Igor is an SU Executive Program alumni at Singularity University (Silicon Valley, US). Now he is a head of SingularityU Kyiv Chapter, organizer of GIC Ukraine 2017. The field of his researches is an intersection of behavioral science, economics, and narration, which is the basis of his concept of Gamified Transfer of Learning and Dynamic Motivation. With his activities, Igor brings the set of entrepreneurial and technological ideas into the innovation environment in Ukraine.
Scientist and popularizer of the science, PhD in Mechanics. Kateryna conducts numerous experiments, models unbelievable physical phenomena and explain about them in a simple and clear manner. For Kateryna, the science is an instrument for obtaining the new knowledge through which various old myths are rejected.
Director of the art-cultural museum complex Mystetskyi Arsenal, Board Member of the Ukrainian Institute, East Europe Foundation and analytical center CEDOS. From 2014 Olesia is involved in reforming of the state culture field as First Deputy Minister of Culture of Ukraine. She is a well-known publicist in the field of modern culture and culture policy.
Lecturer at the Kyiv School of Economics and Consultant of the World Bank. She is one of the top cited economists of Ukraine being a well-known expert in Labor Economics. Olga considers the gender equality issue as a backbone for economic growth and competitiveness of the country.
ATO veteran Serhii Molodid is a process engineer by his specialty. He managed to combine his hobby, life experience, and professional skills, and became the co-founder of military and tourist equipment brand. For over 10 years he has been engaged in cycling. Serhii was a part of Ukrainian national team at Invictus Games, Toronto 2017.
Professor of Kyiv School of Economics, an expert in the field of econometrics, urbanism, and behavioral economics. Volodymyr obtained a Ph.D. degree at the University of Kentucky. After that, he decided to come back to Ukraine to raise a new generation of Ukrainian economists. Volodymyr knows why Ukrainian universities do not get on with what the business demands and why the graduates are not ready for the real career.
Yuliia works at National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and studies the quantum systems using mathematics. She believes that the future of our country is the science, and that’s why she’s working on reforming it.