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  • Speakers.OW2con20_Submit
    • catherine.nuel@ow2.org catherine Nuel true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con20_kiy6HkqN3h   false
  • Speakers.OW2con19_Submit
    • oliver.fendt@siemens.com Oliver  Fendt true Speakers.Keynote_Proposal_OW2con19_ZKKnHeaugH   false
    • ludovic@xwiki.com Ludovic Dubost true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_euXvBqTPRy   false
    • philippe. bareille@paris.fr Philippe BAREILLE true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_khYstgpZoh   false
    • gunnar.nilsson@ericsson.com Gunnar  Nilsson true Speakers.Keynote_Proposal_OW2con19_p7cMeSeUDs   false
    • marco.cortella@eng.it Marco Cortella true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_VFrT1nJpmP   false
    • davide.zerbetto@eng.it Davide Zerbetto true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_O5fCIAdBXu   false
    • marc.chantreux@renater.fr Marc Chantreux true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_fjmlbLEVoE   false
    • bastien.guerry@data.gouv.fr Bastien Guerry true Speakers.Keynote_Proposal_OW2con19_dbv0v4SS7q   false
    • rammohanrao.chukka@appfire.com Ram Mohan Rao Chukka true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_Zs8vwNRYbU   false
    • stefano.scamuzzo@eng.it Stefano Scamuzzo true Speakers.Keynote_Proposal_OW2con19_iWHV99YdMj   false
    • marcel.donges@gmail.com Marcel Donges true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_hnZT2TkpMl   false
    • jonne.soininen@nokia.com Jonne Soininen true Speakers.Keynote_Proposal_OW2con19_8EHcqjZFq1   false
    • cclairmont@synaltic.fr Charly CLAIRMONT true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_Y7K6jXKTfS   false
    • ol@ow2.org  Christian Paterson Orange, Jean Parpaillon OW2,  Cedric Thomas OW2 true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_qDHJRg9OBy   false
    • kyriakos.stefanidis@fokus.fraunhofer.de Kyriakos Stefanidis true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_ng4dOZTNvT   false
    • pierre.baudracco@bluemind.net Pierre Baudracco true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_InK9a76TJ2   false
    • sivanm@whitesourcesoftware.com Rami Elron true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_TPUw9PVL0L   false
    • webmink@documentfoundation.org Simon Phipps true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_gJhFc4MTMO   false
    • alexandre.brianceau@rudder.io Alexandre BRIANCEAU true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_o5orJdGXaU   false
    • bjean@inno3.fr Benjamin Jean true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_ph5UJXUoYx   false
    • silverio.santos@orange.com Silvério Santos true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_ld1yUWKzTP   false
    • aomar.bariz@fr.ibm.com Aomar  Bariz true Speakers.Keynote_Proposal_OW2con19_Pbx2E54NYE   false
    • o@datapink.com Olivier Courtin true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_pXilpFGCOA   false
    • mk@fsfe.org Matthias Kirschner true Speakers.Keynote_Proposal_OW2con19_ILe729uf7U   false
    • ol@ow2.org Caroline Landry true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_HsGdI0OeOH   false
    • gilles.gravier@wipro.com Gilles Gravier true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_rI9dHOistx   false
    • rammohanrao.chukka@appfire.com Ram Mohan Rao Chukka true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_hBJ6I2Wrr6   false
    • bjean@inno3.fr Benjamin Jean true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_eV2LE6cv1q   false
    • cmoulin@inno3.fr Camille Moulin true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_y4KeYTOYVF   false
    • ol@ow2.org Richard Popa, Orange, Tobias Wochinger, Rasa true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_quIVucVsT4   false
    • bruno.dillenseger@orange.com Bruno Dillenseger true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_p4WaHPWUvq   false
    • cpellerin@silicom.fr Cédric Pellerin true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_70Vvq9SD8d   false
    • vincent@massol.net Vincent Massol true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_S3d1tzDbTd   false
    • kwaw@7bulls.com Konrad Wawruch true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_AY2ddZE0uN   false
    • clement.oudot@worteks.com Clément OUDOT true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_ozSqxoBTXq   false
    • cristina.ionela.rosu@gmail.com Cristina DeLisle true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_VmpFygiGy6   false
    • fdechelle@teclib.com François Déchelle true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_CXmuPhgcPj   false
    • benoit.mortier@opensides.be Mortier Benoit true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_ZBOKt29OsK   false
    • Karsten.Reincke@telekom.de Karsten Reincke true Speakers.Keynote_Proposal_OW2con19_mSoBuaOEBj   false
    • romain.ferrari@thalesgroup.com  Romain Ferrari true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_V8bDzDPCQ4   false
    • nicolas.verite@nayego.net Nicolas Vérité true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_ILe729uf7V   false
    • alexandre.brianceau@rudder.io Alexandre BRIANCEAU true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_2lBKjQYGpd   false
    • marius.matei@mpsa.com Marius Matei true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_RgcFKK8tpY   false
    • tobie@unlockopen.com Tobie Langel true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con19_EJqNK08GMj   false
  • Speakers.OW2con18_Submit
    • jonathan.rivalan@alterway.fr Jonathan Rivalan true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_7oxCGopF47   false
    • simon.urli@inria.fr Simon Urli true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_q38jz5Qx6s   false
    • max.mehl@fsfe.org Max Mehl true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_pIklpPFfVr   false
    • nicola.bertazzo@eng.it Nicola Bertazzo true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_LaDgukXwPY   false
    • alessandro.portosa@eng.it Alessandro Portosa and Paolo Raineri true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_cnLnhnEupf   false
    • aaron.macsween@xwiki.com Caleb James De Lisle true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_4NS8PPuuCO   false
    • philippe.bareille@paris.fr Philippe  BAREILLE true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_E2YwBTzMmZ   false
    • bjean@inno3.fr Benjamin Jean true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_Benjamin_Jean   false
    • paolo.raineri@eng.it Paolo Raineri true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_OAEaT2yq2e   false
    • bruno.dillenseger@orange.com Bruno Dillenseger true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_neeK5Rrj9T   false
    • jesus.escolar@exelerys.com Jesus ESCOLAR true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_IsUJBKYKnD   false
