Who we are

The Open & Agile Smart Cities initiative is a collaboration between smart cities across the world. Here you’ll find contact information of country representatives and description of the leading figures of OASC.

If you have any questions or would like to know more, feel free to contact us at info@oascities.org

Martin Brynskov, Chair

Associate Professor, Ph.D., Aarhus University, Denmark

Martin is research director of AU Smart Cities, coordinator of the OrganiCity project and coordinator of the Danish Smart City Network.

Seppo Haataja, Secretariat Director

Director, MSc.  Business Environment, Tampere Region Economic Development Agency, Tredea, Finland

Seppo is coordinator of the Open Tampere, economic development program of City of Tampere, and a member of steering committee of Finnish national The Six City Strategy – Open and Smart Service

Jarmo Eskelinen, Founding Member

Chief Innovation and Technology Officer, Future Cities Catapult

Pieter Ballon, Founding Member

Professor, Ph.D., Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Director Living Labs iMinds

Juanjo Hierro, Founding Member

Coordinator and Chief Architect of FIWARE, CTO Telefónica R&D Lab

Task Force Country Representatives

In the following you can find each Task Force member representing one OASC country. If your city is interested in joining OASC, you can contact the representative responsible for your country. If your country has not yet joined, then shoot us an email to info@oascities.org and we will take care of any inquiries.

Australia

John Galvin

Austria

Brigitte Lutz

Belgium

Bart Rosseau

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ceco Gakovic & Alma Hadzidedic

Brazil

Cláudio Nascimento

Croatia

Niksa Vlahusic

Denmark

Bo Fristed

England

Catherine Mulligan

Finland

Matti Saastamoinen

France

Vincent Demortier
See also the website of OASC France for more information

Greece

Athena Vakali & Leonidas Anthopoulos 

Hungary

Nóra Vadász

Ireland

Martin Serrano

Italy

Lanfranco Marasso

Mexico

Juan José Hierro

Netherlands

Tom Willibrandts & Katalin Gallyas

Norway

Gard Jenssen

Poland

Marek Stawinksi

Portugal

Margarida Campolargo

Scotland

Lucille Brown

Spain

Juan José Hierro

Slovenia

Dalibor Baskovc