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Andor László
Andor, László
László Andor has been the EU's Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion since February 2010. Between 2005 and 2010 he represented Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Croatia on the Board of Directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London. Previously he was an associate professor at Corvinus University of Budapest and King Sigismund College, editor of journals, and advisor to the Hungarian Prime Minister. Hungarian national, Mr Andor graduated from the University of Economic Sciences in Budapest in 1989, studied at George Washington University, Washington, D.C., and earned a Master's degree in Development Economics from the University of Manchester in 1993 as a British Council Fellow. He holds a Ph.D in Economics from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

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Barabási Albert László
Barabási, Albert-László
Albert-László Barabási (born March 30, 1967) is a Hungarian-American physicist born in Transylvania, Romania, best known for his work in the research of network theory. He is the former Emil T. Hofmann professor at the University of Notre Dame and current Distinguished Professor and Director of Northeastern University's Center for Complex Network Research (CCNR) and an associate member of the Center of Cancer Systems Biology (CCSB) at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard University. He introduced in 1999 the concept of scale-free networks and proposed the Barabási–Albert model to explain their widespread emergence in natural, technological and social systems, from the cellular telephone to the World Wide Web or online communities.
Necate Baykoc Dönmez
Baykoc Dönmez, Necate
Necate Baykoc Dönmez graduated from Hacettepe Unıversity Department of Child Development and Education in 1980.She got her position as an associate professor at age 29 and became professor at 35 and she has been honoured as one of the youngest professors of Turkey.
Her academic studies are focused on language and cognitive development of children. She developed the Acquisition and Development of Turkish Language Scale. Besides, she worked on various national and international projects and research on diagnosis, assessment and program development for gifted and talented children at preschool and school age.
She has worked as the founder and general director of Ministry of Education Department of Special Education and Psychologial Guidance Services between 1992-1995. She is also the founder of Science and Art Centers (BİLSEM) for gifted and talented children which has been developed as a unique model for Turkey after years of research at academia.
She was the director of European Union Leonardo da Vinci Projects entitled; “Assessment of the educational programs for preschool and school age gifted and talented children” and “Advanced development and assessment of diagnosis, educational programs for gifted and talented children and family guidance” which were partnered with Warwick and Glasgow Universities between 2005-2007.
She founded Necate Baykoç Center for Gifted and Talented Children in 2007.
She is the founder of hospital schools which were aimed to provide educational support for hospitalized children. First hospital school was founded in 1993 and reached to a number of 50 today.
She was the head of special education division at Hacettepe University Department of Child Development between 1996-1997 and 2005-2008. She has completed her studies at the University in 2011. Now she is attending her studies at NB Center and Enstitute for Gifted and Talented Children. She has several national and international published papers, projects as well as she is a member of several associations.

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Benkő Vilmos
Benkő, Vilmos
Mr. William Benko is an entrepreneur, a sought-after public speaker, a coach, and philanthropist. But most importantly, he is a devout person who believes in leading by example.
Mr. Benko lives in Budapest, Hungary where he is involved in healthcare, renewable energy, and has co-launched a software company in the United States focused on artificial intelligence. He is also involved in other start-up ventures mentoring the founders. When’s he’s not building companies, he’s building people by helping them “raise their sails.”
He is President of the American Hungarian Chamber of Commerce; a board member of Entrepreneur Foundation Hungary, a board member of the Fulbright Foundation; a supervisory board member for Csodalampa, the Hungarian equivalent of USAs Make-A-Wish Foundation, and Advisory Board member for Conseqquit in Hungary. Additionally, he was selected as a Hungarian Talent Ambassador in 2013.
Jeanne Bockova
Bockova, Jeanne
Jeanne Bockova is the incoming director of the soon-to-be established Center for Talented Youth - Central Europe (CTY CE), an outgrowth of a just completed successful pilot project with CTY Johns Hopkins University funded by the American Fund for Czech and Slovak Leadership Studies, a foundation of Czech and Slovak Americans. Four years of the pilot project confirmed the benefits of the CTY approach to talent development of exceptionally talented Czech and Slovak youth. CTY CE continues the pilot in offering CTYOnline courses and plans to add CTY Summer programs. Inspired by CTY Ireland, Jeanne has developed Discovery Saturdays, a weekend pilot program for gifted children from ages 5 to 15 in cooperation with Czech universities and experts. CTY CE is poised to engage exceptionally talented students in Central Europe starting next school year. Jeanne has extensive management consulting experience in a variety of organizations including non-profits.

