lecturer, faculty of humanities and social sciences
University of Akureyri
Kjartan Ólafsson is a lecturer at the University of Akureyri in Iceland where he teaches research methods and quantitative data analysis. He is a member of the International Advisory Panel of the EU Kids Online project and was active in designing the methodologies used in that project. He has been involved in various cross-national comparative projects on children
Thorbjörn Broddason is professor of sociology at the University of Iceland. He has been instrumental in the establishment of Sociology, Media and Communication Studies and Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Iceland. Amongst his research is the long term project Children and Television in Iceland which originated in 1968 and continues to this day.
Guðberg K. Jónsson
Gudberg K. Jonsson is technical coordinator and program manager of The Icelandic awareness node, SAFT-Iceland. He completed his B.A. in psychology from the University of Iceland in 1994, and has since studied at the Doctorale, Psychologie de la Cognition et de l'Interaction, University of Paris and as a post-graduate at the Department of Psychology, University of Aberdeen.