Martin Brynskov, Ph.D., is Chair of Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC), a global network of non-profit cities based in Brussels, Belgium, whose common purpose is to improve the quality of life of their citizens through of innovation and technology. At the same time, Brynskov is associate professor in interaction technologies at Aarhus University in Denmark, director of the Digital Design Lab, co-director of the Digital Living Research Commons, Chair of the Danish Standards Committee on Smart Cities & Communities, founder of the Danish Smart City Network, coordinator of SynchroniCity, NGIoT and OrganiCity, co-founder of Smart Aarhus and research fellow at Participatory IT Centre and CAVI.
Working with municipalities, journalists, artists and industrial partners, he investigates the consequences of digitization and explores new forms of mediation within a variety of domains with special focus on the role of social interaction, materials and interfaces. He also holds an MA in information studies and classical Greek.
Head Net Innovation Unit of the European Comission
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