Dr. Krassen Stefanov, Assoc. Prof. at FMI and Head of the University Computing Centre at SU. He has a strong background in Technology Enhanced Learning, Network Businesses and Governments, Applications and services for the mobile user and worker, Open Development Platforms for Software and Services, Semantic Based Knowledge Systems, Computer Networks Design, Development and Management. At the moment he is supervising 3 PhD students. He is member of the IFIP TC8 as Bulgarian national representative. He has a long experience in participating about 15 EC RTD projects as a coordinator and WP leader (MATEN, IWOP, PROTELEUSES, DIOGENE, KALEIDOSCOPE and others). He has about 30 publications. He specialized in University of Amsterdam (AI research project), University of Twente and University of Birmingham.
Aleksandar Dimov, assistant professor in Sofia University. He received his PhD degree in informatics in 2006. His main interests comprise the areas of component-based software engineering, software architecture, service-oriented architecture, formal methods and software reliability. He has been involved in several FP5 and FP6 European projects as: WG ECUA+, DIOGENE, PRIME and Ten Competence. Research Interests are: Software Engineering, Component-Based Software Engineering, Software Architectures, Software reliability, Embedded Systems, Real-Time Operating Systems.
Mrs. Albena Antonova - lecturer at Sofia University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. She works on number of projects in the field of knowledge management, serious games, business and management education, e-learning and TEL models and methods, e-Business, technology entrepreneurship, innovation management and living labs. Her research interests include knowledge management, serious games, knowledge management systems, innovation processes, technology entrepreneurship, knowledge sharing, knowledge transfer and others.
Ms. Korneliya Yordanova - researcher at Sofia University. She works on number of projects in the field
of e-Learning, Semantic web, serious games, and Living Labs. Her research interests include application of edutainment in e-Learning, integration of simulations and educational software in ontological structures and language learning.