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Thierno Thioune

enseignant-chercheur, directeur du CREA, Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar
Thierno Thioune est maître de conférences titulaire, directeur du Centre de recherche économiques appliquées (CREA) de l'université Cheilh Anta Diop de Dakar. Il est membre du Laboratoire d'Analyse, de Recherche et d’Etudes du Développement (LARED);
Maître de Conférences Titulaire en Sciences Economiques
Il est Docteur en Sciences Economiques, Diplôme obtenu entre l’université de Montpellier en France et l’Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar, il a bénéficié du financement du Gouvernement Français avec séjour doctoral à l’Université de Montpellier, pour lequel il a été major des bénéficiaires à l’issue d’une procédure sélective et rigoureuse. Également, il a obtenu de l’Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) et du Gouvernement Roumain le financement de « Eugen Ionescu » avec séjour doctoral à l’Université « Dunarea De Jos » de Galati en Roumanie. Le CODESRIA l’a également primé dans le cadre de son programme de subvention de Thèse.

Thierno Thioune est l’actuel Directeur du Centre de Recherches Economiques Appliquées (CREA), depuis janvier 2022. Il a été l’ancien Directeur des études du Centre de Recherche et de Formation pour le Développement Économique et Social (CREFDES), de janvier 2017 à décembre 2021. Enseignant-chercheur chevronné, il intervient et dispense des cours dans les établissements publics et privés au Sénégal comme à l’étranger. Au Sénégal, en plus de ses enseignements à la Faculté des sciences Economiques et de Gestion, la FASEG, il intervient à l’Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Analyse Economique (ENSAE), au groupe SupDeco-IST, à l’Académie Internationale des Hautes Etudes de la Sécurité (AIHES), au Groupe ESTEL, au CREFDES, à l’institut Supérieur de Finance (ISF).

Sur le plan de la recherche, ses domaines de recherche portent sur l’économie de l’énergie, l’économie des réseaux, l’économie publique, l’économie industrielle, centres d’intérêts pour lesquels Docteur Thierno Thioune est expert et conseiller de plusieurs institutions publiques comme privées nationales et internationales. Dans ce cadre, il est l’un des expert de la Convention-cadre des Nations unies sur les changements climatiques (CCNUCC) qui ont porté l’étude sur la tarification carbone au Sénégal. Par ailleurs, il est membre du Comité d’orientation de l’Observatoire de la qualité des services financiers (OQSF) du ministère des finances et du Budget du Sénégal.

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Thilini Karunaratne

PhD candidate/ Lawyer, University of Waikato
LLB(Hons), LLM(Hons), BEd (Primary), GradDip (ECE), GradCert (Business), PhD candidate

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Thilo R. Huning

Lecturer in the department for Economics and Related Studies, University of York
Before I became a lecturer at the department for Economics and Related Studies at the University of York, I received a B.Sc. in Business Computing from the Universität Paderborn, an M.Sc. in Information Systems from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and a PhD in economics with my advisor Nikolaus Wolf at Humboldt.

My main research focuses on long-run growth, especially market integration and institutions, and its geographic determinants. My academic background provides me with a solid range of empirical methods, especially concerning very large datasets, calculation-intensive modeling, and geographic information.

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Thiruni Kelegama

Lecturer in Modern South Asian Studies, Oxford School of Global and Area Studies., University of Oxford
Thiruni Kelegama is a Lecturer in Modern South Asian Studies. Working at the intersection of political geography and development studies, her research looks at political and infrastructural transformations triggered by development in the Global South. It builds on a foundation in the political economy of development and deals with the politics of access and territorialisation.

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Thokozani Simelane

Professor of Practice, Human Sciences Research Council
Professor of practice, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, University of Johannesburg and principal investigator, National Food and Nutrition Security Survey, Human Sciences Research Council. Established the science and technology programme from scratch at the Africa Institute of South Africa. Previously worked as departmental manager, environmental systems certification at the South African Bureau of Standards, where he was responsible for ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 90001 system certification. Served as a member of the standing advisory committee on intellectual property rights of South Africa (2002-2017). The committee advises the minister of trade and industry on issues relating to South Africa’s international positions on intellectual property. It also recommends amendments to intellectual property laws and policies of South Africa. For research and publications, have served as a member of the research and publications committee of AISA (2009-2014). Also served as a member of research ethics committee of Human Sciences Research Council (2014-2017). Served as a council member of the South African chapter of System Dynamics Society (2012-2018). Have published in a number of international scientific journals and edited (some co-edited) 19 books (books and monographs). Have so far produced a total of 84 publications.

