazzard is the first Rosalind Hollis Professor of Education for Social Justice in the School of Education at the University of Hull. Jonathan's research focuses on the experiences of minoritized individuals and groups. Jonathan sits on the Editorial Boards of several journals including the International Journal of Educational and Life Transitions and Equity in Education and Society. He is a co-convenor of the British Educational Research Association Special Interest Group, Mental Health and Wellbeing in Education. His current research focuses on the experiences of LGBTQ+, disabled youth. Recent publications have focused on mental health, educational and life transitions and early reading development in children. Jonathan holds Visiting Professorships at BGU, Lincoln, Newman University, Birmingham and the University of Northampton.

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Jonathan Hasford

Douglas and Brenda Horne Professor of Business, University of Tennessee
Jonathan Hasford is the Douglas and Brenda Horne Professor of Business in the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee. Jonathan holds a Ph.D. in Marketing from the University of Kentucky, and M.B.A. from the University of Kentucky, and a B.S. in Business Management from the University of Louisville.

Jonathan’s research is primarily focused on how emotions influence consumer decision making. Specifically, Jonathan has studied how emotions transfer between unrelated persuasion messages and how training emotional intelligence can lead to healthier eating. Jonathan’s research has appeared in the Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, and the International Journal of Research in Marketing.

Jonathan has previously taught at the University of Nevada, Florida International University, and the University of Central Florida. Jonathan has taught at the undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral level in a variety of courses including Principles of Marketing, Integrated Marketing Communications, Data Analysis, and Advertising and Persuasion. Jonathan has also served as a special topics lecturer for the Professional Selling Program at the University of Central Florida, providing a specialized emotional intelligence training program to sales students.

Jonathan also contributes to the field of Marketing by serving on the editorial review board at the Journal of Retailing and Journal of Business Research. Jonathan has also served as an ad-hoc reviewer for several marketing and psychology journals.

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Jonathan Howe

Assistant Professor of Sport Management, Temple University
Dr. Howe’s research centers broadly on the intersections of race, sport, and education—concentrating on the racialized experiences of stakeholders within and through sport organizations. Within these intersections, Dr. Howe focuses on Black male college athletes as well as Black coaches and athletic administrators. His research with Black male college athletes centers on race, identity development, and self-presentation. Related to Black athletic coaches and administrators, Dr. Howe examines their racialized experiences as they operate in predominately and historically white spaces. One of his research goals is to bridge the gap between scholarship and practice within collegiate athletics and higher education institutions. Thus, Dr. Howe has had the opportunity to engage with athletic departments and various academic units on college campuses to provide support and a positive environment for some of their key Black stakeholders.

Dr. Howe has presented his work at national and international conferences associated with the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Black Student-Athlete Summit, North American Society for Sport Management, College Sport Research Institute, American Educational Research Association, and the Association for the Study of Higher Education. His work has also been published in academic journals, such as the Journal of Sport Management, European Sport Management Quarterly, Sociology of Sport Journal, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, and International Journal of Sport Communication, among others.

Dr. Howe earned his PhD in Educational Studies with a focus on Higher Education and Student Affairs from The Ohio State University. He obtained his Master of Science degree in Sport Management and Bachelor of Science in Corporate Communication degree from the University of Texas at Austin. During his time at Texas, Dr. Howe also worked with the football team on the equipment staff. While in school, Dr. Howe was also the recipient of the Gates Millennium Scholarship, which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

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Jonathan J.B. Mijs

Doctoral Candidate in Sociology, Harvard University

Jonathan J. B. Mijs is a PhD candidate in sociology at Harvard University. He is interested in stratification, morality, and the balance of structure/agency in shaping life outcomes. His dissertation is an investigation into how (young) citizens learn about social inequality, and how they come to explain setbacks and success in their own life and that of others. http://www.jonathanmijs.com

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Jonathan Jordan

Research Fellow, Indonesian Institute of Advanced International Studies (INADIS)
Bachelor in International Relations, Universitas Indonesia (2021) thesis 'Foreign Policy of the Russian Federation 1991-2021'
Cooperation Trainee, EU Delegation to indonesia and Brunei Darussalam (2022-23)
Research Fellow on Area Studies, INADIS (2023-)
Enthusiast on Russian, East European and Eurasian affairs
Presented papers in ASEAN-Russia Academic Conference by MGIMO University, Moscow (2021-22)

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Jonathan Ka Long Mak

PhD Candidate, Karolinska Institutet
I am a PhD student at the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (MEB), Karolinska Institutet, Sweden. My research focuses on biological aging and frailty, with an overall aim to enhance our understanding of the biological mechanisms of aging and improve management of frail patients in clinical settings.

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Jonathan Kaplan

Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Judaism, The University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Jonathan Kaplan is Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Judaism in the Department of Middle Eastern Studies and Director of the Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. His research and teaching focus on the study of the Hebrew Bible and the history of its interpretation in the Second Temple and early Rabbinic periods. He is the author of My Perfect One: Typology and Early Rabbinic Interpretation of Song of Songs (Oxford University Press, 2015). He is currently writing a book on the interpretations of the Levitical Jubilee in ancient Judaism and Christianity. He conducted research remotely for this volume in summer 2021 while supported by a fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and hosted by Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. He is also writing a commentary on the Book of Daniel for the Oxford Biblical Commentary series. Previously, he was a Jacob & Hilda Blaustein Postdoctoral Associate in the Judaic Studies Program at Yale University.

