Ken Ducatel
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Ken Ducatel, British, aged 55, holds a PhD in economic geography from Bristol University and an MSc in transport policy from Cranfield University in the UK. He has worked on information society policy for twenty years during. He was a member of the Faculty of University of Manchester for 14 years. His first experience in the European Commission was in DG Employment in 1995, where he worked in the secretariat to the High Level Group on the Information Society led by Professor Luc Soete. From 1997 to 2003, he worked at the European Commission's Institute for Prospective Technological Studies in Seville, where he led the Institute's flagship "Futures Project." At the end of 2003, he moved to DG Information Society to become Head of Sector for eEurope. In November 2004 he was invited to join Commissioner Reding's Cabinet where he was in charge, among others, of the portfolio for Lisbon Strategy & Policies for the Information Society as well as for the coordination of Research policy. In January 2009, he was appointed Head of the "Digital Agenda: Policy Coordination" unit in DG Information Society. From 01 July 2012, DG Information Society and Media reorganised to become DG Connect and Ken was nominated Head of Unit for Software and Services, Cloud Computing.


Lectures:

lecture
flag EU commission cloud strategy implementation results and future vision
as author at  Cloud Assisted Services in Europe (CLASS) Conference, Bled 2014,
1585 views
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flag The European Way to Cloud Computing Leadership
as author at  Cloud Assisted Services in Europe (CLASS) Conference, Bled 2012 ,
2561 views
lecture
flag Debate - Traffic Safety
as coauthor at  Traffic Safety,
together with: Jean Lalo (coauthor), Jean Yves Le Coz, Herman Meyer (coauthor), Jerry Hole (coauthor),
2870 views
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flag Intelligent car = safer roads
as author at  Traffic Safety,
3040 views