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Thom Dixon

PhD Candidate, International Relations, Macquarie University
PhD Candidate at Macquarie University. Vice President of the Australian Institute of International Affairs NSW. Research Fellow with Remi AI. National Research Assessments Leader with Macquarie University.

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Thom Wilcockson

Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Loughborough University
Thom Wilcockson completed his BSc, MSc, and PhD at Swansea University. During his PhD, he conducted research into factors affecting eye movements. Thom then performed post-doctoral research for two years at London South Bank University, where he was able to continue eye tracking research. In May 2015, Thom moved to Lancaster University to work on a large eye tracking project, investigating whether eye tracking techniques could be utilised to aid in patient diagnosis.

Thom joined the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences at Loughborough University as a Psychology Lecturer in January 2019, and was promoted to Senior Lecturer in February 2023.

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Thomas Angelini

Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Florida
Professor Angelini received his Ph.D. in 2005 from the University of Illinois. His research interests include collective cell motion, mechanical instabilities in tissue cell assemblies, bacterial biofilm physics, soft matter physics, biomolecular self-assembly, and tribology of soft matter interfaces.

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Thomas Benison

Research Analyst, Motu Economic and Public Policy Research
Thomas joined Motu Research in May 2022 after completing an Honours degree in Economics at the University of Auckland. His dissertation investigated the impact of large government debt on the effectiveness of government spending in New Zealand. Before this, he completed a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Economics and Finance, during which he spent one semester on exchange in London.

At Motu Research, Thomas works on a diverse range of topics. His current work is on the impact of urban water pricing on water use behaviour in Aotearoa New Zealand. He is also researching the impact of employment in the arts on wellbeing.

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Thomas Coens

Research Associate Professor of History, University of Tennessee
Dr. Coens joined the Papers of Andrew Jackson and the University of Tennessee History Department in 2004. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Yale in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in history. Awarded a Mellon Fellowship in 1998, he received his Ph.D. from Harvard in 2004, writing a dissertation entitled “The Formation of the Jackson Party, 1822-1825.”

Dr. Coens is broadly interested in American political, intellectual and social history from the Revolution through the Civil War. His essay “The Jackson Political Party: A Force for Democratization?” appeared in A Companion to the Era of Andrew Jackson (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013). He has co-edited volumes 7 to 12 of the Papers of Andrew Jackson, covering the years 1829 to 1834. He is currently writing a monograph on nuclear fear in the 1980s.

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Thomas Corbin

Research fellow, Deakin University
Thomas Corbin is a Research Fellow at the Center for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE) at Deakin University. He works primarily on Generative AI with a particular focus on what appropriate assessment design means in the context of AI.

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Thomas Cornelissen

Professor of Economics, University of Essex
I am a Professor of Economics at The University of Essex and also a Research Fellow at the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration at UCL, and at IZA. I previously worked at the University of York (2015-2019) and at University College London (2008-2015). My research interests are in Applied Microeconomics, in particular Labour and Education Economics.

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Thomas Dee

Barnett Family Professor, Stanford University
Thomas S. Dee, Ph.D., is the Barnett Family Professor at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education (GSE), a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), a Senior Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) and the Faculty Director of the John W. Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities. His research focuses largely on the use of quantitative methods to inform contemporary issues of public policy and practice. The Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) awarded his collaborative research the Raymond Vernon Memorial Award in 2015 and again in 2019. He currently serves on the editorial boards of the American Educational Research Journal, the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, and Education Finance and Policy.

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Thomas Duncan

Manager of community-led change, Just Reinvest NSW, Indigenous Knowledge
Thomas Duncan is manager of community-led change at JustReinvest NSW.

