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Snelting Femke
Femke Snelting is an artist and designer, developing projects at the intersection of design, feminism and free software. She is member of Constant, a Brussels based association for Art and Media. Femke co-initiated the design- and research team Open Source Publishing (OSP) and is currently coordinating the Libre Graphics Research Unit, a network of four European medialabs that investigates the many interrelations between tools and practice. In this context, she collaborates with Medialab Prado (Madrid) on the 2013 edition of Interactivos?: Tools for a Read-Write World.
Sobchack Vivian
born in 1940, New York, Vivian Sobchack is an American cinema and media theorist and cultural critic.
Spehr Christoph
Christoph Spehr is a German political scientist and historian. He was the first scientist receiving the "Rosa-Luxemburg-prize" in the year 2000 for his essay "Gleicher als Andere - Eine Grundlegung der freien Kooperation", trying to answer the question, how social justice and political freedom can be connected. At last he published 1999 "Die Aliens sind unter uns - Herrschaft und Befreiung im demokratischen Zeitalter". There are presented two of his videos during this conference: "Time is on my side" and "Go on, you free pigs!"
Sretenović Dejan
chief curator, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Serbia
Stadler Andreas
Andreas Stadler is the director of the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York.
Stalder Felix
lecturer in the Theory of the Media Society at the Zurich University of Arts. His work focusses on the intersection of cultural, political and technological dynamics. He is a founder of Openflows, a long-time moderator of the nettime mailing list, and a board member of the Institute for new Culture Technologies/t0 in Vienna. With the institute, co-organized, among others, the Deep Search conference (2008), and the World Information City conferences, Bangalore (2005) and Paris (2009). He has published most recently Open Cultures and the Nature of Networks (2005), Manuel Castells and the Theory of the Network Society (2006), and, as co-editor, Media Arts Zurich (2008).
Stallman Richard
Richard Stallman is the founder of the Gnu Project, launched in 1984 to develop the free operating system GNU. He is the principal author of the GNU Compiler Collection, and various other GNU programs. Stallman received various awards and honorary doctorates for his projects.
Stauber John
John Stauber, born 1953 is an American writer and political activist who has co-authored five books about propaganda.
performance artist, West Melton Victoria, Australia
Sterling Bruce
author, journalist and critic, Pasadena, United States
Steyerl Hito
Filmemacherin, Autorin, Berlin; lehrt als Gastprofessorin für Neue Medien

an der Udk Berlin.
Stiglitz Joseph
Joseph E. Stiglitz, a Nobel laureate in economics, is Professor of Economics at Columbia University and was Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers to President Clinton and Chief Economist and Senior Vice President at the World Bank.
Stikker Marleen
Marleen Stikker is director and founder of Amsterdam’s Waag Society, a research institute for creative technologies, which carries out educaton and social innovation projects, and has also launched successful products like the Fairphone, the first ethically and sustainably produced smartphone. In 1994, she was founder of the pioneering project “De Digitale Stad” Amsterdam.
Streeruwitz Marlene
studierte Slawistik und Kunstgeschichte, freiberufliche Schriftstellerin und

