Daan Schuurbiers, director of DPF, has encouraged early reflection on the possible social impacts of emerging technologies throughout his research and current advisory work. He designs training courses for researchers, builds novel interdisciplinary collaborations, advises on research policy and regularly speaks at conferences to raise awareness with researchers of the broader societal dimensions of their work.
Hannie van den Bergh joined DPF for the GoNano project. Hannie is an experienced designer and award-winning filmmaker. She has extensive experience working at the interface of arts and science. She uses tools like co-creation, storytelling, design thinking, and data visualisation to shape our thoughts on new technologies and societal challenges. She founded Studio HB, a studio for visual communication. www.studio-hb.nl.
Maud Bomert is a junior project manager at DPF. Maud has a master’s degree in Biology with a specialization in Science in Society. She is fascinated by the interplay of research, innovation and society. Through her work for the GoNano project, Maud aims to support the alignment of future nanotechnologies with societal needs and concerns.