Dr. Dmitry Epstein
Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)
Dmitry is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and the Federmann School of Public Policy and Government at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel). His research focuses on the intersection of information, technology, policy, and society.
Dr. Philipp K. Masur
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Philipp is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Science at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Netherlands). His research focuses on privacy and self-disclosure, persuasion and social influence on social media, and communication and well-being.
Dr. Kelly Quinn
University of Illinois at Chicago (USA)
Kelly is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago (USA). Her work focuses on new media and how they relate to diverse topics such as aging, social capital, friendship and privacy.
Dr. Carsten Wilhelm
University of Haute-Alsace (France)
Carsten is Associate Professor in Information and Communication Sciences at the Center for Research on Economies, Societes, Arts and Technologies of the Université de Haute Alsace (France). His research focuses on the societal and cultural implications of digital media and communication practice and use, on the transcultural circulation of knowledge and the use of communication media in teaching and learning.
Dr. Lemi Baruh
Koc University (Turkey)
Lemi Baruh is an Associate Professor at the Department of Media and Visual Arts, Koc University (Turkey). Lemi does research in Communication and Media, focusing on surveillance and social psychology of privacy and disclosure.
Dr. Christoph Lutz
BI Norwegian Business School (Norway)
Christoph Lutz is an Associate Professor at the Department of Communication and Culture and at the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society, BI Norwegian Business School (Oslo). His research interests lie in the area of digital technologies and include social media, online participation, privacy and digital inequalities. In addition, Christoph is interested in digital labor, the sharing economy and social robots.