Marko Delimar is an electrical engineer, educator and researcher. He holds BSc, MSc and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering and a Diploma in Management.
He is a professor at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, where he has been with the Department of Energy and Power Systems since 1997. He is also a head-of-studies at the University of Zagreb Study Programme of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources in Šibenik. His interests include electric power and energy systems, simulations and modelling, intelligent systems, and engineering education. His current research focuses on analysis and design of smart grid architectures and large-scale integration of renewable energy sources.
An IEEE volunteer since 1994, he previously served as IEEE Secretary and IEEE Region 8 Director and is known as a co-creator of IEEEXtreme. In 2019, he also serves as Director (Member of the Board) of the IEEE Foundation and member of the IEEE Election Oversight Committee.
Jef Beerten (SM” 07, M”13) received the M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium, in 2008 and 2013, respectively. Currently, he is an assistant professor with KU Leuven and EnergyVille. His research interests include future power system dynamics, modeling, and control.
In 2011, he was a visiting researcher at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden, for three months. From April 2014 until March 2015, he was a visiting postdoctoral researcher at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway.
Dr. Beerten was the first winner of the ABB Research Award in Honor of Hubertus von Gruenberg in 2016 and received the KBVE/SRBE Robert Sinave Award and the Prix Paul Caseau from the Institut de France - EDF Foundation for his Ph.D. thesis on modeling and control of DC grids. Dr. Beerten is an active member of both the IEEE and CIGRE. He currently is the chair of the IEEE EPPI working group on energy.
Bhaskar Choubey hold the chair of Analogue Circuits at the University of Siegen in Germany. Till 2018, he was an Associate Professor of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford and a fellow of Somerville College. He obtained his doctorate from Oxford as a Rhodes scholar. For his research on design of image sensors and MEMS devices, he was awarded the 2011 Early Career Achievement Gold award by the IEEE Sensors Council. Before joining Oxford, he was Lecturer of Electronics Design at the University of Glasgow. In 2009, he was awarded a visiting fellowship to the University of Sydney to conduct research on novel frequency synthesis systems.
In 2005, he was awarded Sctacherd scholarship to conduct research on the visual system in the Max Planck Institute of Brain Research, Frankfurt. He has also been awarded the Raymond Davis Scholarship (Society for Imaging Science and Technology, Springfield, 2006), DH Thomas Award (Institute of Electrical Engineers, 2005) and the Myril B Reed best paper award in IEEE's Midwest Symposium of Circuits and Systems, 2005.
Flavia Dinca received both her B.Sc. and M.Sc. from the University of Southampton, UK. While during her bachelor degree she focused on the social impact of new technologies and policy, she changed interests during her master that she recently finished, and studied instead Internet technologies and web-based applications, concentrating on development and implications of web-based services, in addition to security. She joined IEEE during her bachelor, and has been an active volunteer in various teams ever since, working mainly with Young Professionals.
Since 1994 Jean-Philippe Faure has been co-founder and CEO of Progilon, an international executive consulting company in the fields of Technology and Standards. Jean-Philippe holds a leadership position in IEEE serving as Chairman of the IEEE-SA Standards Board overseeing 500+ projects involving 20,000+ active members. He also serves as member of the IEEE-SA Board of Governors.
Jean-Philippe is a world-class expert in Power Line Communications (PLC). He was a pioneer of PLC activities in IEEE and IEC-CISPR. As the founding chair of the IEEE 1901 working group with 90 companies and 350 individuals participating he led the development of the first broadband power line communication MAC PHY protocol standard IEEE Std 1901-2010. As the founding Chair of the IEC-CISPR/I PLT project team on Electromagnetic Compatibility involving more than 30 international experts he led the development of a draft EMC standard that was then approved in 2013 as harmonized standard CENELEC EN 50561-1.
Since 2010 Jean-Philippe has been the founding Chair of the IEEE ComSoc PLC Standards Committee that develops and maintains PLC standards (in-home, access, vehicle to grid) and PLC-related standards (power grid applications, heterogeneous networks using wireless and wired technologies). Jean-Philippe has also expanded its consulting services to the Smart Grid communications, Smart Metering, and Energy Management Systems fields.
Jean-Philippe has been a member of several committees in CENELEC, ETSI and AFNOR. He has also been consultant for the European Commission and has been in charge of relationships with regulatory authorities in Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Jean-Philippe Faure received his master’s degree in engineering from Ecole Centrale Marseille in France in 1987.
Professor James is a biomedical engineer and neuroscientist, he works specifically in Neural Engineering where to date his work has concentrated on the development of advanced processing techniques applied to the analysis of the electromagnetic activity of the human brain, primarily in Brain-Computer Interfacing. He is also interested in monitoring behaviour through activity monitoring and has developed wrist-worn activity monitoring programmes using an off-the-shelf Smart Watch and has applied this work in the areas of mental health, active and healthy ageing and now in assistive and rehabilitative technologies. Prof James has published over 160 papers in varied biomedical engineering journals and refereed conferences. In 2013 Prof James was awarded the prestigious Sir Monty Finniston Achievement Medal by the IET, and in 2012 the IEEE MGA Award for his work with biomedical engineering students. He is founding editor-in-chief of the IET Healthcare Technology Letters Journal.
David Law is a Distinguished Technologist in the HPE Aruba CTO. David serves as the Chair of the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Working Group, the culmination of over 25 years contribution and leadership with the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Working Group.