    • jb@talium.com Julien Brodier true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_5IQYWQcPWE   false
    • alebagnato@yahoo.com Alessandra  Bagnato true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_Qlmmk4uiKb   false
    • arnaud.wetzel@kbrwadventure.com Arnaud Wetzel true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_VNIe41QCS2   false
    • benoitc@barrel-db.org Benoit Chesneau true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_SKhpQCp03T   false
    • adrien.lauer@mpsa.com Adrien Lauer true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_1QcKfxb8kI   false
    • sebastien.keller@thalesgroup.com Sebastien Keller true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_kI0HvIkeEq   false
    •   true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_fwimpk9jFZ   false
    • daniele.gagliardi@eng.it Daniele Gagliardi  true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_dlt3Xfqs9X   false
    • herve.rannou@cityzendata.com Herve Rannou true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_sydNRdqeSe   false
    • adrien.lauer@mpsa.com Adrien Lauer true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_4bBmEGe8nV   false
    • andrey.sadovykh@softeam.fr Andrey SADOVYKH true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_JMZEulK7E6   false
    • ludovic.queiroga@usharesoft.com Ludovic Queiroga true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_rp9sgm336y   false
    • marc.lacoste@orange.com Marc Lacoste true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_0HWMEDEPWr   false
    • cristina.ionela.rosu@gmail.com Cristina Rosu true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_gdOhqL7GWH   false
    • philippe.coval@osg.samsung.com Philippe Coval true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_xEhf1a4hBn   false
    • antoine.mottier@bonitasoft.com Antoine Mottier true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_Y7bBmEGlpb   false
    • alebagnato@yahoo.com Alessandra  Bagnato true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_i8r5tnYp7i   false
    •  Alexander Salas Batisdas true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_9iOwiMSh8z   false
    • clem.oudot@gmail.com Clément Oudot Worteks, Benoit Mortier Opensides true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con18_LMcrZKYFEF   false
  • Speakers.OW2con17_Submit
    • alessandra.bagnato@softeam.fr Alessandra Bagnato true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_Alessandra_Bagnato   false
    • denis.caromel@activeeon.com Denis Caromel true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_xL8SGaU48c   false
    • sebastien.keller@thalesgroup.com Sebastien Keller true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_a0rpvVvSIL   false
    • es@ow2.org Etienne Sauvage true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_8VAKKZRtxa   false
    • davide.zerbetto@eng.it Davide Zerbetto true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_XzgeXMJ1XR   false
    • alessandro.portosa@eng.it Alessandro Portosa true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_0r6zAbCroM   false
    • cjd@xwiki.com Caleb James DeLisle true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_Caleb_James_DeLisle   false
    • michel.rousseau@microsoft.com Michel Rousseau true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_Michel_Rousseau   false
    •  Stephane Deschamps true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_panel2   false
    • stefano.scamuzzo@eng.it Stephano Scamuzzo true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_9HqXLU6Vc0   false
    • jsmanrique@bitergia.com Manrique Lopez true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_aziGQL2uj3   false
    • wnouh@teclib.com Walid Nouh true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_WLTGVF1N88   false
    • ct@ow2.org Cedric Thomas, Jean Parpaillon true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_KzHq6vvdPF   false
    •  Antoine Cao true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_Cao   false
    •  Thierry Souche true Speakers.Keynote_OW2con17_CvZ0Rz62FZ   false
    • dds@aueb.gr Diomidis  Spinellis true Speakers.Keynote_OW2con17_Diomidis _Spinellis   false
    • jonathan.rivalan@alterway.fr Jonathan Rivalan true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_Jonathan_Rivalan   false
    • ol@ow2.org Ronan Kirby true Speakers.Keynote_OW2con17_nEHFvKFpvU   false
    • simon@webmink.com Simon Phipps true Speakers.Keynote_OW2con17_Simon_Phipps   false
    • davide.diruscio@univaq.it Davide Di Ruscio true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_psfzZ3ZERc   false
    • christian.paterson@orange.com Christian Paterson true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_U5qbJUqJjD   false
    • benoit.mortier@opensides.be Benoit Mortier true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_Benoit_Mortier_2   false
    • clement.oudot@savoirfairelinux.com Clément Oudot true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_HiNQGGbR8S   false
    • benoit.baudry@inria.fr Benoit Baudry true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_t9uG7QDYGu   false
    • christophe.dorothe@smile.fr Christophe Dorothé true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_GzpREoXiHh   false
    • thierry@openstack.org Thierry Carrez true Speakers.Keynote_OW2con17_Thierry_Carrez   false
    • epo.jemba@kametic.com Epo Jemba true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_MvEoaxMUWs   false
    • bruno.dillenseger@free.fr Bruno Dillenseger true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_gPHdC8ctwl   false
    • marius.matei@mpsa.com Marius Matei true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_c9Npd9vDh5   false
    • ptrotin@microsoft.com Philippe Trotin true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_6tsWeFfAxd   false
    • benoit.mortier@opensides.be Benoit Mortier true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_Benoit_Mortier   false
    • gabriele.ruffatti@eng.it Gabriele Ruffatti true Speakers.Keynote_OW2con17_Gabriele_Ruffatti   false
    • catherine.nuel@ow2.org Raphael  Semeteys true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_nYu3vIkzMm   false
    • marius.matei@mpsa.com Adrien Lauer true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_yxrQobiZuh   false
    • ct@ow2.org Cedric Thomas Stephane Lauriere true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_hBwhBYKgSX   false
    • gabriel.engel@rocket.chat Gabriel Engel true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_dIeYJPwsPl   false
    • jon.harper@paris.fr Jon Harper true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_2DrfJOIrwP   false
    • bruno.carlin@waarp.fr; driss.demiray@waarp.fr Bruno Carlin true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_BWwHGUfZhP   false
    •  Cedric Thomas true Speakers.Proposal_OW2con17_panel1   false

