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Doctor in Sociology (University of Exeter), D.E.A. in Philosophy (University of Seville) and Master in Political Science (Arizona State University). He participates in projects ranging from sociological studies in the laboratory and techno-scientific innovation to the intersection between art and politics, through the analysis of social movements.
Expert and adviser on digital strategy, technology and information policies. She is a researcher and associate professor at the Imperial College Business School in London.
Trained in social sciences and innovation economics, she holds a PhD from Imperial College and a Master in Electronic Business and Innovation from the University College London, Birkbeck.
Politician and activist for freedoms in the net and neighborhood activist in Barcelona, licensed in philosophy, linked to the PAH, councilor of the Barcelona City Council since 2015 within the Barcelona Municipal Group in Comú. He is responsible for the district of Ciutat Vella and the area of Government of Participation and Territory. Neighbor from La Barceloneta.
Graduate in Sociology from the UAB and Master in "City Management" at the UPC. He is an urban sociologist specializing in issues of urban planning, democracy and common goods, always from a feminist perspective. He has worked on these issues as a participant activist in different urban movements of the city; as a consultant at La Hidra Cooperativa; and currently as an advisor to the City Council of Barcelona in the Department of Participation.
Róbert is a successful entrepreneur that started the first commercial web companies in Iceland in 1993 and 1995 in Denmark. In 2008 he co-founded the Citizens Foundation, a non profit, improving democracy through open source technology and methods. Before co-founding the Citizens Foundation he worked in the online gaming industry where his team received many industry awards including two BAFTA awards for video games. Róbert has extensive experience with AI algorithms and 3D software spanning over 25 years.
Graduate in sociology, master's in public and social policies, he has been coordinator of the Institute for Social Analysis and Public Policies of the Ferrer i Guàrdia Foundation and is currently the director. She has collaborated in various research and participation publications.
Arnau Monterde is a doctor in Information and Knowledge Society from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Since 2011, he is coordinator of the Tecnopolítica project in the Communication Networks and Social Change research group on the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute at the UOC. He participates in the Datanalysis15M research network and investigates the emergence and evolution of movements in the network society from a perspective and interdisciplinary perspective, crossing different methodologies for analysis. He also works with models and emerging forms of participation and network democracy.
Programmer and system administrator specializing in free software and democracy through the Internet.
For 7 years he has worked in the association aLabs, an entity that is dedicated to producing open social tools.
I've been a web developer for as long as I can remember. During the past 10+ years, I've professionally developed applications many technologies, but I consider I excel at Ruby / Ruby on Rails, NodeJS & React - I consider myself a generalist. From online games with enormous concurrency to single-page websites, I enjoy working on anything as far as it provides value.
Computer Engineer from the University of Zaragoza. He is a researcher of the Social Media group of the Barcelona Media Technology Center. Its activity focuses on the tracking, analysis and visualization of different internet data sources. The main topics of his research include the analysis of social networks, social media, structure and dynamics of social systems on the Internet, information retrieval and big data. He actively collaborates with the Open University of Catalonia as a member of the research groups "DatAnalysis15m" and "Internet, net neutrality, hacker ethics and digital culture".