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Jeroen van den Hoven

​Jeroen van den Hoven is Professor of Moral Philosophy at Delft University of Technology and Scientific Director of the 3TU.van de Hoven.jpg
Centre for Ethics and Technology. He is also Vice Dean of the Faculty of Technology of Policy and Management. Van den Hoven is an internationally renowened expert in the ethics and philosophy of information technology and Value Sensitive Design. He has received numerous prizes for his work in these areas including the 2009 World Technology Award in the category Ethics and the IFIP Namur Award for Society and Information Technology. Van den Hoven is Editor in Chief of Ethics and Information Technology (Springer). He is member of the editorial board of Information, Computers and Society (Routledge) and the Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society. Van den Hoven has received several grants from NWO on ethics and information technology and related subjects. Van den Hoven is a member of the IST Advisory Group to EU Commissioner Reding for ICT and New Media. He has also been an advisor to the Dutch Government in various roles and has worked together with IT industry (e.g. SUN, IBM and Getronics).