- Bentley UniversityMBA, 2012 - 2013
- University of Patras1997 - 2001
- MIT Media LabSmart Cities, 2013 - 2014
A digital anthropologist with 16 years of experience; focusing on how it is created, how it is adopted, how it evolves and how it is changed the relationship people have with technology and the context around them, Understanding the new trends brought by technologies, how individual behaviors are affected, and reshaping people’s expectations towards brands and the way they interact with the environment and technology. Strongly interested to understand and describe the interaction between humans and technology and how this affects their relationships and their decision making process.
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