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Miao Mengna obtained her bachelor's degree in architecture at Zhejiang University from 2007 to 2012. She completed a master's degree in Advanced Architecture Design in 2013 at Columbia University. Miao spent five years in architecture designing, working for architectural firms like KPF, before co-founding Bumie Tech in 2016. In 2018, she co-founded Onesight and has served as it's COO since. 

Founded in 2017, Rekanext Capital Partners Pte Ltd is an early-stage VC firm based in Singapore and Jakarta. The VC focuses on scaling high potential startups in Southeast Asia to expand regionally by providing expertise, industry experience and networks. Its diverse investment portfolio includes agri-crowdfunding platform iGrow, chat and customer service developer Qiscus and architecture-focused VR Collab that has operations in Singapore and China.

Fan was awarded a China Fellowship by the Aspen Institute in 2016 and was chosen as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2017. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Tongji University in 2005, a master’s degree in Architecture from Princeton University in 2007 and a doctorate in Design from Harvard University in 2014. Fan has worked as an assistant professor in Interactive Design at UC Berkeley and as a lecturer at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts.

Débora Alasraki is an architect by profession and an MBA graduate from the Nimbas-Utrecht Management School. She gained experience as an architect in Germany and moved to Barcelona in 2002 to work as project manager for the 2004 Architecture Forum.She is committed to exploring technology applications in architecture and in 1996, she founded Concern GmbR, the first visual search engine for contemporary architects in Cologne. In 2007, she co-founded Urban Media 3D and its spin-off 3D Click was started in 2016. She is the CEO of 3D Click, an online collaborative platform for 3D packaging and printing.

Co-founder and CTO of QingCloud, who previously worked at Huawei, IBM and Baidu. With his mastery of Linux OS, Internet, storage and distributed systems and architecture, Gan is in charge of the IaaS backend, the backbone of Qingcloud’s entire technology framework.

WA4STEAM is a not-for-profit organization that provides seed capital with an investment focus on supporting women with projects and ideas applicable to STEAM sectors (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts/Architecture and Mathematics).The association is composed of women with backgrounds and experiences in biosciences, mathematics, finance, engineering, law, accounting and coaching. It offers significant support to the founders during the early stages of the startup cycle.WA4STEAM cooperates with a network of co-investors, VC funds, family offices, accelerators and incubators. It also collaborates with university associations and science and technology parks that back and leverage the portfolio of companies.

In September 2003, Chen Weixing started studying at the College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Zhejiang University. The civil engineer founded the web game developer FunCity Inc during his third college year in August 2006. In June 2012, he launched the taxi app Kuaidadi in Hangzhou. In September 2012, he invested in Hangzhou Enniu Network Technology Co Ltd, the parent company of 51 Credit Card Manager, China's largest credit card service based on monthly active users. He also founded online insurance company Weiease Technology in April 2014. In May 2018, he launched the blockchain-based taxi app VV Share.

Heinrich Vincent graduated with a bachelor's in architecture from Universitas Tarumanagara, Indonesia in 2016. He worked as a freelance architect upon graduating, but eventually decided to start a community of individuals who pooled their funds to invest in an Indonesian convenience store franchise. The concept was further developed into equity crowdfunding platform Bizhare, which Heinrich established in 2017.

Rodrigo García González graduated in Architecture at the Technical University of Madrid (ETSAM) in 2009 and also completed various PhD courses in advanced architecture at his alma mater.In 2006, the architect student joined an EU Asia-Link sustainable humane habitat program that included stints at the Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT) University in India. He also won a SMILE scholarship to study industrial design at Pontificia Universidad Católica in Chile for one year. In 2011, he obtained a scholarship to study industrial design and business at Umeå Institute of Design in Sweden. In 2014, he completed two master’s programs in innovation design engineering run by London’s Imperial College and Royal College of Art.In July 2014, he co-founded Skipping Rocks Lab, that was later pivoted into Notpla, a UK-based startup that develops compostable and edible packaging materials made of seaweed and other plants.Since 2007, he has worked with various institutions in Europe, Latin America and the US including Cornell University, CEPT, Imperial College and Royal College of Art. In 2016, he became a senior lecturer for a degree program in product and furniture design at Kingston University.He has two patents for his work on structural and deployable systems. His designs have also been featured in prestigious art centers like the Cite de l'Architecture of Paris and the Venice Biennale of Architecture.Other projects include the Hop! suitcase that can follow the user by tracking the signal of the user’s mobile phone and Aer, an artificial cloud that can evaporate “drinkable” water from the sea. He also developed Zipizip, an architectural system that enables the construction of several floors of a building in a few hours.

German entrepreneur Frederik Pfisterer, who received his bachelor's in Computer Science from Hochschule Furtwangen University and his master's in Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University, specializes in technology and operations. He worked as an independent project and web developer during his student years and is now COO of banking and lending services architecture developer Mambu, a company he co-founded in 2011. From 2007 to 2008, Pfisterer served as useability lead at German software developer ontoprise.

Li earned his master’s degree in Software Engineering from Nankai University. He won the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award four years in a row starting in 2007. From 2009 to 2011, Li was in charge of system architecture design at Fetion, an instant messaging tool developer. In 2011, he co-founded a startup that provided personalized reading recommendations, but it failed after eight months. Li co-founded Worktile with Wang Tao in late 2012.

Xabi Uribe-Etxebarria is the CEO and founder of Sherpa, a Spanish digital personal assistant startup. He is also founder of ANBOTO, a web service platform based on Natural Language Processing (NLP). Uribe-Etxebarria has been listed by Spanish leading newspaper EL PAÍS as one of the 100 most influential people in the Spanish-American world. Uribe-Etxebarria attended MIT Sloan Management School and Harvard Business School where he specialized in Electronic Engineering, Entrepreneurship Development and Innovation and Digital Marketing. He is currently working toward his master’s in Architecture. 

Guillem Ysàs Miralles holds a degree in Computer Science from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and is currently lead programmer for the Atomian cognitive core technology. He was one of the developers of the Atomian (product) architecture and the Atomian Modeling Language (AML). He is also lead programmer for Atomian's medical products and is responsible for Atomian's ETL software. He previously worked as analyst and web developer at Elecnor and Teytel, as a first level operator in NextReT and as a Specialist in B. Braun Medical. 

Seasoned entrepreneur Paulo Trezentos founded software development company Caixa Mágica Software in 2000. He continued to work on his business while pursuing his master’s and a PhD in Computer Science from Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon, Portugal. Caixa Mágica Software handled many projects, including Aptoide, an independent Android app marketplace that later became a separate company. Trezentos closed his first company in 2015. He continues to work as an assistant professor at Lisbon's University Institute ISCTE, where he lectures in Operating Systems and Computer Architecture at the bachelor's and master's levels.

Carlos Matilla Codesal is co-founder and CEO of Spanish drone technology company FuVeX, which has been in operation since 2015. He was founder and president of FuVe-E, a student entrepreneurial association for participating in international engineering competitions at the Technical University of Madrid (UPM), where Matilla earned his degree in Aerospace Engineering in 2014. He managed two FuVe-E projects: designing one of the world's first gyrocopter UAVs and constructing an unmanned underwater vehicle. Matilla also studied Naval Architecture at UPM. He earned his Executive MBA from EOI Business School in 2017.

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