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Serena Keshavjee

Professor, History, University of Winnipeg
Serena Keshavjee grew up in Kenya and immigrated to Toronto with her family in 1969. She lives in Winnipeg, where she teaches Modern art and architecture at the University of Winnipeg. Her academic work focus on how artists use science, especially in the Modernist period.

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Serge Belongie

Professor, University of Copenhagen
Professor of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen
Director, Pioneer Centre for Artificial Intelligence

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Sergei Lebedev

Professor of Geophysics, University of Cambridge
Sergei Lebedev has received a PhD in geophysics from Princeton University in 2000 and was a researcher at MIT and Utrecht University before joining the Dublin Institute for Advanced Study as Mallet Assistant Professor of Seismology in 2008. His research interests include seismic imaging of the Earth’s interior and the structure and evolution of the crust and underlying mantle. His research within the iCRAG Geophysics Platform is on development and application of new methods for processing and inversion of very large seismic and other geophysical datasets.

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Sergey Katsuba

PhD Candidate, Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin
Sergei Katsuba is a PhD Candidate at the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin (UCD). He graduated with a degree in law from the Buryat State University in Ulan-Ude, Russia. He then completed a two years Master’s program at National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan.

Sergei’s research is in the area of freedom of expression, autocratization in Russia, LGBTQ rights, and hate crimes against LGBTQ in Russia. Sergei is developing a system of monitoring the hate crimes against LGBTQ in Russia. To date, the research project was able to identify more than 1000 hate crimes against LGBTQ in Russia. In 2022 the data on hate crimes generated by the research was submitted to the OSCE as a part of the annual civil society submission on hate crime incidents in Russia.

Sergei has a keen interest in the areas of Human Rights Law, International Law, and the study of authoritarianism.

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Sergey Kruk

ARC DECRA Fellow, Research School of Physics, Australian National University

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Sergi Pardos-Prado

I work on two main lines of research. The first deals with political behaviour and comparative politics questions in Europe, and the second deals with the impact of migration processes on public attitudes and political outcomes. More specifically, I have devoted some time now to analyse how the immigration issue is incorporated into patterns of political competition and affects electoral outcomes, both in countries with and without a prominent anti-immigrant party in Parliament.

Regarding my political behaviour and comparative politics line of research, I am working on a number of projects assessing the conditional effect of institutions, media discourse and party system characteristics on different forms of voting, including proximity, directional, and valence voting. I am also studying the interaction between power-sharing institutions and traditional individual-level predictors of electoral turnout. Finally, I am also interested in the formation of subjective perceptions of the national economy, and the moderating effect of personal socioeconomic circumstances and party messages in this process.

As for my research on immigration, I mostly analyse patterns of xenophobia and racism from a comparative perspective in Europe. More specifically, I deal with the direct or indirect impact of several predictors on attitudes towards immigration, namely personality traits, local and national levels of ethnic diversity, and ideological predispositions. More recently I have also implemented longitudinal analyses of xenophobia over individual life cycles using panel data, and survey experiments assessing the impact of different forms of ethnic diversity on the willingness to redistribute resources in a given community.

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Sergi González Herrero

Científico atmosférico, Universitat de Barcelona
Licenciado en Ciencias Ambientales por la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona en 2008
Máster en Meteorología por la Universitat de Barcelona en 2010
Doctor en Física, especialidad meteorología en la Universitat de Barcelona en 2019
Ha trabajado como meteorólogo en la Agéncia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET) desde 2010
y formó parte del Grupo Antártico de la AEMET des de 2016.
Actualmente realiza un postdoctorado en el Instituto para el estudio de la Nieve y las Avalanchas en Davos, Suiza y forma parte del grupo de investigación ANTALP associado a la Universidad de Barcelona.
Ha realizado 3 campañas Antárticas, una campaña en las montañas del Pamir y distintas en montañas de Europa.

