The DRN currently has about 130 members from a variety of professional and institutional backgrounds. Participants who agreed to have their name, institutional affiliation and discipline published are listed below. Preordered by dicipline A-Z.

NameInstitutionDiscipline / field
Bruno Oliveira MartinsPeace Research Institute Oslo
Aditi Gupta
All-Party Parliamentary Group on Drones (UK)Advocacy and research
Regina PeldszusAerospace, Design Research
Kathrin Maurer
University of Southern Denmarkaesthetics and cultural studies
Dr Ross MahoneyRoyal Air Force MuseumAir Power History
Chris Woods
Queen Mary College, University of LondonArmed strategic drones; 'risk free war'; air wars; civilian casualties
George Woodhams
Lila Lee-Morrison
Lund UniversityArt History and Visual Studies
Andrea PopelkaHumboldt UniversityArt Theory / Cultural Studies
Olaf Arndt
BBM (Beobachter der Bediener von Maschinen, i.e. Observers of Operators of Machines)artist, researcher
William Liu
Auckland University of TechnologyCommunications and networking
Cristina M. Pinotti
University of Perugia, ItalyComputer Science
Marvin Raiser
Fraunhofer IAO / Technical University of MunichComputer Science in Aerospace
Svea Bräunert
Central Institute for Art History in MunichCultural and Media Studies
Nina FranzHumboldt University, BerlinCultural Theory
Arkadij Koscheew
Humboldt-UniversityCultural Theory/Art History
Sara MatthewsWilfrid Laurier UniversityCulture and Conflict
Emily Knowles
Remote ControlDefence and Security
Arthur Holland MichelBard CollegeDrone Studies
Ciara Bracken-RocheQueen's UniversityDrones/ Surveillance/ Sociology/ IR
Tobias Burgers
Otto-Suhr-Institute, Free University BerlinFuture Conflict, cyber and robotics in UN peace operations, East-Asian security relations
Geoffrey BoyceUniversity of ArizonaGeography
Sarah Kreps
Cornell UniversityGovernment, Law
Dan QaurooniIndiana UniversityHCI
Sebastian MeierUniversity for Applied Sciences PotsdamHCI
Priya Satia
Stanford UniversityHistory
Anna Jackman
University of ExeterHuman Geography
ConoOSCE; Istituto Affari InternazionaliHuman rights and IHL
Jessica Dorsey
PAXInternational Humanitarian Law/International Human Rights Law
Sean Richmond
Carleton UniversityInternational Law
Dr Imdad Ullah
Center for International Peace and Stability, Nust, IslamabadInternational Law and International Security
Birgit SchippersSt Mary's University College BelfastInternational Political Theory
Prof Sir Mike Aaronson
University of SurreyInternational Politics/International Intervention
Ingvild Bode
University of KentInternational Relations
Anthony Dworkin
European Council on Foreign RelationsInternational relations
Ulrike Esther FrankeEuropean Council on Foreign RelationsInternational Relations
Kyle Grayson
Newcastle University, UKInternational Relations
Harrison Akins
University of TennesseeInternational relations
Sassan Gholiagha
WZB BerlinInternational Relations
Satyam MalaviyaNational Law University, New DelhiInternational Relations
Nicola PeruginiUniversity of EdinburghInternational Relations
Neil RenicUniversity of QueenslandInternational Relations
Emil Archambault
University of DurhamInternational Relations
Akin Unver
Kadir Has UniversityInternational Relations
Erik Lin-Greenberg
Columbia UniversityInternational Relations
Neil Renic
University of QueenslandInternational Relations
Jacob ShivelyUniversity of West FloridaInternational Relations
Dr Wali Aslam
University of BathInternational Relations
Jonathan Askonas
University of OxfordInternational Relations
Lindsay MurchUniversity of BirminghamInternational Relations
Andrew KenningUniversity of Portsmouth International Relations & Media Studies
Martin Senn
University of InnsbruckInternational Relations, Security Studies
George MayUniversity of BirminghamInternational Security
Brian Glyn Williams
Univeristy of Massachusetts-DartmouthIslamic History
Andrew Garwood-Gowers
Queensland University of TechnologyLaw
Thomas Schmidt-LAWS & AI
Caitlin Howarthe
Signal Program @ Harvard Humanitarian InitiativeMass atrocity warning and civilian protection
Gaurav KhannaD.I.T. UniversityMechanical Engineering
Michael Richardson
University of New South WalesMedia and Cultural Studies
Moritz QueisnerHumboldt University, BerlinMedia Studies
Kathrin FriedrichHumboldt University, BerlinMedia Studies
Christoph EngemannMECS/Leuphana UniversityMedia Studies
Julia Hildebrand
Drexel UniversityMedia Studies, Mobilities Research
Christohper MilesIndiana UniversityMedia studies, science and technology studies
Synne Tollerud Bull
Oslo Metropolitan UniversityMedia, Art, and Technology
Andreas Graae
Royal Danish Defence CollegeMilitary Studies / Cultural Studies
Stephanie Sodero
Lancaster University/University of British ColumbiaMobilities
Chris Fuller
University of SouthamptonModern History
Kelley Sayler
Center for a New American SecurityNational Security
Foeke Postma
PAX, European Forum on Armed DronesNGO
Sebastian Brixey-Williams
BASICNuclear nonproliferation, arms control, disarmament, emerging technologies
Chris Cole
Drone Wars UKPeace and security impact of armed drones
Paul SchulmeisterHumboldt-Universität; Exzellenzcluster Bild Wissen GestaltungPhilosophy
Dennis PauschingerUniversité de NeuchâtelPolitical Geography / Criminology
Marcela Suarez EstradaFreie Universität BerlinPolitical Science
Dan GettingerBard CollegePolitical Science
Elsa Kania
Harvard UniversityPolitical science
Peter LeeUniversity of PortsmouthPolitics and Ethics of Drone Operations
Abigail Watson
Remote Control ProjectPolitics/ War studies
Emma O'Dwyer
Kingston University, LondonPsychology
AlperUnited Nations UniversityScience and Technology Policy
Jutta Weber
University of Paderborn, GermanyScience and technology studies; media studies
Andrea Gilli
Center for Security Studies/Metropolitan University PragueSecurity Studies
Myra MacDonaldIndependent journalist and authorSouth Asian security
Philip Olson
Virginia TechSTS, Philosophy
David Barnard-Wills
Trilateral ResearchTechnology policy, surveillance and privacy, IR
ManuelaTechnology vs. Terminology of Drones
Wim Zwijnenburg
PAX/ European Forum on Armed DronesUse and proliferation of Armed Drones
Sarah TuckValand Academy/HasselbladVisual arts-Photography
Mitch Goodwin
University of MelbourneVisual Culture / Media Arts / Critical Network Theory
Jack McDonald
KCLWar Studies
Olivier Schmitt
Center for War Studies, SDUWar Studies
James Rogers
University of Southern DenmarkWar Studies
Andreas Graae
Royal Danish Defence College War Studies / Cultural Studies
MarcusKCLWar Studies / Philosophy
Nicholas Waters
BellingcatWeaponised drone research