When: 26/05/2020 – 3pm (CET)
Where: In Zoom (following this link, or with the meeting ID and password)
Meeting ID: 996 2354 8081
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Dr. Federico Balaguer
Co-founded Digital Stream, a technology startup from Argentina focused on IoT technology and innovation applied to specific domains such as: agri-food, smart cities and wearable devices.
Dr. Maria del Mar Eva Alemany Diaz
Professor in Operations Management and Operations Research at the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) in Spain. She has participated and led different Spanish Government and European Projects. Her research is focused in Operations Management and Operational Research applied to different industrial and agricultural sectors.
Dr. Pascale Zarate
Professor at Toulouse 1 Capitole University and researchers at the IRIT laboratory, Artificial Intelligence department. Ph.D. on Decision Support from the LAMSADE laboratory at the Paris Dauphine University, Paris (1991).
Dr. Hervé PANETTO
Professor of Enterprise Information Systems at the University of Lorraine, TELECOM Nancy. He is member of the Academy of Europe (Academia Euroaea). He conducts research at the Research Centre for Automatic Control (CRAN), Joint Research Unit with CNRS. He received the IFAC France Award in 2013, the INCOSE 2015 Outstanding Service Award and the IFAC 2017 Outstanding Service Award. He is the Chairman of the IFAC French National Member Organization (NMO)
Dr. Mario Lezoche
Associate professor at University of Lorraine where he teaches computer science focused on Knowledge and data manipulation. His research fields are Knowledge formalisation and information retrieval for optimising models interoperability
Chilean customer oriented entrepreneur. Founder of the chilean startup Bbloock, is electrical engineer and MBA of the Universidad de Chile with +20 years experience developing business solutions in many industries such as consumer goods (Unilever), banking and energy.
Dr. Diego Torres
In October 2014 he got a PhD. in Computer Science from the Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentina) and PhD. from the Université de Nantes (France) with the thesis “Co-evolution between Social and Semantic Web”. Most of his work is applied to Wikipedia, DBpedia and Citizen Science
Researcher of the ICT department of ainia since 2007, and member of the “International Virtual Laboratory for Enterprise Interoperability”. She has wide experience carrying out R&D projects to integrate innovative IC Technological solutions in food companies.
Dr. Leandro Antonelli
PhD awarded in 2012. He belongs to Lifia Research Centre of UNLP in Argentina. He teaches in academia and works in software development in industry. His areas of expertise are requirements engineering and project management.
Dr. Shaofeng Liu
Professor of Operations Management and Decision Making, Associate Head of School for Research and Innovation at Plymouth Business School, University of Plymouth, UK. Author of book “Knowledge Management – An Interdisciplinary Approach for Business Decisions” published in 2020.
Dr. Alejandro Fernández
Director of the LIFIA Research Center (http://www.lifia.info.unlp.edu.ar), full-time professor at the National University of La Plata, and researcher for the Scientific Research Commission, in La Plata, Argentina.
Dr. Jorge Hernandez
Associate Professor in Operations & Supply Chain Management, expert in modelling and simulation, skills highly required by industry from a variety of sectors. Is a principal Investigator and Project Coordinator of H2020 RUC-APS and N8 SIMULAGRIT, which are oriented to model the key decision-making processes in international agri-food system considering effect of uncertainties in climate and regulations, which are expected to lead to high IMPACT in Agri-Food policy making.
Prof. Raul Poler
Professor in Operations Management and Operations Research at the Universitat Politècnica de València. He is Director of the Research Centre on Production Management and Engineering (CIGIP).
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science Engineering. Works on information systems in agriculture, software engineering and automatic agro weather station networks.