Reinhard Eher is head of the Federal Evaluation Center for Violent and Sexual Offenders in the Austrian prison system, Vienna, Austria. Reinhard Eher is founder and president elect of the IATSO.
Martin Rettenberger is the Director of the Centre for Criminology (Kriminologische Zentralstelle – KrimZ) in Wiesbaden, Germany, and Professor at the Department of Psychology at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU), Germany. Since 2016, he is the Secretary General of IATSO and editor-in-chief of the IATSO open access journal “Sexual Offending: Theories, Research, and Prevention” (SOTRAP). As the conference president, he is responsible for the first hybrid conference in the IATSO history.
Sonja Etzler works as Research Associate at Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany and at the Centre for Criminology in Wiesbaden, Germany. At the moment she lives in Freiburg, Germany, to complete a training in psychotherapy at the University Hospital Freiburg. At the IATSO Conference she is the chair of the local Organizational Committee.
Sabrina Eberhaut works as a psychologist for the Federal Evaluation Center for Violent and Sexual Offenders (FECVSO) of the Austrian Ministry of Justice in Vienna. She is part of IATSO’s Conference Organizational Committee.
Whitney works as a research associate at the Centre of Criminology in Wiesbaden (KrimZ). Her research interests lay in risk assessment, psychopathy and deradicalization. Whitney is part of the Organizational Committee and responsible for staff and on-site-demands such as registration and recommendations for your time in Frankfurt.
Katharina Nitsche works as Research Associate at the Centre for Criminology, Wiesbaden, Germany and as counceling psychologist in the prison Frankfurt, Germany. At the IATSO Conference, she is part of the local organizational committee.
Arieja Farugie is Research Associate at the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany. At the IATSO Conference, he is part of the Organizational Committee, being involved in technical and organizational tasks.
Maeve Moosburner works as a Research Associate at the Centre for Criminology (KrimZ) in Wiesbaden, Germany. She is involved in projects on social therapy units in penal institutions and is responsible for maintaining the Online Database for Victims of Violent Crime (ODABS). Maeve is part of the Organizational Committee and responsible for the Early Career Researcher Event.