Delphine Courvoisier, Paul-Olivier Dehaye, Olivier Lange, Jean-Luc Falcone
University of Geneva
Delphine Courvoisier is an epidemiologist, professor at the faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva, working at the University Hospitals of Geneva. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she is the information management lead at the surgeon general office, general directorate of health, Geneva, Switzerland.
Paul-Olivier Dehaye is a mathematician by training, the founder of data protection nonprofit PersonalData.IO, Board Member at data empowerment nonprofit MyData Global Network, and the CEO of collective intelligence company Hestia.ai.
Olivier Lange is a software developer and architect, founder of Hikima.dev open-source collective and Gōng-fu I/O community of practice. He’s using Neo4j since 2014 for data migration, data lineage, knowledge graph; and researching multilayer-graph visualizations.
Jean-Luc Falcone is a senior researcher and teacher at the Computer Science department, University of Geneva. He is the head of the scientific computing development team for the University.
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