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28 Nov 2017
Nicholas Ferguson

Nicholas Ferguson

Nicholas Ferguson, Digital Communications Strategist and Project Manager, is the coordinator of the CloudWATCH2 and Cyberwatching.eu projects. He excels in building and promoting innovative tools and services in the cybersecurity and cloud computing landscapes. His work focuses on raising awareness of ICT tools and services adoption in the private, especially SMEs and public sectors and the adoption of standards.

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28 Nov 2017

Carole Goble

Carole co-run MyGrid, a sub-group of Information Management Group which focuses on data intensive e-Science. The group, established in 2001, ranges from theory to practice, translating state of the art techniques in semantic web, distributed computing, data management and social computing into software and resources widely used by scientists from many different communities. The team is made up of scientific informaticians, computer science researchers and software engineers.

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28 Nov 2017
Patrick Garda

Patrick Garda

Patrick Garda is Vice-Director of the ICT, mathematics, physics, and nanotechnologies department at the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research, that he joined in 2012.

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28 Nov 2017
Matthew Viljoen

Matthew Viljoen

Originally from a software development background, Matthew has been delivering computing and data services to scientific research communities since 2003. More recently Matthew was responsible for running the data archive for WLCG Tier 1 at STFC in the UK.

Since joining the EGI Foundation in 2015, Matthew is involved in the EGI-Engage and INDIGO-DataCloud projects.

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28 Nov 2017
Michael Schuh

Michael Schuh

In the scientific computing division at DESY IT, he develops new solutions in the fields of cloud and container computing. In +10 years experience as a data-scientist, he specialised in geographical data visualisation and interactive data analysis, providing consultancy services to real estate market companies facing the big-data challenge.

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28 Nov 2017
Rob van der Meer

Rob van der Meer

Rob is the ASTRON responsible for coordinating proposal, start up, and running of European H2020 projects. He holds a PhD in nuclear physics and has worked in astronomy and astroparticle physics as scientist and project manager. He took care of the start up of the EGI.eu office in Amsterdam and the EGI-InSPIRE project.

He is currently manager of the projects ASTERICS and AENEAS and leading the start up phase of the EOSC Pilot activities in the LOFAR Pilot and the EOSC Hub activities of ASTRON.

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28 Nov 2017
Massimo Cocco

Massimo Cocco

Massimo Cocco is a Director of Research at the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Earthquakes Department, Seismology and Tectonophysics Division, Rome.  His research interests are focused on the physics of earthquakes and faults. More specifically, his work deals with earthquake dynamics and fault interaction, seismicity patterns and fault frictional properties. He is interested in both theoretical studies and observational research.

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28 Nov 2017
Sune Rastad Bahn

Sune Rastad Bahn

Sune Rastad Bahn, ESS group leader for Data Systems and Technology at the Data Management & Software Centre (DMSC), is involved in the project in two ways: as part of a group defining the EOSC service portfolio, and as part of a science demonstrator using the same services for analysing photon and neutron data.

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22 Nov 2017

Cristina Duma

Doina Cristina Duma (Female) is the leader of the Distributed Systems group at the INFN National Center (CNAF), providing the core operational support for the INFN-wide Grid infrastructure and for the CNAF Cloud infrastructure. The task of her group is also to investigate how to evolve the existing infrastructures to pursue increased resource efficiency in view of the progress in the underlying technologies.

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