Directeur Business Office à l’Institut Fraunhofer (GER)
Patrick Bressler is Director Emerging Technologies and Innovation at Fraunhofer Microelectronics Group at Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. Current focus on sustainable technology-driven innovation, green electronics, circular economy, edge AI and next generation computing. Expert for Materials Science for RTD programmes of the European Commission since 2006.
Professeur à l’Université Jean Monnet – Saint-Etienne (FR)
As full Professor at Institut d’Optique Graduate School & Université Jean Monnet Saint-Etienne, Raphael Clerc is particularely interested by modeling, simulation and characterization of advanced silicon devices and organic devices.
Professor at the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Sheffield University (UK), Merlyne de Souza works in multidisciplinary research in materials, semiconductor devices and systems for neuromorphic, RF and IOT applications.
Professeur et Directeur de Laboratoire à l’EPFL (CH)
Professor in Nanolectronics at EPFL-Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (CH) and member of the Swiss Academy of Technical Sciences (SATW) Adrian Ionescu is expert in nanoelectronics and nanotechnology for the FP6, FP7 and H2020 programs of the European Commission, and in nanotechnology and trainer for the Geneva Centre For Security Policy.
Damien Querlioz is working on novel computational paradigms relying on nanotechnology as a CNRS researcher at Centre de Nanosciences et de Nanotechnologies, Université Paris-Saclay (formerly called Université Paris-Sud), CNRS, France.
Cryptologue et spécialiste de cybersécurité, David Naccache est professeur au laboratoire de recherche en informatique de l’ENS, et expert près la Cour d’appel de Paris et la Cour de Cassation. Il est Fellow de l’IACR, auteur de plus de 250 publications scientifiques et plus de 180 familles de brevets.
Stéphane Requena is Director Innovation & Technology at GENCI. He held a 20-year expertise in high performance computing (HPC) and a strong passion about assessing and demonstrating the impact of HPC, AI and now quantum computing for scientific and industrial applications global competitiveness.
Enrico Zanoni is Professor at University of Padova. His research interests are on electron device physics, device simulation, process characterization and device reliability physics, with a wide experience on Si, III-V and GaN electronic and optoelectronic devices.