Presentation: ICT Research & Development
A summary of my curriculum, publications, experience as a reviewer, and also links about my new career in kinesiologie.
Education & Curriculum
I completed my Ph.D. in ICT from Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). My Ph.D. dissertation discusses data mining, text mining, and web usage mining. My corporate trainings and certifications include OO web application development, Java, and UML.
Prior to my Ph.D., I spent three years with IBM, as team leader and coach in e-business application development; Java, OO, RUP, UML, and databases. After my Ph.D., I joined as research consultant Smals eGov, a NPO dedicated to large eGovernment ICT projects.
These days, I focus on my new career in kinesiologie. Also, depending on the mission, I agree to provide expert ICT consulting, ethical website creation and management, as well as private and public reviews on ICT and non-ICT topics.
During my corporate and research career, I published books with Prentice-Hall and IBM Redbook Press. I wrote articles with JavaWorld magazine. During my Ph.D., I published research papers in international conferences, the proceedings of which were peer-reviewed and edited by major editors like ACM, IEEE, and Springer Verlag. A comprehensive research article was published in a peer-reviewed international research journal on data mining.
I was member of the following international conference program committees:
- Programme Committee Member of Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC), Data Mining Track, sponsored by ACM SIGAPP; Brazil 2008, Korea 2007
- Reviewer for IASTED International Conference on Modelling, IDentification, and Control (MIC), Innsbruck, Austria, 2008
- Reviewer for European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC), sponsored by Springer-Verlag, Innsbruck, Austria, 2007
- Programme Committee Member of Int. MultiConf. of Engineers and Computer Scientists (IMECS), organized by Int. Assoc. of Engineers (IAENG), Hong Kong, 2007
- Reviewer for Int. Conf. on Intelligent Agents, Web Technologies and Internet Commerce (IAWTIC), IEEE, Sidney, Australia, 2006
- Permanent reviewer with ACM Computing Reviews, 2006-2008
Subsequent to a career change, my reviewer activity now focuses on editing articles about wellbeing.