Eclectic by nature, Julien is interested by research, pubic policies and business. He’s currently involved in research activities at the United Nations University, the University of Maastricht (NL) and the University of Manipal (India). He’s also developing several entrepreneurial projects and consultancy services through his own company, Malsamamind.
Naturally evolving in an international environment (Europe and beyond), interested in strategic thinking, Julien likes to work where public and private sectors meet.
For 10 years now, he’s involved in the digital health sector, working within hospitals settings with clinical teams; supporting entrepreneurs; designing digital solutions as well as business strategies for industry leaders; advising policy-makers from local to international level; or enhancing connections between digital health players via networks and events.
His focal point is the post-digital society and the transformation of human activities through technologies. Great promoter of collaborative work within multi-stakeholders ecosystems (with citizens, governments, public services, companies, researchers, NGOs), Julien is developing international complex projects and platforms related to the governance of our digital twins as well as the impact of technologies on human wellbeing, on individual & collective behaviours, on politics & policies (GovTech, CivicTech) and on societal/environmental challenges (UN SDGs).