hellekin is a free software activist with almost three decades experience with organizing grassroots events and virtual communities. He co-founded petites singularités in 2017.
petites singularités (p.s.: ), a non-profit registered in Brussels, aims to bring a different outlook on transindividual aesthetics with regard to local collectives and their digital practices.
p.s.: provides mentorship for the NGI Zero consortium to free software developers, including ActivityPub developers active on the SocialHub.
p.s.: is an affiliate member of the European Digital Rights network.
p.s.: is active in free software, digital rights, independent publishing, transdisciplinary research related to digital technologies (from feminist video games, digital collective practices, and public digital infrastructure to metal mining, water protection, and e-waste...).
Better known as Brusselsgeek, Jennifer Baker has been a journalist in print, radio and television for more than 20 years, the last 10 or so specialising in EU policy and live event presentation.
Regularly listed as one of the top influencers in the EU bubble, Jennifer was named #1 Tech Influencer 2019 by ZN, and listed by Politico as one of the #1 Tech Influencer 2019 by ZN, and listed by Politico as one of the Top 20 Women Shaping Brussels in 2017. Onalytica ranked her as one of the world's Top 100 Influencers on Data Security 2016.
She regularly features as an EU expert on BBC radio, Euronews, Sky News and other media, and hosts Brussels’ must-watch weekly round-up show TOTW for Euractiv. From editing a national daily paper in Malta to reporting on European affairs for Middle Eastern television, she has worked across a wide range of media and written for some of the biggest names in publishing. Jennifer has a wealth of experience in navigating the political quagmire of the EU and is skilled in translating EU policy-speak into understandable English.
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Dr. Barelle has a multidisciplinary background which spans biomedical engineering as well as information and communication technology (ICT). it positions her to bridge the gap between technology and its ethical, societal, and practical implications. Her research focuses on the development of specific solutions that support decision makers of various sectors e.g. health care, automotive, construction ... always putting at the center of the innovation process the end users. One of the major protagonists of several European Projects, she has also a long experience in EU project management from the planning and procurement to the execution of the project. Currently R&D Project Manager at European Dynamics, she is the coordinator of the HORIZON EUROPE NGI TRUSTCHAIN project, of the HORIZON 2020 NGI ONTOCHAIN project and she participates in the research and management tasks of the HORIZON 2020 INCISIVE project. One watchword : Ensure that digital technologies serves humanity while upholding essential values and rights that have shaped our physical world till now, toward a better and more inclusive future for all!
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS is a leading Information Technologies service provider and software developer in the field of e-government, operating internationally as a group of companies, with offices and antennas in Athens, Berlin, Basel, Brussels, Copenhagen, London, Luxembourg, Nicosia, Stockholm, etc. The group designs, develops, supports and operates complex IT systems and commercialises a wide range of software products in the field of e-government, using state-of-the-art technologies. EUROPEAN DYNAMICS operates along the following lines:
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS' expertise covers, among other things, the following areas in the field of e-government:
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS designs, develops, commercialises and supports its own software products in the above domains.
The group generates annual revenues in the range of EURO 40 million, with an EBITDA in the range of 20%. The value of our contract portfolio exceeds EURO 250 million.
EUROPEAN DYNAMICS employs over 1000 engineers, IT experts and consultants (around 3% PhD, 36% MSc and 53% BSc or equivalent). The group's staff is multilingual and multinational with in-depth experience in the delivery of services to the government sector worldwide.