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Adam Boddison
Boddison, Adam
Dr. Adam Boddison is the Academic Principal for IGGY, a global educational social network for gifted students aged 13 to 18. He is also the academic lead for Warwick in Africa, a philanthropically funded program, which has supported over 120,000 learners and their teachers with Math and English education in South Africa, Tanzania and Ghana. Prior to this, Adam was seconded from the University of Warwick to the RSA Academy to raise standards in mathematics and was an Area Coordinator for the Further Mathematics Support Program. He is interested in how technology can enhance teaching and learning and in recent years he has particularly focused on video conferencing and other media-rich technology. In his early career, Adam coordinated a range of residential activities for the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth in the UK. Adam is a qualified clinical hypnotherapist and regularly talks to teachers and students about how mathematics, statistics and psychology can be used to create mathematical magic. He is also the author of ‘The Maths behind the Magic’, a book designed to inspire students to want to learn more about mathematics.

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Oleksandr Burov
Burov, Oleksandr
Oleksandr Burov, Dr.Sc., Head of the Center for Talent Development at the National Technical University of Ukraine (“KPI”) in Kiev, Ukraine. He is expert in human factors, psychophysiology of mental activity, computer tools for prediction of human performance. He has extensive experience in development of models, techniques and applied tools for space, aviation, power industry, artificial and natural intelligence, as well as gifted education. He led Association of Creators and Users of Intelligent Systems and All-Ukrainian Ergonomics Association, 15 years was a Council Member of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA) and 6 years Council member of Federation of European Ergonomics Societies and European Task Force (EUTF). Recent 6 years Oleksandr BUROV was a Deputy Director of the Institute of Gifted Child, Kiev, Ukraine and applied his knowledge, skills and expertise from sky (space) to surface (education), from adults (including senior people) to gifted and talented children. He has published more than 260 works, books, chapters, and journal articles on diverse topics, among them more than 150 on psychophysiology of mental activity.

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Csermely Péter
Csermely, Péter
Peter Csermely is a professor of the Semmelweis University (Budapest, Hungary). His major fields of study are networks, adaptation and aging. In 1995 dr. Csermely launched a highly successful initiative, which provided research opportunities for more than 10,000 gifted high school students so far. In 2006 he established the Hungarian National Talent Support Council running a talent support network involving approx. 200,000 people. In 2012 he became the chair of the European Council of High Ability. He wrote and edited 13 books  and published 270 research papers with a cumulative impact over 670 and total citations over 9,000. Dr. Csermely is a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Academia Europaea and an Ashoka Fellow, was a Fogarty, a Howard Hughes and a Rockefeller Scholar, and received several other national and international honors and awards including the 2004 Descartes Award of the European Union.

Ericsson, Anders K.
K. Anders Ericsson, PhD, is Conradi Eminent Scholar and Professor of Psychology at Florida State University. He studies expert performance in domains, such as music, chess, medicine, and sports, and how expert performers attain their superior performance by acquiring complex cognitive mechanisms through extended deliberate practice. He has edited “Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance” (2006) and “The Development of Professional Expertise” (2009).In the book Outliers Malcolm Gladwell based his “10,000 hour rule” on Ericsson and colleagues’s research on musicians.
Christian Fischer
Fischer, Christian
Christian Fischer, PhD is full professor for Educational Sciences with a focus on School Research: Gifted Education and Individual Promotion at the University of Münster, Germany. He is academic director of the International Centre for the Study of Giftedness (ICBF) from the Universities of Münster, Osnabrück and Nijmegen (the Netherlands). He also is vice president of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA) and Program Director of the European Advanced Diploma in Educating the Gifted. He is member of the editorial board of the Austrian journal for gifted education and his publications focus on gifted education, individual promotion, learning difficulties and self-regulated learning.

