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Tristan

Horx

From the young age of 23 onwards, Tristan Horx has already made his reputation as a futurist and speaker on international stages. As a representative of generations Y and Z, he wittily questions the future of digitization, mobility, globalization and sustainability with critical optimism and a humorous, visionary perspective. At #EBSCON, he shows where society is already at in terms of sustainability and where urgent action is needed. His keynote will evaluate the technological development with regard to EBS technologies in terms of the opportunities as well as the possible dangers. Above all, he will provide his assessment of how the EBS ecosystem can position itself attractively on the international...

Tristan Horx

Opening Keynote Speaker

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Daniel

Cronin

As the perfect host for #EBSCON, Daniel Cronin is an entrepreneur, lecturer, presenter and keynote speaker. He is the Co-Founder of the full-service app-agency allaboutapps, a joint venture of i5invest and runtastic, Co-Founder and Member of the Board of AustrianStartups and Co-Founder and partner of the Vienna Mentoring Group. He lectures at several universities including the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria and the Vienna University of Technology. In June 2019, he joined FoundersLane, the leading independent corporate venture builder as a venture partner. He has hosted more than 250 events on startups and innovation. Daniel will make sure that no important question will remain unanswered at EBSCON.

Daniel Cronin

EBSCON Host & Moderator

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Christina

Hirschl

Dr. Christina Hirschl studied physics and mathematics at the University of Vienna. After her dissertation in the field of computational physics, she started her industrial career at Austrian Aerospace in Vienna, where she was responsible for the development of thermal insulation for cryogenic systems and applications in space travel. From 2010 she was project manager at CTR Carinthian Tech Research in Villach. She was leading the research area renewable energies/photovoltaics, in which she managed numerous projects. Since July 2019, she has been division and site manager of Silicon Austria Labs in Villach, which merged with CTR and focuses on innovations for electronic based systems along the entire value chain. 

Christina Hirschl

Head of Research Division Sensor Systems, Silicon Austria Labs

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Stefan

Finkbeiner

Stefan Finkbeiner received his Diploma in Physics from the University of Karlsruhe in 1992. He studied at the Max-Planck-Institute in Stuttgart and there received his PhD in Physics. Dr. Finkbeiner was appointed as CEO of Bosch Sensortec in 2012. He joined the Robert Bosch GmbH in 1995 and has been working in different positions related to the research, development, manufacturing, and marketing of sensors for more than 20 years. Senior positions have included Director of Marketing for sensors, Director of Corporate Research in microsystems technology, and Vice President of Engineering for sensors. In 2015, Dr. Finkbeiner was awarded with the prestigious lifetimeachievement award from the MEMS & Sensors Industry Group.

Stefan Finkbeiner

CEO Bosch Sensortec GmbH, Chairman of EPoSS

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Markus

Tomaschitz

After studying business administration at the University of Graz and an MBA at the California State University Hayward, CA, various positions in industry followed, including as Managing Director of FH JOANNEUM and Executive Director at Magna Education and Research GmbH. He was also a member of the European Board of Magna International Europe AG and from 2015 Executive Vice President Corporate HR. Chief Human Resources Officer and Group Spokesman at AVL List GmbH since 2021.

Markus Tomaschitz

Chief HR Officer, AVL List

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Stefan

Berger

Dipl.-Íng. Stefan Berger, Head of Development Center Villach and Head DES AMS (Dev.&Meth.), was working in several positions as Development Engineer and Analog Design Engineer and held positions in the ABS-systems field. Furthermore, he was Head of the Analog Mixed Signal Development for SPT9 and Department Head of the ATV MC Villach Team. At EBSCON, he will share ideas on EBS and Green Technology.  