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{catherine.nuel@ow2.org=Raphael Semeteys is Software Architect at Worldline.                                                           
 , oliver.fendt@siemens.com=Oliver Fendt is Senior Manager Open Source Software and governance owner of the topic Open Source Software (OSS) and other 3rd party software at Siemens. In this role he is heading the Open Source Task Force, which is a company wide board of experts, who oversee the license compliant use of OSS in products, solutions and services. Oliver has more than 17 years experience in open source software and its license condition and how to comply to the different licenses. , ludovic@xwiki.com=Creator of XWiki and CEO of XWiki SAS, Ludovic has been the gentle organizer of the XWiki SAS company for 14 years. XWiki SAS, only building open-source software leads the development of the XWiki Software used by thousands of organizations and helps companies and organizations all over the world organize, share, and collaborate on content. XWiki SAS' research team has also created CryptPad (https://cryptpad.fr), the first Zero Knowledge Realtime Collaborative Editor and Drive.

A graduate of Ecole Polytechnique (X90) and Telecom Paris (95), Ludovic Dubost started his career as a software architect for Netscape Communications Europe. He then joined NetValue as CTO. NetValue was one of the first French start-ups that went public. He left NetValue after the company was purchased by Nielsen/NetRatings, before launching XWiki in 2004. Ludovic has been a speaker at various events including Paris Open Source Summit, FOSDEM, OW2 Conference, RMLL, Cebit., philippe. bareille@paris.fr=Philippe Bareille is a Java Software Engineer that becamme project manager of many digital services run by the City of Paris., gunnar.nilsson@ericsson.com=Gunnar is Ericson’s most senior open source expert within Ericsson’s Chief Technology Office, leading Ericsson’s use of open source as well as playing an instrumental role in defining global corporate strategies for community engagement and technology positioning.  Gunnar is a distinguished and experienced leader in Ericsson’s CTO office, his career having focused on networking technologies includes leadership through the various industry transitions from NMT to 5G networking.
Gunnar has been leading the transition toward open source technologies for over last ten years in Ericsson from adoption of Linux as a standards telecoms platform technology to the current trends toward collaborative developments and de facto standards.
, marco.cortella@eng.it=Marco is Knowage Solution Designer. He has strong expertise on information management systems and provides assistance and support over Knowage. He also carries out training activities on the suite installation and usage. He is passionate of new technology and data visualization. , davide.zerbetto@eng.it=I'm an IT Solution Architect. I contribute to Knowage (previously SpagoBI) development process, mainly dealing with the design of new functionalities and the integration of new components. I also provide contributors and final users with assistance and support services concerning technical aspects of the platform., marc.chantreux@renater.fr=utilisateur de floss depuis les années 90, membre de la communauté Recherche depuis 2003, membre actif de la communauté perl depuis 2009 (organisateur de conférences, speaker, ...) je suis actuellement floss evengelist chez Renater ou je travaille à la valorisation et à la dynamisation du patrimoine du logiciel libre de Renater , bastien.guerry@data.gouv.fr=Bastien Guerry is the free software officer for the French public administration. He first studied philosophy and cognitive sciences. He got interested in the free software movement in the late 90's and taught himself how to program by contributing to GNU Emacs. In 2008, he got involved in the One Laptop Per Child initiative and was recruited by Wikimedia France as its first employee in 2010. In 2017, he joined the "Public Interest Entrepreneurs", a program led by Etalab, the French mission for open gov/data. There he discovered the challenges faced by public agencies when it comes to maintaining and enhancing resilient IT infrastructures, recruiting tech profiles, rationalizing the use of "open source" and the contributions made by the public administration to the larger free software ecosystem. , rammohanrao.chukka@appfire.com=Ram is Developer/Individual Contributor with 10 years of Product development Experience. Worked for startup companies like Appfire, CallidusCloud (SAP Company) and Konylabs. Loves OpenSource, Linux, Automation, stefano.scamuzzo@eng.it=Stefano has long working experience in the IT field. Initially involved in European research projects on hypertext technology, he then undertook the technical management of complex projects in several technological areas such as document and workflow applications, web based applications, enterprise portals and business intelligence applications. At present, he is working within the Research & Innovation Division. He masters the domains of service-oriented architectures and Business Intelligence, with a particular focus on open source solutions. , marcel.donges@gmail.com=In 2005 Marcel Donges quoted „If we want to build an Internet of Things, we first have to build an Internet of Services.“
With this perspective, he already was a Digital Leader of thoughts within the CIO community surrounding the Digital Transformation of Deutsche Post. Since the core capability for this transformation is not technology but the courage to make personal paradigm shifts a regular habit he started a business of executive coaching together with his co-founder resulting in the Digital Leaders Initiative. From global enterprises down to local SMBs and even single founders he encourages the future leaders to be "ready to jump"!, jonne.soininen@nokia.com=Jonne Soininen is  Head of Open Source Initiatives at Nokia based in Espoo, Finland. Prior to this position, he worked in different positions with Nokia, Nokia Siemens Networks, Renesas Mobile and Broadcom and has an extensive history in telecommunications and software engineering ranging over 25 years. He has served in different external roles such as in the board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) and Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV). Currently, he is serving as a board member of Linux Foundation Networking (LFN) and Linux Foundation Deep Learning Foundation (LFDL)., cclairmont@synaltic.fr=For nearly 15 years, Charly CLAIRMONT has been promoting open source solutions that help manage business intelligence projects. This opportunity is offered to him thanks to customers projects leaded his company, Synaltic, and the animation of a very active community dedicated to Data with the Hadoop User Group, which he cofunded in 2012., ol@ow2.org=Ronan Kirby is Head of NGINX EMEA and an open source veteran, with an accomplished history in enterprise technology. He spent over 10 years working with Red Hat, in senior technical and commercial roles; has helped grow numerous technology companies across Europe and Asia for the European Bank (EBRD), as well as holding leadership positions in a number of other technology companies. , kyriakos.stefanidis@fokus.fraunhofer.de=Dr. Kyriakos Stefanidis is currently a researcher at Fraunhofer FOKUS in Berlin, Germany. He has a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering in the field of network security and a Diploma in Computer Engineering. Before his involvement with FOKUS, he worked as a researcher for various research institutes, enterprise systems architect for the private sector and adjunct professor for two universities. He has 15 years of experience in research and development projects in the areas of secure networked systems, industrial systems security, network security, intrusion detection systems and identity management. He is the author and co-author of 30 publications in international journals, conferences and book chapters. He has participated in 9 European and national research projects with the role of researcher. He has also participated in more than 10 development projects in the private sector, mainly in the area of secure enterprise systems, with the roles of software developer, systems architect and technical project manager. Some of his notable projects are the following: The development of the passport issuing system of the Greek state where he participated in the design and implementation of the passport issuing information system as well as the passport printing and validation of the security mechanisms. The European project “nShield”, where he designed a framework for security, privacy and dependability in networked embedded systems. The national research project “ISRTDI”, where he designed an HMM based NIDS for industrial control systems. The European project “PRACE”, where he optimized experiments from cross-disciplinary fields for massively parallel systems. The European project “CSP” where he designed, and acted as a technical coordinator for, the cybersecurity digital service infrastructure for the European Computer Emergency Response teams (CERTs), pierre.baudracco@bluemind.net=Pierre Baudracco is the founding president of BlueMind. He is a major player in the open source ecosystem in France and Europe and a strong advocate of European digital sovereignty. Very committed to the ecosystem he also is :
- President of the Paris Open Source Summit's program 2017 and 2018
- founding member of the CNLL (National Council of Open Source)
- President of SoLibre, the South West Open Source Association, sivanm@whitesourcesoftware.com=Rami Elron is the Senior Director of Product Management at WhiteSource.
Rami has more than more than 15 years of experience in companies like IBM, BMC software and more. He has vast experience in directing large-scale projects and driving successful customer-facing, engagements in data security, data storage, data science, product management and business strategy, and he is an acclaimed presenter and co-author of books and international security-related standards., webmink@documentfoundation.org=Simon Phipps serves on the Board of The Document Foundation as well as at OSI and The Open Rights Group. He is managing director of open community specialists Meshed Insights Ltd. Previously he was head of open source at Sun Microsystems and a co-founder of the Java business at IBM., alexandre.brianceau@rudder.io=After studying Cybersecurity, Alexandre worked for several years at several French integrators and IT services companies to ensure production security missions as a solution integrator and consultant. For more than two years, he has been working for the RUDDER open-source continuous configuration solution as Business Development Director. It supports the success of users and ensures the follow-up of customers, making it possible to capitalize on a large number of feedback experiences. , bjean@inno3.fr=Known for all his work on Open Source and Open Data, Benjamin Jean is currently CEO of inno³, an open innovation consulting firm focused on IP’s value and collaborative and open project management. He is also the cofounder and president of « Open Law*, Le droit ouvert », a french non-profit organization promoting activities to enhance the legal sector’s transformation through digital co-creation programs based on Open data, Open Source and Open Innovation principles.