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Joan Freeman
Freeman, Joan
Professor Joan Freeman, PhD, is a distinguished international expert on gifts and talents. She is a Chartered Psychologist with a private practice, and has been honoured with both a Fellowship and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Psychological Society. She is Founding President of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA) and Visiting Professor at Middlesex University, London. Joan has authored 17 books, 3 government reports and hundreds of academic and non-academic publications and international presentations (www.JoanFreeman.com).

Fuszek Csilla
Fuszek Csilla

Csilla Fuszek worked for over 15 years as a teacher in primary, secondary and higher education. Since 2000 she has been focused and become specialized in the field of gifted and talented education. As a civil servant she worked for 7 years as a managing director of nationwide talent development programs aimed to promote equal opportunities to the disadvantaged strata of society. From 2007 – 2011 she was the managing director of the Csányi Foundation She has been a lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University since 2008 and since 2009 she has been working for the Association of Hungarian Talent Support Organizations. Initially she was responsible for establishing international connections and for collecting best practices outside and inside Europe. More recently Csilla has become the director for the newly formed European Talent Centre – Budapest.

Leslie S Graves
Graves, Leslie S.

Leslie S Graves - Occasional Lecturer in Gifted on Post Grad courses in SEN at University College Dublin (UCD). International Templeton Fellow/ Belin Blank Centre for Excellence in Gifted Education- University of Iowa, USA. Her interests include, but are not limited to Twice Exceptional Children. Leslie worked for many years with the Irish National Organisation (IAGC) before it’s dissolution. She was a commissioned writer for the NCCA on the National Guidelines for Teachers of Exceptionally Able Students, and a SME on Gifted for the NCTE. She is an Equine Artist and a parent of highly able children. Executive Council Member for the WCGTC (The World Council for Gifted and Talented Children) she is currently serving as President of the organisation.

Hans-Ulrich Greiner
Greiner, Hans-Ulrich

Hans-Ulrich Greiner is the president of the German association for the gifted child (www.dghk.de). Part of his responsibility is the magazine “Labyrinth”, which is quarterly published and reports about different issues around the topic “being gifted”. As author he writes articles as well. He and his wife Cornelia are supporting families of gifted children since 17 years (www.kleverkids.de) and possess a great experience . In his profession as an architect he was responsible for real estate’s from private, commercial and governmental companies in German speaking countries for many years. In 2011 he lectured at the ZUST in Hangzhou, CN, teaching students and preparing for studying in Germany. He is an active networker and involved in many institutions.
Gyarmathy Éva
Gyarmathy Éva
Dr. Eva Gyarmathy is senior researcher at the RCNS HAS Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology. Her research interests focus on multiple exceptional gifted individuals such as talent associated with specific learning difficulties, ADHD, autism and/or social, cultural differences. She is university lecturer and consultant to private schools that serve children and adolescents who could not be integrated in main stream school. She is also a psychotherapist.

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Győri János
Győri János
Dr. habil. János Győri is an associate professor of Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Centre for Intercultural Psychology and Education (Budapest, Hungary). As an expert of gifted/talented education, in the last years with a group of researchers he collected data on effective school and out-of-school programs in gifted/talented education all over the world. Their data on more than 20 best practices in 12 countries were published in two volumes (International horizons of talent support: Best practices within and without the European Union, II, I-II.), edited by Dr. Győri. Both volumes are also available in English on internet (Volume I.Volume II.).

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Bettina Harder
Harder, Bettina
Bettina Harder, PhD, is research assistant and senior lecturer at the Chair of Educational Psychology at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. She is vice-director and research coordinator of the State-wide Counseling and Research Center for the Gifted. Her research projects focus on learning processes and the development of achievement excellence in different domains and age groups.
Lianne Hoogeveen
Hoogeveen, Lianne
Lianne Hoogeveen developmental psychologist, head of the Center for the Study of Giftedness (CBO) of the Radboud University board member of the ‘Internationales Centrum für Begabungsforschung' member of the Executive Committee of the Europan Council for High Ability
Mojca Juriševič
Juriševič, Mojca
Mojca Juriševič is an Associate Professor of educational psychology at the Faculty of Education University of Ljubljana. She is a Head of the faculty Centre for Research and Promotion of Giftedness and a member of the National Group of Experts in Gifted Education. She is the author of a chapter on gifted education from the White Paper on Education in Republic of Slovenia from 2011. She is an ECHA member and WCGTC national delegate. Contact: mojca.jurisevic@pef.uni-lj.si