Regisseurin, lebt in Wien und Berlin; Romane, Erzählungen, Theaterstücke,

Essays: »Waikiki-Beach. Und andere Orte.«, »Nachwelt.«,

»Norma Desmond. A Gothic SF-Novel«, »Partygirl.« »Jessica, 30.« (2004) und »Entfernung« (2006).
Sturm Thomas
ICREA Research Professor at the Dept. of Philosophy and the Center for the History of Science at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and Associate Research Fellow at the Wilhelm Wundt Center for Philosophy & History of Psychology, Universidade Federal Juiz de Fora (Brazil). Sturm’s research centers on Immanuel Kant’s philosophy, the philosophy of mind and psychology, and the relations between history & philosophy of science with emphasis on the topic of rationality. He is co-author (with L. Daston, M. Gordin, P. Erickson, J. Klein, and R. Lemov) of “How Reason Almost Lost Its Mind: The Strange Career of Cold War Rationality” (Chicago University Press, 2013), and has published numerous articles in leading journals,
Suber Peter
Peter Suber is Research Professor of Philosophy at Earlham College, Open Access Project Director at Public Knowledge, and the author of the SPARC Open Access Newsletter.
Sundaram Ravi
Ravi Sundaram is researcher at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, and a co-founder of the media collective Sarai, New Delhi. He is currently a visiting research scholar at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.
Sunil Abraham
Sunil Abraham is an industrial and production engineer. In 1998, he founded MAHITI which aims to reduce the cost and complexity of information and communication technology for the voluntary sector by using free software. He was elected an Ashoka.org fellow in 1999 and a Sarai.net fellow in 2003. Sunil has held trainings for/ in partnership with the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, One World South Asia, Indev, Open Society Institute, Hivos and South Asia Fundraising Group. Currently he is on sabbatical with UNDP as manager of the International Open Source Network [IOSN].
Sy Oumou
Oumou Sy is a Senegalese fashion designer and the co-proprietor of Metissacana, the first West African Internet Café.
Sützl Wolfgang
Wolfgang Sützl is a political theorist, philosopher and translator based in Vienna, Austria. His research focuses on the politics of technology and on the cultural critique of violence. He teaches at universities and art schools in Europe and Latin America, including Transart Institute's MFA Program.
Tabor Jan
geboren 1944 in Podebrady, Protektorat Böhmen und Mähren; Studium an

der TU Wien; Architekturtheoretiker, Kunstkritiker, Ausstellungsmacher,

Publizist, Architekt; Mitbegründer des Forum Experimentelle Architektur,

Mitbegründer der Symposionistischen Internationale; unterrichtet

Architektur an der Universität für Angewandte Kunst Wien, Studio Zaha

Hadid und an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Bratislava; außerordentliches

Ehrenmitglied des Wiener Künstlerhauses.
Taha Mehmood
Taha Mehmood is a media practioner, researcher, and filmmaker. Currently he is working with the Information Society Project at Sarai. His interests include film, new economies, the politics of information, and surveillance.
Takemura Mitsuhiro
Cybermedia-expert; Professor at Sapporo City University
Electronic music collective, London /UK
Thomson Kristin
Thomson currently is Research Director and Organizer with the Future of Music Coalition and works for the DC-based public relations firm Bracy Tucker Brown. After graduating with a BA in Sociology from Colorado College, Thomson worked as a national action organizer for the National Organization for Women. She left NOW in 1992 to make a full-time commitment to Simple Machines, an independent record label she co-ran with Jenny Toomey.
Tollmann Vera
curator and writer, Berlin, Germany
Toner Alan
Toner studied law in Trinity College Dublin and New York University, where he is now a Fellow in the Information Law Institute, with a special interest in the countervailing impact of peer processes and information enclosure on cultural production and social life. He is a member of the Autonomedia editorial collective, and joint administrator of the discussion site autonomedia.org and sometime translator of critical texts from Italian and French.
Trappl Robert
Robert Trappl is professor and head of the Institute of Medical Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence, Center for Brain Research, Medical University of Vienna, Austria. He is head of the Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Vienna.
Travner Dagmar
Studium der Sprachwissenschaft, Philologie, Philosophie an der Uni Wien;

tätig als Autorin und Kulturpublizistin tätig, u. a. für die Frankfurter Hefte

und den »morgen« (NÖ Kulturzeitschrift).
Trenkler Thomas
Studium der Germanistik und Kunstgeschichte in Graz, 1985-1990 Mitarbeiter des Festivals »steirischer herbst«, seit 1993 Kulturredakteur bei der Tageszeitung »Der Standard« in Wien.

Mehrere Buchveröffentlichungen, darunter: »Der Fall Rothschild« (Molden 1999), »Wiedersehen im Niemandsland« (Czernin 2000), »Das MuseumsQuartier Wien« (Ueberreuter 2003), »Die Hofburg Wien« (Ueberreuter 2004), »Sisi in Wien« (Ueberreuter 2005).
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