Teaching Staff

Adam Toth

Dr. Ádám Zoltán Tóth

Senior lecturer/assistant professor in hydrogeology
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
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  • 2019 PhD in Earth Sciences/Hydrogeology ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

  • 2013 MSc in Geophysics – Geophysical Exploration specialization ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

  • 2011 BSc in Earth Sciences – Geophysics specialization ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary


Teaching experience:

  • January 2020 – Senior lecturer/assistant professor in hydrogeology, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

  • September 2019 – Invited lecturer, University of Pannonia, Veszprém, Hungary

  • September 2016 – 2019 Assistant lecturer/junior assistant professor in hydrogeology, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

  • January–June 2016 Part-time assistant lecturer/junior assistant professor in hydrogeology, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

  • Courses in Hungarian and English at Earth Sciences BSc, Water Operation Engineer BSc, Geology MSc, Environmental Sciences MSc, Doctoral School of Chemistry and Environmental Sciences

  • Supervisor of 4 MSc and 2 BSc students, reviewer of 7 MSc and 5 BSc theses

  • Secretary of the English and Hungarian Geology (“Geológus”) MSc admission committee

  • Secretary of the English and Hungarian Geology (“Geológus”) MSc final exam committee


  • 2020 Environmental Science Youth Award, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

  • 2019–2020 József Tóth Hydrogeology PostDoc Scholarship, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

  • 2015 Best Research Paper on Regional Groundwater Flow First Prize, 41st IAH Congress, Rome, Italy

  • 2014 Young Karst Researcher Prize, Karst without Boundaries, Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • 2014 Best poster prize in Hydrogeology & Engineering Geology session, 5th International Students Geological Conference, Budapest, Hungary

  • 2013 William Agocs Geophysical Prize, Department of Geophysics and Space Sciences, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary

  • 2012–13 Fellowship granted by the Republic of Hungary, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary


Ágnes Sarolta Fazekas

Ágnes Sarolta Fazekas PhD

Ágnes Sarolta Fazekas (she/her) is an assistant professor at the Eötvös Loránd University Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs in Budapest, Hungary. Since 2019, Agnes has been the leader of the Work Package 6 Inclusiveness of the CHARM-EU Alliance.
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  • Ágnes completed her PhD research about access & inclusion of people with disabilities in Higher Education.

  • Ágnes holds a Master’s degree in Social Policy and has acquired an extensive list of additional skills throughout her education and international professional experiences in inclusive education with a specific focus to Universal Design Educational Models, social inclusion, diversity, disability, Human Rights Education.


  • She worked as an external adviser for the Erasmus+ Higher Education Working Group on mobility for people with disabilities between 2015-2017.
  • Since 2014, she has worked as a programming team member and trainer with the Council of Europe Youth Department on several study sessions.

Teaching experience:

  • Ágnes is an assistant professor at the Eötvös Loránd University Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs in Budapest, Hungary.


  • Agnes has been elected as a member of the EAIE General Council 2020-2022. In this role, Agnes supports inclusive approaches that the EAIE will successfully change the higher education landscape.
  • She has been the chair of the EAIE Expert Community Access and Diversity 2018-2020.
Dr Andras Vadas

Dr. András Vadas

Assistant Professor, Department of Medieval History
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
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  • Central European University, Medieval Studies, PhD (2020)

  • Eötvös Loránd University, Medieval and Early Modern History, Phd (2015)

  • Central European University, Medieval Studies, MA (2010)

  • Eötvös Loránd University, History, MA (2009)

  • Eötvös Loránd University, Geography, Msc (2009)


Teaching experience:

  • Environmental History of Pre-Modern Europe (BA, MA)

  • Environmental History of the Pre-Modern World (BA, MA)

  • Source reading (MA)

  • Climate History (BA, MA)

  • Medieval European History (BA, MA, PhD)

  • Research Methodology (MA)

  • Cultural Tourism (BSc)


  • Bolyai János Research Scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2019-2022)

  • Fulbright Visiting Research Scholarship. Georgetown University (Washington D.C) (2017)

  • Sahin-Tóth Péter Prize for the PhD-dissertation: Some Questions in the Early Modern Environmental History of Hungary Border, Environment and Society along the River Rába in Vas County (1600‒1659)

  • András Kubinyi Young Scholar Prize for the monograph: Körmend and the waters. A settlement and its environment in the early modern times, 2014 

Dr. Avelina Tortosa i Moreno

Associate Professor of Human Physiology /
Director of Advanced Nursing Clinical Practice Master
University of Barcelona
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  • PhD - Doctoral programme in Medicine and Surgery at the Universitat de Barcelona

  • Specialization in Neurology by the Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia

  • Bachelor's degree in Medicine and Surgery at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona



  • Fellowship in Neuro-Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University, 1998-1999.
Carole Anne Sennt

Dr. Carole-Anne Senit

Utrecht University
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  • PhD from Utrecht University, in joint supervision with the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI), on civil society participation in the negotiations on the Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Research fellow at Sciences Po’s Centre for Political Research (CEVIPOF) and IDDRI.
  • 5-year integrated MSc in Political Science and Sustainable Development from Sciences Po Paris


Teaching Experience

  • Carole-Anne Sénit is a political scientist by training, with a career spanning both research on and practice in the civil society sector.
  • In July 2019, she joined the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University.
  • She is a researcher within the ERC-funded GLOBALGOALS project, for which she studies the steering effects of the SDGs on the inclusiveness of global sustainability governance.
  • Specifically, she explores the integration of the Global South in various aspects of governance, including global change science, global civil society, and global institutions.
  • In September 2020, she joined the CHARM-EU alliance to develop, and teach within, a new Master programme on Global Sustainability Challenges. 
  • Carole-Anne is also a research fellow of the Earth System Governance Project, co-editor of the ESG Early-Career Communications, and managing editor of the Earth System Governance Journal.
Catherine Comiskey

Professor Catherine M. Comiskey

Professor Catherine Comiskey is a Professor in Healthcare Modelling and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin.
Academic Director at CHARM-EU.
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  • Professor Comiskey holds a MA and a B.A.(Mod) degree in Mathematics and Philosophy from Trinity College, Dublin University, Ireland.

  • She holds an M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in biomathematics with statistics and epidemiology from Dublin City University, Ireland.


  • Catherine has served as Head of School (2014-2017 and 2019-2020), Director of Research (2008-2011 and 2011-2014), Inaugural Director and Founder of the Trinity Centre for Practice and Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI)(2014-2017), Inaugural and Founding Chair of the Children's Research Network of Ireland and Northern Ireland CRNINI (2010-2014). 
  • She was appointed as the Academic Director of the CHARM-EU Project in October 2020 and is the Chair of the International Academic Board and Academic Director of the Master’s Program.

