Ali Muhammad

Ali Muhammad is a Senior Scientist at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. He obtained his Ph.D. in the field of robotics (2011) from Tampere University of Technology (TUT). Since 2001, he has been involved in the research on several robotics projects. Ali has authored and co-authored over 32 publications in the fields of robotics, control, teleoperation, haptics, modelling and simulation and formal validation, and verification of control system. He represents VTT on euRobotics and EFFRA technology platforms. Additionally, Ali has over 15 years of experience of implementing and coordinating several national and international projects in industry and academia. He has led multinational and multidisciplinary teams of mechanical, electrical, software and control engineers for successful completion of projects on control systems and robotics. Ali has been part of I4MS CSA, which developed the DIHs across Europe and created a mentoring program for the DIHs. Currently, he is the coordinator of L4MS (Logistics for Manufacturing SMEs), Better Factory (Grow your Manufacturing Business) DIH² (A Pan-European Network of Robotics DIHs for Agile Production), leading the largest DIHs with a network on manufacturing, covering 26 European countries. ‍

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Robert Babuska

Prof. Robert Babuska received the M.Sc. (Hons.) degree in control engineering from the Czech Technical University in Prague, in 1990, and the Ph.D. (cum laude) degree from TU Delft, the Netherlands, in 1997. He has had faculty appointments with the Czech Technical University in Prague and with the Electrical Engineering Faculty, TU Delft. Currently, he is a full professor of Intelligent Control and Robotics at TU Delft, Faculty 3mE, Department of Cognitive Robotics. He has extensive experience with leading research project teams and in 2012 he established the TU Delft Robotics Institute (robotics.tudelft.nl) of which was the scientific director until 2016. His research interests include adaptive and learning control, reinforcement learning, nonlinear system identification, state estimation, and dynamic multi-agent systems. He has been involved in the applications of these techniques in various fields, ranging from process control to robotics and aerospace. Dr. Babuska has published three research monographs, three edited books, and over 280 scientific papers. He is the recipient of the 2009 Andrew P. Sage Award for the best paper published annually in IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. He served as the chair of the IFAC technical committee on Cognition and Control and as associate editor in several archived journals, including Automatica, IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, and Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence.

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Jamileh Javidpour

Jamileh Javidpour (1973) is an Assistant/Associated Professor at the University of Southern Denmark, in the department of Biology. She is interested in the marine food web where jellyfish (cnidarians and ctenophores) take over the top predator position or build a bloom, motivated by growing attention in ecological role of jellies for the ocean under climate change. Her research questions are revolving around the ecological role of jellies on marine ecosystems including invasion ecology, developmental biology and deep-sea ecology. She has participated in 13 international and national research projects and has co-authored numerous articles in the field. Most notably, she has been the coordinator of Horizon 2020 project “GoJelly” (total budget of 6 million €), co-inventor of a patent (Flow2Vortex), winner of the Innovation prize at GEOMAR, has featured in over 3000 magazines, newspapers, radio and TV interviews; she has been teaching and coordinating middle-sized researchships (Alkor and Poseidon), guest editor for special topic “From pollution to solution, innovations in and from the Sea” in Frontiers in Marine Science, as well as subject editor for the Journal of Marine Biology Research.

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Petrica Stroi

Petrica Stroi (1967) is the current technical director of the Administration for water basins for the Someș-Tisa region of Romania (Administrației bazinala de apă Someș-Tisa). This is a subdivision of the Romanian Waters National Administration (Apele Române), a public institution of national interest with legal personality. It is financed from its own revenues, under the coordination of the central public authority in the field of waters, respectively the Ministry of Environment, Waters and Forests. Mr. Stroi is a hydrotechnical engineer with a specialization on hydrotechnical constructions, and has working experience in quantitative and qualitative water management in different geographic areas of Romania. He has been the co-author of a chapter of the 'Water Management and the Environment: Case Studies' book, published in 2018.

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Ruud Baartmans

Ruud Baartmans (1967) is a senior project manager at TNO Strategic Analysis & Policy, department of Strategy & Policy. He has a BASc in biotechnology and is employed by TNO since 1997. From 2005 he gained a broad experience with project management of various research projects on environment, policy, water management, sustainability in the built environment, key enabling technologies and Digital Innovation Hubs, on national and European (FP6, FP7, H2020) level. Ruud was involved in the development of the Dutch Smart Industry Implementation Agenda (2018) and the Dutch National Agenda Photonics (2019). Currently he is the project coordinator of H2020 DIHNET.EU . This CSA aims to create a sustainable pan-European network of networks, with a focus on regional Digital Innovation Hubs . Ruud is also part of the H2020 RODIN project, a pan-European network of networks aiming to bring together European Digital Innovation Hubs in robotics on healthcare, agile production, infrastructure inspection and maintenance, and agri-food.

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