Strongly mobilized on opportunities presented by these open models in the digital transformation, Benjamin Jean regularly intervenes at several events and conferences on these subjects., silverio.santos@orange.com=25 years of IT experience
Areas: programming, retail, administration and teaching
Certifications: Microsoft, VMware, Linux Professional Institute, Cisco, CompTIA, Novell, Scrum, Instructor, etc.
Orange group open source governance since 2012, aomar.bariz@fr.ibm.com=With 20 years working at IBM on multiple technology domains, today we meet Aomar Bariz as Hybrid Cloud Solution Leader. He offers a 360° view on Open Source Software contributions by IBM. Aomar supports IBM customers to move local workloads to the IBM Cloud platform. He also engage clients in open innovation, designing the best architecture to meet their needs, and to overcome their competition., o@datapink.com=Computer Vision & GeoSpatial expert
DataPink founder & DataScientist
Oslandia co-founder & former CEO
RoboSat.pink lead dev, mk@fsfe.org=Matthias Kirschner is President of FSFE. In 1999 he started using GNU/Linux and realised that software is deeply involved in all aspects of our lives. Matthias is convinced that this technology has to empower society not restrict it. While studying Political and Administrative Science he joined FSFE in 2004.

He helps other organisations, companies and governments to understand how they can benefit from Free Software, which gives everybody the rights to use, understand, adapt and share software, and how those rights help to support freedom of speech, freedom of press or privacy.

Matthias loves playing with his children, and in his spare time assists in wilderness first aid seminars, enjoys comics like XKCD and Transmetropolitan; and Die Ärzte., gilles.gravier@wipro.com=Gilles is Director in the Open Source Consulting Practice and a member of the internal blockchain council at Wipro. Based in Geneva, Switzerland, he provides open source and blockchain strategy consulting and advisory services to Wipro's key customers worldwide.

He has a pragmatic approach to open source, and regularly advises global companies, start-up, and venture capitalists on open source strategy, licensing issues, business models..., cmoulin@inno3.fr=Senior consultant at Inno³, Camille Moulin accompanies organizations in the definition of Open source and open data strategies and policies. He intervenes particularly on the articulation of technical and legal dimensions, and on the transformation of organization., bruno.dillenseger@orange.com=Bruno Dillenseger is a computing scientist and engineer. He has been working in the field of distributed computing for years, integrating component-based architecture design, autonomic computing and then cloud computing to his fields of investigation. His contributions range from academic papers to code in open source projects. Since 2002, he is leading OW2's CLIF project, providing a highly adaptable Java framework for performance testing and monitoring. His work aims at supporting advanced automation and benchmarking features, in particular for performance testing over cloud technologies., cpellerin@silicom.fr=Developper since 1985, Linux user since 1993, I have been working in Open Source environment since 2000.
As a developper and a system administrator, I use mainly C and Perl but I also know many other languages.
I started to write articles in GNU/Linux Magazine France and Linux Pratique in 2008 and I still continue.
I'm currently working on VPN integration solutions and tests sytems at Silicom in Brittany., vincent@massol.net=See https://about.me/vmassol and https://massol.myxwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/XWiki/VincentMassol, kwaw@7bulls.com=Co-founder of 7bulls.com, Polish open-source-focused software house, delivering AI and cloud-based innovation globally for finance, retail, pharma, automotive and media. Coordinator of large R&D teams, technology companies builder. Long-term researcher and team leader at ICM University of Warsaw, responsible for creating first computing clusters in Poland and building development team for supercomputers and clusters, early supporter of FPGA and GPU for HPC in Poland. M.Sc. of the Faculty of Mathematics, IT and Mechanics at the University of Warsaw. Currently responsible for new R&D-based ventures in the 7bulls group as CEO of Accelevation, group's investment arm., clement.oudot@worteks.com=Identity and Access Management with Free Softwares, implied in several communities like OpenLDAP, LSC, LDAP Tool Box, LemonLDAP::NG and FusionIAM, cristina.ionela.rosu@gmail.com=Coming from a legal background, I became interested in open source projects when I joined the XWiki team. Privacy is one of my main interests and I'm following the GDPR evolution while assessing its compliance with company's security standards., fdechelle@teclib.com=François Déchelle is currently at Teclib' where he is in charge of R&D projects focused on cybersecurity. Before joining Teclib', he has worked in various open-source projects: jMax (a programming environment for real-time multimedia), EyeDB (an object database management system), AGNULA (a Gnu/Linux distribution for audio and music). He holds a PhD in computer science., benoit.mortier@opensides.be=Benoit Mortier is the Director of OpenSides a Free software Company Based in Belgium founded in 2001.
He contracted the free software virus working in computer stores and this will never left him.
It is a Free Software activist, fighting against software patents and giving many lectures during events dedicated to Free Software.
Co-Chairman of the System Administration track at Libre sofware meetings from 2007 was 2013.
He has been FusionDirectory project leader since 2011., Karsten.Reincke@telekom.de=Karsten Reincke is Senior Expert Key Projects at Deutsche Telekom AG Open Source Committee. , romain.ferrari@thalesgroup.com =Romain Ferrari (male) is a CyberSecurity engineer with more than ten years of experience in the IT/Cloud development and Cyber Security domains. He started his career as Cloud Security Engineer at the Thales Innovation Lab (Theresis). He is currently working as a Cyber Security Engineer at Theresis, works on Cybersecurity topics related to Blockchain, Machine learning, Cloud Computing, infrastructure management and software development. He has worked in several cloud related project such as OpenCloudWare, EASI-CLOUDS, CloudWatt, HC@Works, CLARUS as well as Thales’ internal innovative projects. He is one of the core developers of the Open Source Software AuthzForce. He is also currently involved in NRG5 and SPARTA H2020 project as well as part of the BCID taskforce aiming at defining a sovereign identity based blockchain. He is the architect of the analysis tool developed in iTrac project. , nicolas.verite@nayego.net=Product manager et entrepreneur de l'open source, président de LinuxFr.org, membre de la Board of Directors de la XSF (XMPP Standards Foundation), marius.matei@mpsa.com=Adrien Lauer is the Software Architect for SeedStack solution., tobie@unlockopen.com=Tobie Langel is the principal and founder of UnlockOpen, a boutique consulting firm that helps organizations think strategically about open source and align their open source effort with desired business outcomes.