Teaching experience:

  • Professor Comiskey has over 25 years research and lecturing experience in statistics and mathematics applied to healthcare and her personal research interests are in substance use, child wellbeing and innovation. 
  • From 2020 to present Professor Comiskey was elected by EU members as Chair of the Scientific Committee of the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, a committee with a legal remit from the EU.
Claire Donnnellan

Dr. Claire Donnellan

Assistant Professor School of Nursing and Midwifery
Academic lead and facilitator for Gerontological Nursing Specialist Strand
Trinity College Dublin
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  • MSc Advanced Neuroimaging – UCL – Feb 2020

  • Special Purpose Certificate in Academic Practice – TCD – July 2020

  • PhD Medical Gerontology – TCD – Dec 2008

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Statistics – TCD – 2006

  • BSc (Hons) in Psychology – Birkbeck College, University of London – 2002

  • English Nursing Board 148 Neurological and Neurosurgical Nursing – Southbank University – 1997

  • Registered General Nurse – Sligo General Hospital School of Nursing - 1994


Teaching experience:

  • Dr. Claire Donnellan has been a university teacher for over 14 years delivering lectures, tutorials and workshops to undergraduate and postgraduate students across the health sciences in Ireland and Bahrain.
  • In addition to her direct teaching commitments, her other teaching and learning responsibilities have included the role of course director for various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and also Programme Director for Behavioural Sciences and Introduction to Psychiatry, for the medical curriculum with the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland (RCSI), in Bahrain.
  • Dr. Donnellan's higher education experience has been very diverse in terms of lecturing student cohorts from various geographical regions and is also extensive in relation to the levels and variety of subjects that she can deliver, given her multiple qualifications and experience in the health sciences.
  • She has created, developed and achieved all regulatory approvals for the new Postgraduate Gerontological Nursing Specialist Strand Programme curriculum commencing this academic year, that is inclusive of content delivery from gerontological clinical interdisciplinary specialists working in community, long-term care and acute age-related healthcare services.


  • The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Bahrain Annual Research Grants Award - 2014

  • Master in Arts (jure officii) – TCD - 2012

  • The Noel Hickey Award – Irish Heart Foundation - 2010

Dr. Clément Bonnet

Lecturer in Economics
University of Montpellier
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  • Doctoral Thesis, delivered by Université Paris Nanterre

  • Master’s degree, Environmental and Energy Economics

  • Licence degree, International Economics


Teaching experience:

  • 5 years of experience teaching Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Economics of Innovation, Geopolitics of Technology. 

  • 2019 - current: Assistant Professor at the University of Montpellier

  • 2018 - 2019: Postdoctoral Researcher, IFP Energies Nouvelles

  • 2019: Lecturer, IRIS SUP' in the Geopolitics and Prospective Master

  • 2016 - 2017: Temporary research and teaching assistant, University Paris Nanterre

  • 2013 - 2016: PhD Researcher, University Paris Nanterre and Climate Economics Chair (Paris Dauphine)

Dr. Daniel Griffin

Mr. Daniel Griffin

CHARM-EU Teaching Fellow in Emerging Technology
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  • Ph.D Education. 2018-2024 (expected). Trinity College Dublin

  • MSc. Digital Education. 2010-2016. University of Edinburgh

  • MSc. Multimedia Technology. 2003-2004.  University College Cork

  • Higher Diploma. Computer Science. 1997-1998. University College Cork

  • BA. Italian with Economics. 1992-1996. University College Cork


Teaching experience:

  • Academic Leader. (All Coding Stream Modules, Digital Education Electives, Agile Coach and Capstone Team Project Mentor). 2018-2020. Digital Skills Academy.
  • Cross-programme Curriculum Lead. (All Coding Stream Modules and Capstone Team Project Mentor). 2014-2018.  Digital Skills Academy.
David McDonagh

David McDonagh

PhD candidate and researcher at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin
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  • BA(Hons) Psychology, Dublin Business School


Teaching experience:

  • PhD candidate and researcher at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin

Prof. Dr. Éva Orosz

Professor, Head of Doctoral Programme in Social Policy
Eötvös Loránd University
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  • Karl Marx University of Economic Sciences, Budapest (current name: Corvinus University)

  • Diploma in Economics (1977)


Teaching experience:

  • 30 years of experience in teaching and developing courses and higher education programmes in the field of health systems and policies and social policy.


  • 2017 Pro Ingenio Award of ELTE (for talent management)

  • 2000 Institute for Human Sciences (Institute fur die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, IWM) Wien, (Scholarship, 6 months)

  • Széchenyi Professor Scholarship of the Hungarian Government (1998-2001)

  • 1994 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Scholarship, 4 weeks)

  • 1992 Great-Britain, Know How Fund Scholarship: University of York, Centre for Health Economics (10 weeks); STICERD, London School of Economics and Political Science (4 weeks)

  • 1989  Youth Award of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

  • 1985   Youth Award of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Dr Fintan Sheerin

Dr Fintan Sheerin

Associate Professor in Intellectual Disability Nursing and Head of the School of Nursing & Midwifery
Trinity College Dublin
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  • 2006 - PhD in Nursing, Ulster University, Northern Ireland
  • 2010 - MA(jo), Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
  • 2007 - Cert. Natural Sciences, The Open University, United Kingdom.

  • 1999 - PgDipEd, Ulster University, Northern Ireland.

  • 1996 - BNS, University College Dublin, Ireland.

  • 1991 - Cert. Nursing (General), Meath Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.

  • 1988 - Cert. Nursing (Intellectual Disability), St. Joseph’s Clonsilla, Dublin. Ireland.


Teaching experience:

  • February 2019 - Associate Professor in Intellectual Disability Nursing, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
  • April 2012-April 2013 - Acting Director of the National Institute for Intellectual Disabilities, Trinity College Dublin.
  • November 2006-February 2019 - Lecturer in Intellectual Disability Nursing, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
  • May 2002-November 2006 - Lecturer-Practitioner in Spinal Cord Injuries, University College Dublin/Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
  • February 1997-May 2000 - Nurse Tutor, StewartsCare, Dublin, Ireland.


  • 2021 - Honorary Life Member of ACENDIO
  • 2017 - Member of the Royal Society for Biology
  • 2016 - Fellow of NANDA-International
  • 2012 - Fellow of the European Academy of Nursing Science
  • 2006 - Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • 2004 - Member of Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing

Prof. Gábor Á. Zemplén

Deputy Head of Department of Argumentation Theory and Marketing, Institute of Business Economics
Faculty International Coordinator
Eötvös Loránd University
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  • University degree: ELTE (Biology-Chemistry-teacher in English M.Sc./M.Ed.) 1998.

  • PhD degree: Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). PhD certificate: 2002 (BME-PhD 1181) in:

  • Multidisciplinary Engineering Sciences (Philosophy and Informatics), History of Technology, Engineering, and Science.

  • Habilitation: 2008. 12. 18. „Philosophy”, (BME, 340-H) 

  • 2018. 03. 21. „Philosophy” (H-1083/2018) Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE)


Teaching experience:

  • 2018- postgraduate courses on Persuasion/Argumentation (6 ECTS credits): ELTE Institute of Business Economics.

  • 2002-2018 undergraduate courses at BME: History of Science, Philosophy, Research Methodology, Sociology & Arts). Coordinator from 2007 (Research Methodology); textbook On The boundaries of science (Kutrovátz, G., Láng B., Zemplén G. (2008). Budapest, Typotex. (376 Pages). 2009-2016 Theories of representations; Argumentation; Dialectic and Rhetoric. For Cognitive Science MSc students: Research methodology, Evolutionary theory and cognition, Cognitive models of science, Observation and experiment.

