ECSS 2017

Past Speakers

Some of the most influential academics, as well as key industry, government and learned societies leaders have been among the keynote speakers. They have helped to establish ECSS as one of the most prominent meetings of the European Information and Computer Science community.

Academy

  • Manfred Broy - TU München
  • Stefano Ceri - Politecnico di Milano
  • Robert L. Constable - Cornell University
  • Anthony Finkelstein - Alan Turing Institute, UK government
  • Carlo Ghezzi - Politecnico di Milano
  • Georg Gottlob - University of Oxford
  • Thomas Gross - ETH Zurich
  • Wendy Hall - University of Southampton
  • Monika Henzinger - Univerity of Vienna
  • Manuel Hermenegildo - IMDEA / UPM
  • Leslie Lamport - Microsoft Research
  • Friedemann Mattern - ETH Zurich
  • Bertrand Meyer - ETH Zurich
  • John Mylopoulos - Univerity of Trento
  • Bart Preneel - KU Leuven
  • Wilhelm Schäfer - University of Paderborn
  • Joseph Sifakis - University of Grenoble
  • Eugene Spafford - Purdue University
  • Moshe Vardi - Rice University
  • Alexander Wolf - University of California at Santa Cruz
  • Andreas Zeller - Saarland University

Associations

  • Ed Lazowska - CRA
  • J Strother Moore - CRA
  • Jon Oberlander -  SICSA
  • John White - ACM

Government/ Policy/ Funding

  • Franco Acordino - EU/EC
  • Jean-Pierre Bourguignon - ERC
  • Janice Cuny - NSF
  • Danny Dolev - ERC
  • Farnam Jahanian - NSF
  • Willem Jonker -  EIT Digital KIC
  • André Richier - EU/EC
  • Jeannette Wing - NSF

Industry

  • Sailesh Chutani - Microsoft
  • Mark Harris - Intel
  • Andrew Herbert – Microsoft
  • Roland Jakab - Ericsson
  • Alfred Spector - Google
  • Liba Svobodova - IBM
  • Pamela Zave - AT&T Labs

Entrepreneurs

  • François Bancilhon - Data Publica
  • Jaan Tallinn - Skype

 

**Note that the affiliation indicated was the one at the time of their participation in the respective ECSS. Some speakers have changed affiliation since then.