Dr. Lora Koycheva is an applied anthropologist, whose practice and research blend a variety of approaches, theories, methods, and insights from a range of disciplines: anthropology, philosophy, innovation, engineering, finance, and robotics – in search of tracing and enacting the next iterations of embodied more-than-human ontologies. Lora holds a BA degree in cultural studies (Columbia College Chicago, IL) and a master´s and doctoral degree in anthropology (Northwestern University, IL). She was previously the Andrew Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at UCL Lo and a senior research fellow at TUM. She has been a visiting researcher at the Rachel Carson Center at LMU while setting up the multi-sited project Green Like a Robot. She is also a convenor of the EASA Applied Anthropology Network.