  • 2004-2018 teaching at the Doctoral School of History and Philosophy of Science (BME) 6 Ph.D. student supervision, also lecturing at Cognitive Science Doctoral School (BME): Evolutionary Theory - philosophy of biology.

  • 2004-2008 Theory of Knowledge teaching for International Baccalaureate Org. (IBO), 2004-2008 module development and testing, also used in 2008-10 EU 7. framework HIPST (History and Philosophy in Science Teaching) project.

  • 2001 Autumn semester: Seminar at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Bern: invited lecturer: Klassische Theorien des Lichtes und der Farben (textbook)

  • 2000 Teaching practice in Munich, Universität der Bundeswehr (joint teaching with Prof. Ivo Schneider)

  • 1999-2013: Lectures at the ELTE TTK Department of History of Science and Philosophy: The formation of modern scientific thinking; Philosophy of Science, History of Methodology, Theory of Arguments I-II, Nature of Science; The boundaries of science; Newton.

  • 1998-2000 Apáczai Secondary Grammar School, chemical training materials with Attila Villányi,: Chemistry III - Organic chemistry secondary school textbook, 2000, co-author; "How to get an A in Chemistry", English version reviewer.

  • 1996-97 Full-time teacher at HMC Dauntsey's School in England. Subjects taught: Biology, Chemistry, Philosophy of Science for A-Level Students

  • 1993-95 Biology (in English) and Chemistry in the Karinthy Frigyes Bilingual Grammar School.


  • 2003- Magyary Zoltán, Békésy György, Bolyai János Postdoctoral Scholarship

  • 2005-6 Postdoctoral Scholarship in History of Science - Max Planck Gesellschaft MPIWG Berlin (Generating Experimental Knowledge)

  • 2010 BME GTK Faculty Research Excellence prize.

Dr. Harun Siljak

Dr. Harun Siljak

Assistant Professor in Embedded systems, Optimisation, and Control, School of Engineering, Trinity College Dublin
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  • 2015 - PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, International Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina    

  • 2010 - MoE in Control and Electronics, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • 2007 - BoE in Control and Electronics, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Teaching experience:

  • December 2020 - Assistant Professor, School of Engineering, Trinity College Dublin.
  • January 2020-December 2020 - Occasional Lecturer, Electronic & Electrical Engineering Department, Maynooth University.   
  • September 2015-July 2017 - Assistant Professor, Electronic & Electrical Engineering Department, International Burch University Sarajevo.


  • 2020 - Senior Member of The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
  • 2017 -Marie Sklodowska Curie postdoctoral fellow (COFUND, EDGE, Trinity College Dublin 2017-2020)

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Dr. Jake Rowan Byrne

Assistant Professor in Contemporary Teaching & Learning and Computing
Trinity College Dublin
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  • Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin, 2013

  • M.Sc.,   Trinity College Dublin, 2008

  • B.Eng.   Dublin City University, 2006


Teaching experience:

Programme Director:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in 21st Century Teaching and Learning (PGC21CTL)

Module Coordination (including design, delivery and assessment):

  • Digital Media Literacy

  • Problem Solving in the 21st Century (Computational Thinking), Introduction to Programming through Animation

  • Intermediate Programming through Game Design

  • Text-based Programming (Python Introduction)

  • Exploring Computer Systems


  • Ph.D., D.Ed., M.Ed. and P.M.E. Students


  • PGC21CTL director

  • Module Coordinator for six modules

  • Academic Director of Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace, where innovation and entrepreneurship training is delivered through collaborative and challenge based approaches.


  • John Holland Undergraduate Scholarship awarded by RINCE @ Dublin City University, 2007

  • EdTech Ireland U.S. cultural exchange recipient - Awarded by U.S. Embassy Dublin, 2014

  • Trinity Teaching Innovation Grants 2016 - Co-Applicant, 2016

Jan De Vries

Dr. Jan De Vries

Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing & Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin
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  • Phd in Psychology, TCD

  • MSc in Psychology, Utrecht University

  • BSc in Psychology, Utrecht University


Teaching experience:

  • Lecturer in Psychology at the School of Nursing & Midwifery at Trinity College Dublin
  • Visiting professor at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles
  • Researcher in the Theatre, Film and Television Department of Utrecht University


  • MA awarded by TCD after 5 year's service

Dr. Jasper Van Vught

Assistant Professor, Department of Media and Culture Studies
Utrecht University
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  • MA, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2010

  • PhD, Waikato University, New Zealand, 2016


Teaching Experience

  • Coordinating and teaching a variety of courses and supervising theses at BA and MA level at both Utrecht University and Waikato University from 2013 onwards.
  • Dr. Jasper van Vught's field of expertise include: Computer Games in Context, Introduction to New Media and Digital Culture, Mobile Communication, Playful Communication, Playful Media Cultures.
Dr. Jessica Dijkman

Dr. Jessica Dijkman

Associate professor in Economic and Social History, Utrecht University
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  • Diploma in Human Geography 1986 (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
  • PhD in Economic and Social History 2010 (Utrecht University)


Teaching experience:

  • 17 years of teaching experience in various economic and social history courses at BA and MA level, including courses on famines and food crises, resilient societies, citizenship and the welfare state, and supervision of theses and internships.
  • Coordinator of the MA program History of Politics and Society (2012-2020).


  • 2014: NWO Veni grant ‘Coping with Hunger’
  • 2021: AHRC grant ‘The Politics of the English Grain Trade, 1314-1815’ (with prof. Michael Braddick, University of Sheffield).
Dr. José F. García

Dr. José F. García

Associate Professor / Coordinator of the Master on Analytical Chemistry /Director of Water Research Institute
University of Barcelona
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  • Degree in Analytical Chemistry, University of Barcelona (1982)

  • PhD in Analytical Chemistry,  University of Barcelona (1989)

  • Master Business Administration, ESADE Business School (1991)


Teaching experience:

  • Teaching chemistry and analytical chemistry to students of different degrees (Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Pharmacy and Fine Arts) since 1985.
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Dr. José Jesús Reyes Nunez

Associate Professor
Eötvös Loránd University
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  • 2002: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, Budapest, C.Sc. (PhD), thesis: Presentation of cartographic concepts for children in the Web
  • 1986: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, Budapest, Cartographer, thesis: Historical map about the occupation of Havana by England in 1762


  • José Jesús Reyes Nunez is Associate Professor at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary. His research interests lie in Cartography for Children (teaching of cartographic concepts and map use in Elementary and Secondary Schools), Digital and GIS Cartography, Web Cartography and Geovisualization.  
  • He has given lectures and offered courses in 17 universities of 8 countries.
  • Author of almost 30 articles in scientific publications and more than 75 papers in different events, he has collaborated as cartographer in more than 40 textbooks and atlases.
  • He is responsible for the organization of the Barbara Petchenik Map Competition in Hungary from 1999, being President of the International Jury in 2005 and 2007.
  • He was Chair of the Commission on Cartography and Children (International Cartographic Association, ICA) from 2007 to 2015, currently Vice-Chair of the same Commission.
  • The International Cartographic Association awarded him with the Diploma for Outstandings Services to ICA in 2015.

