PhD in Political Science at IUPERJ (IESP), MPhil In Social History a UFRJ. Sabrina was faculty at the Inter-American Defense College (IADC-OAS) in Defense Economics. She is licenced from the Brazilian Naval War College since Oct, 2020.
Ana Luiza Paiva
PhD and MPhil in Comparative History (UFRJ), Assistant Professor at the Brazilian Army Command and Staff College, former Lecturer at DGEI/IRID (UFRJ). Her main themes are Governance, Cooperation Architectures and Institutional Behavioural Analysis.
PhD and MPhil in Comparative History (UFRJ), Assistant Professor at the Brazilian War College, former Lecturer at DGEI/IRID (UFRJ). Her main themes are Security & Defence Governance building and Behaviour Analysis Simulations Modelling.
PhD in Political Science (UNICAMP), MPhil in International Relations (U. Coimbra), Assistant Professor at the International Relations Department / Santa Catarina Federal University. Her main themes are: Cybersecurity and Cyberdefence, Structures of Power and the Digital Era.
Ana Paula Rodriguez
PhD and MPhil in Comparative History (UFRJ), Post-doc in Administration at Instituto COPPEAD (UFRJ). Laboratory of Simulations and Scenarios researcher. Her main themes are: European Union security governance frameworks and Border Security Cooperation.
PhD and MPhil in Comparative History (UFRJ), Assistant Professor on Public Security at the Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Defence and Strategic Management Department (DGEI/IRID). Her main themes are: Maritime Security frameworks and Illicits maritime routes and networks.
Associate Researcher + Social Media & Content Manager
MSc in Political Science (INEST/UFF), former Lecturer at the Rio de Janeiro Federal University, Defence and Strategic Management Department (DGEI/IRID). Her main themes are: Illicits trafficking, Colombia Narco-networks, International Interagency security cooperation.
PhD and MPhil in Comparative History, Associate Professor and International Relations Coordinator (Deputy) at Universidade Veiga de Almeida. Former Fellow from the Fullbright Foundation in the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She is dedicated to United States politics and political agendas.
PhD Candidate in Strategic Studies at PPGEST/UFF, CAPES Fellow. MSc in Maritime Studies at PPGEM/EGN, a former Fellow of the FEMAR Foundation. Researcher at Igarapé Institute. Her main themes are Cooperation Architectures, Defense Industry, Data Science, and CyberSecurity.
PhD in Political Science at IUPERJ (IESP). Postdoctoral fellow at HU Berlin (2015); at UFF (2017) and currently at FU Berlin. She has experience in political science with an emphasis on public policy. Her main themes are globalisation, migration, socio-environmental conflicts, territorial development.
PhD in Sociology at IUPERJ (IESP). Postdoctorate at Bergische Universität Wuppertal (2016). Lygia was faculty at the Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (Fundação Getúlio Vargas). Her main research themes are: poverty, global issues, BRICS, Youth and gender relations at the job market.
Ph.D. and MPhil in International Strategic Studies (PPGEEI/UFRGS). Research Director at South American Institute for Politics and Strategy (ISAPE). Former Lecturer at FSG-RS. Her main research themes are international security, Russia's Defense and Nuclear Policy, strategic weapons, military innovation.
Ana Beatriz Duarte
Ana Beatriz Duarte is a Ph.D. candidate in Contemporary Studies at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, U. Coimbra, Portugal. She holds a BA in Journalism and a Masters degree in Social History. She has been a communications practitioner (in Brazil, Portugal and the UK), from government departments to think tanks.
Juliana Martins is Sociologist (UNESP- Brazil) and Historian (Universite de Paris I Sorbonne, France); she is PhD in History and Anthropology - U. Studi di Padova (Italy) and from the U. of Alicante in Economics of Cultural Heritage (Spain). Her topics include: smart cities, and Artificial Intelligence in Cultural Heritage.