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University professor, French of Colombian origin, Carlos Moreno is an international scientific personality.
Recognized specialist of the intelligent control of the complex systems, he is also a pioneer in the field of the intelligent cities with his vision of a Human Smart City, a living city, of which he is one of the initiators and the organizers on the world scene.
Chairing the Scientific Committee of the International Forum of the Human Smart City, Live in a living City, he wants to contribute with that community to a vision of the Smart City of tomorrow as a citizen-centric city, a city which places people and life through services and uses at the heart of the issues.
Deeply committed to science, progress and creativity, Carlos Moreno strives to bring together scientific disciplines and professionals in the innovation ecosystem — from industry to start-ups — with a focus on a cross-disciplinary approach.
In his approach to serve the general interest, he strives to build connections as intermediary between various worlds that often are far from each other.
Carlos Moreno also contributes to the dissemination and to the popularization of science, technology and their urban applications, chairing or participating in Scientific Councils, Committees of Program or events in the national or international medias.
Since February 2015, Professor Carlos Moreno is the Mayor of Paris’ Special Envoy for Smart Cities. In September 2018, Professor Moreno was appointed Academic Board Member of the Strate Design School in Singapore.
Professor Carlos Moreno is Associate Professor at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon – Sorbonne / IAE Sorbonne Business School, as well as Scientific Director and co-founder of the Chair « Entrepreneurship Territory Innovation ».
Named Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur in 2010, Prof. Carlos Moreno had the great honor to be awarded the 2019 Prospective/ Foresight Medal by the Academy of Architecture, France.