Our Advisory Board

Our Advisory Board is an active and participatory body. Its mission is to accompany us in our efforts in different areas and strengthen the relationships between all the agents that drive and promote the progress of our industry through science and technology.

It is composed of prominent representatives from our business and technological ecosystem. They collaborate with our management team to keep us updated on market trends so as to increase the efficacy of our actions.

Regina Llopis Rivas

Regina Llopis Rivas, PHD in Mathematics Applied to Artificial Intelligence, BERKELEY. President of the AIA Group, a leader in artificial intelligence in the fields of energy, health and finance.

Member of the Steering Committee and Global Ambassador for the IWEC Foundation.
Co-founder and president of WA4 STEAM (Women Angels 4 Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Architecture and Mathematics). She has served as the General Director of the Scientific Park of Barcelona and managed projects with the NASA Glenn Research Center in the U.S.A.

Xavier Torra

Xavier Torra is the president of Eurecat. It is the technological center of Catalonia. It serves more than 1,000 companies. Eurecat provides applied R&D solutions, technological services, highly specialized training and technological consulting.

He is also vice-president of the Board of Trustees of the ESADE Business School as well as a member of the advisory and administrative councils of some of the most prominent companies in industry in Catalonia.

Mateo Valero

Mateo Valero is an engineer and also has a doctorate in Telecommunications from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) and that of Catalonia (UPC). He has taught and lectured at Universidad Politécnica of Catalonia (UPC) since 1974 and been a Professor of Computer Architecture there since 1983.

He founded the Barcelona Supercomputing Center-National Computing Center (BSC) in 2004 and has been the director since then. It houses the Mare Nostrum supercomputer and has more than 550 researchers.

Miguel Vicente

He is co-founder and president of Antai Venture Builder, a leading startup accelerator in southern Europe, in which he has promoted projects such as Wallapop, Cornerjob and Glovo.

He is also a co-founder and the president of Barcelona Tech City. It houses an ecosystem of more than 600 companies in the field of technological innovation. Moreover, he is on the board of directors of Barcelona Global.