Welcome to the 21st edition of the GeoIT Talks!
This time, the GEO IT Talks are hosted by T-Labs / TU Berlin in the Tower at Ernst-Reuter-Platz
After a host welcome from T-Labs Dr. Peter Ruppel we run different talks. These are in prepartion.
Where: T-Labs, Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7, 10587 Berlin, 20th floor “Auditorium”
When: 11th of March 2019, 7:00pm to 9:30pm CET
Dr. Peter Ruppel
Host and GeoIT Advisor Board
Peter is a research associate and lecturer at the Service-centric Networking group of Prof. Dr. Axel Küpper at Technische Universität Berlin/Telekom Innovation Laboratories. His current research interests incldude distributed ledger analytics, mobile services, location data analytics, mobile cloud computing and context-aware applications
Ian is a successful Entrepreneur and Product Designer based in Berlin. He has deep experience in Design, Design Thinking, Prototyping and Agile Methodologies. For two decades Ian has held professional creative positions at leading companies in Ireland, Germany & UK. His work has been enjoyed by millions around the world. Previously, Ian cofounded Fluid Software and led the Product Design on a breakthrough prototyping tool for UX designers. Fluid UI is used by over a million users from 120 countries with notable customers including T-Mobile, Siemens, Oracle and Google. Ian is also a dedicated mentor to high potential startups in several Techstars accelerators, The Metro Group, SAP.io Foundry and SAP Venture Studio Intrapreneurship cohort as part of the „1 billion lives“ social good initiative.
Sebastian is working within the Institute Telekom Innovation Laboratories at the chair Service-centric Networking led by Prof. Dr. Axel Küpper
Researcher at TU Berlin — Telekom Innovation Laboratories
Bersant currently pursuing his PhD with a focus on adaptive location-based services. As a Research Associate he was involved successfully on several industry-related projects at an international level. Furthermore, he is an alumni of the Software Campus program which trains young leaders in IT in Germany.
Pauline is a Research Project Coordinator working for TomTom. As a part of the RnI team, she manages the TomTom’s contribution within four research projects financed by the European Commission in the scope of H2020 and covering some topics: C-ITS, Maas, Crowdsourcing, Big Data, Smart City.
Jan is a seasoned startup entrepreneur and ecosystem developer. He founded tech and non-tech companies, supported the growth of startup ecosystems in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middles East. Before that, he consulted Dax-listed companies on organisational development and team building and led interdisciplinary research projects on the intersection of internet, politics and society. Jan holds an advanced degree (M.A.) in Political Science, Economics and Business Administration from Stuttgart University.
Besides his role as the chair of the Wherecamp Navigation Conference, he was appointed to a professorship for Geoinformatics and GeoIT with e.g. navigation, location based applications and spatial data infrastructures at the Beuth University of Technology in Berlin in 2008. Prior he was active at the Institute for Geoinformatics of the University of Münster (ifgi) and at con terra GmbH (2005–2008). He received his PhD via the Fraunhofer Institute for Software and System Engineering (ISST/FOCUS) in Berlin, Dortmund and Beijing (Prof. Yanbo Han, CAS ICT/NCUT) (2000–2005). Roland Wagner holds an degree in aerospace engineering of the University of Stuttgart with specializations in control theory and informatics. Within that academic frame he was also active at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and at EPF in Paris and lived there. Toulouse (Airbus Flight Test) and Kiev (Institute for Navigation, KPI) were other locations.
Dr. Heiko Lehmann
Trained a physicist, Lehmann received a PhD in Theoretical Physics from Humboldt University Berlin in 1992. Following postdoctoral academic work at Oxford University and the German National Society for Mathematics and Informatics, he joined the telematics subsidiary of Volkswagen Group. In 2006, Lehmann joined T-Labs where he took over responsibility for a portfolio of innovation projects. Recently, he is focusing on “Artificial Intelligence” functionality in the carrier context. His principal scientific and innovation interests are self-organization, complex systems and optimization in a wide variety of application areas.
Damir is working as Senior Business Development Manager at Navigine.