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Sergio Diez Alvarez

Director Of Medicine, The Maitland and Kurri Kurri Hospital, University of Newcastle

I have a medical degree from University of Witwatersrand in South Africa and I am a specialist physician with Fellowship from several international colleges including FRACP.

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Sergio Flores Villar

Médico adjunto del Área de Hospitalización Pediátrica y Responsable de Cardiología Pediátrica del Hospital Universitario MutuaTerrassa, Universitat de Barcelona
RESPONSABLE DE LA CARDIOLOGIA PEDIÁTRICA DEL HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARIO MÚTUA DE TERRASSA

LICENCIADO EN MEDICINA Y CIRUGIA A LA FACULTAD DE MEDICINA Y CIRUGIA DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE BARCELONA (UB) (1992-1998)

FORMACIÓN MIR DE PEDIATRIA Y SUS ÁREAS ESPECIFICAS EN EL HOSPITAL MATERNO-INFANTIL VALLE DE HEBRON DE BARCELONA (1999-2003)

TÍTULO DE ESPECIALISTA EN PEDIATRIA Y SUS AREAS ESPECÍFICAS (2003)

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Sergio Rossi

Professor, Département des Sciences Fondamentales, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC)
My research focuses on quantitative ecology and ecophysiology, and in particular on modelling the complex responses of plants to multiple environmental factors and predicting the phenological adaptation of trees to climate changes. Investigations include long-lasting observations in permanent plots across wide geographical ranges, manipulated experiments in nature, assisted migration of ecotypes, and experimental designs under strictly-controlled environments. My actual projects are related to the dynamics of tree growth and reproduction at local to global scale and how the effects of climate change on forest productivity can be taken into account by the new strategies of forest management. I am considered a pioneer of the studies on wood formation in temperate and cold ecosystems and treeline ecotones. I have successfully realized several meta-analyses on the recurrent timings of tree growth across the Northern hemisphere.
Mes recherches portent sur l'écologie quantitative et l'écophysiologie, et en particulier sur la modélisation des réponses des plantes aux facteurs environnementaux et sur la prédiction de l'adaptation des arbres aux changements climatiques. J’utilise des outils scientifiques qui impliquent les observations de longue durée récoltées dans des parcelles permanentes sur de vastes régions géographiques, les expériences de manipulation en nature, la migration assistée d'écotypes et les designs expérimentaux dans des milieux contrôlés. Mes projets actuels portent sur la dynamique de croissance et de reproduction des arbres à échelles spatiales variées, de celle locale à celle globale, et sur la prise en compte des effets du changement climatique sur la productivité forestière par les nouvelles stratégies d’aménagement. Je suis considéré comme l’un des pionniers des études sur la formation du bois dans les écosystèmes tempérés et froids et d’écotones de la limite de la forêt. J'ai réalisé plusieurs méta-analyses sur le calendrier intra-annuel de croissance des arbres à travers l'hémisphère boreal.

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Sergio Vila Tojo

Investigador posdoctoral en psicología social aplicada al medioambiente, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
Doctor en psicología y miembro del grupo de investigación COSOYPA (Comportamiento Social y Psicometría Aplicada) y del CRETUS (Centro Interdisciplinar de Investigación en Tecnologías Ambientales). Su principal línea de investigación es el análisis de la percepción y la aceptación social de distintas soluciones tecnológicas a problemas ambientales a través varios proyectos multidisciplinares de ámbito europeo y nacional. En 2022, recibe el Premio de Investigación Ernesto Viéitez Cortizo en la modalidad de promoción de jóvenes investigadores menores de 30 años concedido por la Real Academia Gallega de las Ciencias (RAGC) a raíz de una publicación en Water Research sobre aceptación pública del agua reciclada.

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Sergio García Magariño

Investigador de I-Communitas, Institute for Advanced Social Research, Universidad Pública de Navarra
Áreas temáticas: radicalización violenta, seguridad colectiva, gobernanza y desarrollo.

