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Malene Freudendal-Pedersen

Malene Freudendal-Pedersen is Associate Professor in Sustainable Mobilities at Roskilde University, Denmark. She has an interdisciplinary background linking sociology, geography, urban planning and the sociology of technology which she for many years has used to investigate praxises of mobilities and its significance for (future) cities. The outset is understanding the interrelation between spatial and digital mobilities and its impacts on everyday life, societies and environments. She is the co-manager of the international Cosmobilities Network and founder and co-editor of the new journal Applied Mobilities.

Contact: malenef(at)ruc.dk

Parisa Shah Mohamadi

Parisa Shah Mohamadi is a trained architect and urban planner with a wide range of experience in Middle East, Asia and Europe. She is the founder of Resilience Urban Planning+Development (RUPD) GbR in 2013. Parisa was a post-doctoral fellow at Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Meteorologie from 2011 until 2012. She holds a Ph.D in urban climate with focus on ''urban heat island'' from National University of Malaysia and studied her Master and Bachelor of Architecture in Iran. Her main research interests cover sustainable urban development and planning; urban climate change planning, climate change and cities, urban heat island effects, climate intelligent cities and urban resilience.

Contact: parisa.mohamadi(at)hcu-hamburg.de

Camille Tarsiguel

Camille Tarsiguel is a French student of Mechanics, Computer Science, Command and Signal at ENSTA ParisTech, an engineering school from the Paris-Saclay University. She studied Mathematics and Physics in “classes préparatoires” at Lycée Saint-Louis in Paris. She has been a research intern at CityScienceLab for three months, working on people detection and people tracking on videos.

Contact: camille.tarsiguel(at)ensta-paristech.fr

Asta Vonderau

Asta Vonderau hält eine Assistenzprofessur am Fachbereich Sozialanthropologie an der Universität Stockholm. Ihre Forschung befasst sich mit den sozialen und ökologischen Auswirkungen von IT Industrien und Infrastrukturen. Vonderau interessiert sich dafür, wie Digitalisierungsprozesse soziale Ungleichheiten beeinflussen und neue Formen von Urbanität, Subjektivität und politischer Führung schaffen. Vonderau ist Gründungsmitglied des internationalen Forschungsnetzwerks CityIndustries: Urban Industrial Entanglements in the Baltic Sea Region.

Kontakt: asta.vonderau(at)socant.su.se