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Jonathan Leake

Professor of Plant-Soil Interactions, University of Sheffield
Jonathan has interests in sustainable agriculture, especially focused on sustainable management of soils and soil resources, regenerative agriculture and collaborative research between farmers and academic researchers. He has interests in sustainable urban food production. He teaches sustainable agriculture at the University of Sheffield, and has been conducting long-term trials of effects of reintroducing leys into arable rotations to regenerate soil health via the recovery of key functional groups of soil organisms. He has a PhD in Plant-Soil Interactions and has published over 130 papers, and supervised / co-supervised more than 20 PhD students.

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Jonathan Lesven

Doctorant en paléoécologie, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT)
Professeur-chercheur en écologie forestière, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC)

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Jonathan Losos

William H. Danforth Distinguished University Professor, Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis
Jonathan Losos is an evolutionary biologist known for his research on how lizards rapidly evolve to adapt to changing environments.

Jonathan was born and raised in Saint Louis. He graduated from Harvard University in 1984 and received his PhD from the University of California in 1989. After a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at U.C., Davis, Jonathan came to Washington University for his first faculty position. While there, he served as the Director of the Tyson Research Center and the Environmental Studies program, before leaving in 2006 to become a professor of biology at Harvard and Curator in Herpetology at the university’s Museum of Comparative Zoology. He returned to Washington University in 2018 and was appointed as the inaugural holder of the William H. Danforth Distinguished University Professorship and Director of the Living Earth Collaborative, a partnership between Wash U., the Saint Louis Zoo and the Missouri Botanical Garden. This new biodiversity center, nearly unique in partnering a leading university, zoo, and garden, has as its mission to advance knowledge of biodiversity and to ensure the future of earth’s species in their many forms.

Jonathan has written three books, most recently "The Cat’s Meow: How Cats Evolved from the Savannah to Your Sofa," and is the author of "Improbable Destinies: Fate, Chance, and the Future of Evolution" (Penguin Random House, 2017) and one of the leading college biology textbooks (Raven et al., Biology). Jonathan has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and is the recipient of many awards, including the Daniel Giraud Elliot Medal from the National Academy of Sciences, the Theodosius Dobzhansky Prize from the Society for the Study of Evolution, the Edward O. Wilson Naturalist Award and the Sewall Wright Award from the American Society of Naturalists, and the David Starr Jordan Prize.

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Jonathan Marshall

Adjunct Senior Research Fellow in the Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University
Jon has a broad interest in natural history and grew up in Brisbane keeping and breeding native fish and collecting butterflies. Professionally, he has over 35 years of experience as an aquatic ecologist working on Queensland’s streams, rivers, lakes and wetlands. He completed his PhD in 2002 at Griffith University with research on the environmental and biotic factors influencing the composition of the fauna inhabiting pools in rainforest streams. He commenced working for the Queensland Government in 1996 researching the ecology of aquatic fauna, particularly macroinvertebrates and fish. He has a particular interest in the development and application of methods and tools to link environmental stressors to ecological responses, including ecosystem responses to flow regime modifications and environmental variability over both short- and long- time scales. Areas of focus include intermittent, dryland rivers and wallum wetlands such as those on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island). He currently holds a leadership role in the Queensland Department of Environment and Science in a team which provides innovative scientific research, monitoring and assessment to underpin the sustainable management of Queensland’s water resources. He is an Adjunct Senior Research Fellow in the Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University.

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Jonathan May

Research Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Southern California
Jonathan May is a Research Associate Professor at the University of Southern California's Information Sciences Insitute, where he directs the Center for Useful Techniques Enhancing Language Applications Based on Natural And Meaningful Evidence. His research areas include natural language processing, specifically machine translation, dialogue, semantic parsing, and formal language theory. Jonathan May received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from USC in 2010. Prior to re-joining USC and the Information Sciences institute in 2014, he was a research scientist at SDL Language Weaver.

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Jonathan Obar

Associate Professor, Department of Communication and Media Studies, York University, Canada
Jonathan Obar, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication & Media Studies at York University. His research focuses on information policy and the relationship between digital technologies, civil liberties and the inclusiveness of public cultures. Academic publications address big data and privacy, online consent processes, data privacy transparency, internet routing and NSA surveillance, network neutrality, and digital activism. With funding from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, he recently launched www.biggestlieonline.com, a knowledge mobilization site to engage stakeholders in meaningful online consent research.

Dr. Obar previously worked as a Research Fellow with the media reform group Free Press, the public policy think tank the New America Foundation, and as a Senior Advisor to the Wikimedia Foundation’s Wikipedia Education Program.

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Jonathan Oti

Associate Professor at the Advanced Materials Testing Centre (AMTeC), University of South Wales
Jonathan Oti is Associate Professor and Lead Consultant at AMTeC on testing of soils and concrete.

He researches into the development of sustainable construction materials, technologies, and practices. His research interests revolve around the use of natural, industrial and agricultural waste and by-product materials for partial or whole replacement of the traditional binders to produce a new generation of concrete, mortar and bricks, suppression of sulphate-induced swelling in lime-stabilised soils, development of geo-polymer binders for civil infrastructural applications.

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Jonathan Payne

Principal research fellow, Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Associate Professor Jonathan Payne is co-lead of the Brain & Mind Research Group at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, where he leads the Genetics and Neurodevelopment Team and sits on the steering committee of the Neurodevelopment Flagship. He is a practicing senior clinical neuropsychologist at the Royal Children's Hospital and an Honorary Principal Research Fellow in the Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne.

Associate Professor Payne's research draws on a range of cognitive, behavioural, neuroimaging, and laboratory protocols to understand how genetic variants can affect brain development and increase the risk for neurodevelopmental disorders. He is also an experienced trialist and leads several pharmacological and non-pharmacological clinical trials.

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