Prof. Gershon Elber Professor at Computer Science Department, Technion University Prof. Gershon Elber Professor at Computer Science Department, Technion University
Gershon Elber is a professor in the Computer Science Department,Technion, Israel. His research interests span computer aided geometric designs and computer graphics.Prof. Elber received a BSc in computer engineering and an MSc in computer science from the Technion, Israel in 1986 and 1987, respectively, and a PhD in computer science from the University of Utah, USA, in 1992. He is a member of the ACM.Prof. Elber has served on the editorial board of the Computer Aided Design, Computer Graphics Forum, The Visual Computer, Graphical Models, and the International Journal of Computational Geometry \& Applications and has served in many conference program committees including Solid Modeling, Shape Modeling, Geometric Modeling and Processing, Pacific Graphics, Computer Graphics International, and Siggraph. Prof. Elber was one of the paper chairs of Solid Modeling 2003 and Solid Modeling 2004, and one of the conference chair of Solid and Physical Modeling 2010. He has published over 150 papers in international conferences and journals and is one of the authors of a book titled "Geometric Modeling with Splines - An Introduction".
Prof. Reuven Segev Professor at Mechanical Engineering Department, Ben-Gurion University Prof. Reuven Segev Professor at Mechanical Engineering Department, Ben-Gurion University
Reuven Segev is the H. Greenhill Chair Professor of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva, Israel. His research is concerned with the applications of geometrical and analytical methods in mechanics in general and the mechanics of a continuous media, in particular. He teaches courses in the field of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. He currently serves as the President of the Israeli Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.
Professor Segev received his B.Sc. (1976) and M.Sc. (1978) in mechanical engineering at Ben-Gurion University. He completed his Ph.D. in 1981 at the University of Calgary, Canada. Since 1981, he has been affiliated with Ben-Gurion University. During the period of 2003-2008, he served as the Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and in the period 2014—2017 he served as the Associate Dean for teaching at the Faculty of Engineering Sciences at Ben-Gurion University. In the period 2019—2020 he served as the Head of the university’s Unit for the Advancement of Quality Teaching and Learning. Throughout the last two decades, he served as the Head of the Professional Accreditation Committee for mechanical engineering appointed by the Israeli Council for Higher Education. Michael Agam President of South Asia at Stratasys
Based in Shanghai, Michael Agam is the President of South Asia of Stratasys, where he leads the team in Greater China, South East Asia, India, Australia and New Zealand to drive the industry application of 3D printing technology.
He has over 15 years of relevant working experience in diverse businesses, with management and technical expertise in the IT space. He also has a strong track record in a fast-growing international business environment. As an Industry 4.0 expert, Michael has successfully designed and delivered smart manufacturing, big data, and AI solutions for various legacy industries. He is recognized by his peers as a change agent and a problem solver. Before joining Stratasys, Michael served in management positions in leading companies such as New Hope Data and MNC Solutions. With duties covering the full scope of P & L, finance, sales, HR, operations, and IR, he successfully communicated a strong vision, mission, and strategy, defined focused goals, and managed the planning and execution, demonstrating his strong executive leadership. He graduated from The College of Management of Academic Studies (The COLLMAN), and was awarded a Bachelor of Laws degree and then a Master’s degree in Business Administration. He speaks English, Hebrew, Spanish, and Chinese. Jacky Zhang GC Marketing Program Manager at Stratasys Jacky Zhang GC Marketing Program Manager at Stratasys
Jacky drives the holistic marketing strategy and execution of the Stratasys’ business in China and Taiwan. Jacky works with local sales and customer-facing units to build the Stratasys pipeline, create brand visibility and maintain customer advocacy via a multichannel approach. Jacky has more than 10 years marketing experiences in construction industry, chemical industry in top 500 world companies. Jacky began her career with Stratasys in 2019 as GC Marketing Program Manager based in the Shanghai office.
Shen Fucheng China President at Ex Libris
Shen Fucheng, Chief Representative of Ex Libris Beijing Representative Office, VP Greater China of Ex Libris Group, and adjunct professor of School of information science and technology of Northeast Normal University. He graduated from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1991 and was a visiting scholar of Research Library Group (RLG) from 1997 to 2000. He joined Ex Libris Group in 2000 and has been engaged in the research and development, marketing and service support of library system solutions for nearly 30 years.
Benjamin Peng Founder & CEO of MathLevi Education Technology
Benjamin Peng is founder and CEO of MathLevi Education Technology, and China Partner of Cukierman Investment House.
Benjamin lectured in Tel Aviv University, Tongji University, Fudan University and East China Normal University. His articles can be found on Times of Israel, Jerusalem Post, Global Times, China Business News, and was interviewed by CCTV and Ynet. He did his Global MBA degree in Arison Business School of IDC Israel, and Executive Diploma of AI Program from MIT Sloan School.