Elina Eriksson is a researcher at Green Leap and the KTH Centre for Sustainable Communication (CESC). Her current research projects concerns ICT for Urban Sustainability and an exploration of energy futures.

Daniel Pargman is an assistant professor at the Department of Media Technology and Interaction Design (MID) at KTH. He is the team leader for the MID for Sustainability (MID4S) research team and a member of the management team at the KTH Centre for Sustainable Communications (CESC). On of his current research projects concern ICT, sustainability and food.

Oliver Bates is a Research Associate at Energy Lancaster and the School of Computing and Communications at Lancaster University. His research focuses on using data driven mixed methodologies for understanding and intervening in socio-technical areas (e.g. energy consumption and sustainability in the home, senior citizen engagement in e-government and digital technologies).

Maria Normark is a senior lecturer in Media Technology at Södertörn University. She is currently leading a research project about urban farming, “Sustainable Communities through Digital Design”. Her research is oriented towards norm-critical design.

Jan Gulliksen is a professor in Human-Computer Interaction at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. He is also Sweden’s Digital Champion and Chairman of the Swedish Government’s Digital Commission.

Mikael Anneroth holds an Expert position at Ericsson Research, focusing on the Human and Society perspective of ICT. He is member of the management team for the Ericsson Research Area Sustainability and the driver of several external research projects in the area of User Sustainability‚ Experience design and Society impact of ICT.

Johan Berndtsson is the co-founder of inUse, a UX & Service Design agency with offices in Sweden and the US. He is also the program-chair of the annual design conference From Business to Buttons. The 2016 conference theme was sustainability and it included speakers such as Al Gore and Patricia Moore.