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  10-11 April 2014, Trnava, Slovak Republic
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Biographies of key persons at the 6th European Conference on Intellectual Capital ECIC 2014


Oliver Moravčík
Oliver Moravčík,  1952, Professor, Dr.h.c.,  Dean of the Faculty of Materials Science and Technology of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava/Trnava – Slovakia. Studied  automation at Technical University Ilmenau/Germany – 1976, PhD study finished at field of Computing  1982  also at Technical University Ilmenau/Germany. Since 1986 as lecturer at Slovak Slovak University of Technology, since 1990 assoc. professor, since 1998 full professor at the field of Applied Informatics and Industrial   Automation and Computing.  Visiting professor at TH Koethen/Germany, FH Darmstadt/Germany, Universidad Santa Clara de las Villas/Cuba. Research interests are  software technology, management of science and knowledge management.  Teamleader of more than 30 international and  country research projects and industrial contracts. From January 2013 leader of EU project „University Research  Park  with focus on nanotechnology and industry automation. Author and co-autor of more than 120 publications.


Oliver Moravčík


Dagmar Caganova
Dagmar Caganova, assoc. prof. in the field of Industrial Engineering, is the Vice director for Foreign Affairs and International Projects of the Institute of Industrial Engineering, Management and Quality at the Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia. Her professional interests lie in Human Resource Management, Intercultural Management and Gender Diversity. She is a tutor on PhD study programmes in Intercultural Management and Professional Language Communication and has participated in EU research programmes. Her numerous publication activities are closely connected to her professional as well as research interests.

Dagmar Caganova


Dr. Kvetoslava Rešetová
Kvetoslava is a graduate of Comenius University in Bratislava. Rigorous thesis defended at Charles University in Prague, PhD Degree achieved in 2008. In academic environment since 1986. Her present position is Head of Division of Knowledge Management as well as Head of  project EU:  Centre of knowledge management of intellectual property (2010-2012). Dr Rešetová is a member of the ATRIP as well as the Knowledge Management Professional Society (KMPro), the Slovak Academy of Management (SAM) and the Association of Authors of Scientific and Research Literature (SAVOL). Kvetoslava  areas of research include: copyright, publishing, knowledge management, information management,  academic  library, university research activities

Kvetoslava Rešetová


Dr Milos Cambal
Assoc. Prof. Milos Cambal is the director of the Institute of Industrial Engineering, Management and Quality at the Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia. He has been dealing with the development of managerial competencies, corporate culture, intellectual capital and company performance management. His research and publication activities (more than 100 scientific and expert articles) are closely connected to these areas. As well as he is active in coach and consultant activities in Slovakia and abroad.

Milos Cambal


Jana Stefankova
Jana Stefankova, 1968, graduated at field of economy and management of  production at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia, Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava. Currently  the head of the Division of Academic Activities at the Faculty of Materials Science and Technology. Participated as team member of FP7 project  - acronym “DIVERSITY” and also of a lot of national projects - related to university education, knowledge management, the quality of university processes, quality of education, managerial capability and diversity. She is also the author of several articles of the above areas.


Jana Stefankova


Jaroslav Otcenas

Jaroslav is a graduate of Faculty of Material Science and Technology in a field of informatics (Process Automation and Informatization in Industry). Presently, he is a head of the Division of Communication and Information Systems at the same faculty. He is also responsible for implementation of European projects aimed for IT and new communication technologies. Jaroslav is a member of SANET (Slovak Akademical Network), which is a government founded organization providing high speed fiber internet connection for universities and high school in whole Slovakia.


Jaroslav Otcenas


Jana Šujanova
Jana graduated at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, study branch Mechanical Egineering Technologies - Casting. From the very beginnig she was oriented on the computer graphics - CAD/CAM systems and FEM analysis, where she has experience as a progammer and as a university teacher at the Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Bratislava since 1991-1997. In the years 1997 -2005 she worked for the RBEC UNDP in Bratislava and for the Slovak Office of Government as Information and Knowledge management specialist. After her return to the Faculty of Materials Science and Technology she acts as associate professor in the area of knowledge management, information management, enterprise information systems and project management. Ms. Šujanova also participated and managed several national and international projects oriented on knowledge management and project management. Currently is Ms. Šujanová the first deputy director for science and reseach at the Institute of Industrial Engineering in Slovak University of Technology in Trnava.

Jana Šujanova


Peter Sakál
Peter is a professor at the Institute of Industrial Engineering, Management and Quality at Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. Is the guarantor of Industrial Management degree program at the bachelor and master degree study. Nowadays he is the principal investigator of the project supported by the Agency for support Research and Development under contract no. LPP-0384-09: "The concept of HCS model 3E vs. concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)" and equally the project KEGA no. 037STU-4/2012: "Implementation of the course" Sustainable corporate social responsibility "in Industrial Management degree program at the Master level of study, at the Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava,  Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava".


Peter Sakál


Dr. Bob Barrett

Bob is a professor for the School of Business at the American Public University in Charles Town, West Virginia, USA.  He lectures both nationally and internationally on the topics of Electronic Portfolios (e-Portfolios), Virtual Teams/Management, Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management, Preparing Traditional Teachers for Online Learning, and Using Online Learning as a Strategic Tool for Students with Disabilities.  Finally, his key research areas are disability in the workplace/education, Intellectual Capital/Human Capital, as well as the impact of Human Resource Development/Human Resource Management in the creation and management of virtual teams in today’s global market.

Bob Barrett


Dr Florinda Matos
Florinda holds a PhD in Social Sciences, Organizational Behavior Studies from the Technical University of Lisbon. She was awarded a Master's Degree in Business Sciences by ISCTE - IUL Business School, an Engineering Degree in Agricultural Engineering and a Licentiate Degree in Management of Agricultural Business from the Polytechnic Institute of Santarém. She lectures at several universities and she is a business consultant. Her main research interests are: Knowledge Management, Intellectual Capital, Business Strategy, Marketing, Organizational Behavior and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Currently, she is president of the ICAA ( Intellectual Capital Accreditation Association)


Florinda Matos


Dr Piotr Wiśniewski
Piotr is Associate Professor of Corporate Finance at the Warsaw School of Economics. He has authored numerous publications focused on the performance and socioeconomic ramifications of international collective investment schemes. His interests related to intellectual capital centre on growth drivers existing within economic entities – particularly in financial institutions. Piotr brings over a decade of executive experience in European financial services; chartered membership of the (Royal) Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (the City of London body of finance professionals) and membership of the US based Professional Risk Managers’ International Association (PRMIA), a worldwide forum of risk specialists.

Piotr Wiśniewski


Klaus Bruno Schebesch
Klaus Bruno Schebesch is a Professor of  Marketing Research and Computational Management Science at the Faculty of Economics and at the Department of Informatics within the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, both at the Vasile Goldiş Western University, Arad, Romania. He holds a PhD (1990) and a post-doctoral Habilitation (2002), both from University of Bremen, Germany.  Research interests: semi-automated classification and clustering by statistical learning applied to scoring and recommendation,  know­ledge and culturally driven processes with applications to IC formation, e-learning and e-collaboration in new product design, education and science,  knowledge extraction from dynamical systems and models of innovation processes, the roles of competition, cooperation and complementarities in both techno-economical and in social processes.

Klaus Bruno Schebesch















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