Carina Antonia Hallin


Carina Antonia Hallin is the founder and head of Collective Intelligence Unit at the Department of International, Economics, Government and Business, Copenhagen Business School. Her main research since 2005 has focused on collective intelligence, crowd predictions, and strategic decision-making. A pioneer in the field, her published work concerns the development of new methods to gather insights for decision-making and policy-making using Big Data and/or the collective intelligence of groups within organizations and society.

Lizaveta Dubinka-Hushcha 


Lizaveta has an established profile within the field of comparative politics with a demonstrated interest in collective intelligence and public policy. She was affiliated with think-tank DIIS and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2009/2012. Prior to receiving her PhD in 2015, Lizaveta studied economics in l’Ecoles des Hautes Etudes Commerciales in Lausanne and international business in Asia at CBS. She speaks 6 foreign languages and has authored around 40 publications in English, Danish and Russian.

Brian Christopher Poll


 Brian is a graduate student in Digital Innovation and Management at the IT University of Copenhagen and an alumnus of Copenhagen Business School in Business Administration and Service Management. With training and experience in the service industry, and an affinity for consumer behavior and business data analytics, he is intrigued by the aggregated intelligence of crowds.

Naima Lipka


Naima is a graduate student in Global Development at the University of Copenhagen and a Maastricht University alumni, holding a B.Sc. in Business and Economics with a specialization in Emerging Markets. Her interdisciplinary knowledge is aligned with her enthusiasm for the synergies of data-driven decision-making and the wisdom of crowds.

Luna Nikita Rasmussen


Luna is a M.Sc in Global Development candidate at the University of Copenhagen and holds a B.A in Business Administration and Philosophy at Copenhagen Business School. With a philosophical mindset and a consultancy background, Luna has acquired an interest in the possibilities of Collective Intelligence in both a public and private setting.

 Angela Moreno Recio


Angela is a M.Sc in Management of Innovation and Business Development at Copenhagen Business School and holds a B.Sc. in Business Administration and Service Management with a specialization in Innovation from the same institution. Angela has passion for understanding how entities can work looking at the future and she is intrigued by how public and private organizations can use Collective Intelligence to improve efficiency and decision-making.

Felipe Galera Martinez


Pipe is a graduate student in Economics at the University of Copenhagen and holds a BA from Pompeu Fabra University. Previously, he has worked as Research Assistant for the Institute of Policy and Public Goods in Spain and for the Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality in Denmark. Focusing on quantitative aspects, Pipe studies crowd behavior and brings insights from data analysis.

Mariana Silva Medeiros


Mariana is a M.Sc student of International Public Administration and Politics at Roskilde University and holds a B.A in International Relations from São Paulo State University. Previously, she worked as an intern and consultant for the United Nations programmes as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brazil. While studying Public Administration, she developed a keen interest in the use of Collective Intelligence and crowd-sourcing in the public sector.

Jakob Hjort Pii


Jakob has a M.Sc Double Degree in International Business Management from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, The UK, and Business Administration from Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen, the Netherlands. He has a particular interest and expertise in the intersection between Innovation, technological platforms, virtual reality, and Behavioral Economics. While being employed at CIU, he developed a strong interest in the potential synergies between Collective Intelligence, technological platforms, and people’s decision-making.