Vice President Europe and Director of the IBM Research – Zurich Lab. Since November 2015 Curioni is leading the research activities for the Watson Internet of Things unit. Curioni is an internationally renowned leader in the area of high-performance computing and computational science. He and his colleagues received the US National Medal for Technology and Innovation in 2008 for IBM's high-performance computers.
Group Chief Investment Officer and Member of the Group Executive Committee at Swiss Re. Before joining Swiss Re in 1997, Fürer worked for eight years in leading positions for the Swiss Bank Corporation/O’Connor & Associates in option trading and structured capital markets transactions. He is a member of the World Bank Global Infrastructure Facility, the WEF Global Future Council and of the OECD long-term investment network.
Blockchain Workstream Lead at Swiss Re. In his role Rao is currently focused on driving Swiss Re's strategic agenda on blockchain. Prior to Swiss Re, he founded and served as executive management for InCH Info Solutions GmbH, a Swiss consultancy firm. Rao had served in various management roles for Teksels SA, an IT services firm focused on financial services.
Entrepreneur, consulting government agencies and companies about how to set up successful ICT related initiatives. Until 2016 Aet Rahe had been deputy government CIO at the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications. Aet Rahe is the chairman of the supervisory board of Estonian Internet Foundation and a guest lecturer at Tallinn Technical University and Tartu University.
Guido Baroncini Turricchia
Environmental Engineer, expert in geographic information systems and remote sensing. Since 2006 working around Europe in both University and private sector. In the last four years he focused his interest on Blockchain technology promoting the use of cryptocurrency. He co-founded Bitcoin Foundation Italia and the blockchain startup Helperbit, and is CEO of the latter.
President of Guardtime, a software security company that offers solutions for data governance and real-time detection and mitigation of cyberattacks based on blockchain technologies. Ruubel is a serial entrepreneur, with previous endeavors with technology based startups in telecom, law-enforcement and enterprise applications. He currently also serves as a Vice-Chair for the European Cybersecurity Organization (ECSO).
Founder and CEO of Lykke, a global marketplace for multiple assets and financial instrument built on the Bitcoin blockchain. Olsen is a pioneer in high frequency finance with extensive entrepreneurial experience. He is visiting professor at the Centre for Computational Finance and Economic Agents at the University of Essex and co-founded OANDA, a foreign exchange company.
Head of research and member of the executive board of the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute. The economist researches and analyses trends and counter-trends in the economy, society and consumption.
CEO of the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute, one of Europe’s leading think tanks for business and society. The focuses of David Bosshart’s work are trade, consumption, management and social change.