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Angelika Hilbeck researches and teaches at the Institute for Integrative Biology in the Department of Environmental Systems Science at ETH Zurich. As agroecologist she focuses her work on the environmental biosafety of genetically modified plants in ecosystems.
University of Sheffield
Dorothea Kleine leads the Digital Technologies, Data and Innovation group at the Sheffield Institute for International Development, University of Sheffield. Her research as a Professor of Human Geography investigates sustainable human development, global justice, and the role of digital technologies in making progress towards these aims.
The Shift Project
Hugues Ferreboeuf is an entrepreneur and associated with the think tank The Shift Project where he has been leading the Lean ICT project. He has spent most of his professional career in the information technology sector, including 20 years in senior management positions.
Lina Dencik is Professor in the School of Journalism, Media and Culture at Cardiff University and Co-Director of the Data Justice Lab. She has published widely on digital media, resistance and the politics of data and is currently Principal Investigator of the DATAJUSTICE project funded by an ERC Starting Grant.
University of Zurich
Lorenz Hilty is Professor of Informatics and Sustainability at University of Zurich, a member of the Steering Committee of the Foundation for Technology Assessment (TA-SWISS) of the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences, of the University Council of the University of Constance, and of the „High-level advisory group on digitalisation and sustainability“ of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.
Copenhagen Business School
Lucia A. Reisch is a behavioural economist and full professor of intercultural consumer research and behavioural public policy with a specialization on sustainable consumption and production at Copenhagen Business School in Denmark. She is one of Europe’s leading academic experts in “nudging”, particularly in the field of sustainable consumption and production.
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Marianne Ryghaug is full Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and leads the Center for Energy, Climate and Environment at the Department of Interdisiplinay studies of Culture, NTNU. Her areas of expertise include energy and climate policy, sustainability transitions and innovation policy, and studies of users, practices and public engagement.
Humboldt University Berlin, ECDF
Philipp Staab is Professor of „Sociology of the Future of Work“ at Humboldt-Universität Berlin and at Einstein Center Digital Future (ECDF). As a sociologist he works on topics of technology, work, political economy and social inequality.
Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW)
Steffen Lange is a researcher at the Institute for Ecological Economy Research, affiliated scholar of the Resource Economics Group at the Humboldt University and associated researcher at the Technical University Berlin. As an economist he combines quantitative and qualitative empirical research with theoretical and conceptual methods to address sustainability issues.
Stephanie Hankey is a designer, technologist and social entrepreneur with 20 years experience exploring the social and political impact of technology on society. She is a Loeb Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, co-founder of the NGO Tactical Tech and co-curated the touring exhibition „the Glass Room“.
Technical University Berlin, ECDF
Tilman Santarius is professor at the Technical University of Berlin and the ECDF, as well as Senior Fellow at the Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW). He hast published on topics such as climate policy, world trade, sustainable economics, global justice and digital transformation and is leading the dialogue project.
Fab Lab Barcelona at IAAC
Tomas Diez is a Venezuelan Urbanist specialized in digital fabrication and its implications on the future of cities and society. He co-founded the Fab Lab Barcelona at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) and is the director of the Fab City Research Laboratory.
Technical University Berlin
Johanna Pohl is a researcher at TU Berlin focussing on the integration of use-related aspects into life cycle assessments. She is coordinating the D4S project and responsible for the conceptualization of workshops and postprocessing of our dialogues.