Pandelis Dodos
University of Athens
Pandelis Dodos received his PhD in 2003 from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). From 2003 until 2007 he collaborated with the functional analysis team at NTUA.
In 2007 he received a fellowship from "Fondation Sciences Mathematiques de Paris" and went to Paris 6. In 2008 he visited Texas A&M and in 2009 received his Habilitation from Paris 6.
The same year he got elected as assistant professor at the Department of Mathematics of University of Athens.
Pandelis Dodos works in combinatorics and analysis. Specific interests include: Ramsey Theory, Geometry of Banach spaces and Descriptive Set Theory.
More information can be found on his webpage http://users.uoa.gr/~pdodos/

Kenneth Falconer
University of St Andrews
Kenneth Falconer studied for his undergraduate and PhD degrees at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge where he went on to hold a Research Fellowship.
In 1980 he took up a lectureship at Bristol and in 1993 became Professor of Pure Mathematics at St Andrews in Scotland, where he has been ever since.
He researches in mathematical analysis, especially on the geometry of fractals and multifractals and related topics. He has written 5 books and over 100 papers mainly
on geometric measure theory and fractal geometry.

Étienne Matheron
Université d’Artois
Étienne Matheron graduated from École Normale Supérieure and got his PhD at Paris 6 University (advisor J. Saint Raymond) in 1994.
Since 2008 he holds a full professorship at Artois University.
His research interests include descriptive set theory, Banach space geometry, operator theory (dynamics of linear operators).
More information can be found on his personal website
http://matheron.perso.math.cnrs.fr

Jörg Schmeling
Lunds Universitet
Jörg Schmeling is currently Chair of Mathematics at the University of Lund, Mathematical Center. Before he was affiliated at the Freie Uniersität Berlin
and at the WeiserstrassInstitut (Berlin).
His research interests are dynamical systems, ergodic theory, fractal geometry, measure theory and number theory.
