Juan Murillo is in charge of Analytics Dissemination and Data for Social Good at BBVA Data &Analytics, a new Technology company created to extract the value enclosed on financial data. In this innovative framework he and his colleagues are currently exploring the possibilities of data reuse to create new informational services and provide macroeconomic insights built upon microtransacional data. As an output of this research process around smart cities analysis, he has been co-author of several scientifc papers in cooperation with MIT Senseable City Lab and other institutions. Regarding his background, in order to strengthen his economic analysis abilities, he supplemented his initial training as MSc Civil Engineer with an executive MBA. He also has extensive experience as urban planner and project manager in the urban planning sector, where he has carried out his job from several approaches: in first place taking part in the design of urban infrastructures (mobility/transport and commodities), secondly focusing on planning and designing of new urban developments, and finally carrying out territorial socio-economic diagnostic and improvement proposals on touristic destinations to foster environmental and economic sustainability.
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