Actualmente vivo en Pamplona y dirijo una investigación sobre radicalización violenta en la UPNA. Antes de ello estaba en Madrid, dando clases en la UCJC y CEDEU/URJC, y dirigiendo el área de investigación y discurso de la Oficina de Asuntos Públicos de la comunidad bahá'í de España. He vivido muchos años en Latinoamérica, donde puede hacerme consciente de la necesidad del conocimiento, de la educación y de nuevas estructuras de aprendizaje que se dediquen al empoderamiento de las masas, a fin de crear una sociedad global más justa, sostenible y pacífica. Dentro de este contexto, me parecen especialmente relevantes las dinámicas de la gobernanza, el desarrollo y la seguridad, tres áreas a las que he prestado particular atención en los últimos años. En mi web (sergarcia.es) puedes conocer más de mí, ver mis libros y artículos académicos, así como mi labor con el Instituto para el Conocimiento, la Gobernanza y el Desarrollo globales (ICGD). El ICGD pretende ser una de esas nuevas estructuras que facilitan el aprendizaje para el cambio social positivo.

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Serin Houston

Associate Professor of Geography and International Relations, Mount Holyoke College
Serin D. Houston’s research draws on qualitative methods and a geographic perspective to examine questions of equity and justice from the individual to the global scale. Her book, Imagining Seattle: Social Values in Urban Governance (2019), uses Seattle as a lens to analyze the translation of sustainability, creativity, and social justice from theory into praxis. Studying not only what policies and programs say, but also how they work in practice, Houston finds that racism and classism, matched with market-driven mandates, constrain the realization of these social values within the urban governance of Seattle, Washington.

With research assistants from Mount Holyoke, Houston investigates sanctuary policies and social movements in the United States. This research has resulted in publications about sanctuary as a process rather than a place designation, the impacts of neoliberalism on sanctuary policies, and the framing of noncitizens as either extraordinary or ordinary in sanctuary social movements.

A more recent research project focuses on climate change and human migration. In collaboration with Kiana London, Houston considers the geopolitics of climate change and migration in the Pacific region and the meaning and modes of knowledge production in such spaces. Finally, Houston’s interest in pedagogy and high impact learning has led to collaborations with colleagues at Mount Holyoke and publications about global/local community engagement and scholarship.

At Mount Holyoke, Houston mentors independent studies and teaches the following courses: Cities in a Global Context; Climate Migration; Global Movements: Migrations, Refugees, and Diasporas; Research Methods; Sense of Place, Sense of Planet; and World Regional Geography.

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Serin Quinn

PhD candidate, Department of History, University of Warwick
I am a PhD researcher at the University of Warwick, interested in all things vegetable! I'm currently working on the introduction of tomatoes in England, and have previously worked on sweet potatoes.

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Seth Owusu-Mante

Research Fellow in International Development, Tufts University
Seth Owusu-Mante is a research fellow at the Fletcher School at Tufts University. His areas of expertise include international development and environmental policy, and global governance and international organizations. He was the president and founder of Young Diplomats of Ghana; managing editor of the Diplomatic Times in Accra, Ghana; and former director of SDGs Policy Advocacy, International Perspective for Policy and Governance (IPPG), in Accra.

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Seth Thomas

Research assistant, University of Oxford
I currently work in the Oxford Biology Department at the Nature-based Solutions Initiative, and have previously worked for the IUCN, WWF, Desert Research Institute, Oregon State University, and the University of Oxford School of Geography and the Environment. I have experience working with the CITES secretariat and was a youth UN delegate to COP15 in Montreal.

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Seth Kofi Debrah

Professor, School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, University of Ghana
Since 2015, Seth has been instrumental in the execution of Ghana's nuclear power infrastructure development. He has been involved in several International projects including the IAEA TC projects and coordinated research projects. He has served as the chief scientific investigator and alternate for many projects. Currently, Seth is the project counterpart (for Ghana) for the IAEA TC project (GHA2005) - Establishing Nuclear Power Infrastructure for Electricity Generation. Seth is also IAEA-AFRA national coordinator for RAF2013 (Developing, Expanding, and Reinforcing Energy Planning Capabilities - Phase II).

