Behavioural Profiler and Trainer in Behaviour Analysis; Director, Institute of Nonverbal Communication; Consultant, UNOCT International Hub on Behavioural Insights to Counter Terrorism
Diana Nowek-Lubandy is a behavioural profiler and a researcher investigating behaviour recognition and credibility through technology and AI. Since 2016 she has been a Director of the Institute of Nonverbal Communication and Academy of Behavioural Profiling for law enforcement. She conducts biosensors research and provides forensic expertise on witnesses’ credibility for courts and law firms.
As a strategic advisor and trainer on behavioural analysis, she has worked for both the European Coast Guard Agency and the International Organization of Migration. She has trained police officers and border guards from all European countries and other regions. In cooperation with the European Agency, Diana developed and conducted specialised train-the-trainer programmes on predictive profiling. She is also a co-author of courses on the detection of dangerous behaviours and victims at airports and border crossing points and author of the ‘Manual for Border-related Behaviour Recognition’.
She is currently working for the UNOCT International Hub on Behavioural Insights to Counter Terrorism as Behavioural Insights Advisor and is an expert trainer for the Behavioural Insights Academy in Doha.
Diana Nowek holds a Master’s degree in international relations (Warsaw University), political science (Freie Universitaet Berlin), and psychology (Warsaw University of Social Sciences and Humanities), and is a PhD candidate at Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Born in Poland, currently lives in Austria, Styria with her family.