Adam Greenfield is a world-renowned urbanist, leading “smart cities” sceptic, and passionate advocate for the human-centered design of technological systems. He is one of the world’s foremost thinkers on urban environments.
Greenfield is founder and manager of Urbanscale, a New York City-based practice dedicated to “design for networked cities and citizens”, and co-founder of Do projects. In 2013, he was awarded the inaugural Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities at LSE. As a Senior Urban Fellow at LSE Cities, based in London, Greenfield concentrated his research on the interaction of networked information technology with urban experience, and particularly on the implications of emergent technologies for the construction of public space and the right to the city.
In 2010 Greenfield founded Urbanscale, and since then as managing director he has applied the toolkit and mindset of user-centered interaction design to the specific problems of cities. Through the design of products, services, interfaces, and spatial interventions, he makes cities easier to understand, more pleasant to use and live in, and more responsive to the desires of their inhabitants.
Greenfield co-founded Do Projects in 2010, a platform for collaborative making, publishing books, pamphlets, and editions exploring space and experience. Prior to 2010, he lived and worked in Helsinki for two years, as Nokia’s head of design direction for service and user interface design. He taught ’Urban computing’ and ‘Urban experience’ classes at NYU’s graduate Interactive Telecommunications Programme from 2006-2008.
Greenfield is the author of ‘Everyware: The dawning age of ubiquitous computing’ (2006), which offers a humanist take on the colonisation of everyday life by information technology. In 2007, he co-authored the pamphlet ‘Urban Computing and its Discontents’, which was an overview of informatics for urban environments. In 2013 he released his book ‘Against the smart city’, which argues that technology cannot be harnessed by municipal administrators to serve the interests of the people who live in cities.
Deneyimli Kıdemli Başkan Yardımcısı Başkan ve Yönetim Kurulu Üyesi. İş Planlaması, Yenilik Yönetimi, İş Stratejisi, Proje Yönetimi ve Değişim Yönetimi konularında uzmanlaşmıştır. Strateji geliştirme, proje yönetimi, ve değişim yönetimi konusunda uzmanlaşmıştır. Marmara Üniversitesinden Ekonomi ve idari bilimler fakültesinde iş geliştirme, ve kamu yönetimi üzerine yoğunlaşmıştır.
Armağan Ebru B. Yüksel, is a faculty member of Dokuz Eylül University Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Commercial Law; The article which she published on Robot Law in 2016 examines the current conditions and the legal regulations that should be taken when robots are involved.
Dedicated and enthusiastic IT executive with more than 15 years experience. Deeply expert in all aspects of IT. Exceptional interpersonal skills; able to communicate effectively with all organizational levels, builds relationships of trust and enlists the participation of team members. Has a strong business perpective, leads IT strategies to gain competitve advantage with technology. Manages large IT organizations more than 250 engineers and $220 Million budget annually.
Ünsal teaches Cyberlaw at the Bosphorus University, Department of Management and Information Systems and is a member of the Bosphorus University Information Systems Research and Implementation Center. Ünsal also regularly teaches and offers seminars at other universities and professional workshops. Ünsal is a mentor to various entrepreneur incubators and accelarators, as well as investor networks.
Gediz Sezgin joined Turkcell in 1995 as Network Engineer.
As of October 2015, he was appointed as the Network Technology Group Head for Technology Function.
Prior to this assignment, he served as the Head of the Information and Communication Before appointing this position he was the Head for Technology Function of Information and Communication Technologies Group, Assistant General Manager, Implementation Operations Director, Technologies Service Network Directorate in the Function of Information and Communication and he has conducted different administrative tasks in the Technology Function.
He started his professional business life in 1991 at Alcatel Teletaş.
He graduated from Istanbul Technical University, Electronics and Communication Engineering Department and completed his master's degree at the same university
He was born in November 18, 1947 in Ankara. His real name is İbrahim Şükrü İzzet Özhindu. He completed his university education at the School of Economics and Commercial Sciences. He started a job in Ankara radio in 1967. He participated in the EUROVISION song contest for the first time in Turkey. He started his career in television in 1975. After setting up his own production company, he continues to directing videos in commercials, musicals and theaters. Recently, he has been still continuing to making productions of big shows.
Mahmut Orhan is a famour Turkish Dj and producer. He started his Dj life in his 16. He stepped into music sector in 2011 deep house, indie dance, nu disco styles. In 2012, "Little Buddha 5", "Fringe", "Siddharta Dubai" and "Céiron" have been published by Mahmut Orhan. He published his first albüm “Chilai” in 2014 via Beachside Records and he was chosen the youngest Turk Dj ever published compilation albüm. He was pointed in first top 10 list of most countries.
His company researching on Unmanned aerial vehicles, Unmanned Systems technology, design, R & D, and manufacturing. At the same time, they are installing infrastructure systems. He has also executed follow-on operational tests and evaluation formation flight experiments on Unmanned aerial vehicles.
Experienced Senior Vice President Information Technology with a demonstrated history of working in the airlines/aviation industry. Skilled in Business Process, IT Service Management, IT Strategy, Data Warehousing, and Project Portfolio Management. Strong business development professional graduated from Boğaziçi Üniversitesi.