Bruno Dillenseger is a computing scientist and engineer. He has been working in the field of distributed computing for years, integrating component-based architecture design, autonomic computing and then cloud computing to his fields of investigation. His contributions range from academic papers to code in open source projects. Since 2002, he is leading OW2's CLIF open source project, providing a highly adaptable Java framework for performance testing and monitoring. He is currently involved in the integration and performance testing of Orange's "Maison Connectée" home IoT service.
Dr. Giovanni Rimassa is Chief Innovation Officer at Martel, supporting business development, market positioning and commercialisation activities, as well as leading initiatives around Artificial Intelligence and Computing Continuum. Giovanni holds a Ph.D. in Information Engineering (Università di Parma, Italy), with a Thesis on Runtime Support for Distributed Multi-Agent Systems that kickstarted the open-source, most popular implementation of IEEE FIPA standard in 2001. Open Source Software accompanied him during his 20 year professional path between academia and industry, from the multi-agent middleware beginning, over to an Eclipse-based iBPMS platform, to the current Martel offering for IoT and Smart Cities.
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 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.