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A new contribution on Smart Cities on a global scale. On this occasion it is written by the practicing architect Islam Bouzguenda. She worked in the field of consultancy for several years. After that, she received her Master's Degree in Smart Cities. She is currently finalizing her doctorate degree in smart and sustainable city planning with funding from the Kingdom of the Netherlands. She received 4 awards, 2 grants and has 5 publications in this field. Now she contributes in the Geography Department of the Universitat de Girona. firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/islam-bouzguenda-b9849746/ Twitter: @BouzguendaIslam
Today we incorporate to our platform the articles of the most important experts in the sector. And nobody better for this first chapter than Berrin Benli, CEO of the Novusens Institute of Ankara, one of the most open and innovative minds in the smart city. You can not stop clicking this link and read the full article.
Renato de Castro is an expert in Smart City
He is the Smart Cities ambassador at the TM Forum in London, a member of the board of directors of NGO Cities from Boston and a volunteer advisor to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations information and telecommunications agency. He has accumulated more than two decades of experience as a global executive in Asia, America and Europe. He speaks fluently 4 languages and is a PhD candidate in Global Law at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB).
Renato has visited more than 30 countries, giving lectures on smart cities and advising governments on urban projects.