His clients include top tech companies like Google, Microsoft, Intel, or Mozilla.

He sits on AMP’s Advisory Committee and on the Advisory Board of OASIS Open Projects.

Previously, he was on Facebook’s Open Source and Web Standards Team, Facebook’s Advisory Committee Representative at the W3C, a W3C Fellow supported by Facebook, and W3C’s Testing Lead, where he helped kickstart Web Platform Tests, a W3C-coordinated cross-browser testsuite for the Web-platform stack. He has edited various web standards, notably Web IDL, which specifies the language used to define web interfaces and its JavaScript bindings.

An avid open source contributor, Tobie Langel notably co-maintained the Prototype JavaScript Framework, and released various open source projects, including an automated build system for editing standards on GitHub (used by W3C, WICG, WHATWG, and ECMA), and a JavaScript dependency resolver which powered Facebook’s Pages iOS app.

Tobie Langel notably spoke in the following conferences: QCON, JSConf.eu, Linux Foundation Open Source Summit, Open Source Strategy Forum, FOSDEM.
, jonathan.rivalan@alterway.fr=Jonathan Rivalan is R&D Manager at Alter Way and team leader for numerous open source collaborative R&D projects. 

He is also a proud member of the Systematic Logiciel Libre work group governing board., simon.urli@inria.fr=I obtained a PhD in Software Engineering at University of Nice in 2015 working on software product lines. After trying a startup adventure, I'm now working at INRIA on software automatic repair topic and - as part of this work - I maintain with other contributors the Spoon library. , max.mehl@fsfe.org=Max Mehl is Program Manager of FSFE and loves to coordinate policy and public campaigns. With his mixed background in information technology and political science he can build bridges between different audiences to explain why software freedom and control over our computer systems is required to secure democracy, digital infrastructure, and fair markets in the 21st century., nicola.bertazzo@eng.it=Nicola is an IT Solution Architect in Engineering Group.
He is the Team Leader of Spago4Q - the open source platform supporting software quality. Involved in the realization of projects that use Spago4Q as a monitoring and management console, Nicola is a member of Engineering Group’s Quality Technology Competency Center. He gives technical advice on software integration and identifies best practices on project development processes, application life cycle (ALM) management, project automation, team collaboration and quality improvement. He is also Project Automation teacher at Engineering Group’s ICT Academy and DevOps enthusiasts., alessandro.portosa@eng.it=Alessandro obtained his master’s degree in Computer Science Engineering at the University of Bologna, Italy. His graduation thesis focused on heterogeneous cloud systems, semantic web and linked data technologies. Before joining SpagoBI Labs, he was involved in an international astrophysics research project as software engineer. At present, he contributes to the development of the Knowage suite and delivers consultancy services to customers., aaron.macsween@xwiki.com=Aaron MacSween moved to Paris from Toronto in 2015 to work full time at XWiki SAS on the CryptPad open-source project. He has been featured in Motherboard magazine for his involvement in the Toronto Meshnet project. He spoke at Battlemesh v8 in Maribor, Slovenia on the topic of "Building Encrypted IPv6 networks based on CJDNS". He has since presented at the Paris Open Source Summit (POSS) and OW2con 2016 regarding privacy-respecting development. When he is not developing cryptography-based software, he enjoys cycling, juggling, and photography., philippe.bareille@paris.fr=8 years as Java JEE developer and 5 as digital project manager.
Joined City of Paris and Lutece team in 2016. In charge of numerous digital services used by Parisians in their every day life. , paolo.raineri@eng.it=Paolo started to be an entrepreneur with MYagonism SRL in 2011 after a period of hard working both in private and public organizations. In 2017 he joined KNOWAGE BI team (Engineering Group) and started to work as the Business Developer for this Open Source BI suite. https://www.linkedin.com/in/paoloraineri/, jesus.escolar@exelerys.com=CEO of EXELERYS, an emerging start-up fighting cybersecurity threats through multiple consolidated services and solutions portfolio across EMEA. He has intervened in multiple events including Cloud Expo Europe, ISACA, InfoSec to provide an holistic view on the actual and future view on threat intelligence, where problems and solutions for known and unknown issues where addressed and discussed. Prior to founding EXELERYS, Jesus was working actively with security vendors worldwide providing enablement and education across the different security issues the corporations faced, working closely with different cross-department teams for years building active solutions for their enterprise customers.
EXELERYS in pioneering the integration of security operations in the container infrastructure and in the serverless ecosystem (FaaS – Function-as-a-Service) with multi-vendor API integrations and open security standards.
You can reach him at jesus.escolar@exelerys.com or follow the Twitter accounts: @EXELERYS and @VirtualBlackCat, jb@talium.com=Julien is a systems integration and blockchain expert. Cofounder in 2012 of Talium, a blockchain and middleware engineering service company, he leverages 14 years of process digitization projects, the last 12 as a CTO and last 2 as senior architect on real-life customer blockchain projects such as Sunchain (P2P energy), Legolas (cryptocurrency exchange for institutional investors) and BCDiploma (GDPR-compliant document certification). Julien holds an engineering degree from Polytech Nancy (France) and a MSc in computer science from Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)., alebagnato@yahoo.com=Dr. Alessandra Bagnato is a research scientist and project manager within the Softeam R&D Department in Guyancourt, Paris. She holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from TELECOM SudParis and Université Evry Val d'Essonne, France. She holds a MSc in Computer Science from the University of Genoa, Italy. She has been at TXT Corporate Research Division headquartered in Milan from 1999 till September 2012. She was involved as Project Coordinator, Project Manager and/or Technical Leader in in several European research projects in the 5th, 6th and 7th Framework Programme related to