Emerging Technology for Social and Economic Impact
Marie Curie Actions are the European Commission's flagship of research & innovation excellence in Europe.
Within this framework, I was one of the members of a European network of top companies, public sector organizations, universities, and research institutions focused on the management of emerging technologies for social and economic impact.
I worked at the European Commission's DG Joint Research Centre in Brussels (Belgium) and at Grenoble School of Management (France) and collaborated with various external stakeholders.
By engaging senior leaders from the public and private sectors, I carried out innovation research, monitored technology trends ahead of Horizon 2020, and did foresight analysis for the European Commission's DG Joint Research Centre's senior leadership to inform policy decisions of the European Commission.
For such work, I combined quantitative and qualitative research methods, patent and publication data, interviews and secondary sources, data science and networks science, foresight techniques, and multi-stakeholder collaboration.