Laura Olsina, new vice chair of the Science, Technology and Innovation Advisory Board

Valencia, November 15 (European Press) –

Laura Olsina, Managing Director of the Information Technology Institute (ITI) and Chair of the Federal Reserve Bank (Fedit), has been appointed Vice Chair of the Advisory Council on Science, Technology and Innovation (CACTI). His term, like his membership, lasts four years.

The Advisory Council for Science, Technology and Innovation is the body created, in accordance with the new Science Law, as a participating body for the scientific and technological community, as well as economic and social factors in matters related to science, technology and innovation. , recalls ITI in a statement.

He works as an advisor and informant for the Ministry of Science and Innovation to develop new proposals. It also supports state governments and autonomous regions in exercising their science and technology tasks.

Laura Olsina joined the Advisory Board on June 2, 2023 following a public call for expressions of interest. Just four months later, ITI’s Managing Director and Chairman Fedit was appointed Vice President.

Currently, CACTI members are Enrique Banda (President of CACTI and Advisor to the Barcelona Supercomputing Center), Laura Olsina (Vice-President of CACTI, President of FEDIT and Managing Director of ITI), Helena Herrero (HP), J. Julian Garde (University of Castilla-La Mancha), Francisco Marin (CEOE), Luis Arribajos (CEPYME), Marina Alpintosa (Murcia Oceanographic Centre), José Miguel Campos (CSIC), Manuel Osaviri (INDRA), Chandra Cordobes (Tecnalia Research and Innovation Foundation ). ) and Monica Garcia (Ingenio, CSIC-UPV).

Also on the list are Marc Joel (Universidad Pompeu Fabra), Vicente Josep Martinez (University of Valencia), Diego Monox (SILO), Eva Ortega (National Center for Cancer Research), and Josep A. Planel (Open University of Catalonia), and Nuria San. Servando (La Rioja Transformation Foundation), Luis Sanz (Institute of Public Policy and Goods), Jun Miquel Zabala-Iturriajagoitia (University of Deusto), and Isabella Zech (University of Córdoba).

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