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Alain is GenomSoft senior test engineer in charge of performing product testing from the entire line of the company products.
Alain received an MSc in CAS, math and software at the University of Metz, France and then a PhD in Engineering Sciences and numerical simulations at the same university. He’s been R&D software engineer at HyperPanel Labs (France) before joining Nagravision (Switzerland) as test analyst and then senior system engineer. His competences range from Conditional Access Kernel API to embedded software, from Security Countermeasures to Conditional Access System testing and validation.
Daniele is a senior R&D engineer in charge of the design and development of genomic compression, storage and transmission solutions based on the new ISO/IEC 23092 (MPEG-G) standard. He is an active member of the MPEG-G working group since the beginning and he is now editor of part 4 of the reference software implementation of the standard. Daniele received his MSc in electronic engineering from Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy with a dissertation on H.264/MPEG-4 AVC video coding. He has been system engineer and project manager at GEM Elettronica, Italy, where he has been involved in the design of equipment for naval communication applications. He then worked as a software engineer at bSoft, Italy, with a focus on video coding, multimedia systems and digital signal processing and moved to Switzerland to join the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne as a research engineer. His research activity focused on video coding algorithms optimization, dataflow programming, Quality of Experience, multimedia streaming protocols, audio coding. After an experience in the UK where he worked as a Senior Video Coding Engineer at Xylostream Technology, he joined GenomSoft in 2016. He has been involved in many EU-funded research projects and published several IEEE research papers on video coding and Quality of Service/Experience. He has been active in MPEG/ISO standardization for many years as Swiss National Body delegate, particularly in the domains of video coding and genomic information representation.
Giorgio is GenomSoft R&D director in charge of coordinating the technical development of GenomSoft line of products. He is editor of part 1 “Transport and Storage of Genomic Information” and part 5 “Conformance” of the MPEG-G stardard. Giorgio received a MSc in Electronic Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, Italy, and a PhD ès Sciences Techniques from the Lausanne Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL). He then worked at EPFL as researcher and Scientific Advisor, actively participating to the conception, submission and implementation of several national and international (EC 4th to 7th framework) research projects. After leaving the EPFL Giorgio worked as Senior Engineer with eyeP Media SA, leading R&D activities ranging from signal processing and speech enhancement to audio and video coding and streaming, including efficient solutions for low-power ARM-based platforms. He then joined Creative Electronic Systems (Geneva, CH) as a Systems Architect, leading activities on video coding, video signal processing, signal acquisition, DVR and media streaming (embedded platforms in the domain of avionics with safety critical requirements, naval and ground vehicles, following ISO-9001/EN-9100 development process). From 1998 to 2007 and then since 2016 up to now he has been actively participating as Swiss National Body delegate to the MPEG standardization process, submitting several contributions on MPEG-4, 3-D Processing, complexity analyses and conformance testing, MPEG-7, MPEG-21 and MPEG-G.
Claudio is co-founder of GenomSoft and its CTO. He is at the origin and a major contributor of the ISO/IEC standardization activity on MPEG-G and he is currently project editor of Part 2: “Coding of Genomic Information”. After having received a MSc in Telecom Engineering from the Polytechnic School of Milan (Italy) and a PhD from the EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland) he served for several years in information security technology companies and in the private banking sector. He participated to the standardization and reference implementation of Intellectual Property Management and Protection (ISO/IEC 14496 MPEG-4 IPMP-X) in the ISO/IEC Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) standard committee. His competencies range from software and web development to cryptography and information security. Over the years he has led several software development projects for medium to large companies in the multimedia, luxury, banking, retail and advertisement industry.