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Korado Korlević
Korlević, Korado
After studying polytechnic education in Rijeka, he worked as teacher for 12 years, and started to develop some innovative extracurricularactivities for his students. That lead to the setting up the Visnjan Observatory, international summers schools: Visnjan School of Astronomy (1989), Summer School of Science (2000), Youth Summer Camp (2001), Visnjan Science and Education Center (2004). His scientific interests led him first to an expedition in Tunguska (Russia), where he explored the asteroid impact remnants. Started asteroids astrometry and survey at Visnjan Observatory, was one of initiators of the Croatian Meteor network. More:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korado_Korlević
Ole Kyed
Kyed, Ole
Ole Kyed, chief psychologist Lyngby-Taarbaek Municipality, Copenhagen, Denmark. More than 30 years of experience with gifted and talented children. Private practice as a child psychologist, author and co-author of books concerning talent development and differentiated education for gifted children.
Zoltan Néda
Néda, Zoltan
Zoltán Néda is a professor of theoretical physics at the Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj, Romania.  His research interest is statistical and computational physics applied to interdisciplinary problems in complex systems. He authored more than 100 research papers and 3 books. He is an external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and has been invited as visiting professor to many top-ranked universities in USA, Europe and Asia. http://www.phys.ubbcluj.ro/~zneda
Colm O'Reilly
O’Reilly, Colm
Colm O’Reilly is the Director of the Irish Centre for Talented Youth (CTYI) at Dublin City University. CTYI provides fast paced classes for academically talented students aged 6 – 16 years from all over Ireland and overseas. Currently the Centre caters for over 5000 students per annum and it is the only recognised teaching centre for gifted children in the Republic of Ireland. CTYI run over 120 academic courses annually for gifted students. Colm has worked in the area of gifted and talented education for the last 15 years and has published articles and presented papers at numerous conferences around the world. He has experience in teacher training for gifted students around Ireland and is responsible for the implementation of many classes and initiatives for gifted children and teachers in Ireland.

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Sylvia Opriessnig
Opriessnig, Sylvia
Sylvia Opriessnig is psychologist and scientist at the NÖ Landesakademie in Lower Austria. She wrote her doctoral theses at the University of Graz about the construction of an aptitude test for 3rd graders. Her main tasks are the diagnostics of gifted and talented and the evaluation of talent-promoting programs.

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Péter-Szarka Szilvia
Péter-Szarka Szilvia
Assistant professor, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Debrecen, Hungary
Psychologist, talent expert, European Talent Centre – Budapest
She completed her BA and MA studies in psychology and English language and also her PhD studies in educational psychology at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. Now she is an assistant professor at the Department of Educational Psychology, University of Debrecen, and has courses on developmental psychology, educational psychology and gifted education for students of psychology, pedagogy and she is also involved in teacher training. Her main fields of scientific interest and research are motivation, creative climate and non-cognitive factors in talent support. Besides teaching and research she is active in counselling and measurement activities at several schools, and she is a regular lecturer at in-service teacher training and other courses. Szilvia Péter-Szarka has been a regular consultant of the European Talent Centre, Budapest since its foundation in 2012, where her main area of consultancy is networking.

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Pléh Csaba
Pléh Csaba
Csaba Pléh (b. 1945), is a psychologist and linguistic,professor at Eszterházy College Eger. He is a member of Academia Europaae and the Hungar Academy of Sciences. His main reserach interest are theory and history of cognitiona and  psycholinguistic. As a historian of science and of psychology, he works ion the historical aspects of talent and iots recognition.

