Speakers: Silvia Uribe Mayoral, Vincent Planat, Davide Piscia
Silvia A. Uribe Mayoral, PhD received the Telecom Engineering degree (Hons.), the master's degree in Communications Technologies and Systems, the master's degree in Telecommunication Management, and the Ph.D. degree (cum laude) from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, in February 2008, September 2010, 2013, and 2016, respectively. She has been a member of the Visual Telecommunication Application Group (GATV) since 2006.
Dr Uribe is the author and the coauthor of several papers and scientific contributions in international conferences and journals. Her professional research interests include interactivity technologies, content personalization technologies, and big data. Related to this, she has been participating with technical responsibilities in some national (Buscamedia, Ciudad2020, LPS-BIGGER, Repara 2.0) and European projects (COVID-X, GenoMed4All, eASLA, LASIE, EasyTV, etc.). Since March 2021, she works as assistant Prof. at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Sistemas Informáticos at UPM. She is part of the Eelisa Data4Good Community, of the Networks and Communication Services Educational Innovation Group and, since Sept. 2022, she is also a member of the Human Machine Interaction and User Experience Technical Committee of the IEEE Consumer Technology Society (CTSoc).
Vincent Planat is a graduate of INSA Lyon with a DEA in stellar imaging. He has over 25 years' of experience in various strategic engineering, pre-sales, and business development positions.
After an initial career in telecommunications, signaling, and core network architecture, he joined the Dedalus group in the field of healthcare IT. As a technologist expert in the central Global Consulting & Solution team, he is responsible for solution architecture, consulting, and European research project engagement focused on new-generation digital health platforms, integrated & connected care, life sciences, and AI technologies.
Dr. Davide Piscia has a PhD in Thermal engineering and he leads the Data platforms and tools development team at CNAG where he coordinates the work of a team of 13 software developers and engineers.
He has been involved in several rare disease projects such as RD-Connect, Solve-RD, EJP-RD, and GenoMed4All.