embedded systems design, software/service development and security. Among them she was coordinator of project MOMOCS, Model driven Modernisation of Complex Systems, and project MADES, Model-based methods and tools for Avionics and surveillance embeddeD SystEmS. She is member of multiple international committees and she is the Softeam representative in the OMG SysML 1.5 Revision Task Force. Currently she is involved in the MEASURE (Measuring Software Engineering, http://measure.softeam-rd.eu), E*MODELS ( System modeling and design exploration of applications for heterogeneous and parallel platforms, http://models.epfl.ch/), H2020 CPSwarm (http://www.cpswarm.eu/), H2020 CROSSMINER (Developer-Centric Knowledge Mining from Large Open-Source Software Repositories, https://www.crossminer.org/) and H2020 INTO-CPS (Integrated Tool Chain for Model-based Design of Cyber-Physical Systems, http://into-cps.au.dk/), arnaud.wetzel@kbrwadventure.com=Arnaud Wetzel is co-founder at KBRW company. It provides IT solutions for e-commerce and supply chain, entirely based on erlang/elixir and Riak technologies. He's a major contributor to the elixir community through the language itself and many libraries widely used in the community., benoitc@barrel-db.org=Barrel is a database Benoit wrote from scratch over the past two years that can be embedded in an Erlang or Elixir application like Mnesia. With Barrel, you can easily bring and keep a view (complete or partial) of your data inside your application and replicate it between your different machines.
This talk will describe how you can use Barrel to quickly create your own peer-to-peer data platform with different storage and replication strategies. It will also shows the different tools supported by Barrel, to operate and monitor your cluster on premise or on the "cloud".
Different examples, codes and patterns will be presented., adrien.lauer@mpsa.com=Software engineer with 14 years of experience, Adrien worked on various projects before co-founding SeedStack with PSA Group co-workers in 2013. Since then, he has taken the lead of SeedStack and has actively contributed to define and implement it. , sebastien.keller@thalesgroup.com=Sébastien Keller received his PhD in Electrical engineering in 1997 from University of Nancy, France. He has more than 15 years of experience in computer science at Thales Group where he worked as Software Project Leader, System Architect and System Integration Leader. He has joined the Application Security Lab in 2012 and is currently the scientific coordinator of CHOReVOLUTION (H2020 project started in January 2015)., =* Bruno CARLIN, CEO, Waarp

  • Denis CAROMEL, CEO, ActiveEon
  • Thierry CARREZ, VP of Engineering OpenStack Foundation, OpenStack
  • Simon PHIPPS, Managing Director, Meshed Insights Ltd
  • Jonathan RIVALAN, R&D Project manager, Alter Way

Moderator: Cédric Thomas, CEO, OW2, daniele.gagliardi@eng.it=Daniele Gagliardi is a Software Engineer at Engineering Group. Before joining Spago4Q design team, he has been working for several years in the domain of Identity and Access Management, web applications design as well as development of PKI (Public Key Infrastructures) and of digital signature products. Since 2010 he has been contributing to the development of Spago4Q platform with solutions adopted within the Engineering Software Laboratories at Engineering Group. Currently he manages the corporate quality and production infrastructure. He is chair of the OW2 Technology Council. , herve.rannou@cityzendata.com=Mathematics degree and telecom engineer. After a career in Telecommunications, Data Networks and IT, he co-founded ITEMS International to address strategic consulting in digital sectors including software.

He co-lauched Cityzen Data in 2013. That company has developped Warp10, an open source solution to manage data from sensors and IoT (Time Series, Geo Time Series™) or any kind of sequence data. Cityzen Data addresses data analytics and Artificial Intelligence issues in an industrial perspective. Warp10 is now used in energy, transport, automotive, aeronautics, telecommunications, insurances, smart cities, agriculture, health, defense and cybersecurity.
, andrey.sadovykh@softeam.fr=Dr. Sadovykh coordinates all the research activities of the company covering fields such as model-driven development (MDD) and model-based system engineering (MBSE), Business Process Automation (BPA), Cloud and Big Data in application areas such as eGovernment, eHealth, Space and Agro sectors. He contributed to and oversaw more than 20 collaborative research projects including coordination of 6 of them. Dr. Sadovykh is actively involved in the standardization activities at the Object Management Group. He contributed to standards on SOA and UI modelling - SoaML and IFML respectively. In ModelioSoft, SOFTEAM's subsidiary, Dr. Sadovykh contributed to the marketing strategy and transformation to open source policies.
In the ITEA REVAMP project, Dr. Sadovykh coordinates the consortium of 27 partners from all over Europe, who build together the innovation in the Product Lines Engineering field., ludovic.queiroga@usharesoft.com=Ludovic Queiroga is a software developer at UShareSoft, a Fujitsu company, and principal contributor to hammr, an OW2 project. Prior to joining UShareSoft in 2015, Ludovic held several engineering positions at Oracle, GFI Informatique and Schneider Electric. Ludovic specializes in Java/JEE and related tools such as Maven, Jenkins, Selenium, Hibernate, Spring, Tomcat, Eclipse and others. Ludovic holds a Masters from the Université Joseph Fourier in Grenoble, France., marc.lacoste@orange.com=Dr. Marc Lacoste is a Senior Research Scientist in the Security Department of Orange Labs. His main research interests are in security architecture, cloud security, self-protecting systems, and open security kernels. Dr. Lacoste received engineering degrees from Ecole Polytechnique and Télécom ParisTech, and holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Grenoble, France. He is currently the Technical Leader of the SUPERCLOUD H2020 Project on user-centric, self-managed security and dependability of multi-cloud infrastructures. He served in several major conference program committees, and published many security research papers, and holds several patents in security., philippe.coval@osg.samsung.com=Philippe Coval is a FLOSS enthusiast since late 1990s, now belongs to Samsung Open Source Group.
He is mainly committed to IoT projects involving Tizen OS and connected devices (wearables, automotive etc...)