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Mariska Poelman
Poelman, Mariska
Mariska Poelman is working at the Centre for the Study of Giftedness (Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands) since 1995 as a psychologist, specialist in special education and teacher (University, ECHA-courses, etc.).Mariska coordinates a reliable group screening approach for identifying gifted students in secondary school. She advises teachers, mentors and school advisors in over 75 secondary schools in the Netherlands every year as part of the group screening service (applied to approximately 7500 students each year). She uses the group screening data to conduct PhD research on the topic of identification of the gifted and fitting education and counselling for gifted children. Mariska is a well-trained therapist. She has wide experience in giftedness assessments and counselling, coaching and therapy, mostly based on the cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). She provides therapy to children, adolescents and adults with social emotional problems.
Polgár Judit
Polgár, Judit
Judit Polgar, chess grandmaster, Olympic champion, has been ranked as world number one female chess player for over 25 years. She has been elected as the member of the Immortal Hungarian Sports Legends and she became the Ambassador of the Hungarian Talent in 2014. She established the Judit Polgar Chess Foundation to bring scholastic chess to educational institutions to facilitate development of individuals, to support talented children and to enable deploying their talent through chess. The Chess Palace educational programme has been integrated into the National Curriculum in Hungary. It provides a unique and complex chess curriculum focusing on the cross curricular links. The Foundation also aims to support children with specific learning difficulties (ADHD, Asperger syndrome) and suffering from social, cultural differences.
Arménio Rego
Rego, Arménio
Arménio Rego is Associate Professor at the Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal, and member of Business Research Unit (ISCTE-IUL, Portugal). He has published in journals such as Human Relations, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Management Inquiry, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Leadership Quarterly, and Organization Studies. He is also author or co-author of more than forty books about topics related to Organizational  Behavior and Human Resources Management. His research deals with positive organizational scholarship.

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Therese Reinel
Reinel, Therese
Therese Reinel is head of the department for talents and giftedness at the NÖ Landesakademie. The NÖ Landesakademie runs several projects for talented and gifted pupils. Her main task is the coordination of these projects.

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José Manuel Rojas D.
Rojas D., José Manuel
José Manuel Rojas D. is a Business Developer at Blue Ocean Robotics, a company providing robotic solutions, among others, for the educational sector with focus on innovative teaching experiences matching also the needs of children ready to go beyond the normal school’s curricula. With expertise in Strategic Entrepreneurship, José Rojas works creating in the private and public sector, the settings to nurture innovation for value creation.
Anna Maria Roncoroni
Roncoroni, Anna Maria
Anna Maria Roncoroni, Ph.D., Psychologist is the President of the Italian Association for Gifted and Talented students. In 2001 she started working on giftedness inside Mensa Italia and she founded the Italian Gifted Children Programme. In 2009 she founded the Laboratory for Gifted and talented students inside the University of Pavia that she left in 2010 for funding the Association that she is chair. Her major field of study are evaluation,networking, projecting and media comunication. During her career, she has given an important contribution for the development of Giftedness educational programmes in Italy. In 2013 she has received the Benefit to Society Award from the Mensa Education and Research Foundation for her work on gifted education.

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Niamh Stack
Stack, Niamh
Dr Niamh Stack is a Senior University Teacher in Developmental Psychology in the School of Psychology at the University of Glasgow and the Development Officer for the Scottish Network for Able Pupils also situated in the University of Glasgow (SNAP - http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/education/ablepupils/). As part of her work in SNAP she is involved in supporting professional knowledge exchange partnerships with Scottish Education Authorities through providing continuing professional development activities to teachers focused on gifted development. She is also actively engaged in research and publication activities related to the development and education of children with high abilities.

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Johanna Stahl
Stahl, Johanna
Johanna Stahl, PhD, is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Austrian Research and Support Center for the Gifted and Talented (ÖZBF) in Salzburg, Austria. A trained psychologist with a research background in cognitive neuroscience, her work at the ÖZBF involves evaluation studies of pilot programs in gifted education, the development of diagnostics for gifted education as well as teacher training in gifted education. Currently, her research is focused on developing strategies for holistic talent support through the multi-dimensional talent support tool (mBET), which enables teachers to develop personalized gifted education programs for individual students. She is a member of IRATDE and national delegate for the WCGTC.

