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Lucas Lemos is an expatriate living in Estonia since 2009 and affiliate member of the P2P Lab. Small entrepreneur, poet and critical thinker with experience working in social projects in areas ranging from prisons and refugee camps to family centers and NGOs. He holds a five-year BA in Sociology, and an MA in Technology Governance and Digital Transformation from Tallinn University of Technology, where he is currently pursuing a Ph.D.
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Lucas Lemos is an expatriate living in Estonia since 2009 and a Fellow at the P2P Lab. Small entrepreneur, poet and critical thinker with experience working in social projects in areas ranging from prisons and refugee camps to family centers and NGOs. He holds a five-year BA in Sociology, and an MA in Technology Governance and Digital Transformation from Tallinn University of Technology, where he is currently pursuing a Ph.D.
  
 
He acts as administrator on the Management Board of Fab City Foundation, and Core member of the European Research Council Starting Grant project 'Cosmolocalism'.
 
He acts as administrator on the Management Board of Fab City Foundation, and Core member of the European Research Council Starting Grant project 'Cosmolocalism'.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:19, 8 February 2020

Lucas Lemos is an expatriate living in Estonia since 2009 and a Fellow at the P2P Lab. Small entrepreneur, poet and critical thinker with experience working in social projects in areas ranging from prisons and refugee camps to family centers and NGOs. He holds a five-year BA in Sociology, and an MA in Technology Governance and Digital Transformation from Tallinn University of Technology, where he is currently pursuing a Ph.D.

He acts as administrator on the Management Board of Fab City Foundation, and Core member of the European Research Council Starting Grant project 'Cosmolocalism'.

Leemos 2019719.jpg