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Dr. Juan Carlos Landrove holds substantial expertise in transactional matters, litigation and international sports and commercial arbitration in Switzerland, the European Union, Latin America and the United States. EDUCATION Juan Carlos Landrove holds law degrees Dr. Juan Carlos Landrove holds substantial expertise in transactional matters, litigation and international sports and commercial arbitration in Switzerland, the European Union, Latin America and the United States. EDUCATION Juan Carlos Landrove holds law degrees from Geneva (Switzerland) and Madrid (Spain), an LL.M. in Comparative Jurisprudence from New York (USA) and a Ph.D. (summa cum laude) from Lucerne (Switzerland). He is licensed (Bar Exam) to practice law in Geneva, Madrid and New York. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Juan Carlos Landrove has been working as an attorney-at-law in Geneva, Madrid, Zurich, New York and Washington D.C. since 1994 and is currently a practicing attorney in Geneva with his own law office. He advises multinational companies and individuals in international legal disputes of commercial nature (including sport disputes) decided by court or arbitral proceedings. In parallel, he has kept a link with academics by notably working successively as a research and teaching assistant and lecturer at the Universities of Geneva and Lausanne, as well as at the EPFL. In 2006, he has been appointed senior lecturer at the HEC Business School and currently teaches prevention and management of legal disputes and Business Law, both at Bachelor and Master level. Since 2011, he serves as Director of the Law Module (and Scientific Committee member) of the Master in Sports Administration and Technology where he started teaching back in 2008. He is also invited on a yearly basis to teach block courses to candidates of several MAS, notably in the EPFL IML – MAS Global Supply Chain Management.
David Atienza Alonso is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and director of the Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL) at EPFL, Switzerland. He received his MSc and Ph.D. degrees in computer science and engineering from UCM, Spain, and IMEC, Belgium, in 2001 and 2005, respectively. His research interests include the design of smart and low-power Internet-of-Thing (IoT) systems, as well as novel sustainable computing architectures for cloud computing and datacenters design. He has worked extensively in edge AI architectures for wireless body sensor nodes and smart embedded systems, and HW/SW reconfigurable systems for AI and Machine Learning systems, with key companies world-wide (IBM, Microsoft, Meta, Apple, Huawei, TI, Oracle, HP, Intel, etc.).
Professor of Management, HEC Lausanne, The Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Lausanne.
Pierre-Etienne Bourban is a research scientist in materials science and lecturer at EPFL. After his Ph.D. he worked on the assembly of hybrid materials at the Center for Composite Materials at the University of Delaware in USA. Then at EPFL his research themes have been related to the processing of composites such as non-isothermal bonding, consolidation of textiles preforms, thermoforming of sandwiches, liquid moulding of reactive thermoplastic composites, foaming and 3D printing of sustainable composites, tailoring of hydrogel composites. He has been coordinating the EPFL Sport and Rehabilitation Programme, is active in projects on biocomposites and is the director of the EPFL-Discovery Learnings Labs in Engineering and Materials/Bioengineering.
Multilingual supportive Certified Professional Coach passionate about supporting people reveal and express their full potential, enabling them to blossom and perform, through enhanced self-confidence and self-awareness. Over 20 years of international experience in recruiting and Multilingual supportive Certified Professional Coach passionate about supporting people reveal and express their full potential, enabling them to blossom and perform, through enhanced self-confidence and self-awareness. Over 20 years of international experience in recruiting and career consulting/coaching, including the last 8 years spent at AISTS in career services, in parallel to collaborating with IMD (top executive business school) and some private individual coaching as a freelancer. Recognized for enabling clients to achieve a fulfilling transition by leveraging on their natural talents, improving their leadership and encouraging them to follow their dreams. Warm, motivating and thought-provoking personality dedicated to clients’ success and well-being. Strong cross-cultural awareness and adaptability demonstrated while supporting clients from all over the world and having lived in 5 different countries. Member of the International Coaching Federation. Familiar with personality profiling tools such as MBTI, NEO and Insights. Certified in Ericksonian Hypnosis. Specialties: Career transition & management; Self-awareness; Leadership development; Self-Esteem boosting; Entrepreneurship; Performance optimisation; Getting unstuck; Personal and professional fulfilment; Re-motivation.
Dr Boris Gojanovic is an expert in Sports medicine, Active Lifestyle Management and Successful Aging. Dr. Boris Gojanovic, Health & Performance Medical Director at The Swiss Olympic Medical Centre, Hôpital de la Tour, Geneva, is a Dr Boris Gojanovic is an expert in Sports medicine, Active Lifestyle Management and Successful Aging. Dr. Boris Gojanovic, Health & Performance Medical Director at The Swiss Olympic Medical Centre, Hôpital de la Tour, Geneva, is a modern, progressive, lateral thinking doctor. He has the ability to look at health, performance and lifestyle management from a patient’s point of view and make it relevant to their functional needs and personal goals. As a creative individual he is constantly thinking ‘outside the box’ for ways in which he can help patients improve the quality of their lives. Participating regularly in sporting events – Boris can be seen actively encouraging and pacing less confident runners, cyclists, triathletes reach the finish line with the motivation to come back for more! Actively involved in research and education Boris trains students in different aspects of ‘sports management’ at Masters level and regularly presents at conferences around the world.
Bertrand Fincoeur is a Lecturer at the College of Humanities of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL, Lausanne). He holds a PhD from KU Leuven (Belgium), with a doctoral thesis on the doping market in elite cycling. His research area primarily covers sports ethics and integrity. Between 2018-2021, he was also lecturer in sports management and sports sociology at the Institute of Sports Sciences of the University of Lausanne.