Teaching experience:

  • From 1993: Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest, Department of Cartography (Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics from 2003, currently Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics)
  • Lecturing: computer (digital) cartography, web cartography, thematic cartography, geovisualization, pre-Columbian maps
  • Researching on: cartography for children, school cartography, computer (digital) cartography, web cartography, geovisualization



  • 2017 - Diploma for Excellent Professor of the Faculty of Informatics at ELTE
  • 2015 - Diploma for Outstandings Services to ICA, given by the International Cartographic Association (ICA)
  • 2014 - Apáczai Csere János Award of the Hungarian Ministry of Human Resources
  • 2001 - Szádeczky-Kardoss Elemér Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 1997 and 1999 - Beautiful Hungarian Maps National Award, Diploma
  • 2003-2006: János Bolyai Research Grant of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • 2000 (March-July): Erasmus grant (Presentation of cartographic concepts for children in the Web) at the University of Porto (Portugal)
  • 1997 (June-July): Tempus grant (Study of mapping software in UNIX workstations) in Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany)

Dr. Katalin Felvinczi

Associate Professor/ Vice Dean
Eötvös Loránd University
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  • Ph.D in Psychology

  • MA in Psychology

  • Habilitation


Teaching experience:

  • 25 years of teaching experience in the field of psychology

  • 2011- Present: Deputy Dean and Associate Professor at Eötvös Loránd University

List of publications: https://m2.mtmt.hu/gui2/?type=authors&mode=browse&sel=authors10023365

Prof. Dr. Károly Márialige

Professor at the Department of Microbiology/Head of the Center for Environmental Science
Eötvös Loránd University
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  • MSc in Biology, Eötvös Loránd University, 1976

  • University doctors’ dissertation defended, 1984

  • PhD (Candidate of Biological (Microbiological) Science, Hungarian Academy of Sciences), 1985

  • Habilitation in Biology/Microbiology, Eötvös Loránd University, 2006

  • Doctor of Sciences in Biology/Microbiology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2009


Teaching experience:

  • 40 years of experience in teaching and developing courses and higher education programmes in the field of biology/microbiology/environmental science.


  • Collective research prize for Balaton research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1980

  • Patent prize of the Hungarian Patent Office, 1990

  • Distinguished Teacher at Faculty of Science, Eötvös Loránd University, 2000

  • Founder prize at Sapientia University in Transsylvania, Romania, 2007

  • Manninger Award, Hungarian Society for Microbiology, 2013

  • Excellence prize of the vice chancellor, Eötvös Loránd University, 2016

  • Owner of the distinguished medal of Eötvös Loránd University, 2018

Prof László Zentai

Prof. Dr. László Zentai

Vice President of the ICA, Vice-Rector of ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Vice-Dean for Scientific and International Affairs, Council member of the International Orienteering Federation, Director of the Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics.
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  • Master in Cartography (1984), Doctor univ. (1992)
  • PhD degree (1995)
  • Doctor of Science, (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2006)


  • Over 200 scientific papers, more than 100 maps and atlases.
  • Former Secratary-General of the International Cartographic Association (2011–2019).

Teaching experience:

  • Computer cartography, digital atlases, topographic maps, relief representation, topographic and orienteering maps, education and training in cartography. 

Prof. Lorraine O’Driscoll

Professor in Pharmacology
Trinity College Dublin
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  • PhD in Biotechnology. Drug Resistance in Cancer, Dublin City University, Ireland, 1995

  • M.Sc. (Res.) in Clinical Pharmacology, University College Dublin & McMaster University Canada, 1991

  • BSc (Hons) in Pharmacology, University College Dublin, Ireland, 1990


Teaching experience:

  • Since 1997, Prof. Lorraine O'Driscoll has taught medical, science, engineering, business and pharmacy students.
  • She has developed an undergraduate degree course and multiple (20+) individual modules.
  • She is currently teaching on 13 modules; 5 to undergraduates and 8 to postgraduates in the School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, TCD; other TCD Schools; or bi-/multi-institutional.
  • Trinity College Dublin's Pharmacy course (M.Pharm) is accredited every year and she is heavily involved in preparing documents for annual accreditation and for presenting to the Regulatory Authority.

Supervised to graduation, to date:

  • 26 PhDs

  • 5   MSc, by research

  • 42 MSc, where taught MSc and minor thesis to graduation

  • 64 Undergraduate research projects


  • Elected Fellow of the Royal Society for Biology (FRSB) – 2020

  • Irish Research Council Advanced Laurate Award (only female recipient in STEM) -2019

  • Eurolife Distinguished Lecture Award – 2019

  • Irish Laboratory Awards, Collaborative Achievement Award for ICS-supported national virtual cancer research centre, Breast-Predict [Strand Leader] – 2014

  • Irish Laboratory Awards, Collaborative Achievement Award for SFI-supported national virtual cancer research centre, Molecular Therapeutics for Cancer [Strand Leader] – 2013

  • Elected Fellow of Trinity College Dublin (FTCD) – 2012

  • MA (jure oficii) – 2012

  • Barcroft Medal, Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland – 2011

  • EMBO/EMBL Symposium Award – 2010

  • Dublin City University Teaching Award – 2008

  • Dublin City University’s Inaugural Research Fellowship Award – 2007

  • 2007 Innovation Award, Invent [award by Enterprise Ireland Big Ideas] – 2007

  • Dublin City University President's Targeted Research Award – 2006

  • Albert College Fellowship Award – 2004

  • Royal College of Physicians National Scientific & Medical Award – 1996

  • Health Research Board Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship Award – 1995

  • Pfizer Young Investigator International Award - 1991

Dr. Marjanneke Vijge

Dr. Marjanneke Vijge

Assistant Professor of Sustainability Governance in the Developing World
Utrecht University
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  • 2011-2016: PhD Environmental Policy Group, Wageningen University. Thesis title: Carbonizing forest governance: Analyzing the consequences of REDD+ for multilevel forest governance. Full scholarship from Wageningen School of Social Sciences. Promoter: Prof. Arthur P.J. Mol. Supervisor: Dr. Aarti Gupta. Defence and thesis evaluation: very good

  • 2007-2009: MSc International Development Studies (with distinction), Wageningen University. Specialisation Sociology with focus on Environmental Policy and Minor in Communication Science. Thesis title: A World/United Nations Environment Organisation? An explanation of the non-decisions on the reform of the international environmental governance system

  • 2004-2007: BSc International Development Studies (with distinction), Wageningen University. Specialisation Sociology with Minor in Forest and Nature Conservation


Teaching experience:

  • 2020-now: Utrecht lead of content development of MSc program on sustainability of CHARM-EU (http://charm-eu.eu/)
  • 2020-now: Coordinator of the track Governance and Societal Transformations of the BSc program Global Sustainability Science, Utrecht University

Course coordinator:

  • 2018-2019: Main lecturer and course coordinator for BSc course Policy Evaluation and Design (student evaluation: 7.4/10 in 2018 and 4/5 in 2019), Utrecht University
  • 2014: Main lecturer and course coordinator for MSc course ‘International Environmental Policy’ (student evaluation: 4.1/5), Wageningen University
  • 2012: Curriculum development and main organiser of international and interdisciplinary post-graduate course ‘REDD+Science+Governance: Opportunities and Challenges’ (student evaluation: 4.4/5), Wageningen University & Research

Lecturer and/or supervisor (all at Utrecht University):