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Heidrun Stoeger
Stoeger, Heidrun
Heidrun Stoeger, PhD is chair professor for Educational Sciences at the University of Regensburg, Germany. She holds the Chair for School Research, School Development, and Evaluation. She is Editor-in-Chief of the journal High Ability Studies and member of the editorial board of the German journal of Talent Development. She also is vice president of the International Research Association for Talent Development and Excellence (IRATDE). Her publications include articles and chapters on giftedness, self-regulated learning, motivation, fine motor skills and gender.

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Margaret Sutherland
Sutherland, Margaret
Margaret Sutherland is director of the Scottish Network for Able Pupils (SNAP) and is the programme leader of the Masters in Inclusive Education at the University of Glasgow. She has extensive experience in primary schools, behaviour support and in higher education. She has published a number of articles and books in the field of gifted education including Gifted and Talented in the Early Years (2012). She serves on the general committee for the European Council for High Ability and is on the editorial board of the Korean Educational Development Institute Journal of Educational Policy. She regularly gives keynote addresses at national and international conferences and has led courses, workshops and seminars on gifted education. She has worked with teachers, researchers and students in Tanzania, Malawi, Korea, Denmark, Slovenia and the USA on the theme of gifted education.

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Javier Tourón
Tourón, Javier
Javier Tourón is PhD in Education and PhD in Science. Full professor of Educational Research Methods at the School fo Education and Psychology of the University of Navarra (Spain). President of the European Council for High Ability in the period 2000-2004. Member of the National Advisory Board of the Center for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, USA) (2003-2011). He has published more than 145 works, books, chapters, and journal articles on diverse topics, among them about 80 on Talent Development. He has a strong presence in the social networks, his blog Talento y Educación has received more than 250.000 visits in its first two years.

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Vass Vilmos
Vass, Vilmos
Vilmos Vass is a Habil of associate professor of Education Science and the teacher of Hungarian language and literature, history and pedagogy. He has been teaching in the public and higher education for 30 years. He is a board member of several national and international associations. In 2003 and 2007 he was the head of the revision on the National Core Curriculum. Between 2004 and 2010 he was the member of the Key Competences Cluster of the European Union. His present working place is the Department of the Theory of Pedagogy, Institue of Education Science, Faculty of Education and Psychology at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. He is an author of nearly 120 of Hungarian and foreign language publications. His research areas are curriculum theory, interdisciplinary education, learning science and creativity.
Marca Wolfensberger
Wolfensberger, Marca
Marca Wolfensberger, PhD, leads the research group “Talent Development in Higher Education and Society” at Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen in the Netherlands. Wolfensberger earned her PhD on honours education from the University of Utrecht (UU). She also works as honors director and assistant-professor at the Faculty of Geosciences (UU), where she received her MSc cum laude. She co-founded the first full honors programs in the Netherlands. The Minister of Education has appointed her as a member of the jury selecting the best primary and secondary schools. She was a board member of the Sirius assessment committee, hosted by the Platform Beta Technology. This committee reviewed the proposals for excellence programs from over 30 higher education institutions on behalf of the Dutch government. Marca was named a Fellow of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) in 2013, and has been Chair of the NCHC Research Committee since November 2012. In 2008, the NCHC acknowledged her as site-visitor for honours programs. Her fields of interests are honors pedagogies, faculty development for gifted programs, honors communities and citizenship, excellent professionals and the relation with curriculum design, and the integrated world of excellence. Wolfensberger has published over 150 articles, chapters, books and papers on those themes. She regularly gives keynote addresses at national and international conferences and has led courses, workshops and seminars on talent development and giftedness in (higher) education. Wolfensberger has a dream: Every student should be able to get the education that suits him/her best – this includes the highly motivated and talented students.Marca is dedicated to assisting (young) people in defining their goals & purpose in life. She is passionate about creating educational settings that can support people in reaching out for their goals.

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Albert Ziegler
Ziegler, Albert
Albert Ziegler, PhD, is Chair Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. He is the Founding Director of the State-wide Counseling and Research Centre for the Gifted. He has published approx. 350 books, chapters and articles in the fields of talent development and educational psychology. Presently he serves as the Secretary-General of the International Research Association for Talent Development and Excellence (IRATDE).
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