Dan Dimancescu

DAN DIMANCESCU - A diverse career includes originating four expeditions for the National Geographic Magazine; management consulting to Fortune 500 high-technology companies in the United States and Europe; guest university lecturer or professorships at leading US university MBA and engineering programs; author or co-author of books on technology policy and management as well as the more recent "ROMANIA REDUX: A View from Harvard." His education includes Dartmouth College, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and Harvard Business School. He is a dual US and Romania citizen.

Giuseppe Biagini

Giuseppe Biagini was born in Lucca, Italy, in 1957. Graduated in 1982 from University of Pisa with a degree in Computer Science. From 1982 to 1986 – Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science, teaching Mathematical Modeling and Simulation Course. Conducted research activity in the fields of Queuing Systems, through mathematical models based on Coxian distribution functions and Markov networks. Dal 1985 al 1993 - Visiting Scientist at IBM Research Lab in Tucson, Arizona, USA. Collaborated to the definition of an innovative model for a Control Unit of Disk Systems in Large-Size Mainframes, through the definition of analytical and simulation models of behavioral transactions in I/O systems with cache Since leaving IBM in 1993, he starts investing in Information Technology Companies for the development of commercial software in the financial and beverage industries (Italy, USA and Romania). Since 2010 he collaborates with the International Traditional Knowledge Institute (ITKI), an UNESCO recognized Institute whose objective isthe protection of the World Traditional Knowledge. In 2011 he establishes ITKI in the USA (Tucson, Arizona).

Tobias Salathe

Tobias Salathe received his MSc.and PhD degrees from Basel University and has worked with ICBP (now BirdLife International) and DG XI of the European Commission, among other posts, and most recently with the Station Biologique de la Tour du Valat in Arles, France. He speaks and writes all of the Ramsar languages and German as well, and is the author of a large number and variety of research reports and other publications. He joined the Secretariat in 1999.

Dan Dimancescu –  A diverse career includes originating four expeditions for the National Geographic Magazine; management consulting to Fortune 500 high-technology companies in the United States and Europe; guest university lecturer or professorships at leading US university MBA and engineering programs; author or co-author of books on technology policy and management as well as the more recent „ROMANIA REDUX: A View from Harvard.” His education includes Dartmouth College, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and Harvard Business School. He is a dual US and Romania citizen.

 

Giuseppe Biagini was born in Lucca, Italy, in 1957. Graduated in 1982 from University of Pisa with a degree in Computer Science.

From 1982 to 1986 – Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science, teaching Mathematical Modeling and Simulation Course. Conducted research activity in the fields of Queuing Systems, through mathematical models based on Coxian distribution functions and Markov networks.

Dal 1985 al 1993 – Visiting Scientist at IBM  Research Lab in Tucson, Arizona, USA. Collaborated to the  definition of an innovative model for a Control Unit of Disk Systems in Large-Size Mainframes, through the definition of analytical and simulation models of behavioral transactions in I/O systems with cache

Since leaving IBM in 1993, he starts investing in Information Technology Companies for the development of commercial software in the financial and beverage industries (Italy, USA and Romania).

Since 2010 he collaborates with the International Traditional Knowledge Institute (ITKI), an UNESCO recognized Institute whose objective isthe protection of the World Traditional Knowledge.
In 2011 he establishes ITKI in the USA (Tucson, Arizona).

 

Tobias Salathe received his MSc.and PhD degrees from Basel University and has worked with ICBP (now BirdLife International) and DG XI of the European Commission, among other posts, and most recently with the Station Biologique de la Tour du Valat in Arles, France. He speaks and writes all of the Ramsar languages and German as well, and is the author of a large number and variety of research reports and other publications. He joined the Secretariat in 1999.