  • 2020-now BSc course Global Integration Project
  • 2018-now BSc course Socio-economic Processes
  • 2018-now MSc course International Governance for Sustainable Development
  • 2019-2020 MSc course Tailor-made course: ‘Framework to measure policy coherence for sustainable development’
  • 2019-2020 MSc course Tailor-made course: ‘The art of designing policies: A critical assessment and categorization of policy design methods’
  • 2019 BSc course Regional Integration Project
  • 2018 BSc course Creative Challenge

Guest lecturer:

  • 2019 BSc course Research Skills, Utrecht University
  • 2019 BSc course Politics of the Earth, Utrecht University
  • 2018 Postgraduate Utrecht Winter School on Earth System Governance, Utrecht University
  • 2013-2016 MSc course Climate Governance, Environmental Policy Group, Wageningen University
  • 2015 MSc course Interdisciplinary Approaches in Communication, Health and Life Sciences, Communication Philosophy and Technology Group, Wageningen University
  • 2013-2014 MSc course Design of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies, Earth System Science Group, Wageningen University
  • 2013 Post-academic course Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation as Institutional Change Processes, Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen University & Research
  • Supervisor for 13 BSc theses since 2019, Utrecht University
  • Second reader for 13 BSc theses since 2019, Utrecht University

Teaching assistant (all at Wageningen University & Research):

  • 2009-2013 MSc course International Environmental Policy, Environmental Policy Group
  • 2009-2011 MSc course Environmental Policy Analysis and Evaluation, Environmental Policy Group
  • 2011 BSc course Governance for Forest and Nature, Forest and Nature Conservation Policy Group
  • 2010 BSc course Environmental Economics and Policy, Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group

Other education-related experience:

  • 2011 Facilitator, International Programme on the Management of Sustainability, the Sustainability Challenge Foundation, Zeist
  • 2005-2007 Member of Programme Evaluation Committee for MSc and BSc programme International Development Studies, Wageningen University
  • 2005-2006 Education commissioner in the board of study association Ipso Facto, Wageningen University


  • 2020: Research grant (€1.24 million as Principle Investigator) in Water-Energy-Food communities in South Africa: multi-actor nexus governance for social justice? Led by Utrecht University in collaboration with North-West University, University of Groningen, University of Fort Hare and WWF-South Africa. NWO-WOTRO Cooperation South Africa-The Netherlands

  • 2017-2019: Research grant (£19,946 as co-applicant), Artisanal jade mining in Myanmar. With Harvard University & Myanmar Centre for Economic and Social Development. From International Growth Centre (London School of Economics & University of Oxford)

  • 2019: Research grant (€7,500 as Principle Investigator), Review of global multi-stakeholder networks on agriculture. From German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation (GIZ)

  • 2016-2017: Post-doctoral Niels Stensen Fellowship (€34,166 individual, selected 7 out of 87), Can the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative help Myanmar on its way to a sustainable democracy?

  • 2011-2016: PhD scholarship (individual: 4 yrs. salary, selected 5 out of 140), The consequences of REDD+ for multilevel forest governance. From Wageningen School of Social Sciences

  • 2010-2015: Various grants (individual) to participate in international conferences and PhD courses

  • 2014: Visiting researcher grant, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Indonesia. From Wageningen School of Social Sciences

  • 2010-2013: Seed money, REDD@WUR, interdisciplinary research project on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation (REDD+). From Wageningen University

Dr. Michelle Share

Senior Research Fellow School of Education
Trinity College Dublin
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  • MEd (Higher Education) TCD [Distinction] (2014)

  • PhD Risk, Responsibility and Choice: Food and Eating in Irish Second Level Schools (Sociology/Education), University of Ulster (2007)

  • MA (International & Community Development), Deakin University, Australia, [Distinction](2001)

  • BA(Hons)(Sociology/English/Geography), Charles Sturt University, Australia [1st Class Hons] 1996


Teaching experience:


Masters in Education (Higher Education) TCD:

  • Curriculum, Assessment & Supervision – co-teach

  • Teaching and Research within and beyond the disciplines – co-teach

  • Reflective Practice in Teaching and Learning in HE (module leader)

  • Traditions, Power and Contexts – co-teach

Postgrad Certificate in Academic Practice (2016, 17, 18,19)

  • Research Supervision

Previous teaching experience at Trinity College Dublin

Master’s in Applied Social Research Methods (2014, 15, 16)

  • Evaluation Research

BA Social Policy (2015)

  • Children and Society (Senior Fresh)

Dr. Monica Serrano

Dr. Mònica Serrano

Associate Professor
University of Barcelona
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  • European PhD in Economics, University of Barcelona, 2008

  • Master in Economics, University of Barcelona, 2002

  • Bachelor in Economics, University of Barcelona, 1999


  • Mònica Serrano is Associate Professor at the Department of Economics of the University of Barcelona and a faculty member of UB School of Economics. She obtained her International PhD in Economics (2008) from the University of Barcelona. She was a research visiting at Univesity of Manchester (UK) and University of Groningen (the Nethlands).
  • As a researcher she is a member of the Economy, Energy and Environmental Pressures (EEEP) research group, the Barcelona Economic Analysis Team (BEAT) research institute, the European Network for Input-Output Studies (EUNIOS), the Network of reference in Economics and Public Policies (XREPP), and the Inter-University Women and Gender Studies (iiEDG). She was the secretary of the Hispanic-American Input-Output Society (SHAIO) from its creation in 2005 until 2020 and she is member of the executive committee and secretary of BEAT from its creation in 2016, being also the scientific director of the “Environment, Sustainable and Well-being” research line. She is editor of “Ecological Economics” from June 2021.
  • Her research —both theoretical and applied— about global sustainability is focused on the study of economic interdependences, particularly those related to the sustainability of economic and social systems such as the environment and daily wellbeing paying special attention to care of people, household production and gender inequality; but also, on other related aspects such as income distribution, international trade and national accounting.
  • She is (co-) author of several books and scientific articles published in international journals and has participated in competitive projects — public and private— such as the World Input-Output Database (WIOD) funded by the European Commission. Results of their collaboration with public institutions such as the Statistical Institute of Catalonia (Idescat) and Catalan Government are “Household satellite account for Catalonia 2011” and “Water satellite account for Catalonia 2005”.

Teaching experience:

  • From 2000 onwards she has been teacher in Ecological Economics, Feminist Economics, Global Sustainability and Microeconomic, both at BA and MA level at the University of Barcelona, coordinating different courses and also supervising bachelor, master and PhD thesis.
  • She is tutor for international mobility and part of the tutorial action plan team at the University of Barcelona.
  • She has an extensive experience in applying active learning methodologies based on student-based learning, team-based learning and collaborative learning.
  • She is member of the education research group GIDTAAVE being co-author of several papers published in national and international education journals such as “Innovations in Education and Teaching International”, member of the scientific and local organizing committee of the “International Conference in Experiences in Active Learning in Higher Education” and participating in other international conferences. She has been leader of different teaching innovation projects and principal investigator of the research teaching project REDICE18-1900.


  • 2011, Temporary leave by the University of Barcelona to perform research at the University of Groningen (The Netherlands).

  • 2008, Fellowship of the Catalonian Government for researchers.

  • 2008, Fellowship of the University of Barcelona for temporary professors to perform research at the University of Groningen (The Netherlands).

