Mr. Prakash Moorut has over 23 years of experience in spectrum research, strategy, regulation, standardization and industry activities. He is currently the global Head of Spectrum Standardization for Nokia. In this role, he is responsible for defining and executing Nokia's spectrum strategy and leading Nokia's engagement on spectrum matters with customers, industry groups and regulators worldwide. He is the Chief Regulatory Officer of the Wireless Innovation Forum and on the Board of the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) Alliance. He previously chaired the WInnForum Spectrum Sharing Committee Working Group 3 which developed the protocols specifications for the CBRS Spectrum Access System. He was part of the US delegation for the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference and is a member of the Federal Communications Commission’s Advisory Committee for the 2023 World Radiocommunication Conference. Before joining Nokia, he worked for Motorola where he created and led a customer facing spectrum engineering group located in USA, France, and China. He has several publications and patents related to spectrum usage and received his MSEE degree from "Ecole Supérieure d'Electricité" (SUPELEC) in Paris, France. 


Ms. Shalini Periyalwar (Canada) is currently a Director, Communications Engineering at ISED, where her primary focus is on various aspects of spectrum management, including strategies for spectrum sharing. Prior to her current role, she spent a few years at ISED’s Communications Research Center, supporting research in 5G and dynamic spectrum access.  Shalini has over 25 years of experience in the wireless communications industry, working on advanced research in radio systems engineering and in supporting IP strategy. Over the course of her career, she has worked on leading edge research in all generations of wireless systems, with over a hundred US patents granted. Shalini has also held academic positions and has published extensively in her academic roles. 


Mr. Jose Arias (Mexico) is General Director of spectrum planning in the Mexican telecom regulator (IFT), where he has been working since 2014. He is responsible for setting the strategy for managing spectrum including refarming strategies, future band plans, introduction of new radiocommunication services, as well as international coordination and negotiations activities. He is currently Chairman of the National Spectrum Committee and Alternate Chair of the Americas Radiocommunications Committee (CITEL-PCC.II). Previously, he was Chairman of Committee 4 for Terrestrial services at WRC-19, Rapporteur for chapter 2: “Broadband applications in the mobile service” during the CPM towards the WRC-19, Vice-Chair of PCC.II and Head of the Mexican Delegation in several international organizations. He has been working closely with telecommunications sector for 16 years now in companies such as Alcatel-Lucent and ZTE in the fields of fixed wireless networks, narrow and broadband mobile networks, pre-sales, spectrum management and regulatory affairs. Jose has a Master degree in regulation and economic competition and an Electronic and Communications Engineer degree.


Mr. Emmanuel Faussurier (France) is currently the deputy Head of spectrum innovation and European affairs and is responsible for the National Table of Frequency Allocations at France’s Agence Nationale des Frequences. He graduated in 1994 from the Ecole nationale supérieure des télécommunications de Bretagne – Brest (France). He also holds a master degree in Energy economics. M. Faussurier had its first work experience on interconnection studies for a telecommunication operator and then on radio field survey for a major equipment manufacturer. In 2002, he joined the ANFR. M. Faussurier has chaired several groups within CEPT, such as on UWB applications, automotive short-range radars, enhanced spectrum sharing solutions e.g. TV White Spaces and Licensed Shared Access (LSA). He is also involved in international negotiation process at World Radio Conferences since WRC-12. At national level, he is deputy Head of spectrum innovation and European affairs and is responsible for the National Table of Frequency Allocations.


Mr. Christopher Hose (Australia), is the Executive Manager of the Spectrum Planning and Engineering Branch within the ACMA’s Communications Infrastructure Division.  His responsibilities cover spectrum planning and engineering for radiocommunications and broadcasting services that contribute to national spectrum management, operational satellite network filing and coordination activities and international engagement on spectrum management matters. 

Chris has a Bachelor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Queensland, a Graduate Certificate in Public Administration from the University of Canberra, and a Masters of Engineering Science from the University of New South Wales.  He has been working at the ACMA and its predecessor the Australian Communications Authority since 2000 and previously spent a short period working for a power system consultancy company.


Mr. Harin Grewal (Singapore) manages a cluster of divisions in IMDA that cover the technical aspects of telecommunications and broadcast regulation. This includes spectrum management, border coordination, interconnection, infrastructure coordination, numbering, regulatory price reviews and telecommunication standards.

 As Executive Director of SGNIC, Harin also leads the Singapore NIC which is responsible for the management and promotion of .sg domain names, as well as internet domain and numbering related policies. SGNIC also carries out radio interference investigations and Quality of Service measurements on behalf of IMDA.

 Prior to this, Harin headed the Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (“Next Gen NBN”) programme office. The Next Gen NBN is a globally unique nationwide fibre network, and its open-access model has been designed through a combination of structural and operational separation requirements set out by IMDA.

 Harin is concurrently the Co-Chairman of Working Party 2, of Study Group 20 (Smart sustainable cities and the Internet of Things (IoT)) of the Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).


Ms. Siew Yoon Tan (United Kingdom) is a Senior Technical Regulations Specialist at the UK communication’s regulator, Ofcom. She led Ofcom’s recent spectrum sharing initiative to enable local access in spectrum bands supporting mobile technology. She has over 18 years’ experience in radio spectrum management both in the UK and internationally, including chairing sub-working groups in CEPT and ITU-R.  Amongst others, she has previously led work to open up the 57 - 71 GHz band for un-licensed use, set up the TV white space framework in the UK and led UK position on improving flexibility in the international regulatory framework in the ITU-R.

Siew Yoon is a Chartered Engineer and has a degree in Electronic and Communications Engineering.