ESOF 2016 Careers Committee
The Careers Committee aims to help further the research and professional development of early career researchers and to ensure that they have the opportunity to connect with policy makers, funders and business. The Committee includes members who have experience in research, management, innovation and policy.
This Committee is responsible for reviewing all submissions to the Careers Call before they are presented to the Careers Committee for final confirmation.
Matthew Lambon Ralph
The University of Manchester
Matthew Lambon Ralph is a Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience & Associate Vice-President at the University of Manchester & Chair of the ESOF 2016 Career Committee.
Alaa L. Ibrahim
American University of Cairo
Alaa Ibrahim is an Associate Professor of Space Astrophysics and Director of the Science Outreach Program at the American University in Cairo.
Luc Van Dyck
Luc Van Dyck is the EuroScience Senior Policy Advisor responsible for ESOF and previously a member of the ESOF 2014 Career Committee.
The University of Novi Sad
Slobodan Radicev is finalizing his PhD at the University of Novi Sad in Toyota Production Systems and a member of EuroScience governing board.
Justin Kelly is a Director of Strategy for the Siemens Industry Sector and passionate about furthering the UK’s Engineering and Technology skills pipeline.
Marie Curie Alumni Association
Snežana Krstić has worked in European research and higher education policy activities since 2004, focusing on issues in research integrity and professional development.
Alison Mitchell is Director of Development for Vitae, a company dedicated to realising the potential of researchers and promoting career development.