Artur Serra

ENoLL Ambassador for Digital Rights

Living Lab



Deputy Director


Artur Serra Hurtado (1954), Alicante (Spain). Deputy Director of the Foundation i2cat Foundation, research and innovation centre about the Internet. PhD in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Barcelona, specialised in technological cultures.

In 2006, launched the Cultural Ring, the first experimental network bandwidth for the cultural sector, connecting cultural centers in Catalonia and around the world, including Latin America through the Anilla Cultural Latinoamericana. Interested in the connection between the technology and the citizenry, since 1995 he developed some projects design and launched the first citizen networks in Spain and Europe (BCNet, Ravalnet, …) culminating them in the organisation of the First World Congress Citizens Network (Barcelona 2000). Currently, his line of research focuses on the design and implementation of living labs, new innovation structures open to the entire citizenry. In 2007 he launched the Citilab, the first European citizen lab.

Capacity Building Program



Journal of Justice and Sustainability: Call for Papers

Sunday, 15 May 2022
Living Labs: Perspectives on Regenerative Approaches for Place-Based Socio-Ecological Transitions

Call for Workshops at OpenLivingLab Days

Sunday, 22 May 2022
Deadline for submissions

Call for Papers at OpenLivingLab Days

Sunday, 22 May 2022
Deadline for submissions

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