Martin Fadler is a PhD student in Information Systems at the Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC), University of Lausanne. Previously, he has worked in a data-driven startup as a Data Scientist where he learned to manage and build data products with advanced analysis methods and technologies. Mr. Fadler received a M.Sc. in ICT Systems and Management from the Technical University of Berlin, Germany, and a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from the Technical University of Clausthal, Germany.
Since Mr. Fadler is passionate about data and understands its value, he will focus on the impacts of Big Data and AI on Data Management processes. Currently, his research focuses on the application of Machine Learning in the Data Management Lifecycle.
Clément Labadie is a PhD candidate in Information Systems at the Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC), University of Lausanne. He received a Bachelor of Law from the University of Neuchâtel as well as a Master of Law in Legal Issues, Crime and Security of Information Technologies from the University of Lausanne. He conducted his master’s thesis on the topic of credit card fraud, using a forensic crime analysis approach to study security measures and their effectiveness.
Clément is working in the Competence Center Corporate Data Quality. His research is focused on integrating security and privacy concerns into corporate data architecture.
Dana Naous is a PhD candidate in Information Systems at the Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC) in University of Lausanne. She completed a bachelor of Engineering in Computer & Communication in the American University of Beirut (Lebanon) and a Master of Science in Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship in EPFL. She also worked at Philip Morris International for her Master thesis on “developing strategies towards a digital workplace”.
She currently works on understanding user preferences for cloud services. Her research is on supporting user-oriented design of cloud services using marketing research techniques to test customer acceptance of established and newly developed services.