Francesca Spigarelli - scientific supervisor of the project, WP3 and WP4 leader and ESR6 lead supervisor. Professor of Applied economics, expertise in internationalization strategies and mode of entry; Chinese Foreign Direct investments, Chinese healthcare and environmental industries,
Paolo Palchetti - ESR5 Lead supervisor. Professor of International Law, expertise in international law and protection of fundamental rights. He is the director of the PhD programme in Legal Studies and vice Dean of the PhDschool
Erik Longo, professor of Constitutional Law, expertise in legal protection of health and privacy issues. He teaches Information and communication law and public law. He served as visiting scholar at Center for Civil and Human
Simone Calzolaio - Task 1.1 leader. Professor of Information and communication law and public law, expertise in privacy and data protection legal issues. He has been Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Oulu in 2015.
Barbara Chiucconi - WP7 leader. She is head of the International Research office at the University of Macerata, she is an experienced project manager of several EU research project (POREEN, CHETCH, DESIGN-MTS, GRAGE).
Milan Petković - ESR2, 4 and 5 lead supervisor. He is the Head of Data Science Department at Philips Research, expertise in Security, Privacy and Trust in Modern Data Management. He has published more than 50 journal and conference papers.
Paul Koster, senior scientist at the Data Science department, where he is responsible for research and project management for projects in the area of information security. He contributed to several standardization activities
Jan Korst, principal Scientist, expertise in combinatorial optimization, machine learning and the design and analysis of algorithms. He is currently involved in machine learning applications in the domain of healthcare.
Dietwig Lowet, scientist at Philips, expertise in data analysis and predictive modelling for personal health care. He is a senior scientist focusing in data analysis and predictive modeling for personal health care.
Gerhard Spekowius, healthcare business development manager, expertise in future personal and mobile health solutions for Europe and China. He hamore than 25 years of experience as director of healthcare business
Daniel Pletea is a research scientist in Philips Research in the Data Science department, where he is currently involved in projects in the area of information security. His interests include secure system architecture
Bart Vanrumste, professor at the Dep. of Electrical Engineering, supervision of data analytics activities based on his main expertise in health monitoring and applied machine learning. He has (co)authored over 90 peer reviewed
Wouter Joosen, full professor at the Department of Computer Science; supervision of the security and privacy analytics based on his main expertise in security and distributed software.
Danny Hughes, supervision of data analytics profiles on sensor networks based on his main expertise in the IoT devices. He is Professor within the DistriNet (Distributed Systems and Computer Networks) research group
Hans Hallez, Assistant professor, supervision of data analytics profiles on heterogeneous data based on his main expertise in the integration of software systems in sensor systems. He conducts research on electronics and sensor
Stijn Luca is a postdoctoral researcher in applied statistics at ESAT-STADIUS, faculty of engineering technology, KU Leuven. He is (co)-author of 20 publications in international journals and conferences.
Kim Wuyt, senior postdoctoral researcher at the Dep. of Computer Science, supervision of the security and privacy analytics based on her main expertise in privacy by design.
Dimitri Van Landuyt is a research expert in Software Engineering at imec-DistriNet, the Distributed Systems research group of the Department of Computer Science of KU Leuven, Belgium.
Sam Michiels is Industrial Research Manager within the DistriNet research group of the Dept. of Computer Science at KU Leuven. He has more than 15 years of experience in industry collaboration
Wei Chen, professor and director CIME, IEEE senior member, associate editor IEEE JBHI, expertise in smart sensor systems, patient monitoring, and ambient assistive living.
Lv Ping is associate professor at the School of Economics and Management. Expertise: Chinese foreign direct investment, cross-border M&A, global business strategy, global innovation network.
Jerry Yu (Yu, Donghai) currently works in Philips Research China as Department Head of Personal Health China department. The department focus on Nutrition Health, Repository Health and digital personal heal solution
Christoph Lattemann, Professor of Business Administration and Information Management, Director of D-Forge and China Global Center at Jacobs University. Expertise: Digital Transformation (in particular Design Thinking)
Andrea Ricci has coordinated several major EU foresight and interdisciplinary projects. He has published extensively on Forward Looking Analysis and was among others rapporteur of the EU expert group “Global Europe
Claudio Carlone, Director, has 20 years of experience in managing complex national/transnational projects. Extensive experience in training and life-long learning projects, coordination of training courses
Marco Carulli works as Programme Operations Manager at the Central Management Unit of the AAL (Active and Assisted Living) Programme, where he coordinates the Programme annual calls for proposals
Ralf Brederlow started his career at Corporate Research of Infineon Technologies as designer and later technical project manager in 1999 working on CMOS process related design for manufacturing, security aspects of MCUs
Marco Gasparroni is regional head Greater China for Exprivia Group and CEO of Exprivia IT Solutions (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. He is Vice-President of the Italy Chamber of Commerce in China (CCIC).