  • 2002, Research Scholarship by the University of Barcelona to visit Manchester School of Management, UMIST, England.

  • 2000 – 2004, Fellowship of the University of Barcelona for graduate studies.


Dr. Montserrat Camps-Gaset  University of Barcelona

Dr. Montserrat Camps-Gaset

Senior Lecturer in Greek Philology /Director of the Centre for Australian and Transnational Studies
University of Barcelona
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  • Bachelor in Greek Philology, Universitat de Barcelona 1980

  • Doctor in Classical Philology, Universitat de Barcelona 1985

  • Bachelor in Theology, Theological Faculty, Barcelona 1983


Teaching experience:

  • Senior Lecturer at the University of Barcelona since 1988.

  • [Former assistant at the Univ. Barcelona (1980-1987) and teacher in a high school (1980-1988)]

  • Member of a Group of Innovation in Teaching Ancient Greek from 2002 to 2008


  • Award for translation Ancient Greek-Catalan (Premi de traducció Vidal Alcover 2015, Corpus Hermètic)

  • Scholarship for translating Plato into Catalan (Institució lletres Catalanes 2010)

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Dr. Niels Bovenschen

Associate Professor and Principal Investigator (University Medical Center Utrecht)
Principal Fellow
Utrecht University
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  • 2003: PhD, Sanquin, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  • 1998: MSc, Medical Biology, Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Teaching experience:

  • 2019-now: Examiner/Coordinator course Experimental Translational Medicine, Biomedical Sciences Bachelor + Medicine, Utrecht University

  • 2017-now: Examiner/Coordinator Scientific Research Internships Medicine (master, year 6), Utrecht University

  • 2017-now: Examiner/Coordinator course Biomedical Research Lab, Biomedical Sciences Bachelor, Utrecht University

  • 2012-now: Examiner/Coordinator course Pathology, Biomedical Sciences Master, Utrecht University

  • 2010-now: Examiner/Coordinator course Pathologies, Biomedical Sciences Bachelor, Utrecht University

  • 2005-now: Examiner, Biomedical Sciences internships (n>100)

  • 2005-now: Lecturer in pathology, immunology, oncology, cell biology


  • 2020: Principal Fellow, Utrecht University

  • 2019: NWO Comenius Teaching Fellow

  • 2019: Lecturer of the Year 2019, Utrecht University

  • 2018: Lecturer of the year 2018, Faculty of Medicine, University Medical Center Utrecht

  • 2018: Distinguished Member: Harmen Tiddens Society, University Medical Center Utrecht

  • 2017: Senior Fellow, Utrecht University

  • 2010: Travel Award, International Herpesvirus Workshop, Salt Lake City, USA

  • 2007: Best oral presentation, Dutch Society for Pathology, Ede, The Netherlands

  • 2006: NWO VENI Grant (ZonMw) (Grant application 016.066.044) 

  • 2003: Young Investigator Award, International Society Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Birmingham, UK

PAtricia Cucchi University of Montpellier

Dr Patricia Cucchi

Associated Professor in Organism Biology- “MCU Hors Classe” PhD, MSc, MS.
University of Montpellier
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  • 1998 PhD in Biology – Rennes 1 University - France

  • 1994 MSc in Cell Physiology- UPMC – Paris IV -France

  • 1993 MS in Valorisation of natural resources- University of Corsica

  • 1991 Bsc (2-years degree) in Natural and Life Sciences -University of Corsica


Teaching experience:

  • 20 years of teaching in 4 French universities in Bachelor and Master degree : Professionalisation and Project Management, Cell Biology, Biochemistry and Enzymology, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Immunology, Organism Biology and Development

  • Coordinator of 16 modules (5 in Bachelor degree, 11 in Master degree)

  • Head of Bs degree in Life Science (UM) 2013-2020

  • Head of MS degree IEGB in “Ecological Engineering and Biodiversity Management”, MS1 (UM) 2014-2017

  • Head of MS degree BAEMT in “Aquatic Bioresources in Mediterranean and Tropical Environments” (UM)


  • 1998-1999 : Fellowship of Territorial collectivity of Corsica for post-doctoral position in INSERM- Necker Hospital-Paris

  • 1998 : Prize of the Accademia Corsa of Nice for my PhD thesis on “Anthropological and epidemiological study of the Corsican population

  • 1994-1997 : Ministry of Higher Education and Research of French Republic Scholarship for PhD in Rennes 1  University

  • 1994-1995 : Merit Scholarship of Pierre and Marie Curie University of Paris for MSc degree (DEA)

  • 1989-1993 : Social criteria scholarships


Dr. Patrick Caron

Vice President for International Affairs
University of Montpellier
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  • HDR (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) in Geography (University of Paris Ouest la Défense / Nanterre 2011)

  • PhD in Geography (University of Paris X / Nanterre 1998)

  • Master in Public Health and Developing Countries (Institut santé et développement, University of Paris VI / Paris / France 1992)

  • Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, National Veterinary School (Ecole nationale vétérinaire de Lyon, University Claude Bernard / Lyon / France 1989)

  • Master in Food and Nutrition in Developing Countries (Université des sciences et techniques of Languedoc / Montpellier / France 1988)

  • Veterinary diploma (Ecole nationale vétérinaire / Lyon / France, 1985)



  • Dr. Patrick Caron is currently Vice Rector for International Affairs at the University of Montpellier
  • He is also International Director of the Montpellier University of Excellence
  • He was recently appointed as a member of the Scientific Group for the 2021 UN Food System Summit
  • He is a specialist of farming systems and territorial dynamics, with a special focus on livestock farming
Dr Sonam Prakashini Banka

Dr. Prakashini Banka

Research fellow and project manager in the Institute of Population Health, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin
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  • PhD in Psychology focusing on Child Health

  • PG Diploma in Statistics

  • PG Diploma in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

  •  BA(Hons) in Psychology

  • H. Dip in Data Analytics in Science


Teaching experience:

  • Dr Sonam Prakashini Banka is currently employed as a research fellow and project manager in the Institute of Population Health, School of Nursing and Midwifery at Trinity College Dublin


  • 1252 Research Stipend, 2012
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Dr. Quentin Crawley

Associate Professor and Director, TCD Centre for the Environment
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Teaching experience:

  • His teaching is based on active learning, with a research-lead focus
  • He teaches courses in Geochemistry, Geochronology, Environmental Change in Deep Time and Entrepreneurship, as well as various field-based classes in Geology, Earth Science and Environmental Science
  • He also works with Climate-KIC to design and deliver an international summer school in Climate Entrepreneurship
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Prof. Dr. Quique Bassat

ICREA research professor /Head of malaria Programme
University of Barcelona
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  • University of Barcelona (Spain): MD, 1999, Medicine and Surgery

  • University of Barcelona (Spain): MSc1, 2004, Tropical Medicine & international Health

  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical medicine (LSHTM, UK): MSc2, 2008, MSc Epidemiology

