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Wojciech Szulc is research worker and Deputy Financial and Operational Director. Specialist in the field of plastic deformation of metal, business consultancy for steel sector in that in the area of environmental protection. An expert in the field of best available BAT techniques for further metal processing (FMP) – member of TWG for FMP BREF review - JRC EIPPCB in Seville. V-ce President of European Steel Technology Platform ESTEP. Co-author of industry guide on the application of BAT techniques for the metallurgical industry ordered of the Ministry of the Environment.
Dr. Catalin Popescu is Professor of Management at Petroleum-Gas University from Ploiesti, Romania. His research and consulting interest include general management, engineering management, project management, quantitative methods for business and management, human resource management, operations management, energy and environmental management, feasibility studies and petroleum economics. He received in 1991 a degree in Engineering, a degree in Management (2000) and a PhD (2001) in Automated Systems concern Modelling and simulation of production systems, from the University of Oil and Gas from Ploiesti, Romania. He became, in 2016, PhD Advisor for Engineering and Management domain with a habilitation thesis entitled: Researches and contributions to the development of managerial tools for the sustainable management of conventional and non-conventional resources of energy and for the innovation in education and research.
Mohammed Hussain Alanbari Industrial Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Master in Control and Instrumentation and Energy from the University of Brighton in London, specialist in Industrial Automation. Projects: SPRIT PAORAMA (Perception and Navigation Organization for Autonomous Mobile Applications), BRITE PSYCHO (Powerful Tools for Identification and Control of Highly Non-Linear Process) MAVIR, SINAMED, ISIS, TEFILA2. I am currently working in the fields of applying nanotechnologies in renewable energy.
Professor Mateo Gasparovic, Ph.D. is the head of the chair of photogrammetry and remote sensing of the faculty of geodesy, University of Zagreb. As a scientist, Prof. Gasparovic actively works on the development and application of advanced remote sensing and photogrammetry methods in environmental science, geoinformation system, documentation of cultural heritage and the development of UAVs.