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    Interop summit 2018 - speakers

    Natalia Aristimuño Pérez

    Head of Unit DIGIT.D2 in the European Commission
    Natalia Aristimuño Pérez is responsible for the Interoperability unit in the Directorate-General of Informatics in
    the European Commission since March 2017.
    Before she has been the head of the units delivering solutions on human resources, decision
    making, document management and knowledge management domains. Since she joined the
    European Commission in the year 2000, she has always been involved in providing solutions
    allowing making users' life easier and the institution more efficient.
    She has an IT background, graduated in Deusto University (Bilbao, Spain) and has a deep
    knowledge of the business domains she works with.

    Ingrid H.J. Vanden Berghe

    Jonkvrouw (lady) Ingrid H.J. Vanden Berghe graduated as an agricultural engineer at
    KULeuven, specialized in soil science. She started as a researcher before joining the public
    service. She was advisor to the minister of Environment, Public Works, Town and Land Use
    Planning. and worked in the core of Belgian politics as director of the research center of the
    Christian Democrat parties and first advisor to the president of the party. In 2002 she
    returned to the world of geographical information as General administrator of the National
    Geographic Institute, a civil organization under the MOD. She is currently President of
    EuroGeographics and member of the board of several research organizations and is a part
    time lecturer at KULeuven. In her free time she runs her husband’s organic cattle farm since
    his death. She has 3 children aged between 27 and 19.

    Helen Kaestner

    Helen Kaestner has over 20 years’ experience as Programme and Project manager and consultant. She has work in several Programmes and projects for clients of the Public Administration and private sector.

    Since September 2016 she works for EuroGeographics AISBL as Transition Programme Manager to build the operational “European Location Service” (ELS) and she also manages in this role the EU funded “Open ELS” project.

    Edouard Vercruysse

    Edouard Vercruysse est chef de projet chez e-Wallonie-Bruxelles Simplification (eWBS). Il est actif depuis de plus de 10 ans dans le domaine de l’administration électronique et a participé à de nombreux projet fédéraux, régionaux et locaux en la matière. Il a conseillé les villes et communes dans leur stratégie ICT. Il est passionné par l’expérience que les services publics proposent aux usagers et par beaucoup d’autres choses...

    Bernard Dubuisson

    Bernard Dubuisson est responsable "Administration Electronique" chez e-Wallonie-Bruxelles Simplification (eWBS), le service commun en charge de la simplification administrative et de l’administration électronique pour la Wallonie et la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles. Il a pour mission de proposer et de mettre en œuvre des solutions innovantes pour faciliter les interactions digitales entre les citoyens et leurs institutions publiques.

    Cédric Jeanmart

    Cédric Jeanmart est responsable de la Banque Carrefour d’Echange de Données (BCED) depuis 2 ans. Il est arrivé chez e-Wallonie-Bruxelles Simplification (eWBS), le service commun en charge de la simplification administrative et de l’administration électronique pour la Wallonie et la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, début 2013. Auparavant, Cédric a travaillé dans le développement informatique pour les institutions Fédérales.

    Bart Hanssens

    Interoperability Expert at the Belgian Federal Public Service BOSA DG Digital transformation. Bart is a long-time advocate of  (and contributor to) open data, open standards and open source. He is the Belgian representative to the EU Multi-Stakeholder Platform on ICT Standardisation, participated in the review of linked data vocabulary application profiles like DCAT-AP and CPSV-AP, and promotes the adoption of IPv6.

    Barbara Van Den Haute

    Barbara Van Den Haute is Administrator-General at the Flanders Information Agency. Barbara supports the transition towards an Information Driven Government.  As the Chair of the Flemish Steering Committee for Information and ICT-policy, she is promoting a coherent government-wide information policy. In addition, Barbara implements a more rational government, advocating Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence.

    Ziggy Vanlishout

    Ziggy Vanlishout has been working for the Flemish Government since 2003. For many years Ziggy was product manager of the spatial address registry project, the Roads registry and the buildings registry project. Today Ziggy is the programme manager of the authentic information sources programme at the Flanders Information Agency.  In the Flemish Steering Committee for Information and ICT-policy Ziggy chairs the working group on authentic data sources.

    Raf Buyle

    Raf Buyle is involved in strategic e-Government projects for local and regional governments since 2002. As an Information Architect at the Flanders Information Agency, Raf tries to implement solutions for a more rational and more interoperable e-government. Raf also is a board member of Open Knowledge Belgium, promoting Open Data. In the Flemish Steering Committee for Information and ICT-policy Raf Chairs the working group on Open Data Standards.

    Simon Vander Elst

    Simon Vander Elst is advisor ICT and e-government at the cabinet of Liesbeth Homans, Vice-Minister-President of the Flemish Government, responsible for the transition towards an Information-Driven Government and the programme Flanders Radically Digital. Before, Simon was a researcher at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences at Ghent University, focusing on Scientific research in Business – IT alignment in public organizations and strategic e-government initiatives. Simon holds a Master in Public Administration and Management and a PhD. in Political Science from Ghent University.

    Bart Rosseau

    Bart Rosseau (Gent, 1970) is bij de stad Gent verantwoordelijk voor het beleid rond data, en is ook internationaal actief als voorzitter van de Werkgroep Data bij Eurocities.

    Delen en hergebruik is hierbij de rode draad, of het nu gaat over samenwerking met burgers, tussen dienst of overheidsniveaus – het zoeken naar een gemeenschappelijke definitie is het begin van alle datawerk.

    Pieter Colpaert

    Pieter Colpaert is post-doctoraal onderzoeker bij IDLab – UGent – IMEC. Hij neemt momenteel de rol op van technologisch coördinator van het Smart Flanders programma, waarbij hij samen met de centrumsteden het Linked Open Data landschap wil een duw in de rug geven. Hij zetelt tevens in de raad van bestuur van Open Knowledge Belgium, waar hij in navolging van het onderwerp van zijn doctoraat, aan de kar trekt van open mobiliteitsdata in België.