Hristina Spasevska is full professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies in Skopje and Head of the Institute of Mathematics and Physics. She is specialized in the field of new materials and technologies for Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Efficiency, Innovation and Technology Transfer.
Hristina Spasevska is president of the Association of the Engineering Societies – Engineering Institution of Macedonia, director of the Centre for Solar Technologies – SOLTEC, member of the World Renewable Energy Congress, president of the Metrology Council on the National Bureau for Metrology, member of Management Board of Chamber of Certified Architects and Certified Engineers, national member of the Horizon 2020 Programme Committee and Fellow of the TRIL Programme on International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste.
In the last ten years she is coordinator or participant in more than 15 R&D national and international projects in the FP7, EUREKA, Horizon 2020, IPA and COST Programmes, projects financed by International Atomic Energy Agency, World Bank, Central European Initiative and Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Macedonia. She is so-author of more than 50 scientific papers.
Aneta Antova Peseva is an Entrepreneur, Innovator, Mentor and Philanthropist, Co-founder and co-owner and CEO of ULTRA Computing/Unet Group, Honorary Consul of Canada in North Macedonia, President of MASIT – ICT Chamber of Commerce (Macedonian Association of Information Technology), National Representative of International Inner Wheel and First District Chairman of District 255 Macedonia, Mentor for the Macedonian Mentoring Network and Invest for the Future program.
She is Graduated electronic engineer of Computer Science and Automation at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering – University Center for Mathematics and Technical Sciences – St. Cyril and Methodius – Skopje. As for her private life, she is married to Antoni Peshev and they have 2 children: Tea Pesheva, daughter, and Petar Peshev, son.
Stefan Peter currently serves in his fifth year as CEO and President of the Management Board of EVN Macedonia AD. EVN produces, distributes and supplies electricity to business customers and more than 700.000 household customers in the Republic of North Macedonia.
Stefan recently was re-elected as President of the Foreign Investors Council within the Economic Chamber where he is Vice-President as well. He has 20 years of experience in the energy sector in various leading positions in Austria and Bulgaria. Stefan studied in US, Russia, China and India and graduated at the University of Minnesota, the Vienna University of Economics and Business and the University of Applied Science Campus Vienna.
Eva Shukleva is the General Director of AD MEPSO. She holds Master’s Degree and graduated on Skopje’s Faculty Electrical Engineering with a degree in Power Engineering. Shukleva is an author of a number of expert works. During her carrier of 10 years in AD MEPSO, she was responsible for the biggest project construction of SS 400/110kV Skopje 5 and 400/110kV SS Shtip, involved in tender procedure from World Bank and EBRD procedures, coordination of the consultant, designer, contractors and on site supervision of projects.
In 2008 she moved to EVN Macedonia, as Head of group for Project Management in High Voltage Department, leading the group of engineers responsible for investment and reconstruction in 110 and 35kV network of EVN Macedonia. She is very experienced engineer in the area of construction of substation and overhead lines, and in this moment is responsible of the most challenging project in EVN Distribution, construction of SF6 110/35/10kV SS Centralna in the hard of the City Skopje.
For two years she was responsible for unbundling projects between AD MEPSO and EVN Macedonia, which ended with the signing of seven operational agreements. Shukleva is Vice President of MAKO CIGRE, member of International CIGRE, Paris, since 2013, and she was actively involved in the Organization over 20 years.
Ivana Sandeva is a research and teaching assistant at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies in Skopje. She has a bachelor degree in Applied Physics and a master degree in Metrology and Quality Management. Currently, she is a PhD student in Metrology. Her main interests are characterization of materials by luminescence techniques.
Ivana attended a number of workshops, trainings and conferences presenting her work. In the last few years she participated in several projects regarding the application of nuclear techniques and renewable energy sources.
She is a deputy quality manager and a lab tech in the Laboratory for detection of irradiated food in Skopje.
Tomislav Stankovski is associate professor of Medical Physics at the Faculty of Medicine, Ss Cyril and Methodious University in Skopje. He is Head of Department of Medical Physics and Coordinator for Science and IT at the Faculty of Medicine.
His research is predominantly focused on Nonlinear Biomedical Physics, with research interests including: Coupling Functions, Nonlinear Dynamics, Synchronization, Time-series Analysis, Dynamical Bayesian Inference, Time-varying Dynamics, Non-autonomous Systems, Cardiovascular System, Cardio-respiratory Interactions, Neuroscience, and Systems Neuroscience. He teaches the courses of Biophysics, Radiation Physics, and Digital medical images at the Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Pharmacy.
He authored number of manuscripts in prestigious scientific journal (both in physical and medical journals), books, chapters, patent application, has lead and participated in international scientific projects, has organized scientific international conferences and workshops, has been part of scientific committees of international conferences, editor of special issues in scientific journals, editor of scientific journals, reviewer in number of scientific journals, etc.
Hristijan Gjoreski is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies in Skopje. He finished his PhD at the Jozef Stefan Institute in Slovenia, and was postdoctoral researcher at Sussex University, UK.
His research experience is in the domains of Computer-Science and Artificial-Intelligence. He has specialized in development of machine learning algorithms in the areas of elderly healthcare, intelligent systems, and wearable computing. His expertise includes working with streams of sensor data, relational databases in various domains, textual data, time-series analysis, etc.
He has participated more than 10 international projects, has 3 international patents, and has more than 100 scientific publications, of which 12 in international journals with impact factor. He has more than 1000 citations and h-index of 20 (based on Google Scholar). He has received award "Best Young Scientist" for 2016 from the President of Macedonia. He has won 3 international machine learning competitions for human activity recognition: EMTEQ AR Challenge 2019 (London, United Kingdom), ChallengeUP Multimodal Fall Detection 2019 (Budapest, Hungary), EvAAL Activity Recognition 2013 (Valencia, Spain). He established and is co-organizing the Data Science Macedonia group, with more than 700 members.