Even though Seth focuses on nuclear power infrastructure development, he still maintains an interest in the Nuclear Engineering Department under the School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, University of Ghana, where he serves as an associate professor of nuclear engineering.

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Seth T. Kannarr

PhD Student in Geography, University of Tennessee
Geography PhD Student at the University of Tennessee. My academic areas of expertise include protected areas studies, place naming, and nature and society relations. I am fascinated by protected areas such as our 'National Parks' and how factors such as a place name can shape the perceptions and experiences that people have when visiting them.

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Severyna Magill

Senior Lecturer in Law and Human Rights, Sheffield Hallam University
Severyna joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2019 and is Course Leader for the MA and LLM degrees in Applied Human Rights. Her research interests focus on equality, violence against women, specifically domestic abuse and sexual assault, reproductive rights, sexual harassment, and access to justice. Severyna obtained a Masters in International Law with from the School of Oriental and African Studies in 2008, and has worked with NGOs in the UK and India. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education in 2020.

Prior to joining Sheffield Hallam she founded and was the Faculty Co-ordinator of the Human Rights Law and Theory programme for over four years at Jindal Global Law School, India's leading private law school, as ranked by QS World University Subject Rankings 2020. During her time at JGLS, Severyna co-developed a new policy against sexual harassment and was the founding Member-Secretary of the Committee Against Sexual Harassment. She was the Project Manager for a Women's Social Integration project in East London funded by the UK Home Office and European Commission. The project provided service delivery to vulnerable women who were experiencing or re-building their lives after having experienced domestic violence or forced marriage. In India she was a Researcher and Co-ordinator for a UN Women funded project researching access to gender-sensitive, rights-based justice through traditional forms of justice. Severyna also guest lectures on the University of California, Berkeley's comparative equality and discrimination online module delivered to students across the world.

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Seyed Mehdi Meshkani

Postdoctoral fellow, Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering, Concordia University
Mehdi is a postdoctoral fellow in sustainable mobility management at Concordia University. His research primarily focuses on the simulation and optimization of shared mobility and on-demand services, with a particular emphasis on advancing the design and implementation of on-demand transit and micro-transit solutions. Through his work, Mehdi seeks to drive innovation in transportation systems that promote efficiency, accessibility, and environmental sustainability.

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Seyram Avle

Associate Professor of Global Digital Media, UMass Amherst
My research focuses on digital technology cultures and innovation across parts of Africa, China, and the United States. This work primarily takes a critical approach towards understanding how digital technologies are made and used, as well as their implications for issues of labor, identity, and futures.

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Shabbir Ahmad

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Australian Institue of Busines and Economics, The University of Queensland, Australia, The University of Queensland

Shabbir Ahmad completed his PhD in Econometrics at the UQ School of Economics in 2014. He also holds PhD in Economics with specialization in financial economics. His areas of research include efficiency and productivity analysis, environment and sustainability, and financial regulation and governance. He has 15 year's university research and teaching experience in Pakistan and Australia. His areas of research focus on resource and financial sectors performance measurement at micro level. He has devised novel methodologies to measure business growth and innovation, with particular focus on agriculture sector. Currently, he is working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at AUstralian Institute of Business and Economics (AIBE), the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia. Previously, he held research positions at the Centre of Social responsibility in Mining (CSRM), Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI), UQ. Currently, he is leading Australian Centre for International Agriculture (ACIAR) funded project Farmer's capabilities, productivity, and profitability: A case study of smallholders in selected agro-zones in Pakistan". He has delivered numerous projects for international agencies on sustainable development and productivity focused on mining, manufacturing and financial sectors.

His research activities span to both public and private sectors with a focus on social and economic impact assessment. He has been involved in these projects to develop and apply a variety of tools for economic analysis and the resulting policy implications. He is also an Associate of the World Bank-sponsored South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics (SANDEE).

