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Alessandra Bagnato

Alessandra Bagnato is a research scientist and the Head of Modelio Research Unit in Softeam Software (Docaposte Group). She holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from TELECOM SudParis and Université Evry Val d’Essonne, France and a MSc in Computer Science from the University of Genoa, Italy. At SOFTEAM, she leads the Softeam Software Modelio team research activities around innovative model-driven engineering methods in Modelio workbench in the area of Cyber-Physical Systems, Cloud and Big Data (like H2020 MORPHEMIC, ECSEL AIDOaRt, H2020 Databio, H2020 CPSwarm, H2020 QRapids, H2020 CROSSMINER), GDPR and Privacy (H2020 PoSeID-on, ANR UPCARE) and on measuring software engineering (ITEA 3 MEASURE).

Jos Hegge

Jos Hegge is a Research Project Manager at ESI (TNO). He has a Master’s degree in Electronics from Delft University of Technology in 1986 and worked in multiple organizations as Researcher and Research Manager before joining TNO in 2020. His focus in the past has been on system and software problems. Just before joining TNO he was product manager on a methodology and tool for formal software design. Currently at TNO he is responsible for several small Research projects on system development methodologies. In that context he also is involved in the transfer of POOSL to open source.

Marco Jahn

Marco Jahn is research project manager at the Eclipse Foundation. He obtained his diploma in computer science from Ulm University in 2006 and his PhD from RWTH Aachen in 2016. He worked as software developer at denkwerk GmbH before moving to Fraunhofer FIT. There, he has been working as researcher and project manager in various European research projects in the areas of IoT and Smart Cities. Furthermore, he led the IoT Platforms team and coordinated the IoT Large-Scale Pilot Project MONICA. He joined the Eclipse Foundation in 2019 where he participates in the foundation’s research activities, helping to turn innovations into successful open source projects.

Pierre-Yves Gibello

Pierre-Yves Gibello is involved in IT for 30 years, including 25 in open-source: R&D engineer at Bull (now Atos) then french Inria research center, OSS projects contributor, teacher at Polytech engineer school, expert for french public innovation agency OSEO, entrepreneur and board member at OW2 for 10 years, then initiator of a research/industry partnership between french UGA university and Linagora, he joined OW2 as a research engineer, before becoming its CEO in 2022.

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