Tallinn University of Technology


Otto Richard Pukk - President and CEO of Incap Corporation

Otto Pukk has served in demanding positions in various technology companies, thereby gaining comprehensive experience in managing and leading operations of international companies. Before joining international electronics manufacturer Incap he served as the CEO in Enefit Technology Industries and held different managerial positions in ETAL Group - in Baltic countries, Finland and Asia.


Péter Fürjes - Head of Microsystems Laboratory

Péter Fürjes received an MSc in Engineering Physics in 1999, MBA in 2002 and obtained his Ph.D. degree in 2004 from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). He has been working in the field of silicon micromechanics and sensor technology for Tateyama Kagaku Ind. Co. (Toyama, Japan), Furtwangen University (Germany) and Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His current research is focused on the development and analysis of BioMEMS devices, micro- and nanofluidic systems for medical applications, including modelling and design along with the development of micro- and nanofabrication processes.

Elena-Ioana Vatajelu - CNRS in TIMA Laboratory

Dr. Elena-Ioana Vatajelu is a researcher with CNRS in TIMA Laboratory, Grenoble, France. She has 10 years of research experience in design, test and reliability of Integrated Circuits. She received a PhD in Electronic Engineering with distinction from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain) in 2011. She has been involved in several European Projects (FP5 and FP7) and Spanish and Italian National projects. Dr. Vatajelu has served on the Technical Program Committees and Organizing Committees of conferences and symposia in design automation and test domains, such as DATE, IEEE VTS, IEEE ETS, IEEE DCIS, IEEE DDECS...


Dr. Helmut Zaglauer

Dr. Helmut Zaglauer received a diploma degree in Physics at the University of Munich, Germany and a Ph.D. in Astrophysics at Washington University, St. Louis, USA. Following a two-year postdoc at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics he joined Dornier, a predecessor company of Airbus Defence and Space in 1992. Following the integration of the Dornier research teams into the Daimler Benz Corporate Research Division in 1994 he worked as a research scientist and project manager on a wide variety of complex, multidisciplinary system concepts and architectures with relevance to the entire product portfolio including projects on aircraft, helicopters, space and defence systems as well as cars and trucks. Since 2007 he is a lead system engineer and expert in the Space Systems division, currently in the Advanced systems team investigating new end-to-end system and constellation concepts for both telecommunication and earth observation applications.