Welcome new IBMers on board !

Starting from this September, three new IBMers: Alessandra Coletti, Emanuela Valle, and Marco Senatore have joined the project, and become new K-Drivers. Their will contribute to the Work Packages 8, learn semantic technologies and develop new skills, and also set up new cooperation with other colleagues in this project.

Alessandra Coletti has gained her Master degree in Mathematics in 2012 from the “Università degli Studi” of Pavia, and Master degree in Pianoforte in 2010 from the “Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali Franco Vittadini” of Pavia. Now she is a Data Scientist in IBM Italy, and currently works as a consultant in Customer & Social Analytics projects.

Emanuela Valle has gained a Master degree in Mathematics in 2011 from the Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata” , and a Master Degree in Mathematical Finance in 2012 from the Università degli Studi di Bologna “Alma Mater”. Now she is a consultant in IBM Italia and she is working as a Data Scientist in Customer and Social Analytics projects.

Marco Senatore has gained his PhD degree in Operations Research from the University of Rome “LA SAPIENZA” in 2013, majored in Routing Mechanisms for unreliable networks. He had been working at the IBM Zurich Research Laboratory between 2011 to 2012. Now he is a consultant at the IBM GLOBAL BUSINESS SERVICES in Rome.

IBMers are doing their secondment at the University of Aberdeen

Five IBMers: Dr. Marco Monti, Alessandro FaraottiAlessandra Coletti, Emanuela Valle , and Dr. Marco Senatore have come to Aberdeen to do their secondments, since 21 September 2015.

During this secondment, besides working on Work Package 8 and some related deliverables, they will strength their capabilities on using semantic technologies, and develop further cooperation with the colleagues in the University of Aberdeen.

At the same time, Dr. Yuting Zhao, the IBM team leader, is also visiting the University of Aberdeen. He will meet local colleagues in Aberdeen and work on Deliverable 8.1 and 8.2, and join an IBM-Aberdeen workshop, and also to prepare another project proposal.