Anna Visvizi, Ph.D. is a political scientist and economist whose expertise covers issues pertinent to the intersection of politics, economics and ICT. This translates in her research and advisory roles in the area of AI and geopolitics, smart cities and smart villages, knowledge & innovation management, and technology diffusion, especially with regards to the EU and BRI.
Dr. Visvizi published widely and presented her work in many forums across Europe and the US, including OECD and the Capitol Hill. Dr. Visvizi was awarded several fellowships, including DAAD and Marie Curie Fellowships, and held posts at New York University, London School of Economics, Aalborg University, the German Institute for International Politics and Security (SWP), the Institute of European Democrats (IED) in Brussels was well as the Institute of East-Central Europe in Poland, where she was Research Director. Dr. Visvizi is, inter alia, Chair of the Warsaw-based Research and Innovation Institute, Associate Prof. at Deree- The American College of Greece and Editor-in-Chief of the international journal Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy (TGPPP). She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Warwick and a MA from SciencesPo.