Project Alpha Senior Research Associate, Strategic Trade Controls and Capacity Building
K6.59, Strand Campus,
Dr. Andrea Viski joined the Project Alpha team in 2017 as Senior Research Associate, focusing mainly on strategic trade controls and capacity-building. She previously worked for the European Commission's Joint Research Centre, contributing to the Nuclear Security Unit’s work on strategic trade controls as well as the EU CBRN Centers of Excellence (CoE) initiative. She previously worked in the Dual-Use and Arms Trade Control, as well as the Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, Programs at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). She is the current editor-in-chief of the Strategic Trade Review, a peer reviewed journal dedicated to arms and dual-use trade control, and has published numerous articles and book chapters specifically in the area of strategic trade controls and international law.
Ms. Viski received her PhD from the European University Institute, her M.A in Georgetown University’s Institute for Law, Science and Global Security, and her B.A in International Politics from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.
Researcher at Department of Physics and Astronomy, Tillämpad kärnfysik
Vice-Chair of the Training and Knowledge Management Working Group of ESARDA
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Tillämpad kärnfysik
Sophie Grape received her MSc and PhD in nuclear physics from Uppsala University. Currently she is a researcher in nuclear safeguards at the Division of Applied nuclear physics at Uppsala University. Her research concerns mainly the development and assessment of different non-destructive assay techniques for the back-end fuel cycle and nuclear safeguards for future nuclear energy systems. She is also since many years involved in the mentoring of PhD and undergraduate students, teaching at the undergraduate level at the university and as well in various popular science outreach activities to the public.