Speakers & Panellists

28 Nov 2017
Gareth O'Neill

Gareth O'Neill

Gareth O'Neill is a PhD candidate in linguistics at Leiden University and works on the expression of emotions and cognitions in the Irish language. He is president of Eurodoc and represents the interests of 32 national associations of early-career researchers across Europe. He is particularly interested in science policy for early-career researchers and in improving the transition of early-career researchers to the non-academic labour market as well as the broad implementation of Open Science.

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28 Nov 2017
Fabio Pasian

Fabio Pasian

Full astronomer (Astronomo Ordinario) at INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste since 2001.
Head of the European HST archive at ST-ECF/ESO (1989-92), PI of the archives at the TNG (1994-98), Co-I of the LBC instrument (1998-2006), Data Processing Centre Manager for Planck-LFI (1998-2005), PI of the DRACO project (2003-05). Since 2004, he has been the Italian coordinator of Virtual Observatory activities also in VO-related projects (VO-Tech, EuroVO-DCA, EuroVO-ICE and CoSADIE), funded within the EU Sixth and Seventh Framework Programmes.

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28 Nov 2017
Nanda Piersma

Nanda Piersma

Nanda Piersma is researcher data science and lecturer applied mathematics at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. She is the head of the Urban Analytics research group of the Faculty of Technology of the Amsterdam University of Applied Science, initiator of the minor Big Data in Urban Technology and the thesis lab Data Science of the Faculty of Technology.

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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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28 Nov 2017
Robin Rice

Robin Rice

Data Librarian and Head, Research Data Support at University of Edinburgh Information Services Group

Robin leads Research Data Support section in EDINA and Data Library, Information Services, University of Edinburgh and 'service owner' of cross-sectional Research Data Service, contributing to Edinburgh DataShare, MANTRA, Research Data Management and Sharing MOOC, Data Library & Consultancy, as well as general RDM support.

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28 Nov 2017
Andreas Rietbrock

Andreas Rietbrock

Andreas Rietbrock graduated from the Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, Germany, with a Doctorate in Geophysics in 1996, working in the field of earthquake seismology. Subsequently he spent two years at Free University of Berlin, Germany, where his long-standing research interest in subduction zone earthquakes began.  He then moved to the University of Kyoto, Japan, as a JSPS fellow working with the research group at the Disaster Prevention Centre on Seismic Hazard issues. In 1999 he took up the position as Assistant Professor at the University of Potsdam working on the Chilean subduction zone and seismic hazard.

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29 Nov 2017
Dale Robertson

Dale Robertson

Dale Robertson has recently joined Jisc to work on the EOSCpilot project’s Policy and Governance Work Packages.  Dale is a specialist in European Public Affairs in the areas of Digital and Research Policies, and also an experienced Project Manager in the context of EC-funded research projects.  She spent five years as Head of EU Liaison at GÉANT, developing and leading an EU policy advice and engagement function, and prior to that was Marketing Communications Manager, leading the Communications activity of successive EC-funded GÉANT projects.  Dale has also worked in the European Commission

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28 Nov 2017
Antonio Rosato

Antonio Rosato

Antonio Rosato, born in 1971, graduated in Chemistry in 1995 (110/110 cum laude), and received his PhD in Chemistry in 1998 at the University of Florence. Ricercatore at the University of Florence from 1999 to 2002, Associate Professor at the University of Florence, Faculty of Sciences, since 2002. He has received the "Premio Nazionale Federchimica" in 1996, the Prize "Sapio NMR Junior" in 2001 and the Prizes "Gastone De Santis" and "Raffaello Nasini", both from the Italian Chemical Society, in 2005 and 2009 respectively. Metalloproteins are the main focus of his research activities.

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29 Nov 2017
Jorge Sanchez

Jorge Sanchez

Jorge-A. Sanchez-P. holds Dipl.-Ing. & Dr.-Ing. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering (NTUA) and a Master's Certification in Professional Program & Project Management.

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28 Nov 2017
Carlos Óscar Sánchez Sorzano

Carlos Óscar Sánchez Sorzano

Carlos Óscar Sánchez Sorzano is B.Sc. and M. Sc. Electrical Engineering with two specialities (Electronics and Networking, Univ. Málaga), B. Sc. Computer Science (Univ. Málaga), B.Sc. and M. Sc. in Mathematics, (speciality in Statistics, UNED), Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering (Univ. Politécnica de Madrid) and Ph. D. in Pharmacy (Univ. San Pablo-CEU). He served as secretary of the Dept.

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