Stefan Berger

Vice President Development Center @Infineon, Villach

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Verena

Vescoli

Verena Vescoli is Senior Vice President R&D at ams OSRAM. In her role she is responsible for Corporate R&D/engineering. She previously served as a senior manager for Device and Systems in the Corporate R&D of ams, responsible for leading the development and deployment of CMOS platform based devices for multiple use in the company. Before assuming her current position, Verena has held a number of positions at AVL including leadership roles in application engineering, software development, product management and R&D. Next to her role at ams OSRAM, Verena is a member of the Board of Directors of Sonion and active as a University lecturer and in multiple coaching and talent...

Verena Vescoli

Senior Vice President R&D, ams OSRAM

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Markus

Pistauer

Dr. Markus Pistauer, born in Klagenfurt/Austria, holds a Master degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (1991) and a PhD degree in Electronics and Control Engineering (1995), both from Graz University of Technology, Austria. From 1995 to 1999 he worked at Siemens AG (Semiconductor Division, now Infineon Technologies) and also as Professor at University of Applied Sciences, Carinthia. He has founded CISC Semiconductor GmbH in 1999, with its head office in Klagenfurt, Austria and an R&D office in Graz/Austria, where he still acts as CEO. In 2012 he founded CISC Semiconductor Corp. in Mountain View, CA, USA, to enforce presence in the US. In early 2016 he founded COYERO Inc. in...

Markus Pistauer

CISC Semiconductor, CEO

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Tristan

Horx

From the young age of 23 onwards, Tristan Horx has already made his reputation as a futurist and speaker on international stages. As a representative of generations Y and Z, he wittily questions the future of digitization, mobility, globalization and sustainability with critical optimism and a humorous, visionary perspective. At #EBSCON, he shows where society is already at in terms of sustainability and where urgent action is needed. His keynote will evaluate the technological development with regard to EBS technologies in terms of the opportunities as well as the possible dangers. Above all, he will provide his assessment of how the EBS ecosystem can position itself attractively on the international...

Tristan Horx

Opening Keynote Speaker

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Daniel

Cronin

As the perfect host for #EBSCON, Daniel Cronin is an entrepreneur, lecturer, presenter and keynote speaker. He is the Co-Founder of the full-service app-agency allaboutapps, a joint venture of i5invest and runtastic, Co-Founder and Member of the Board of AustrianStartups and Co-Founder and partner of the Vienna Mentoring Group. He lectures at several universities including the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria and the Vienna University of Technology. In June 2019, he joined FoundersLane, the leading independent corporate venture builder as a venture partner. He has hosted more than 250 events on startups and innovation. Daniel will make sure that no important question will remain unanswered at EBSCON.

Daniel Cronin

EBSCON Host & Moderator

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Christina

Hirschl

Dr. Christina Hirschl studied physics and mathematics at the University of Vienna. After her dissertation in the field of computational physics, she started her industrial career at Austrian Aerospace in Vienna, where she was responsible for the development of thermal insulation for cryogenic systems and applications in space travel. From 2010 she was project manager at CTR Carinthian Tech Research in Villach. She was leading the research area renewable energies/photovoltaics, in which she managed numerous projects. Since July 2019, she has been division and site manager of Silicon Austria Labs in Villach, which merged with CTR and focuses on innovations for electronic based systems along the entire value chain. 

Christina Hirschl

Head of Research Division Sensor Systems, Silicon Austria Labs

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Stefan

Finkbeiner

Stefan Finkbeiner received his Diploma in Physics from the University of Karlsruhe in 1992. He studied at the Max-Planck-Institute in Stuttgart and there received his PhD in Physics. Dr. Finkbeiner was appointed as CEO of Bosch Sensortec in 2012. He joined the Robert Bosch GmbH in 1995 and has been working in different positions related to the research, development, manufacturing, and marketing of sensors for more than 20 years. Senior positions have included Director of Marketing for sensors, Director of Corporate Research in microsystems technology, and Vice President of Engineering for sensors. In 2015, Dr. Finkbeiner was awarded with the prestigious lifetimeachievement award from the MEMS & Sensors Industry Group.

Stefan Finkbeiner

CEO Bosch Sensortec GmbH, Chairman of EPoSS