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Chris Impey

Chris Impey is a University Distinguished Professor of Astronomy at the University of Arizona. He has over 210 refereed publications on observational cosmology, galaxies, and quasars, and his research has been supported by $20 million in NASA and NSF grants. He has won eleven teaching awards and has taught two online classes with over 300,000 enrolled and 4 million minutes of video lectures watched. Chris Impey is a past Vice President of the American Astronomical Society, and he has won its Education Prize. He’s also been an NSF Distinguished Teaching Scholar, Carnegie Council’s Arizona Professor of the Year, and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor. He has written 70 popular articles on cosmology, astrobiology and education, two textbooks, a novel called Shadow World, and eight popular science books: The Living Cosmos, How It Ends, Talking About Life, How It Began, Dreams of Other Worlds, Humble Before the Void, Beyond: The Future of Space Travel, and Einstein’s Monsters: The Life and Times of Black Holes.


Jacob Haqq Misra

Jacob Haqq Misra is a senior research investigator at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science.


Ayşe Meriç Yazıcı

Dr. Ayşe Meriç Yazıcı is a Visiting Scholar at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science (BMSIS). She is currently carrying out post doc studies at the department of philosophy in Lund University. Besides her academic career, she has been working in the fields of biomimicry, space economy, space technologies and astrobiology.


Sulaimon Olanrewaju Adebiyi

Dr. Sulaimon Olanrewaju Adebiyi is a Faculty in the Department of Business Administration, University of Lagos, Nigeria. He graduated with B. Sc. (Hons) Second Class Upper Division in Business Administration from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago - Iwoye, bagged his M. Sc. in Operations Research from the University of Lagos. He equally holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with distinction from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree (Ph. D) in Business Administration from the University of Lagos. He had worked with three different Universities in Nigeria before his present appointment (Fountain University, Osogbo; Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta and Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye). His research philosophy is that of achieving the best possible results in any given circumstances using scientific methods to analyze business operations. He has published in reputable journals both local and international.
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Gloria Amaka Olayemi

Gloria Amaka Olayemi holds an M. Sc. degree in Operations Research from the University of Lagos and a B. Sc. (Hons) in Business Administration with distinction from Adeleke University. She is currently a Technology Consultant at Ernest and Young, Nigeria. Her interests are Business Analysis, Data Privacy, Cyber Security, and Business and Technology strategy.


Padmanabhan Krishnan

Studied computer science at IIT Kanpur, India  and The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, USA. His professional interests are in program analysis, security and formal methods. He has recently been studying aspects of Hindu philosophy.


Howard Wettstein

Howard Wettstein is currently Professor of Philosophy at UC Riverside. Previously he has held positions at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Minnesota, Morris and visiting positions at Stanford University and the University of Iowa. His main research areas are the philosophy of religion and the philosophy of language. He is the editor of “Midwest Studies in Philosophy” since 1974. His latest book is The Significance of Religious Experience (Oxford UP, 2012). Earlier he published two volumes in the philosophy of language, The Magic Prism (Oxford UP, 2004) and Has Semantics Rested On a Mistake? (Stanford UP 1991).


Subhash Kak

Subhash Kak is Distinguished Academic Scholar at Chapman University in Orange, California and Regents Professor at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater who has worked on artificial intelligence, quantum information, and history of science. He is the author of twenty books that include Mind and Self, The Wishing Tree, and The Circle of Memory. He has written extensively on the social impacts of AI and he was a member of a committee set up by SRI International to determine if computers in the future will become conscious. He has served on academic advisory committees of the Smithsonian and NIST and on the advisory boards of several technology companies. He is a member of the Indian Prime Minister’s Science, Technology and Innovation Advisory Council (PM-STIAC) since 2018.


Vojko Strahovnik

Vojko Strahovnik, Department Chair and Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy and Research Fellow in Philosophy at the Faculty of Theology, University of Ljubljana. The impact of his work ranges from insights into the nature of normativity (the role of moral principles in the formation of moral judgments, the authority of the normative domain, epistemic agency, and epistemic virtuousness) to considerations related to practical dimensions of our lives (e.g., the role of guilt and moral shame in reconciliation processes, the importance of intellectual and ethical virtues in dialogue and education, global justice, animal ethics). His recent outreach activities include being a visiting lecturer (2017) and a Templeton and Fulbright research scholar (2016; 2022) at the University of Arizona, Department of Philosophy. The central question that incites him most is the structure and phenomenology of normativity. Webpage:


Ted Peters

Ted Peters pursues Public Theology at the intersection of science, religion, ethics, and public policy. Peters is an emeritus professor at the Graduate Theological Union, where he co-edits the journal, Theology and Science, on behalf of the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences, in Berkeley, California, USA. His book, God in Cosmic History, traces the rise of the Axial religions 2500 years ago. He previously authored Playing God? Genetic Determinism and Human Freedom? (Routledge, 2nd ed., 2002) as well as Science, Theology, and Ethics (Ashgate 2003). He is editor of AI and IA: Utopia or Extinction? (ATF 2019). Along with Arvin Gouw and Brian Patrick Green, he co-edited the new book, Religious Transhumanism and Its Critics hot off the press (Roman and Littlefield/Lexington, 2022). Soon he will publish The Voice of Christian Public Theology (ATF 2022). See his websites: and