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Shabbir Dastgir

Shabbir is a senior lecturer in economics and manages the MSc Economics suite of programmes (MSc Economics, MSc Financial Economics and MSc Business Economics) in University of Huddersfield.

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Shabnam Azimi

Assistant Professor, Loyola University Chicago
I am an assistant professor of marketing in the Quinlan School of Business, Loyola University of Chicago. I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in digital marketing and digital marketing analytics. My research is centered on the textual and visual information processing and decision-making behavior across different digital platforms, with emphasis on the role of individual differences. My current research examines linguistics of online reviews and their impacts on consumers’ decision making.

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Shabnam Holliday

Associate Professor in International Relations, University of Plymouth
I am Associate Professor in International Relations. My research interests are focused on 3 areas:
The role of ideas in Iran and their relationship with domestic and international politics
I have looked at the ideas of ‘nation’, ‘democracy’, and ‘the people’ in the context of the Islamic Republic of Iran. My publications have looked at how these ideas are constructed and the meanings that are attached to them. Building on this, I am currently working on the idea of ‘world order’.
Approaches towards a more inclusive and non-Eurocentric IR
I come from an Area Studies and Middle East Politics background and found myself in IR because of my interest in Iran’s relationship with the international. This experience has led me to question and interrogate IR’s Eurocentricity and particularly the relationship between the ‘West’ and ‘the rest’.
Political change, revolution, and legitimacy in post-revolutionary situations
I am interested in the dynamics that lead to revolution and how legitimacy is maintained after a major change in a domestic political order. I have used Antonio Gramsci’s work to explore these dynamics.

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Shahar Shoham

Doctoral Candidate in Global and Area Studies at the Institute for Asian and African Studies, Humboldt University of Berlin
Shahar Shoham is a doctoral candidate in Global and Area Studies at the Institute for Asian and African Studies at Humboldt University of Berlin, and an alumna of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and Hans-Böckler-Stiftung in Germany.

Her ethnographic research provides a new perspective on the Thailand-Israel labor migration regime by centring the experiences of Thai migrant farmworkers in Israel as well as their sending communities in Thailand.

She also conducted research on Israel's externalization policies and deportations of refugees to Rwanda. Her latest article, published in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, focuses on the ethics of collaborative public struggles with refugees.

Previously, she was the head of the migrants and refugees department at Physicians for Human Rights-Israel.

Shoham is a public anthropologist, working closely with civil society actors and grassroots groups. She was interviewed by numerous international media outlets on migration-related issues and has vast experience in consultancy and advocacy.

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Shahin Sheikh-Jabbari

Professor in Physics, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences

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Shahina Pardhan

Professor of Optometry, Anglia Ruskin University
Prof Pardhan was appointed as the first female Professor of Optometry in the UK in 2001, having graduated with a First-Class Honours and awarded the Best Student Prize from the University of Bradford, and been supported by a PhD scholarship from the College of Optometrists for her thesis, ‘Summation and inhibition in binocular contrast detection’.

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Shahn Bisschop

Senior lecturer, specialist poultry veterinarian, University of Pretoria
I started my veterinary career in rural development work in Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal during the 1990s, then moved into the poultry sector from 1998 when I started work as a full-time post-graduate student at the University of Pretoria completing my BVSc (hons) and MSc degrees.

Between 2000 and 2010 I worked as Senior Lecturer and Head of the Section of Poultry Health at Onderstepoort.

In 2010 I joined Avimune – a veterinary practice specializing in veterinary consulting services to the Southern African poultry sector.

In 2012 I became a member of the American College of Poultry Veterinarians (ACPV) which recognizes specialist poultry veterinarians in that country.

Since 2012 I have been the managing partner at Avimune and worked as a consulting veterinarian for a variety of small and medium-sized poultry producers across Southern Africa.

In October 2023 I rejoined the University of Pretoria as a senior lecturer on a part-time basis.

I also serve as treasurer of the Poultry Veterinarians group and as advisor to the South African Poultry Association on disease control issues.

