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Julian Studer has founded LORIOT with headquarter in Switzerland and offices in Valencia, Budapest, Berlin and Tel-Aviv. The company has been established in 2015 and counts today as one of the market leading IoT companies for LPWA networks. LORIOT provides SaaS services all round the world, in more than 130 countries we are operative and known with best reputation and track record.
After being 10 years a well-positioned top banker in Geneva and Zürich at one of the biggest banks in the finance Industry in Switzerland, Julian has decided to go his own way and start his company LORIOT.
Maximilian Roth is driving the business development for the new LPWAN standard mioty at the Fraunhofer-Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS and in the mioty alliance. He has more than 10 years of experience in evaluating and commercializing new technologies with partners from industry and research. His technological focus is on smart sensors, wireless communication as well as Energy Harvesting.
Aurelien Goutorbe drives multiple Cross solutions initiatives at Microsoft enabling customers to unlock the benefit of Industry 4.0 by focusing on business outcomes. He is the EMEA sales lead for Building Energy Management solutions and advises startups in the field of IoT. Previously, he was part of the Microsoft IoT sales team working with a global ecosystem of partners and leading projects in Manufacturing and Healthcare.
Before joining Microsoft, he spent 3 years at the World Economic Forum where he engaged with thought leaders from the public and private sectors to support the digitalization of our society. He did the first part of his career at Texas Instruments and Sagem, as product and sales manager.
Aurelien is driven by making our world more inclusive, innovative and sustainable.
Tejas Madan is an ABPM certified, knowledgeable and result-oriented Business Director with 11+ years of strong business development, marketing, & technical skills. He leads the sales, marketing and strategic alliances & partnership in the DACH and Southern EU region with focus on Mfg, ER and LS industries.
Tejas is a young leader, public speaker and achiever who excels at building long lasting relations enabling a loyal client base. His objective is to leverage his understanding of the customer value chain & cross industry experience to find unique solutions to customers’ problems and help them drive towards exponential value. He is focused on how emerging technology can be used to bring business transformation. enable sustainable competitive advantage for his customers , in harmony with the environment.
The right mix of business strategy, an understanding of a CXO’s mindset and extensive domain knowledge is what Tejas brings to the table for global brands.
Outside of work, Tejas likes to spend his free time with his family and sing songs sometimes. He is an ardent Harvey Specter fan.
Liliane Paradise is the Head of Hardware at Miromico, a renowned Swiss IoT company specializing in embedded electronics for IoT applications. With a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from ETH Zürich, Liliane brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her role. Having dedicated her career to the field of Embedded Hardware and Software, Liliane plays a crucial role in driving the development of innovative IoT solutions at Miromico. Her profound industry knowledge and leadership contribute to Miromico’s success as a leading provider of cutting-edge IoT solutions.
Michael Tränkler is driving IoT solutions for smart utilities at Diehl Metering. He has more than 10 years of experience in developing, implementing and customizing IoT projects together with partners. His focus is on planning future proven IoT solutions based on customer needs with easy-to-use processes.
Thomas Brunner completed his master’s degree in electrical engineering at ETH Zurich in 2018. During his master thesis, he worked on ultra-low power IoT devices and continued his work at ETH as a research assistant in the Integrated Systems Laboratory.
In 2019, Thomas Brunner joined Miromico AG as an embedded firmware engineer and put his knowledge into practice by developing embedded devices, especially using LoRaWan technology.
After two years at Miromico AG, Thomas Brunner became a project manager, where he was tasked with overseeing the implementation and success of various projects. This role gave him valuable insight into the entire project lifecycle, from conception to mass production.
In December 2022, Thomas Brunner was promoted to the role of software team leader, where he is responsible for organising, leading and ensuring the success of his team.
Pascal Nussbaum has graduated as an Electronic Engineer in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. He joigned CSEM in 1990 where he has been successively involved in IC design tools development, digital and mixed-mode IC design, CMOS imagers and embedded vision/AI systems. He participated in 2 startups respectively focused on mobile phones for cognitively impaired people and vision sensors for buildings surveillance and automation. Pascal has also been active in the toys and digital television industries and currently leads the Smart Connected Systems group at CSEM, with a focus on sustainable electronics and wireless power transfer (WPT).
Born in Dar-Es Salam, Tansania, Raised up in Pfäffikon Zürich, Indonesia Singapore and Basel he has seen a lot from his early age on. Gymnasium in Basel, Studies at ETH Zürich as Mechanical engineer, internship at Bosch in Germany and Civil Service in Zanzibar led 2013 to the current employer Gritec AG in Graubünden. Starting as an mechanical engineer, bringing ideas to life was one of his passion at work. This was intensified when he joined the Board of managers as Teamleader Innovation. He helped to develop that business unit to what it is now. Starting with only himself the team now consists out of 7 people. To stay true to his passion at work and have time for his family with two wonderful daughers he passed the Lead of the business unit on to his colleague and is now again working as Leader Innovation, helping to bring ideas to life in many different industries from Medical Devices to classic industrial automation, Always striving to find the best solution for the problem at hand.
Christoph Studer received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from ETH Zurich, Switzerland, in 2009. In 2005, he was a Visiting Researcher with the Smart Antennas Research Group at Stanford University. From 2006 to 2009, he was a Research Assistant in both the Integrated Systems Laboratory and the Communication Technology Laboratory (CTL) at ETH Zurich. From 2009 to 2012, Dr. Studer was a Postdoctoral Researcher at CTL, ETH Zurich, and the Digital Signal Processing Group at Rice University. In 2013, he has held the position of Research Scientist at Rice University. From 2014 to 2019, he was an Assistant Professor at Cornell University. From 2019 to 2020, he was an Associate Professor at Cornell University and at Cornell Tech in New York City. Since June 2020, Dr. Studer is an Associate Professor with the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. Since 2014, he is also an Adjunct Professor at Rice University.
Wouter Kok is the Chief Commercial Officer of bGrid and an expert in the field of intelligent buildings. He has been leading bGrid from its initial conception up to its current international scale-up phase. He combines technical understanding, with sound business and leadership skills. Through two decades of experience in building technology consultancy as a strategic consultant and director, he unifies Internet of Things and the building industry with solid business principles. He holds master degrees in aerospace engineering and management consultancy.
Simon Künzli obtained his master’s degree in electrical engineering and information technology in 02/2001, and his PhD in computer engineering in 05/2006, both from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ). From 2006 – 2022, he was with Siemens Smart Infrastructures Building Products working in various positions within R&D for Fire Safety & Security products. Since 2022, he has been with Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) as a senior lecturer for secure IoT systems, heading the research group IoT at the Institute of Embedded Systems (InES).
Sosan Nawid is lawyer and for more than two years in the board of IoT Business Hub.
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