  • University of Barcelona (Spain): PhD, 2009, PhD Medicine


Teaching Experience

  • October 2019 Course Director: Salud Global pediátrica y cooperación: Una introducción para pediatras. Hospital Sant Joan de Deu, Barcelona, Spain.
  • July 2017 Course Director: Europa ante los desafíos globales de la cooperación al desarrollo. Erradicación y prevención de enfermedades endémicas: Malaria. Real Monasterio de Yuste, del 5 al 7 de julio.
  • Since 2017 Module co-coordinator and lecturer: "De la medicina Tropical a la Salut Global” [From tropical medicine to global health] Undergraduate optional module for students. Universidad Central de Barcelona, Faculty of Medicine,  Barcelona, Spain.
  • Since 2013 Lecturer:  Science of malaria eradication: A leadership course (annual basis). Co-organized by ISGlobal, Harvard School of Public Health, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute.
  • Since 2009 Lecturer: MSc Public Health. Lectures on malaria and other international health topics.  Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Since 2008 Lecturer. MSc Tropical Medicine and International Health. Lectures on malaria and tropical paediatrics. Universidad Central de Barcelona, Faculty of Medicine,  Barcelona, Spain.
  • 2009-2010 Lecturer:  MSc Tropical Medicine. Lectures on malaria.  Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.
  • September 2008 “Severe malaria course” accreditation teacher for two sites participating in the Phase III RTS,S malaria vaccine trial. Bagamoyo, Tanzania; Manhiça, Mozambique.
  • July 2017 Course Director: Europa ante los desafíos globales de la cooperación al desarrollo. Erradicación y prevención de enfermedades endémicas: Malaria. Real Monasterio de Yuste, del 5 al 7 de julio.
  • Since 2017 Module co-coordinator and lecturer: "De la medicina Tropical a la Salut Global” [From tropical medicine to global health] Undergraduate optional module for students. Universidad Central de Barcelona, Faculty of Medicine,  Barcelona, Spain.


  • ICREA fellowship (Research professorship), Catalan government (2017-onwards)

  • International JCI (junior Chamber International) 2012 “Ten Outstanding Young persons of the World –TOYPS- 2012” award in category “Medical Innovation”. Award received in Taipei, Taiwan, the 20th of November 2012

  • Catalan JCI (Junior Chamber International) 2011 “Outstanding Young Person” award in category “Medical Innovation”

  • Miguel Servet fellowship of the ISCIII (Plan Nacional de I+D+I 2008-2011, grant number: CP11/00269) (2011-2016)

  • “Ayudas para contratos de formación en investigación «Rio Hortega» para profesionales sanitarios que hayan finalizado el periodo de formación sanitaria especializada”, Spanish Ministry of Science (2005-2008)

  • Hadassah International organization’s first Bernice S. Tannenbaum Young International Volunteer of Distinction Award (2004)

  • Erasmus/Socrates scholarship to study third year of Medical School. Università degli studi di Parma, Parma, Italy (1995-96)

  • United World College of the Atlantic, 2-year scholarship (1991-1993)

  • UNICEF’s Honorific diploma (1987)

Dr. Santi Segui

Dr. Santi Seguí

Associate Professor
University of Barcelona
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  • Ph.D. Computer Science, University of Barcelona, Spain. 2011

  • Master in Computer Science, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain , 2007

  • Computer Science Degree, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, 2006


Teaching experience:

  • Dr. Santi Seguí's expertise are in DataScience, Machine Learning, Recommender Systems
  • Since December 2012 Dr. Santi Seguí is a Lecturer at the University of Barcelona
  • Between September - December 2014 he was a Visiting Scientist at the University of Toronto
  • Between January - February 2012 he was a Visiting Scientist at Carnegie Mellon University
  • He was a Postdoctoral Researcher between July 2011 - December 2012
  • He was an Assistant Professor at the University of Barcelona between 2008 - 2012
Dr. Sinéad Corr

Dr. Sinéad Corr

Assistant Professor, and Group Leader Microbiome & Mucosal Immunity lab,
Moyne Institute of Preventative Medicine, Trinity College Dublin

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  • 2002-2006 Ph.D (with distinction) Molecular Microbiology, Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre (APC) & Dept. of Microbiology, University College Cork, Ireland “Analysis of Listeria monocytogenes interaction with the host gastrointestinal tract.”

  • 1998-2002 BSc Microbiology, 1st Class Honors, University College Cork, Ireland


Teaching experience:

  • Oct. 2019-Present: Associate Professor of Microbiology, Trinity College Dublin.
  • Sept. 2015-Oct. 2019: Assistant Professor of Microbiology, Trinity College Dublin (TCD).
  • Design, delivery & examination of microbiology, immunology & biochemistry lecture series to Junior Fresh (JF), Senior Fresh (SF), Junior Sophister (JS), Senior Sophister (SS), MSc students, School of Genetics & Microbiology, School of Biochemistry & Immunology, School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, & School of Medicine, TCD, since 2010.
  • Course/Module Coordinator:
    • Senior Sophister Microbiology, Course Advisor, TCD 2020-Present
    • Course coordinator: MSc Genomic Medicine, TCD 2019-present
    • Module coordinator “Microbial Genomics for Health & Disease”, MSc Genomic Medicine 2019-present; “Microbial Pathogenicity I”, MIU33002, JS Microbiology and JS Immunology, 2019-present; TCD
    • Module Joint-Coordinator “Infection and Immunity”, BYU2209, SF Biology, TCD 2015-2018
  • Research Supervision:
    • Supervision of research-lab placements: Senior Sophister (SS) Microbiology (3 annually, 9 week duration); MSc Immunology (1 annually, 12 week duration)
    • Examination of Ph.D viva voce and Transfer viva.
    • Supervision of Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows: Ph.D students:- 3 completed (May 2017, January 2019, April 2020), 2 current;  Postdoctoral Fellows:- 2 current, 1 past.
  • Postgraduate Coordinator, Dept. of Microbiology, Trinity College Dublin, 2015-2020
  • Shadow Director of Postgraduate Teaching and Learning, School of Genetics and Microbiology Executive Committee, 2015-2018


  • Fellowships
    • Science Foundation Ireland ‘Frontiers for the Future Programme’, Project Award 2019
    • Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation America, Litwin IBD Pioneer award, 2016
    • SFI Starting Investigator Research Grant, 2012
  • Travel Awards:
    • INRA-Gut Microbiology, France June 2004
    • ASM & IUMS Congresses U.S.A. July 2005
    • Society for General Microbiology, U.S.A. July 2005
    • FEMS, Microbiology Symposium, Spain, July 2006
    • INRA-Gut Microbiology, Scotland, June 2006
    • Microbiology Society, Dublin, April 2006
  • Conference Awards:
    • Presidents Fund Award, Microbiology Society, September 2004                                           Microbiology Society, Dublin, April 2006. Awarded best talk.    
    • Rowett Research Institute-Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Gut Microbiology Symposium, Aberdeen, Scotland, June 2006. Awarded best talk.    
    • Irish Representative, Microbiology Society “Young Microbiologist of the Year 2007” British Isles, Runner up.
    • Irish Society of Gastroenterology, Ireland, April 2007. Awarded best talk.

