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Marie-Claire Forgue Head of W3C Training

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Marie-Claire Forgue now serves as Head of W3C Training and is a passionate advocate for the Web Developer community. She recently developed the W3Cx MOOC program, in partnership with edX, one of the leading MOOC platforms. Previously, she crafted the W3DevCampus portal where Web developers worldwide can sign up for W3C online training courses related to mobile Web and HTML5 technologies. Additionally, Marie-Claire participates in the dissemination activities of European projects administered by ERCIM. She joined W3C in 2001 and served as Head of W3C European Communications for over 10 years.

Marie-Claire received a Ph.D. degree (computer graphics and parallel processing) in Computer Science from the University of Nice and INRIA, France. After a year as a postdoctoral fellow at the Dynamic Graphics Project Lab at the University of Toronto, Canada, she worked in NTT's Human Interface Lab, Japan, for two years. Her research interests were focused on illumination algorithms and scene modeling. After that, she studied filmmaking in Vancouver, Canada. She has directed several short films and documentaries, and got interested in interactive multimedia back in 1993.

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Dominique Hazaël-Massieux

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Dominique is W3C Developer Relationships Lead, champion for the Telecommunication Industry in W3C, part of the W3C Project Management team, W3C Strategy Specialist on Virtual and Augmented Reality, and serves as staff contact in the Web Real-Time Communications Working Group and the Device and sensors Working Group. He also develops tools and applications as needed in his various roles.

He joined initially W3C’s Communication and Systems Team as a member of the Webmaster Team in October 2000; after having joined then lead the QA Activity until September 2005, Dom took part to the Mobile Web Initiative as Staff Contact for the Best Practices Working Group and later as co-Chair of the Mobile Web Test Suites Working Group.

Dominique holds an engineering degree from the “Grande Ecole” École Centrale Paris.