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Posted on Tuesday February 13, 2018

Europeana #edTech Challenge 2018 - Jury

Meet the panel. We are delighted to invite external experts to act as a jury for the Europeana #edTech Challenge.

Below you can find information about the jury members' backgrounds.

  • Media Deals

    Board member

    Juliane Schulze is a member of the board of Media Deals, a pan-European investor network being constituted of business angels and early-stage venture capital funds focusing on creative industries and digital media. Since its creation in 2008, Media Deals has been promoting and encouraging early-stage equity investment in high-growth startup companies at the crossings of the audio-visual sector and digital technology as well as cutting-edge media content technologies. Media Deals is a member of EBAN, EBN and NEM. In 2017, Juliane co-initiated the network initiative VRNext which brings together the world of Content, Technology and Finance.

  • ACER Europe SA

    EMEA Education Manager

    Roberto has been working for ACER since 2010 and in his current role is responsible for the deployment of innovative technologies and solutions for schools within Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. He formerly acted as EMEA Telco Account Manager for mobile devices in the Smart Products business unit and supported the business development of the Internet-of-Things offer (IoT) within the Acer portfolio. Before joining Acer, he worked at Vodafone Italy for four years focusing on project management and mobile devices’ certification. He previously joined the XX Winter Olympics Games in Torino as a deputy venue security manager. Roberto holds a degree in Telecommunications Engineering, earned in 2005 at the Milan Polytechnic University.

  • EUROCLIO - European Association of History Educators

    Executive Director

    Steven Stegers is Programme Director at EUROCLIO, where he has worked since 2006. In his time at EUROCLIO, he has focused predominantly on projects in which educational resources are being developed as part of a collaborative process. He has worked for several years as coordinator of projects seeking to innovate history, citizenship and cultural education in the Black Sea region, and North Africa and the Middle East. Steven led the development of Historiana – one of EUROCLIO’s flagship projects, and its first development of online educational resources.