Maja Matetić is a full professor at the Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka. She earned in 1995 a M.sc. degree in Computer Science from the Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University in Ljubljana, and Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing at Zagreb in 2002. In period 2005-2008 she was the head of the Chair of Intelligent systems, from 2009 she is the head of the Institute of Computer Science, and from 2011 the head of doctoral study at the Department of Informatics. She is lecturer for the courses Intelligent Systems 2 and Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery at graduate studies and Techniques and Models for data mining at PhD study. International projects: Lead researcher on the bilateral Chinese-Croatian projects (MZOS) “RFID (Internet of Things) based animal individual behaviour intelligent identification technology and application in traceability (REMALLOY)” (2014-2015) and “Internet of Things (IoT) based intelligent optimization of control technologies for food cold chain logistics (IPOC)” (2015 - 2017). Researcher on the bilateral Chinese-Croatian projects “Paper-based printed sensing technology and quality detection method for perishable food cold chain management and traceability” (2018-2019) and “Mechanism modeling and biosensor development for live fish transportation with water-free condition” (2018-2019). Maja’s scientific work is in the area of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data mining in different domains. At the moment she is the lead researcher on the project „Data Stream Mining for Smart Cold Chain Management – SmaCC”, University of Rijeka (2019-2022), dealing with the application of machine learning methods in data mining of cold chain data. She is a Reviewer Board member for Machine Learning and Knowledge Extraction journal (MDPI) and Information journal (MDPI). She is also a reviewer for journals Sensors (MDPI), Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control (SAGE), Measurement and Control (SAGE), Electronics (MDPI), Computers and Electronics in Agriculture (Elsevier), Advanced Engineering Informatics (Elsevier) and Future Internet (MDPI).