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Shainur Premji

Research Fellow, Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK

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Shakiba Moghadam

Lecturer in Psychology, Solent University
Dr Shakiba Moghadam is a chartered psychologist and a lecturer in psychology, with a specific focus on community psychology, as well as sport and exercise psychology. Shakiba’s research predominantly focuses on mental health literacy and athlete mental health, experiences of women athletes in male dominated sports, human rights violations in sports, and the experiences of marginalised communities such as refugees and asylum seekers. Shakiba is also the Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Human Rights Group and an appointed trustee for non-profit organisations who support displaced communities.

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Shakiela Davies

Lecturer in Clinical Psychology and Mental Health, University of South Wales
Dr. Shakiela K Davies holds the position of Lecturer in Clinical Psychology and Mental Health at the University of South Wales, and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
She was awarded one of the few fully funded PhD Psychology studentships at Swansea University which was based in Cognitive Psychology/Neuroscience of language, and completed this in 2019.

Shakiela has experience as an Assistant Clinical Psychologist with expertise in CBT, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Stress Control, Mindfulness and delivering NHS group interventions, as part of her NHS training. Shakiela has research interests which span across Clinical Psychology, Cognitive and Neuroscience of Language (e.g., Age of Acquisition and morphological processing); Research Methods, Mental Health and Online Grooming. She was asked to present her research at the Research, Engagement & Innovation Awards (REIS), Swansea.

Shakiela has published and disseminated her research nationally and internationally (Spain, Canada). She has recently co-authored and published a book which provides a comprehensive and critical analysis of current perspectives on mental illness with references to psychological disorders and their current evidence based psycho-therapeutic applications - Tyson, P. J., Davies, S. K., & Torn, A., (2019) Madness: History, Concepts and Controversies. Routledge: Taylor and Francis. She is currently in a supervisory team examining Coulrophobia (clown phobia).

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Shamira Ahmed

Policy Leader Fellow, Florence School of Transnational Governance, European University Institute
Shamira Ahmed is a policy leader fellow at the European University Institute's Florence School of Transnational Governance, where her research focuses on human-centered sustainable digital transformation, frontier technologies and structural change, ethical innovation, responsible artificial intelligence (AI) governance, and intersectional inequalities. As executive director of the Data Economy Policy Hub (DepHUB), the first independent think tank founded by an indigenous African woman in South Africa (SA), and founder of the Artificial Intelligence for Circularity Exchange (AI4CE), Shamira is a pioneering figure in advancing transnational policy discourse on sustainable digital transformation in SA.

Shamira's participation as a founding partner of the South African AI Association (SAAIA) and global chair of the Digital for Development (D4D) Hub Civil Society & Academia Advisory Group (CSAAG) stands as a testament to her commitment to advancing inclusive transnational policy discourse in the digital age and addressing pressing global challenges through interdisciplinary approaches. With a background as a policy entrepreneur and quantitative economist, she has led numerous multinational policy-oriented research projects and contributed significantly to publications such as the African Union Commission's "Data Policy Framework" and the Global Partnership on AI's Report "Towards Real Diversity and Gender Equality in Artificial Intelligence", to name a few.

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Shan-Jan Sarah Liu

Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Gender and Politics, The University of Edinburgh
Sarah Liu is Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Gender and Politics at the University of Edinburgh. Her research broadly focuses on the cross-national comparison o gender and politics, specifically the ways in which contexts – women's political representation, women's movements, immigration, and COVID-19 – shapes the gender gaps in political opinion and behavior. Her works are cross-regional with a specific focus on Asia. She has been recognized as one of the 50 most influential scholars by Apolitical Foundation and as an Emerging Diversity Scholar by the University of Michigan’s National Center for Institutional Diversity. She has also published in major political science and gender studies journals and appeared on international media, such as BBC World News and France 24.

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Shana Tabak

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Georgia State University

Law professor in human rights, refugee and asylum law, public international law, for the past 6 years. Attorney with practice experience in international courts and tribunals, before UN bodies, and within US immigration courts.

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