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Copeland, S. (Samantha)

At TU Delft I am working on the ethics of resilience, bringing what we know about how positive results can come out of unexpected events—like in cases of serendipity—together with how we ought to prepare a response to unexpected but potentially disastrous events and disruptions. In both of these contexts, issues of distributive and...

Nagel, S.K. (Saskia)

Dr. Saskia Nagel is professor for applied ethics at RWTH Aachen University. She is also associate professor for Philosophy and Ethics of Technology at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Twente. She holds an MSc in Cognitive Science with a focus on neuroscience (University of Osnabrück, Germany) and a doctoral degree in...

Owen King

King, O. C. (Owen)

Owen King (Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 2016) is the NEWEL Postdoctoral Researcher in Ethics, Well-Being, and Data Science at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Twente....

Mertens, M. (Mayli)

Mayli has an M.A. in Applied Ethics from Linköping University in Sweden and is an instructor at Yale University’s Sherwin B. Nuland Summer Institute in Bioethics where she teaches Bias in Bioethics and Environmental Justice. She is currently working as a Research Fellow for the Center for Medical Science and Technology Studies at the University...

Kudina, O. (Olya)

Olya Kudina is an Assistant Professor in Ethics/Philosophy of Technology at Delft University of Technology with a particular interest in AI Ethics. She explores the dynamic moral world and the role technologies play in it through the prism of moral hermeneutics, pragmatism, and empirical philosophy. Additionally, she helps to integrate ethical reflection and cultural...

Stone, T.W. (Taylor)

Taylor is a lecturer and postdoctoral researcher in ethics of technology. He received a PhD in Ethics of Technology from TU Delft in 2019, and was previously a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Industrial Design. Prior to joining TU Delft, Taylor received a BA from the University of Toronto in architectural design, a...

Nagenborg, M.H. (Michael)

Background Michael Nagenborg holds a doctoral degree in philosophy (University Karlsruhe, Germany). His doctoral thesis has been on Privacy and ICT. From 2007 to 2013 he has been a member of the Research Centre for Security Ethics at the International Centre for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities (University of Tübingen, Germany). Dr. Nagenborg...

Poel, I.R. van de (Ibo)

Ibo van de Poel is Antoni van Leeuwenhoek professor at TU Delft; an exclusive professorship for excellent young researchers. He is an internationally leading scholar in Design for Values, responbility issues in engineering, and in technology as a form of social experimentation. Van de Poel studied philosophy of science, technology and society, with a...

Doorn, N. (Neelke)

water ethics - philosophy of technology - water security - risk politics - sustainable development - water governance - resilience management - water law - responsible innovation...

Miller, S. (Seumas)

Professor Seumas Miller is one of the directors of the Centre for Applied Ethics and Public Ethics (CAPPE) in Australia. He has joined 3TU.Ethics in June 2008. In the period 2008-2011 he will divide his research time equally between CAPPE and 3TU.Ethics. Miller is an internationally recognized expert on corruption, terrorism and police ethics....

Robaey, Z.H. (Zoë)

Zoë Robaey is Assistant Professor in Ethics of Technology at the Philosophy Group of Wageningen University. Her work investigates moral responsibility under conditions of uncertainty in the field of biotechnology in agriculture. In 2019, she received a VENI grant from the Dutch Research Organization for her research on the virtues for innovation in practice....

Spruit, S. (Shannon)

Shannon Spruit is a PhD Candidate doing research on the ethical aspects of Nanotechnology. As part of the larger project ‘New Technologies as Social Experiments: Conditions for Morally Responsible Experimentation’ she examines in what way new technologies can responsible be introduced to society. In interaction with researchers, industry and policy-makers involved in nanoscience or...

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