Guillem Alenyà holds a tenured position at Spanish Scientific Research Council CSIC. He received a PhD degree (Doctor Europeus) from UPC in 2007 with a work on mobile robot navigation using active contours, which he partly developed at the Robosoft company in France, where he was supported by a EU-FP6 Marie-Curie scholarship. He has been visitor at KIT-Karlsruhe (2007), INRIA-Grenoble (2008) and BRL-Bristol(2016). He has participated in numerous scientific and technological transfer projects involving image understanding, next-best-view, rule learning and plan execution tasks. From Jan 2009 to Apr 2011 he served as head of the Robotics Department and is currently part of IRI’s board.
Antonio Andriella is a PhD student at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, working at Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, CSIC-UPC. His focus is on Robot Personalisation in Eldercare.
In the past years, he worked as Machine Learning and Computer Vision expert. He has been developing and prototyping machine learning algorithms and computer vision systems for automotive and mobile industries.
On top of that he had the opportunity to be the AI lead into the first gaze tracking solution for a F1 simulator at Ferrari Spa.