Jose Garcia-Alonso is an Associate Professor at the University of Extremadura and co-founder of Gloin, a software-consulting company, and Health and Aging Tech, an eHealth company. He got his PhD on software engineering at the University of Extremadura in 2014. His research interests include quantum software engineering, pervasive computing, eHealth, gerontechnology. Currently, Jose is leading a research project on Quantum Service Oriented Computing focused on bringing the benefits of clas- sical service oriented computing to quantum soft- ware. He is also involved on teaching different courses on quantum software engineering at different forums like the Bertinoro International Spring School 2023. Hi is also the current IT Director of the Intenational Society of Gerontechnology.Organising experience: Jose has experienced organizing several inter-national workshops and summer schools in the field of gerontechnology (http://4ieplus.spilab.es/). He has also experience in organizing quantum software engineering courses in different spanish universities. He has also been involved in the organization of several international and national conferences focused on different aspects of software engineering. Apart from this expe-rience, Jose is involved in the program committees in multiple international conferences.
Majid Haghparast is an IEEE senior member and a researcher in the field of Quantum Software En- gineering at the University of Jyvaskyl ̈ a, Finland. ̈ He is an Associate Editor of the Cluster Computing (Springer) and Journal of Computational Electronics (Springer). Majid is also an Editorial Board Member of the Optical and Quantum Electronics Journal (Springer). He also has been teaching some courses on Quantum Computing and Quantum Program- ming. He has published over 100 research papers in international journals/conferences and has been a supervisor/advisor of more than 10 Ph.D. and 150 Master’s students. Majid is the invited referee for more than 30 prestigious journals, including IEEE Transactions on Computer, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I, IEEE Transactions on Quantum Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, etc. His focus is on quantum computing, where he has been involved in different projects, e.g., Developer Experience in Iterative Quantum Software Engineering (DEQSE) funded by the Academy of Finland. Organizing experience: Majid has appointed as the program committees in several national and international conferences. He has also experience in organizing different courses including quantum computing courses. Majid also served as reviewer for several national and international conferences.
Tommi Mikkonen is a full professor of software engineering at the University of Jyvaskyl ̈ a and a ̈ full professor of software systems at the University of Helsinki, both located in Finland. In addition to his academic positions, he has been a principal scientist at Nokia and a visiting professor at Sun Mi- crosystems Research and at Mozilla. His research in- terests include IoT, software development methods, software architectures, software engineering with/for AI, and quantum software. He is the year 2017 Open World Hero, nominated by the Center of Open Source Software in Finland.
Ricardo Perez-Castillo ́ holds the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Castilla- La Mancha (Spain). He is associate professor at the IT & Social Sciences School of Talavera at University of Castilla-La Mancha. He is also a senior researcher at Information Technology & Systems Institute (ITSI). His research interests include quan- tum software development, architecture-driven mod- ernization, model-driven development and business process archaeology. Currently, he is member of the aQuantum scientific research team where he works on the migration of classical systems to quantum architectures and quantum software reengineering. Organising experience: Ricardo was one of the organizers of the first editions of this workshop in 2020 and 2021. Also, Ricardo was the local organising chair of QANSWER 2020 (http://www.qanswer.site/) the Workshop on the Quantum Software Engineering & programming; as well as QUATIC 2019 and 2022 (http://2022.quatic.org/) 15th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications Technology. He was general chair of SEM Workshop (1st International Workshop in Software Evolution and Modernization) integrated at ENASE 2013. He also took part as organizer in other international conferences like EASE 2012. Apart from this experience, Ricardo is involved in the program committees in multiple international conferences.
Juan M. Murillo is Full Professor at the University of Extremadura, Spain and also CEO of the COM- PUTAEX foundation, and co-founder of the start-up Gloin. His research interests include quantum soft- ware engineering, software architectures, Pervasive and Mobile Computing and Quantum Computing. Murillo holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Extremadura. Organising experience: Juan has a long expe- rienced organizing international conferences and workshops. Currently he is acting as Program Chair for the International Conference of Web Egineering (ICWE 2023) and has been a Keynote Speaker at the last ICSOC with a keynote focused on Quantum Service Oriented Computing. He is also involved on teaching different courses on quantum software engineering at different forums like the Bertinoro International Spring School 2023. Apart from this experience, Juan is involved in the program committees in multiple international conferences.