Eline van den Broek-Altenburg
I am an Assistant Professor with the Health Services Research Center at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. I received my Ph.D. in Health Services Research (focus on Economics and Biostatistics) from the University of Colorado (USA) and I hold a MS degree in Public Health from Emory University (USA) and a MA degree in Political Science from Leiden University. My research focuses on consumer behavior and choice in healthcare. I use various research methods to analyze patient decision-making, ranging from more traditional econometric models to machine learning. My work with the BEHAVE project focuses on the role of morality in end-of-life decision making among palliative care patients.
I am a postdoc fellow in the BEHAVE research program. I defended my Ph.D. in Computer Sciences of University of Lyon. During my thesis at both École des Mines de Saint-Étienne and University of Normandy, I did my research on ethical judgment in multiagent systems. My work in the BEHAVE project is mainly focused on aggregate level moral phenomena to study emergence, persistence and dissolution of moral equilibria.
I am a PhD researcher in the BEHAVE program. My background is in Economics, before coming to TU Delft I studied at VU University in Amsterdam. My research will involve empirical investigation of the effects of different incentives (moral/monetary) in congestion elimination, development of new discrete choice modelling techniques, and welfare analysis.
Tom van den Berg
I am a Ph.D. researcher in the BEHAVE research program. My background is in Criminology and Philosophy which I studied at the VU Amsterdam. Before joining the BEHAVE team I worked as a researcher at Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement. My main interests lie in the field of social and moral psychology and ethics. In my research I will focus on a conceptual analysis of choice behaviour within a moral context, the role of moral judgment and an empirical validation of developed theories.
Andreia Martins Martinho
I am a Ph.D researcher in the BEHAVE research program at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management (TPM) of Delft University of Technology. The focus of my research is artificial intelligence and ethics. Before joining TPM I went to Graduate School at New York University were I did research work on the ethics of novel cell technologies.
I am a PhD researcher in the BEHAVE program at TU Delft. Before joining the program, I studied at King’s College London, specialising in Non-equilibrium System. My research mainly focuses on agent-based simulations of moral equilibria.