Speaker


13-14 NOVEMBER 2019
WARSAW, POLAND


3000+ TALENTED WOMENT IN IT,
ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND INNOVATION


EXPO XXI
PRĄDZYŃSKIEGO WARSAW

Pavel Vassilovski

Samsung Poland
R&D Department Head

Pavel Vassilovski studied computer science at the University of Plovdiv. Significant step in his professional career was joining Bell Labs in 1996, as a software engineer for telecommunication devices. He had participated in projects, which established the Internet as we know it today. In 2004 Pavel became a Product Development Manager for Network Traffic Management solutions, managing worldwide portfolio of deliveries.

Pavel joined Astaro AG in 2007 as a Managing Director and R&D Location Head for the branch in Poland. His major responsibilities included development and deployment of network security components in the domain of Unified Threat Management.

Since 2009 Pavel has been working for Samsung Electronics R&D Centre in Poland as an R&D Department Head. He and an incredible team of engineers lead the technology changes and reinvent the way we watch and use TV.

Privately Pavel is a father of two teenagers and enjoys as much as possible the beauty of it.

Special guests & Speakers

Mariya Gabriel

European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, European Commission

Mariya Ivanova Gabriel is committed to increasing women’s participation in the digital sector and to create awareness of gender imbalance in panels.

She studied in Bulgarian and French languages at the Plovdiv University "Paisii Hilendarski". She continued her studies at the Institut d'études politiques de Bordeaux (Institute of Political Studies) in Bordeaux (France), where she studied International Relations, History of the European Institutions, Political Sociology and Comparative Politics. In 2003 she obtained her Master’s degree in ‘Comparative Politics and International Relations’ from the Institut d'études politiques de Bordeaux.

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Jadwiga Emilewicz

Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology

Wanda Buk

Deputy Minister of Digitalisation