Zoltán Ginelli is a PhD candidate in human geography at Eötvös Loránd University, Doctoral School for Earth Sciences. In his research and teaching, he is interested in the geographies of scientific knowledge, actor-network circulations and translation strategies of local knowledge regimes, decolonial theory and transnational or global history.|Márton Fabók is a final year PhD student at the University of Liverpool working on nuclear power. He has wide-ranging interest in infrastructures, the politics of technology, and technological governance, especially in Hungary and the UK. He is the outgoing student representative in the EASST Council.|Ivana Damnjanović holds a PhD in political science from University of Belgrade, where she is currently teaching as assistant professor. So far, her work was focused primarily on use of new information technologies for political participation, technologies of political violence, reproductive technologies, as well as conceptualizations of technology within political thought, especially in works of Yugoslav and Serbian authors.