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Thomas Evans

Research scientist, Freie Universität Berlin, Université Paris-Saclay
Much of my research focusses on assessing how invasive alien species adversely affect native species and human well-being. I am a member of the IUCN SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group (https://www.iucn.org/our-union/commissions/group/iucn-ssc-invasive-species-specialist-group), a founding member of the IUCN EICAT Authority (https://www.iucn.org/resources/conservation-tool/environmental-impact-classification-alien-taxa) and an Associate Editor for the journal BioInvasions Records (https://www.reabic.net/journals/bir/).

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Thomas Gernon

Associate Professor in Earth Science, University of Southampton
My research explores the complex interactions between geological processes operating on different scales, and in different environments. My foundation in classic field geology and interest in the ‘big picture’ — the fundamental puzzle of how the Earth works — has resulted in a diverse research portfolio. Recent, exciting research has ranged from investigating the coupling between global tectonic and geochemical cycles in ‘deep time’ (e.g. “Snowball Earth”), to the regional controls on induced seismicity today. I apply a range of different techniques, including fieldwork, experiments, modelling, and analysis, to address these problems. I am currently involved in projects studying the impact cratering record of the Earth and Moon, the evolution of volcanism and seismicity in different tectonic environments, and understanding global-scale geochemical trends through Earth history.

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Thomas Godwin

Assistant Professor of Accounting, Purdue University
Thomas Godwin's research and teaching interests include tax, data analytics, fraud and forensic accounting, financial accounting, ethics, and managerial accounting. He has a Ph.D. in Accounting from Purdue University, a M.P.Acc. in Tax from Clemson University, and a B.S. in Accounting from Clemson University. Dr. Godwin is also a licensed CPA and holds a CGMA designation. Prior to entering academia, he worked in tax consulting and compliance at a national public accounting firm, primarily serving large private equity clients and publicly-traded corporations. Dr. Godwin will join the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management in the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University in 2023 as a Professor of Practice. He is also a national instructor and contributing editor for Becker Professional Education.

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Thomas Habanabakize

Researcher in School of Economics and Finance, Tshwane University of Technology
Thomas Habanabakize is a Postdoctoral research fellow in the school of Economics and Finance at Tshwane University of Technology. He holds a PhD in Economics from North-West University. Before joining The Tshwane University of technology, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the North-West University where he published several articles within accredited international Journal. His research interests include the effects of macroeconomic variables in developing personal and societal well-being, financial economic and country risk impact on national economic growth, econometric modelling and forecasting, industrialization and job creation. He has published several papers on the aforementioned topics and he is currently buy with book chapters.

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Thomas Hajdu

Director of The Sia Furler Institute, University of Adelaide
Tom is Director of the Sia Furler Institute and Professor and Chair of Creative Technologies at the University of Adelaide, where he has built and delivered unique initiatives, such as the world-first Art Intelligence Agency (AIA), at the intersection of AI and creativity. With innovation and entrepreneurship in his DNA, he has pioneered competitively differentiated real-world creative arts learning experiences benefitting students.

His lustrous career fuses academia, creative arts, government, and the commercial industry. A globally-renowned catalyst of generational change, he is a prolific entrepreneur, renowned CEO of global music for media and digital innovation companies tomandandy and Disrupter and was South Australia’s first and only Chief Innovator. Talented at recognizing patterns with limited information, he has already anticipated and grasped the opportunity to deliver game-changing outcomes that will close the gap between Australia’s creative arts industry and the world’s digital scene. A solid academic background, an active speaking portfolio and an esteemed international profile underpin this futurist drive. Tom received a PhD and MA from Princeton University, a Presidential MBA from Pepperdine University and BMUS from the University of British Columbia.

KEY ACHIEVEMENTS

• Pioneered synergistic initiatives including The Art Intelligence Agency and the Open Music Initiative, the former pairing world-class AI and machine learning scientists with leading artists such as Laurie Anderson and Herbie Hancock, and the latter creating the first OMI node outside the US.

• Recently launched the South Australian Block Chain Lab, an extension of OMI bridging academic and industry to create block chain innovation.

• CEO of global companies tomandandy and Disrupter, generating +US$1BN for global economies and driving impact at scale, re-shaping the role of music and media and leading the innovative development of distributed Web infrastructure and AI worldwide with current engagements including the European Space Agency.