Contact: https://wiki.tizen.org/User:Pcoval
, antoine.mottier@bonitasoft.com=Antoine start as a Java developer before joining Bonitasoft and became a seasoned BPM consultant. Over his 7 years at Bonitasoft, he has played different roles - BPM solutions consultant, training manager and technical evangelist. He has helped many companies implement successful BPM projects across wide range of industries such as telecommunications, automotive, banking, insurance and more. 

As a technical evangelist, he is responsible to ease the user adoption of the product with his technical expertise and passion for technologies. He is involved in sharing best practices with analysts and online communities and is also a regular speaker at events and webinars., clem.oudot@gmail.com=Open Source Identity Management guy #ldap #iam #sso #openldap #lemonldap #lsc #ltb #saml #cas #openidconnect , alessandra.bagnato@softeam.fr=Dr. Alessandra Bagnato is a researcher and project manager in Softeam R&D Department, she holds a doctorate in Computer Science of TELECOM SUDPARIS and the University Evry Val d’ Essonne. She has been project manager and the technical leader of several European research projects in the domains of modelling of the cyber physical system and software and services development as well as security among which FITTEST, OSSMETER and MONDO are the most recent.  She is currently the coordinator of the ITEA 3 MEASURE project on Measuring Software Engineering and the innovation manager of CPSwarm project on swarms of Cyber Physical Systems modeling., denis.caromel@activeeon.com=Denis Caromel, CEO & Founder, ActiveEon
Picture available here: http://activeeon.com/img/Denis-CEO-LI
Denis Caromel is CEO & Founder of ActiveEon Cloud company. His technical work includes distributed and Cloud computing. Denis gave many invited talks around the world (Jet Propulsion Lab., Berkeley, Stanford, NASA Langley, IBM Tom Watson and Zurich), and acted as keynote speaker at several major conferences (MDM, DAPSYS, CGW, Shanghai CCGrid, IEEE ICCP, ICPADS in Hong Kong, Devoxx in Paris, Open Stack Summit in Santa Clara), and as invited conference speaker on Clouds at Expo Universal in Shanghai.

Guido Imperiale, Lead Integration Engineer, Legal & General
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Guido Imperiale is Lead Integration Engineer at Legal & General Retirement. Previously, he worked at IBM and Accenture. Guido is specialized in cloud and grid computing, Linux, Python, systems integration and Continuous Delivery. 

Marco Castigliego, Agile Team Leader, ActiveEon
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Marco Castigliego is Senior Software Engineer and Agile Team Leader at ActiveEon. Previously, he worked at AOL, Paddy Power, System Dynamics, at various locations around the world.

Paraita Wohler, Senior Software Engineer, ActiveEon
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Paraita Wohler is Senior Software Engineer at ActiveEon. Paraita is specialized in: Software architecture, Financial modelling, ITIL/ISO 20000 Processes, Financial functional tests for Asset Management. Previously, he worked at ATOS, INRIA, Synergies, Top Phone. , es@ow2.org=no bio, cjd@xwiki.com=Caleb James DeLisle founded the cjdns Open Source project for cryptographically assured IP packet routing, he then went on to co-develop ncry.pt, the first Zero Knowledge pastebin using a secure key sharing technique which would later find it's way into ZeroBin, Mega.co.nz and others. After joining XWiki SAS, he authored the first realtime collaborative editor to make use of Nakamoto Blockchains for state synchronisation, removing the complex logic from the server.

His Open Source work has been featured in Wired Magazine (USA), NewScientist (USA), Neue Zurcher Zeitung (Switzerland), Kommersant (Russia), michel.rousseau@microsoft.com=Tech and Innovation freak, most of my career can be seen as a continuous story of technological addictions: from computers to CGIs, from CGIs to real time rendering, from 3D to interfaces and UX, from UX to IUI (Innovative User Interfaces, like chatbots), and lastly, from Interfaces to VR/AR/MR and HoloLens. With a real and sincere dedication to the user needs, with a strong technical background and with a natural empathy for design processes, I try every day to leverage the ambiant technology to give meaning to this ever-changing world., jsmanrique@bitergia.com=Business, alliances and marketing developer in Bitergia and active participant in development communities related to free / open source software.

He has previously combined his work in Bitergia with the management of ASOLIF (National Federation of Free Software Companies) and consultancy collaborating with CENATIC and programs such as Google Launchpad.

He worked at the Technological Center for Information Technology and Communications of the Principality of Asturias (CTIC), participating in W3C Mobile Web Initiative and W3C Web For Development working gorups. Later director of R&D of Ándago Ingeniería and Continua Health Alliance Technical Group Chair. He joined a web development start-up before joining Bitergia in 2013., wnouh@teclib.com=Walid Nouh is GLPI product owner at Teclib'.
He has started working on GLPI in 2006, and quickly became a member of it's core team.

