Daniel P. Waknine
Bussinessman with extensive experience of more than 20 years in banking services such as ING, BNP Paribas, insurance companies such as Achmea. Graduated in law, he is fluent in 5 languages and for several years he has started his career as the founder of various business projects, such as Complynow, Auditnow or Ecopower Solutions.
Juan Manuel García Chamizo
Degree in Physical Sciences from the University of Granada, area of Electricity and Electronics, and a PhD in Computer Engineering from the University of Alicante. Professor at the University of Alicante since 1985. Professor of Computer Architecture and Technology.
Founder and director of the Industrial Informatics and Computer Networks research group since its inception in 1998, he has carried out several dozen publicly funded research projects and a similar number of collaborative projects with companies. Accredits research in systems theory and information, communications and control technologies: computer networks, robotics, industrial systems, biomedical systems, digital systems for IoT and smartcity, artificial vision, low-level processing, life assisted by the environment, process planning, and knowledge modeling.
In these fields he has supervised a score of doctoral theses and is the author of more than 200 scientific publications, both in specialized international journals, as well as contributions to conferences and book chapters.
Director of the Scientific Unit for Business Innovation Ars Innovatio, of the University of Alicante, for innovation and business transfer. He has also promoted the creation of Nouss Intelligence, another Technology Based Company of the University of Alicante.
Sergio Gómez Trillo
PhD in Building, Urbanism, Technology and Development and Diploma in Technical Architecture from the University of Alicante. He has studied Project Management Master for 2 years jointly taught by the COAATA. 8 years of experience in the urban sector, project management, team coordination and development of strategic real estate action plans and more than 3 years as Innovation Agent.
Researcher and entrepreneur by vocation, he has been recognized with the New Business Ideas Award in 2017, awarded by the Business Foundation of the University of Alicante (Fundeun) and the Impulso Award 2018 granted by the University of Alicante.
Javier Ferrández Pastor
Industrial Engineer from the University of Oviedo (UO) and PhD in Computer Engineering from the University of Alicante (UA). My activity since 2001 is professor in the area of architecture and computer technologies at the University of Alicante.
I carry out teaching activities in the area and participate in research projects. I lead development and innovation activities with technology transfer agreements with different companies.
My lines of research are related to information, communication and control technologies (TICC) and control and sensorization applications based on the integration of digital enabling technology in the field of so-called Industry 4.0.
My interest in these technologies over the last few years has allowed me to evolve and acquire experience and knowledge that I am currently applying to systems based on the Internet of Things (IoT) and the development of automation from the Intelligence paradigm Environmental.
Miguel Molina Carmona
MBA-Master in Business Administration at Oxford Brookes University and Bachelor of Sociology, specialty Marketing and Advertising at the University of Alicante.
He has extensive international experience (he has worked in Spain, Great Britain, Italy, Taiwan and China). After his time at the General Foundation of the University of Alicante, he made stays at the EJTN-GEIE, at the CNR in Milan and the EUIPO in Alicante, he was Marketing Executive and sales of international rights at GRIMM PRESS, CITE Publishing Group in Taipei and later, Director of Business Development at TRADECO in Shanghai for 8 years, focusing his activity on internationalization consulting. Since 2015 he has been tutor of Internationalization and International Communication at IVACE.
He is currently the project coordinator of the ARS INNOVATIO Business Innovation Scientific Unit for technology transfer.