Dr. Setiawan Hadi, M.Sc.CS.
Computer Vision Research Laboratory University of Padjadjaran, Indonesia.

He is a researcher and lecturer at Department of Computer Science, Universitas Padjadjaran. His research interests are Ancient Manuscript Digitization and Indexation (AMADI), Automatic Facial Expression Recognition and Analysis (FERA) and the next research planning is Vispro/B-Eye which open for national/international research collaboration.

Prof. Dr. Pitoyo Hartono
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Chukyo University.

1993         B. Eng., Dept. of Applied Physics, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
1995         M. Eng., Dept of Pure and Applied Physics, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
1995-1998    Software Engineer with Hitachi Ltd, Yokohama, Japan
2002         D. Eng, Dept of Pure and Applied Physics, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
2001-2003    Research Associate, Advanced Research Institute for Science and Engineering,
             Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
2003-2005    Visiting Lecturer, WABOT-House Laboratory, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
2005-2010    Associate Professor, Dept. of Complex and Intelligent Systems, 
             Future University Hakodate, Hakodate City, Japan
2010-present Professor, School of Engineering, Chukyo University, Nagoya, Japan
2014-present Visiting Researcher, Humanoid Research Institute, Waseda University, 
             Tokyo, Japan

Some of his publications can be accessed:

Prof. Antoine Doucet
L3i laboratory, University of La Rochelle, France.

Antoine Doucet is a tenured Full Professor at the L3i laboratory of the University of La Rochelle since 2014. Leader of the digital document and contents research group (about 40 people), he is also the director of the ICT department at the French-Vietnam University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH). He is the coordinator of the H2020 project NewsEye running until 2021 and focusing on multilingual access to historical newspapers (grant 770299).
His main research interests lie in the fields of information retrieval, natural language processing and (text) data mining. The central focus of his work is on the development of methods that scale to very large document collections and that do not require prior knowledge of the data. Antoine Doucet obtained a PhD in computer science from the University in Helsinki (Finland) in 2005, and holds a French habilitation (HDR) since 2012.
Currently, he is a project coordinator on NewsEye and here is his Curriculum Vitae.