The Vrije University Brussel, Belgium John Pearson is Policy Officer for Ethics and Research Integrity at the Vrije University Brussel. He has previously been involved in Framework Programme projects on Responsible Research and Innovation.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark Mathias W. Nielsen is an associate professor at the Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. He is a sociologist by training and holds a Ph.D. in social science from Aarhus University. Nielsen’s research focuses on career trajectories and social stratification in the science system.
Aarhus University, Denmark Niels Mejlgaard is professor of political science and associate dean at the School of Business and Social Science at Aarhus University, Denmark. He is interested in research policy and practice and the interactions between science and society. He has been involved in several collaborative projects about responsible research and innovation.
Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands Eileen Focke-Bakker is a sociologist of non-western countries with a major in education. She has lived and worked in many countries across the world teaching and supporting schools in new areas. She has worked in various roles and across many sectors at Delft University of Technology (DUT) and Read more about Eileen Focke-Bakker[…]
GenØk – Centre for Biosafety, Norway Raj Kumar Thapa is currently engaged with NewHoRRIzon Project (WP Lead: Excellent Science & Social Lab Manager: FET and FOOD Social Labs) Research interest/area: Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Responsible Innovation, Social innovation and entrepreneurship, Digital innovation and entrepreneurship.
Center for Social Innovation, Austria Margit Hofer is a senior researcher at the ZSI with extensive experience in research and co-ordination alongside of EU projects. Her main research interest include the implication of innovations in education, workplaces and life in general. Over the past years, she has been actively involved in European research projects related to responsible Read more about Margit Hofer[…]
Center for Social Innovation, Austria Katharina Handler is working as researcher and project manager at ZSI. She studied sociology at the University of Vienna and is involved in research and co-ordination projects, mainly covering participation, social inclusion and science communication. She is experienced in working with qualitative, quantitative and participatory methods and also in the Read more about Katharina Handler[…]
Center for Innovation Systems & Policy, Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna, Austria Peter Biegelbauer is Senior Scientist at the Center for Innovation Systems & Policy of the Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna. He is the coordinator of the EU project Co-Change (2020-2023) on RRI-related practices and institutional change. He has built the AIT Read more about Peter Biegelbauer[…]
Agnes Szalkai-Lőrincz is from Budapest, Hungary. She is a translator for a living but in her free time she’s volunteering in a civic society named Knowhere – Energy Efficient Wekerle. We have a thermal camera which can be rented from us at a discount price. Our goal is raising awareness of energy efficiency, of proper external Read more about Agnes Szalkai-Lőrincz[…]
Center for Social Innovation, Austria Ilse Marschalek is a sociologist with several years of experience in national and international studies. Research fields are inter- and transdisciplinarity, participatory action research and involvement of non-scientific persons into research processes; science communication, participatory evaluation and responsible research and innovation. In the NewHoRRIzon project, she was lab manager, lab Read more about Ilse Marschalek[…]