• Positioned Adelaide as Australia’s first gigabit city, creating the opportunity to transform the city’s future. Secured access to +US$5BN in annual funding for city-to-city innovation collaboration, signing an MOU in the White House.

• Holds the record number of NTROs for the University of Adelaide.

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Thomas Hasting

Dr. Thomas Hastings is Research Associate at the Work, Organisation and Employment Relations Research Centre (WOERRC) at Sheffield University Management School and Associate Fellow at the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI). His research inquiries are geared to gaining a better understanding of working lives and the challenges people face when engaging with the labour market.

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Thomas Hertog

Professor of physics, KU Leuven
I am a cosmologist and was for many years a close collaborator of the late Stephen Hawking. I received my doctorate from the University of Cambridge and am currently professor of theoretical physics at the University of Leuven, where I study the quantum nature of the Big Bang.

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Thomas Holt

Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University

Thomas J. Holt is an associate professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University whose research focuses on computer hacking, malware, and the role of the Internet in facilitating all manner of crime and deviance. His work has been published in various journals including Crime and Delinquency, Deviant Behavior, the Journal of Criminal Justice, and Youth and Society.

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Thomas Isbell

Post-doctoral research fellow, University of Cape Town
Thomas Isbell has a PhD from UCT (University of Cape Town). He is currently a post-doctoral research fellow at the Institute for Democracy, Citizenship and Public Policy in Africa at UCT, and also works for Afrobarometer.

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Thomas Jeffries

Senior Lecturer in Microbiology, Western Sydney University
Dr Jeffries is a Senior Lecturer in Microbiology at Western Sydney. His research focuses on the ecology of the microbiome in diverse habitats, molecular microbiology, and the intersection between microbiology and history. He has published over 60 peer reviewed publications, been cites over 600 times, is the Branch Secretary of the Australian Society for Microbiology and is a Senior Editor at Letters in Applied Microbiology.

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Thomas Keating

Postdoctoral Researcher, Linköping University
I am a cultural geographer researching problems posed by human-technology relationships. My postdoctoral research focuses on the speculative problem of how to preserve memory of nuclear storage sites in Sweden into the distant future.

Project website: https://nuclearmemory.wordpress.com/

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Thomas Kehoe

Historian, Cancer Council Victoria

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Thomas Kochan

Thomas Kochan is currently Professor of Management, MIT Sloan School of Management and teaches and studies Work and Employment Relations at the MIT Sloan School of Management. For the past 40 years I have applied my research by working intensively with leaders in business, labor, and government to update labor and employment policies and practices to catch up with changes in the workforce and the economy. I just published Shaping the Future of Work (Business Educators Press, 2016) that focuses on what workers, employers, government, and educators can do to meet the needs and aspirations of the "Next Generation" workforce.

I also teach a MIT "MOOC" on line course that addresses these issues. Information about the course can be found at: https://www.edx.org/course/american-dream-next-generation-mitx-15-662x#.VNuR5bDF9IU

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Thomas Maxwell

Senior Lecturer in Grazing Lands Ecology, Lincoln University, New Zealand
My research interests focus on understanding ecological mechanisms of functionally-sustainable grazing lands, for the purpose of applied management of these agricultural landscapes in meeting the economic and social needs of humanity while maintaining the biophysical resource on which the ecosystem rests.

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Thomas More Smith

I am an economist and finance professor at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. I specialize in the economics and finance of sports, entertainment, education, franchise businesses, wages and productivity, labor and macroeconomic trends. I teach across all programs at Goizueta -- BBA, MBA, EvMBA, Executive MBA, Executive Education and even offer a finance course for non-business students.

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Thomas O'Shea-Wheller

Research Fellow, Biosciences, University of Exeter
I am interested in the complex interactions that govern collective behaviour, ecology, and self-organisation within social insects. My research centres upon the intersection between fundamental investigations of colony functioning, and applied work in ecology and epidemiology. I use ants, honeybees, bumblebees and termites as models to assess network dynamics, with a focus on the role of interindividual heterogeneity.

