NIAS-Lorentz Advisory Board Members

NIAS-Lorentz Advisory Board members are selected based on their scientific background and specific expertise, their known cross-disciplinary interests and affinity with stimulating novel initiatives. They typically have a broad knowledge of the Dutch scientific community and an interest in societal challenges. The NIAS-Lorentz Advisory Board members together cover a wide range of scientific fields in the humanities and social sciences.

Current members of the NIAS-Lorentz Advisory Board

Chair
Prof. Sijbolt Noorda
Amsterdam
Area of Expertise: Theology, Governance

Members
Dr. Anne Beaulieu
University of Groningen
Area of Expertise: Interaction between innovation, technology and culture; interdisciplinary collaboration; energy systems in contemporary society; big data in context; data visualisations and visual culture

Dr. Milene Bonte
Maastricht University
Area of Expertise: Language, Cognitive Neuroscience (reading/speech/auditory/visual language processing)

Dr. Annelien Bredenoord
UMC Utrecht
Area of Expertise: Biomedical Ethics; ethical issues raised by translational medicine

Prof. Dirk van Delft
Leiden University
Area of Expertise: History of Science

Prof. Sven Dupré
Utrecht University
Area of Expertise: History of Science

Dr. Sui Lin Goei
VU University Amsterdam
Area of Expertise: Educational needs in inclusive learning environments

Dr. Babette Hellemans
University of Groningen
Area of Expertise: Medieval History; Cultural History from c. 1000-1700; Intellectual History from c. 1000-1700; Historical Anthropology; Theory and Methods in History; History of France

Dr. Esther Jansma
Cultural Heritage Agency
Area of Expertise: Physical Geography

Prof. Julia Kursell
University of Amsterdam
Area of Expertise: Musicology, Slavic Philology and History of Science

Prof. Cees Leeuwis
Wageningen University
Area of Expertise: Agricultural systems, Communication science, Environmental communication, Communication theory, Technology, Technology assessment, Extension, Innovation adoption, Intercultural communication, Interdisciplinary research, Research policy

Prof. Amade M’Charek
University of Amsterdam
Area of Expertise: Anthropology of Health, Care and the Body

Prof. Barbara Oomen
Utrecht University
Area of Expertise: Interrelationship between Law, Culture and Society

Dr. Bernike Pasveer
Maastricht University
Area of Expertise: Technology & Society Studies

Prof. Brenda Penninx
VU University Medical Center
Area of Expertise: Psychiatric Epidemology; risk factors and consequences of depressive and anxiety disorders

Prof. Jan Willem Romeijn
University of Groningen
Area of Expertise: Philosophy of Science

Prof. Wim Saris
Maastricht University
Area of Expertise: Human Nutrition

Prof. Sonja Smets
University of Amsterdam
Area of Expertise: Logic, Quantum Theory, Language Philosophy

Dr. Eliza Steinbock
Leiden University
Area of Expertise: (Trans)Gender Studies, Sexuality, Film and Visual Arts, Critical Theories of Embodiment, Continental Philosophy.

Prof. Claes de Vreese
University of Amsterdam
Area of Expertise: Political Communication

Former NIAS-Lorentz Advisory Board members

Prof. Mieke Boon, University of Twente
Prof. Rens Bod, University of Amsterdam
Prof. Jan Vandenbroucke, Leiden University Medical Center
Prof. Annette de Groot, University of Amsterdam
Prof. José van Dijck, University of Amsterdam
Prof. André Knottnerus, Maastricht University
Prof. Rineke Verbrugge, University of Groningen
Prof. Emile Aarts, Eindhoven University of Technology
Prof. Pearl Dykstra, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Prof. Alexander Rinnooy Kan, University of Amsterdam
Dr. James McAllister, Leiden University
Dr. Peter Tindemans, Euroscience The Hague
Prof. Klaas van Berkel, University of Groningen
Prof. Robert Dijkgraaf, University of Amsterdam
Prof. Rick van der Ploeg, VU University Amsterdam
Prof. Johan Bouma, Wageningen University
Dr. Tini Colijn-Hooymans, Wageningen University