We offer Lectures from more than 80 inspiring professors.
A few examples:
Dr. Kilian W. Wawoe is a Human Resources specialist with 20 years of experience. He started his career as HR trainee at ABN-AMRO Bank, and held different HR jobs in The Netherlands, Monaco, Belgium and India. After 11 years he left ABN-AMRO as regional head of HR for West- and Southern Europe.
Besides his daily job, Mr Wawoe researched different banks on performance improvement in India, Brazil, USA, the Netherlands and Romania. After leaving ABN-AMRO Bank in 2010 Mister Wawoe started his own consultancy on Performance Improvement. He leads HR project in various countries in different countries. He also Works as a part-time professor in Human Resource Management at VU University Amsterdam.
He was elected best professor of VU University in 2013.
Haim Berger is a behavioral ecologist currently interested in mammalian social interactions and vocal communication. For years, he has been studying wildlife in Israel, mainly wolves, hyena, golden jackals, foxes. He is also interested in population genetics, largely associated with conservation biology issues.
He teaches and researches at the Desert Research Institute (Ben Gurion University) in Israel. Haim gives his audience a short introduction into the world of animal behaviour and links it to human behavior with regards to topics as relationships, sex love, curiosity, fear and ranking/positions
Robert van den Hoven van Genderen
Professor Dr. Robert van den Hoven van Genderen has a vast history in business and science. Currently, he is director of the Center for Law and Internet of the Law Faculty of the VU University of Amsterdam. In the recent past, he has been an executive legal officer for the European Project Hemolia on anti-money laundering for financing terrorism and advisor for the Council of Europe sand Nato on privacy.
Robert has been the director for regulatory affairs of BT Netherlands and Telfort and secretary Information Policy for the Netherlands Employers Organisation. He has published several articles and books on telecommunication law, IT law, privacy and robot law and lectured on these subjects at different universities in the Netherlands and abroad.
Lauren is an Assistant Professor in Conflict Studies at the History of International Relations section of Utrecht University (https://www.uu.nl/medewerkers/LMGould/0).
She is currently engaged in research projects on new strategies of remote warfare in Africa (with a focus on the US military command AFRICOM).
Lauren is a lecturer at the Centre for Conflict Studies where she teaches in the minor Conflict Studies and the MA Conflict Studies and Human Rights.
She also also supervises 8 MA Conflict Studies and HumanRights students per year.
Felienne is associate professor at the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science at Leiden University, where she heads the PERL research group, focused on programming education.
She is one of the organizers of the CurryOn conference, which aims to bridge the gap between industry and academia. Felienne was also one of the founders of the Joy of Coding conference, with a similar goal, which she organized for 6 years.
Since 2016, she has been a host at SE radio, one of the most popular software engineering podcasts on the web. In an inspiring Lecture, Felienne explains how programming works.
Writing code is a creative task. Just like composing music. And anyone can learn these skills.