The IOTA Foundation have unveiled their latest round of appointments, with new recruits across multiple disciplines.
As seen with previous recruits, the IF are concentrating on expanding their knowledge and experience base with industry-leading and academic experts.
Marwen Trabelsi is an experienced software engineer and will concentrate on developing proofs of concepts. He will also be working with IOTA’s partners to provide support in building applications on the IOTA protocol. Marwen has worked with IoT in his previous roles.
陳志誠 (Sam Chen) is another software engineer joining the IOTA family, bringing with him strong experiences in performance analysis and software architecture.
Michele Nati, PhD is based in the UK and has a dual role for the IOTA Foundation. He will support in the global trade and supply chains area as the Lead Technical Analyst and also as the Personal Data Lead within the Business Development area. Michele has many years experience working within data and IoT, including research and development as well as innovation.
Mark Nixon will be heading up the Smart City Programme and brings with him 30 years experience of the telecomms industry. Mark has worked extensively with O2 and Nokia and most recently with Huawei exploring innovation in the TMT sector.
Florian Doebler joins as Social Impact & Donor Relations Coordinator, based at the IOTA HQ in Berlin. He is a recent graduate and a specialist in digitalization and its behavioural consequences. Florian is both an entrepreneur and economist and is looking forward to the sharing economy of the future, enabled by IOTA.
Cara Harbor has been appointed Head of Communications and will be a key player in the development of IF’s communication strategies, on both an internal and external level. Cara has media relations and communication strategy experience in top Silicon Valley companies such as HP, LinkedIn, Adobe, MuleSoft and ArcSoft.
You can read introductory blog posts for each appointment on the official IOTA blog.