Currently, I am studying honeybee epidemiology and genetics, the dynamics of parasite-pathogen interactions within insect colonies, collective decision-making in ants, and the detection and behavioural classification of invasive hornets using artificial intelligence.

The central aim of my research is to leverage an understanding of the rules underpinning complex systems; both to solve real-world challenges, and enhance mechanistic knowledge at a variety of scales. I value social insect models, as they provide tractable and fascinating tools with which to investigate applied and fundamental questions in biology.

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Thomas Oates

Associate Professor of Sport Media, University of Iowa
Tom Oates holds degrees in American Studies and Mass Communication and holds a joint appointment with the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. His interdisciplinary scholarship has appeared in journals spanning communication, sport studies, and cultural studies. He is the author of "Football and Manliness" and the co-editor of "The NFL: Critical and Cultural Perspectives," and "Playing to Win: Sports, Video Games, and the Culture of Play."

He pursues research interests at the intersection of sport, media, and culture, focusing on how new media and neoliberalism are shaping articulations of race, gender, and sexuality around contemporary sport. His current project explores the connections between basketball with racialized and gendered meanings of space.

Tom teaches courses on the historical, economic, regulatory, and ideological forces shaping media production on the United States.

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Thomas Plummer

Professor, Anthropology Department, Queens College, CUNY
Dr. Plummer's research focuses on reconstructing the behavior and ecology of extinct members of our biological family, the Hominidae. It includes a strong paleoecological component because paleoenvironmental information is integral to issues ranging from the origin of major morphological complexes (e.g. bipedalism), understanding adaptive shifts within and between hominid lineages (e.g. between hominids with gracile and robust chewing apparatuses) and elucidating the context of novel behaviors (e.g., the production of stone tools and the formation of the first archeological sites at ca. 2.6 million years ago).

His fieldwork focuses on investigating archeological and paleontological occurrences in late Pliocene and Pleistocene sediments on the Homa Peninsula, southwestern Kenya. He is particularly interested in probing the adaptive significance of the earliest stone tool industry, known as the Oldowan. His on-going excavations at the ca. 2.0 million year old Oldowan site of Kanjera South, Kenya, have uncovered the largest assemblage of artifacts and archeological fauna from an Oldowan site outside of Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Manuscripts describing and interpreting the finds from Kanjera are currently in preparation.

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Thomas Robin

Research Officer, Centre for Environmental Research Innovation and Sustainability (CERIS), Atlantic Technological University
My research interests revolve around the area of biomass and bioenergy. With a background in both chemistry and environmental chemistry, I am committed to contributing to the discovery of solutions that can help reduce carbon emissions and waste build-up in local communities. My expertise lies in hydrothermal processing of biomass, which I had the opportunity to explore during my master's thesis in Switzerland. Subsequently, I focused on producing bio-petroleum oil from microalgae using hydrothermal liquefaction. Additionally, I have worked on a project aimed at valorizing black liquor to produce hydrogen and agricultural waste to produce bio bitumen binder. My proficiency in this field makes me a valuable addition to any team focused on tackling the challenges of biomass and bioenergy.

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Thomas Schober

Senior Research Fellow, NZ Work Research Institute, Auckland University of Technology
Thomas Schober is a Senior Research Fellow at the NZ Work Research Institute. His research interests include health, family, and labour economics. He has extensive experience in working with administrative data and applying quantitative econometric methods. Before joining the AUT, Thomas worked for the Department of Economics at the Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria.

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Thomas Stace

Associate Professor in Physics, The University of Queensland

A/Prof Stace completed his PhD at the Cavendish Lab, University of Cambridge in the UK on quantum computing, followed by postdoctoral research at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, also at Cambridge. During this time he was a fellow at Queens' College. He has been a researcher at the University of Queensland since 2006, firstly on an ARC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, then an ARC Research Fellowship, and currently on a Future Fellowship.

His research has largely focused on applying methods from quantum optics to solid state devices for use in quantum information applications, and more recently on error correction protocols. He also works on high precision measurement in collaboration with experimental colleagues at the University of Adelaide, in a project whose ultimate aim is to contribute to the international definition of Boltzmann's constant, and some biophysics.

Dr Stace also consults for UniQuest, UQ's commercial arm, on scientific and technical matters.

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