Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education and Culture of Finland
Anita Lehikoinen was appointed Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Education and Culture on 1st May 2013. She is head of operations of the Ministry in cooperation with the Ministers and leads the implementation of the Government programme within the Ministry's administrative sector.
Antonio Loprieno is President of the European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities ALLEA, an association of more than 50 academies in over 40 countries, and of Jacobs University Bremen. He chairs the Austrian Science Board.
President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Professor Larhammar has more than 25 years' experience of debates with proponents of pseudoscience of various types, especially alternative medicine (including anti-vaccine), creationism, parapsychology, and climate change denial.
Director Institute for Future Media, Democracy and Society, Dublin City University
Jane is director of DCU's Institute for Future Media, Democracy and Society and is PI on H2020 ICT28 Provenance, a multimillion interdisciplinary project to combat disinformation and PI on JOLT a Marie Curie ITN on harnessing digital technologies in communication.
Co-Director, Innogen Institute, University of Edinburgh
Joyce Tait has an interdisciplinary background linking natural and social sciences to support the delivery of innovative technologies with economic and societal benefits. She has worked on: strategic planning for innovation; regulation and standards; and stakeholder influences.
Kimmo Nuotio is Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Helsinki. He has been a visiting professor at the Universities of Toronto and Leiden, a visiting mentor at Australian National University and he is member of the Global Faculty of the Faculty of Law of the Peking University.
Mona Mannevuo is an early-career researcher with a highly multidisciplinary academic background in the humanities and social sciences. Currently she is a postdoctoral researcher at the Turku Institute for Advanced Studies (TIAS).
Riitta Hari, MD PhD, is Professor Emerita at Aalto University, Finland. She has a long experience in systems-level neuroscience and human brain imaging, especially in developing magnetoencephalography (MEG) for tracking millisecond-scale brain dynamics.