Prof. Sébastien Bertout

Head of learning department in Parasitology and medical mycology in Faculty of pharmacy
Head of research team “Parasitic and fungal infections”
University of Montpellier
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  • 2008 Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches French post-doctoral degree allowing its holder to supervise PhD students Université Montpellier 1

  • 2005-2010 Pharm D. - Université Montpellier I

  • 1998-2000 PhD Parasitology, UFR des Sciences Pharmaceutiques, Université de Montpellier I

  • 1997 Post Graduate degree following my master in Parasitology, Option Molecular Parasitology and Immunology, Université Lille 2

  • 1994-1996 Master’s degree Cellular biology, Immunology Université Aix Marseille II


Teaching experience:

  • Since 2014  Professor in Parasitology and medical mycology U.F.R. des Sciences Pharmaceutiques et Biologiques, Université Montpellier
  • 2008-2014  Assistant professor in Parasitology and medical mycology U.F.R. des Sciences Pharmaceutiques et Biologiques, Université Montpellier
  • 2000-2008  Lecturer  Parasitology and medical mycology


  • 2014-2017 Prime d’Excellence Scientifique (Junior researcher grant)
  • 2006-2010  Prime d’Encadrement Doctoral et de Recherche (Junior researcher grant)
  • 1997-2000  Phd Scholarship
  • 1997 Post graduate scholarship
Sergio Villanueva Baselga

Prof. Sergio Villanueva Baselga

Lecturer at Faculty of Information and Media
Universitat de Barcelona
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  • Phd in Communication and Media
  • Rearch into Health Communication


Teaching experience:

  • 10 year experience in BA, MA and PhD levels in the fields of Communication Research, Global Health, and Health Communication.
  • For the past 3 years he has been Assistant Professor at the University of Barcelona.
Dr. Silvia Gallagher

Dr. Silvia Gallagher

Research Fellow at CHARM-EU
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  • Special Purpose Certificate in Academic Practice, Trinity College Dublin (2018)
  • PhD in Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin (2016)
  • MSc in Applied Social Research, Trinity College Dublin (2007)
  • BA(Mod) in Sociology and Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin (2004)


Teaching experience:

  • Lecturing for the School of Computer Science and Statistics and the School of Education at Trinity College Dublin
  • NVivo and Endnote training for Trinity College Dublin staff and students.
  • Developing, designing and implementing Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and online education in Trinity College Dublin.
  • Curriculum design, delivery and assessment for CHARM-EU programmes.
  • Professional development training for teaching staff.
  • PhD and Master’s student supervision for the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin
Stefan Werning

Stefan Werning

Associate Professor for New Media & Game Studies
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  • MA (2004, University of Bonn)
  • PhD in media studies (2010, University of Bonn)
  • Habilitation/venia legend (2015, University of Bayreuth)


Teaching experience:

  • Stefan Werning is an Associate Professor for Digital Media and Game Studies at Utrecht University, where he organizes the annual ‘Multidisciplinary Game Research’ summer school and coordinates the special interest group ‘Thinking Through Games’ within the Game Research focus area. 
  • Stefan has been a visiting scholar (2005) and fellow (2006-2010) at the program in Comparative Media Studies at MIT. Moreover, he has worked in the digital games industry, most notably at Codemasters (2005) and Nintendo of Europe (2007-09). 
  • His research interests include creative practice research, the intersection of game studies and software studies, and Green Media (i.e. a media-comparative perspective on phenomena like environmental communication, eco literacy and ‘green citizenship’).

Dr. Valérie Borrell Estupina

Senior Assistant Professor (Maître de conférences Hors Classe) in Water sciences with Research Director agreement (HDR)
University of Montpellier
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  • Director Agreement (Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches), Montpellier University, 2017.

  • PhD in Environmental Sciences, Towards a hydrological model for flash flood forecast, Toulouse INP (Institut National Polytechnique), 2004.

  • Engineer ENSEEIHT in Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics, Water & Environmental Sciences, Toulouse INP (Institut National Polytechnique), 1999.

  • Master in Physics & Chemistry of the Environment, Toulouse INP (Institut National Polytechnique), 1999.


Teaching experience:

  • 2016-2020 Coordinator of the EACEA project ERASMUS+ Capacity Building in Higher Education, MAREMA.
  • 2015-today Education service officer for the Executive Board of the WATERS Key Initiative, Montpellier University MUSE. 2019-today co-Director of the Master’s Degree IEGB (ecological engineering and biodiversity management), Montpellier University.
  • 2011-2020 co-Director of the Master’s Degree HYDRE (Hydrology and Risks), Montpellier University.
  • 2015-2018 Director of the Master’s training in Water Sciences, Montpellier University, Montpellier SupAgro, AgroParisTech, University Paul Valéry.
  • Teacher in Water Sciences (Hydrology, Hydraulics, Water cycle modeling, Applied mathematics for hydrology or fluid mechanics) for Master students, under different educational formats: classical courses, reversed class, project, real case studies, international field schools…).
  • About 60 hours /year between 2000 and 2005, and about 250 hours/year since 2006 mainly in France, with teaching experience in Vietnam, Coastal Ivory, Cameroon, Spain.


  • 2005 PhD with Escande Awards
Mihucz Viktor Gábor

Dr. Viktor Gábor Mihucz

Associate professor
Eötvös Loránd University
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  • MSc in Chemistry, ELTE, 1998 (No. 85/1998)

  • MEd in Chemistry, ELTE, 1999 (insert to 85/1998)

  • PhD in Chemistry, ELTE, 2002 (P-918/2002)

  • Habilitation, ELTE, 2014 (No. 896/2014)

  • Castilian Spanish – Hungarian interpreter and translator certificate (PT B 000070/355) issued by Technical University, Budapest, Hungary, 2006


Teaching experience:

  • Laboratory practices in field of Chemical Technology for Chemistry MEd students (1999 – 2002)
  • General and Inorganic Chemistry & Qualitative and Quantitative Analytical Chemistry laboratory practices for Pharmacy students (2007 - current)
  • Instrumental Analysis for BSc in Chemistry (2007 – 2009)
  • Food Analysis laboratory practices for Environmental MSc and Chemistry MSc students (2009 - current)
  • Seminar on Analytical Chemistry Calculations for Chemistry BSc students (2007 – 2017)
  • Lectures: Hyphenated techniques for elemental speciation in environmental samples for MSc and PhD students (2009 - current)
  • Introduction to Food analysis lecture for MSc students (2009 - current)
  • Analytical Chemistry 1 for Chemistry BSc (2017 - current)


  • Pungor Ernő Award issued by Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2017)
  • Preisich Miklós Award issued by the Hungarian Chemical Society (2020)
  • Erasmus Fellowship (6 months) at UCM, Madrid in 2000/2001
  • MASHAV Fellowship (3 weeks) in 2002
  • Ministero degli Affari Esteri Fellowship (1 month) at Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Rome in 2004
ELTE Dr. Zsófia Kollányi

Dr. Zsófia Kollányi

Senior Lecturer, Head of Department at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Economics
Eötvös Loránd University
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  • 2016 – PhD in Sociology, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Social Sciences
  • 2008 – MSc in Economics, Corvinus University Budapest
  • 2006 – MA in Health Policy Analysis, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Social Sciences


Teaching experience:

  • Teaching university Master courses since 2014 in various Health Policy fields (Health Policy, Financing of Health Systems, Coordination of health Care, Health System Performance Assessment, Sociology of Health and Health Inequalities, Community Health Program Development)
  • Tutoring 30+ Master Thesis authors in the field of Health Policy and Health Inequalities)
  • Delivering extracurricular training in the field of Participative Health Programs