Walid is also active in Fusioninventorty community development., ct@ow2.org=CEO, OW2 Consortium ( France)

Cedric Thomas, is OW2 CEO. An IT industry veteran with twenty-five years of experience in strategic and marketing consulting for IT vendors and systems integrators, Cedric has masterminded the launch of the OW2 Consortium. Previously, as both an investor and a consultant with FronTier Associates, the consulting company he founded in 1997, he actively took part in three IPOs, contributed to the launch of several technology start-ups, helped establish a start-up incubator in Paris and set up technology firms in Boston and San Francisco. Before that, he was VP and Research Director at PAC, an independent provider of consultancy and marketing studies for the IT industry where he established successful research programs in Open Systems, IT spending and Outsourcing. Cédric studied for his PhD in Economics at the Sorbonne and holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Paris. He teaches business strategy in several master programs., dds@aueb.gr=Diomidis Spinellis is a Professor in the Department of Management Science and Technology at the Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece.  He is the author of two award-winning books, Code Reading and Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective, as well as more than 250 widely-cited scientific papers. In 2016 he published the book Effective Debugging: 66 Specific Ways to Debug Software and Systems. He has served for a decade as a member of the IEEE Software editorial board, authoring the regular “Tools of the Trade” column.  Dr. Spinellis has written the UMLGraph and CScout tools as well as code that ships with Apple’s macOS and BSD Unix. Dr. Spinellis is a senior member of the ACM and the IEEE. From January 2015 he is serving as the Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Software., simon@webmink.com=Simon Phipps is managing director of Meshed Insights Ltd, providing companies with open community engagement advice. He is a pro-bono director of the Open Source Initiative, the global steward of the Open Source Definition. OSI serves to advocate for, educate about and build bridges within the open source community; of The Document Foundation, stewards of LibreOffice; and of the Open Rights Group, protecting digital rights in the UK. His career has included early engagement in establishing Java, XML and weblogs as computer industry technologies as well as contributions to open standards in a variety of fields. As chief open source officer at Sun Microsystems he supervised the open source relicensing of Solaris Unix, Java and many other software systems., davide.diruscio@univaq.it=Davide Di Ruscio is an Assistant Professor at the University of L’Aquila. His main research interests include software engineering, and several aspects of Model Driven Engineering including domain-specific languages, model transformations, and model evolution. Over the last decade he has worked on several European projects by contributing the application of MDE in different application domains like service-based software systems, autonomous systems, and open source software (OSS). In the context of the FP7 MANCOOSI and OSSMETER projects, he worked on the problems of upgrading and analysing OSS. Currently, he's technical manager of the H2020 CROSSMINER project https://www.crossminer.org/. Contact him at davide.diruscio@univaq.it, christian.paterson@orange.com=A dynamic technology leader, working with Open Source to drive innovation, enhance user experience and deliver cost benefits within the telco industry. With many years international experience, I excel at the boundary between business and IT, leveraging a creative yet pragmatic approach to IT transformation and management., clement.oudot@savoirfairelinux.com=Open Source Identity Management guy, developer in LemonLDAP::NG, LDAP Tool Box, LDAP Synchronization Connector. Works at Savoir-faire Linux. , benoit.baudry@inria.fr=Benoit Baudry received his PhD from the Université of Rennes 1 in 2003, spent one year at CEA (French Nuclear Agency) in 2004 and one year at Colorado State University in 2008. Since 2012 he leads the DiverSE research team, at INRIA-Rennes.
His research intests cover software testing, code analysis and transformation, and software diversity. He regularly collaborates with industry and international research groups on these topics. He currently coordinates the H2020 STAMP project.
http://people.rennes.inria.fr/Benoit.Baudry/
, christophe.dorothe@smile.fr=Christophe Dorothé is R&D Project Leader at Smile. , thierry@openstack.org=Thierry Carrez is the Vice-President of Engineering at the OpenStack Foundation, helping ensure the long-term health of the OpenStack upstream open source project. He has been the Release Manager for the OpenStack project since its inception, coordinating the effort and facilitating collaboration between contributors. He is the elected chair of the OpenStack Technical Committee, which is in charge of the technical direction of the project.

Thierry spoke about OpenStack, open innovation and open source project management at various conferences around the world, including OSCON, LinuxCon, FOSDEM and OpenStack Summits. A Python Software Foundation fellow, he was previously the Technical lead for Ubuntu Server at Canonical, an operational manager for the Gentoo Linux Security Team, and an IT manager in various companies., epo.jemba@kametic.com=Epo Jemba has been designing applications for more than 17 years in various industries (Insurance, E-Commerce, Automobiles, Music Industry, etc ...)

Devops since the 2000s, agile before "agility", he contributes to the Libre with Nuun (of which he is the founder) and Seedstack (Co-founder)

Polyglot (Java, Go, Clojure, ...), he likes well designed solutions.

Fan of DDD and good practices (Clean Code, TDD, BDD), he likes well designed solutions.
, bruno.dillenseger@free.fr=Bruno Dillenseger is a computing scientist and engineer. He has been working in the field of distributed computing for years, integrating component-based architecture design, autonomic computing and then cloud computing to his fields of investigation. His contributions range from academic papers to code in open source projects. Since 2002, he is leading OW2's CLIF project, providing a highly adaptable Java framework for performance testing and monitoring. His work aims at supporting advanced automation and benchmarking features, in particular for performance testing over cloud technologies., ptrotin@microsoft.com=no bio, gabriele.ruffatti@eng.it=Director at Engineering Group's Technical, Innovation & Research Division, he is the head of the Big Data & Analytics and Open Source Competency Centers and founder of the SpagoWorld initiative. He has been member of the OW2 Board of Directors of OW2 since its inception. He participates in the Eclipse Foundation and is member of the Open Source Initiative. He has held senior management positions at Engineering Group in the fields of project and product management, software process improvement and design of innovative software architectures. He is an active supporter of various initiatives bringing innovation to industry, research and education., gabriel.engel@rocket.chat=Gabriel Engel is the founder and CEO of Rocket.Chat. Working between London and Porto Alegre, Brazil, he manages practical elements behind the scenes and has been the lead community facilitator since the company’s inception. He is also a co-founder of Konecty, and prior to that worked as Product Manager for Business Innovation and Mobile Applications at Vodafone Global Enterprise., jon.harper@paris.fr=Jon graduated from Telecom Paristech in 2010. He started as an ASIC engineer. After 5 years, in 2015, he joined the city of Paris as a Software engineer to work on large open source projects. On his free time, he contributes to some open sources projects, for example the factor programming language (http://factorcode.org)., bruno.carlin@waarp.fr; driss.demiray@waarp.fr=He is the main designer of Waarp Manager. With a solid experience as a "Project Manager", he has a functional and technical view of the platform.}