Dr. Jordi Mongay Batalla is an Associate Professor at National Institute of Telecommunications. He is the Head of Internet Technologies and Applications Department at the NIT. Moreover, he is with Warsaw University of Technology at part time. Jordi Mongay Batalla took part (coordination and/or participation) in more than 10 international ICT research projects, four of them inside the EU ICT Framework Programmes. His research interest focuses mainly on IoT, Smart Homes, Smart Cities and Multimedia Applications. Quality of Service (Diffserv, NGN) in both IPv4 and IPv6 infrastructures, Future Internet architectures (Content Aware Networks, Information Centric Networks) as well as applications for Future Internet (Internet of Things, Smart Cities, IPTV). He is author or co-author of more than 100 papers published in books, international and national journals and conference proceedings. He has participated in tenths of TPC and has coordinated several Special Issues in renowned journals (e.g., IEEE ComMag).
Dr. Jérôme François is a permanent researcher at INRIA in the Madynes Team. Previously, he was a research associate at the SnT of University of Luxembourg. He studied at Telecom Nancy, a French leading school in computer science. He received his Ph.D. on robustness and identification of communicating applications from the University Henri Poincaré in Nancy (France) in December 2009. He published several papers in major conferences on topics related to security and network management (IFIP Networking, IEEE/IFIP NOMS, IEEE/IFIP IM, RAID, IEEE ICC, CNSM) for which he also served as TPC member. His research interests are in network management with a special focus on security mechanisms for new network paradigms like SDN; NFV and ICN.
Prof. Dr. Thomas Engel is Professor for Computer Networks and Telecommunications at the University of Luxembourg and head of the SECAN-Lab team at SnT. From 1987 to 1995 he studied Physics and Computer Science at the University of Saarbruecken, Germany, where he graduated in 1992 and received the title Dr. rer. nat. in 1996. Between 1996 and 2003, as joint founder, he was a member of the board of directors and vice-director of the Fraunhofer-guided Institute for Telematics e.V. in Trier, Germany, co-responsible for the scientific orientation and development of the institute, definition, acquisition and realization of all research projects, which were 70% industry-financed. Since 2002, he has taught and conducted research as a professor at the IST/University of Luxembourg. His SECAN-Lab team deals with performance, privacy and identity handling in Next Generation Networks.