Dr Sorcha Uí Chonnachtaigh

Sorcha is the director of Medical Ethics and Palliative Care MA Programme at the Centre for Professional Ethics at Keele University. She has a background in equality and justice and past research includes the ethical considerations arising from embryonic stem cell research in the Irish context.

Professor Clifford Stott

Professor Clifford Stott is a professor of social psychology and expert in crowd behaviour, ‘riots’, ‘hooliganism’ and ‘public order’ policing. He specialises in understanding the nature and role of social identity processes and intergroup relationships in the psychology.

Konstantinos Anthis

Konstantinos is an expert in fundamental and technical market analysis and systematic trading on the G10 Forex currencies, major European and US Stock Indices and Commodities markets. He combines fundamental, technical and quantitative studies in his analysis and focuses on price dynamics to understand and interpret the current market behavior. He has near a decade of experience in the financial industry having worked as a Senior Investment Strategist in London before joining ADS Securities.

Associate Professor Lyria Bennett Moses

Lyria is Director of the Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation and an associate professor at UNSW Law. Lyria’s research takes a broad look at the relationship between law and technology, focussing on the kinds of problems that arise and how they might be systematically addressed. She has particular expertise on legal issues concerning how data and data analytics are used for law enforcement and national security.

Professor Jane McAdam

Jane McAdam is Scientia Professor of Law and Director of the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law at UNSW. She publishes widely in international refugee law and forced migration, with a particular focus on climate change, disasters and displacement. She is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and a research associate at Oxford University and the Fridtjof Nansen Institute in Norway, and was previously a non-resident Senior Fellow in Foreign Policy at Brookings.

Professor George Williams

George Williams AO is one of Australia’s leading constitutional lawyers, having worked for many years as an academic and as a barrister. He is the Dean and Anthony Mason Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He is a well-known media commentator on legal issues, having been a columnist for the Sydney Morning Herald and Canberra Times and an on-air analyst for ABC Television. He is currently a columnist for The Australian.

Professor Helen Lochhead

Professor Helen Lochhead is Dean, Faculty of Built Environment, UNSW Sydney. An architect, landscape architect and urban designer, she combines teaching, research, practice and advisory roles. Her career has focused on the inception, planning, design and delivery of complex multidisciplinary projects ranging from a city-wide improvements programs to major urban regeneration projects. She has held senior roles in the NSW government including Deputy Government Architect, Executive Director roles at Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority and Sydney Olympic Park Authority.

Professor Bill Randolph

Bill Randolph leads a research team specializing in housing policy, urban development and planning policy issues and city analytics. He has 40 years' experience and an international reputation as a researcher on housing and urban policy issues in the academic, government, non-government and private sectors. His housing and urban research portfolio has focused on a number of themes: housing market dynamics, socio-spatial inequality, high density housing, planning policy outcomes, housing affordability, affordable housing policy and urban renewal.

Professor Jill Bennett

Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow specialising in art, technology and mental health.
Director of The Big Anxiety: festival of arts + science + people.

Associate Professor John McGhee

Associate Professor John McGhee is the Director of the 3D Visualisation Aesthetics Lab at UNSW Sydney. John’s academic research work explores art and design-led modes of visualising complex scientific and biomedical data using 3D computer animation techniques, most recently on Virtual Reality (VR) headsets.
His Lab work includes the deployment of VR in stroke rehabilitation, clinical MRI 3D visualisation for patient education and the application of VR in bio-nano cellular data visualisation.