Ricardo Murer holds a Bachelor´s degree in Computer Science (USP) and Master´s degree in Communication and Arts (USP). His special interests ranging from pervasive computing to crowdsourcing and internet of things. He is also the author of the...
Denis Roio, aka Jaromil, is a researcher in philosophy of technology and a software artisan.
He has created and maintains the dyne:bolic operating system, a 100% free GNU/Linux distribution recommended by the FSF, as well several software applications focusing on hardware recycling, communication technology, artistic practices and the privacy of users.
Since 2006 he leads R&D activities for Montevideo/NIMk (Amsterdam), has been awarded the Vilem Flusser Award in 2009 and is currently PhD candidate for the Planetary Collegium (M-Node), with a research on "Generative Patterns for Alternative Economies".