Pantelis Tziveloglou works as policy officer at the open science unit of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, contributing to the development and implementation of the European open science policy agenda including the relation of open science practices to reproducibility of research results, the development of the European Open Science Cloud, open science metrics and international cooperation on open science.
From 2015 until 2022 he held a post at the international cooperation directorate of the same Directorate-General, where he worked on the development of the EU’s new international research strategy (adopted in 2021), the development and monitoring of international cooperation in Horizon Europe and Horizon 2020, and as a desk officer for scientific cooperation with Russia and Central Asia (2018-2019) and China (2019).
Before joining the European Commission, Pantelis worked as a researcher in high-energy physics at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (2013-2015), École Polytechnique of Paris (2010-2013) and CERN (2007-2010). He holds a PhD in physics from Cornell University.
Główny specjalista w Departamencie Innowacji i Rozwoju Ministerstwa Edukacji i Nauki. Odpowiedzialny między innymi za kwestie związane z High Performance Computing, sztuczną inteligencją, technologiami kwantowymi i otwartą nauką.
Karel Luyben is Rector Magnificus Emeritus of the Delft University of Technology as off 2018. He was Rector Magnificus of the Delft University of Technology from 2010 till 2018. Before that he served as Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences for almost 12 years.
In 1983 he was appointed full professor in Biochemical Engineering at the Delft University of Technology, and from there has gained experience in research, starting a SME, research leadership and leading European organisations like the European Federation of Biotechnology, CESAER and now the European Open Science Cloud Association.>
Presently he is primarily active in the domain of Open Science. He is National Coordinator for Open Science in the Netherlands; Chairman of the Board of the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences; involved with the Open Science Taskforces of CESAER and EUA and since December 2019 he is President of the European Open Science Cloud Association (EOSC-A).
Throughout his career, he has provided and continues to provide consultation services to research organisations, industries and governments in the areas of Technology and Strategy & Policy.