David’s R&D career with HPE Aruba, including its 3Com acquisition, ranged from development of Ethernet adapter cards, the first stackable Ethernet repeaters, stackable Ethernet switches, as well as being the technical lead on ASIC development teams for stackable repeaters and switching chipsets. Throughout this time David has been a member of the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Working Group, where he has held a number of leadership positions, including Chair of IEEE 802.3 since 2008 and Vice-Chair between 1996 and 2008 as well as IEEE-Standards Association (IEEE-SA) governance positions such as chair of the IEEE-SA Review Committee (RevCom) from 2008 to 2012 and member of the IEEE-SA Standards Board from 2005 to 2014.
David has received the IEEE-SA Standards Medallion, the IEEE-SA Standards Board Distinguished Service Award, the IEEE-SA International Award, the 2016 IEEE Computer Society Karlsson Award, and the 2017 IEEE Charles Proteus Steinmetz Award. David is a co-inventor on 21 issued and 4 pending patents related to Ethernet, Ethernet Switching and Deep packet Inspection.
David earned his BEng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland.
Antonio Luque (M’03, SM’08) was born in 1976. He received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Seville, Seville, Spain, in 2000 and 2005, respectively. He currently holds the position of Associate Professor in the Department of Electronics Engineering, University of Seville. He has authored 20 journal papers, 40 conference papers, 3 book chapters, and a text book, in addition to supervising two PhD students. He has been invited researcher and teacher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (Switzerland), Auburn University (AL,USA), Delft University of Technology (Netherlands), Jade University (Germany), Harbin Institute of Technology (China) and Tech Institute of Monterrey (Mexico). He was a recipient of the Burgen Scholarship from the Academia Europaea in 2007.
Bruno Meyer is an IEEE Fellow (2008) and is currently a member of the Board of directors of IEEE, representing Division VII (Power & Engineering society).
Meyer has been with the RTE group since 2009, where he has held various positions, including Business Development Manager and CEO of ARTERIA (2011-2016), the telecommunications subsidiary of RTE. From 1985 until 2008 he was with EDF. Among his positions there, he was responsible for the R&D on Transmission & Distribution (US$40 million). He was director of a 150 strong team covering subjects such as power systems dynamics, economics, design, and technology fields.
He published over 40 scientific papers including a book on power systems simulation. Meyer is a board member of the French Society of Electrical Engineers (SEE) and the French Cigre National Committee. He was awarded SEE’s Ampere Medal and Cigre’s Technical Committee Award.
He holds a Ph.D. from Edinburgh University, a M.Sc. from Sao Paulo University, and B.Sc. from Campinas University-Unicamp.
FH-Prof. DI Dr. Stefan Sauermann started as a researcher at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria (Department for Biomedical Engineering and Physics). He published on acquisition, analysis, reporting and management of biosignals in the field of electrostimulation.
In 1999 he started as a lecturer at University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien (UAS TW) and in 2011 as Program Director of the Biomedical Engineering Sciences Master degree study program. He is Key Researcher in the Research Focus “Secure Services, eHealth & Mobility” at UAS TW and Scientific Coordinator for the “Biomedical Engineering and eHealth” group in the “Department for Biomedical, Health and Sports Engineering” at UAS TW. He is active in national and international projects, connected to the implementation of the electronic healthcare record in Austria (ELGA), and generally in the fields of interoperability and standards for telemonitoring and eHealth.
From 2003 to 2015 he was chair of the “Austrian Standards Institute” committee “Medical Informatics”, a mirror to ISO TC215 and CEN TC 251. He is also contributing to standardization within IEEE, HL7 and as founding member of IHE Austria. As moderator of the workgroup “Interoperability – Standards” in the Austrian e-Health Initiative (eHI) of the Austrian Ministry of Health and Women he contributed to the recommendations on IT interoperability for the Austrian healthcare system from 2005 on.
Dirk Van Hertem graduated as a M.Eng. in 2001 from the KHK, Geel, Belgium and as a M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the KU Leuven, Belgium in 2003. In 2009, he obtained his Ph.D., also from the KU Leuven. In 2010, Dirk Van Hertem was a member of the EPS group at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), in Stockholm. Since spring 2011 he has been back at the University of Leuven where he is an associate professor in the ELECTA group. His special fields of interest are power system operation and control in systems with FACTS and HVDC and building the transmission system of the future, including offshore grids and the supergrid concept. He is an active member of both IEEE (PES and IAS) and Cigré. Dr. Van Hertem was the general chair of the IEEE EnergyCon 2016 conference, held in Leuven.
Stefano received a PhD in Computer Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, where he is currently an associate professor. His research focuses on mobile malware, malware analysis, and cybersecurity. He has extensive speaking and training experience in Italy and abroad. He has co-authored over 60 scientific papers and books. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, the IEEE Computer Society (for which he is a member of the Board of Governors), and a lifetime senior member of the ACM. Stefano co-founded the Italian chapter of ISSA (Information System Security Association). He has been named a Fellow of ISSA and sits on its International Board of Directors. Stefano is also a co-founder and chairman of Secure Network, a leading information security consulting firm based in Milan and in London, and a co-founder of 18Months, a cloud-based ticketing solutions provider, and recently co-founded a stealth-mode startup in the FinTech sector.
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