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Huijts, N.M.A. (Nicole)

Nicole Huijts is a postdoctoral researcher at the Delft University of Technology. The focus of her work is on the public acceptance of technologies in the domains of energy, transport and the environment. She studies amongst other the role of emotions and moral considerations in citizens’ evaluations of risky technologies. She generally uses a...

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Prof. dr. Roeser, S. (Sabine)

Reseach Profile I am Professor of Ethics at TU Delft (distinguished Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Professor) and at Twente University (Socrates Chair, part-time). I have been working at Delft since September 2001. Research: My main research interests are in risk and emotion and in ethical intuitionism. I am editor in chief for Springer’s Handbook of...

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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...

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Zandvoort, H. (Henk)

Henk Zandvoort (1951) is associate professor in ethics and technology at Delft University. He did a master’s degree in physical chemistry and in philosophy of the natural sciences, and a PhD (Models of scientific development and the case of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) in philosophy, at the University of Groningen. Between 1986 and 1997 his...

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