Gabriele Baratto is a doctoral student at the School of International Studies, University of Trento. In 2013, he completed a Master's degree in Law at the University of Trento (magna cum laude). He currently works as researcher at “eCrime – ICT, law and criminology”, where he takes part in several EU funded research projects, dealing with organized crime, and the illegal online trade of medicines in the European Union.
Ozge Memisoglu is a first year PhD Student at the University of Bologna, in the program of Global and International Studies at the Department of Political and Social Sciences. Her recent area of research concerns the intersection fo warfare, international security, and technology. She focuses in particular on the role of drones in humanitarian operations and the changing face of the security defense restructuring agenda of European countries.
Emma Mitrotta is a PhD student at the School of International Studies, University of Trento. She has an MA in European and International Studies and a BA in Law. Emma is also a researcher in environmental law at the European Academy of Bolzano and has worked as a legal consultant at the IUCN Environmental Law Centre. Her research focuses on mechanisms of sub-national cooperation for the protection and management of transboundary natural resources. Her interests include international environmental law, biodiversity conservation and ecosystem management, and human rights. Emma speaks Italian, English and Spanish, and has a good knowledge of French.
Milica Pejovic is a PhD student at the School of International Studies of the University of Trento. She holds an MA in European Studies and a BA in International Relations (University of Belgrade, Serbia). Her research interests include European affairs, communication as a tool of democratization of the European Union, and Euroscepticism. She completed an internship in the EU Integration Office of Serbian Government. Milica also worked as a project assistant in the Department for the Social Services of the Municipality of Padua and as an English teacher in Baku (Azerbaijan). She speaks Serbian, English, and Italian.
Elena Sciandra is a PhD student in International Studies at the University of Trento, Italy. Her research interests include global criminology, black markets, and criminal justice responses to transnational crimes. She previously interned with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Tehran, Iran, and Vienna, Austria. She has an MSc in Criminal Justice Policy (London School of Economics), an MA in International Relations (University of Genoa, Italy), and a diploma in Criminology (Birkbeck College, University of London).