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Dr. Tanja Tajmel

Dr. Tanja Tajmel

Tanja Tajmel, Associate Professor in the Centre for Engineering in Society, holds a Concordia University Research Chair in Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (EDI in STEM), and is Special Advisor to the Dean of Gina Cody School for EDI.

Dr. Gita Ghiasi

Dr. Gita Ghiasi

Gita Ghiasi is a Senior Research Advisor at Université de Montréal and a Research associate at the EDI Lab at Concordia University. Her research focuses on the potent effects that a new technology can have, and may in future have, on society and introduces policy implications to orient emerging technologies toward equity and equality outcomes.

Dr. Gita Ghiasi

Dr. Mirjam Fines-Neuschild

Mirjam Fines-Neuschild completed an individualized PhD in physics and communications at the Université de Montréal in June 2021. Through her research and social involvement, she aims at making STEM fields more inclusive. As a Horizon Postdoctoral Fellow at Concordia, she studies scientists’ understanding, experiences with, and approaches to equity, diversity, inclusion, and decolonization.

Tatiana Zanon

Tatiana Zanon

Tatiana Zanon is a Ph.D. candidate in the Individualized Program (INDI) with over a decade of experience in science communication in higher education at public institution. In her research, she investigates colonialism and othering in Canadian and Brazilian science textbooks from feminist, decolonial, and critical discourse analytical perspectives.

Tatiana Zanon

Ezgi Ozyonum

Ezgi Ozyonum is a public scholar and a doctoral candidate in education at Concordia University. Ezgi's research brings critical and decolonial perspectives to the study and practice of decolonizing internationalization in higher education. Her research aims to move Canadian Universities towards an equitable, diverse, inclusive, and decolonizing future.

Tatiana Zanon

Carlos Mometti

Carlos Mometti graduated in Physics from Sapienza Università di Roma and the Federal University of São Carlos. He completed a Master’s in Education from the University of São Paulo where he is currently Ph.D. candidate. His research interests are decolonial theory, curriculum and cultural studies.

Tatiana Zanon

Amanda Kolopanis

Amanda Kolopanis completed a Bachelor's degree in Software Engineering in August 2021 at Concordia University. She is currently working towards accomplishing a Master's of Applied Science degree in Software Engineering at Concordia University as a member of the CREATE SE4AI program. Her research areas target the incorporation of gender and society in developing artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in areas such as machine learning and natural language processing.

Anick Jasmin

Anick Jasmin

Anick Jasmin completed a Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in April 2021 at Concordia University. As a Master’s student in the Individualized Program she is now doing research on Black Haitian Women in STEM. She is also an artist and strives to connect her passions in order to be completely multidisciplinary.

Melissa Mendes

Sharon Ho

Sharon Ho is a MASc candidate in Software Engineering at Concordia University under the NSERC CREATE SE4AI framework. She is co-supervised by Dr. Tanja Tajmel (EDI Lab) and Dr. Emad Shihab (DAS Lab). She aims to study the social impact of AI systems and AI-generated media through the lens of equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Riya Dutta

Riya Dutta

Master’s student, Centre for Engineering in Society and Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Concordia University

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