Daniel Arias Aranda (Madrid, 1972) is Professor of Business Organization at the University of Granada and a researcher in the areas of Operations Management, Innovation Management and Technology. He has been a visiting professor giving lectures at different universities nationally and internationally, obtaining in 2011 the Award for Teaching Excellence from the University of Granada. He is the author of numerous research and teaching books, as well as narratives and short stories related to the impact of technology on society.
He regularly collaborates in various media (Podcasts "Días Extraños", "Frikilosofía", ...) having intervened in different media of written press, radio and TV.
In my academic role, I coordinate 2 international research projects in Spain which I love. The first one is based on the Horizon 2020 program of the European Union and is called REMESH (Research Network on Emergency Resources Supply Chain) together with 4 other European and 3 Asian universities and we are dedicated to investigating how to respond faster before humanitarian catastrophes. The second is called AGROS and is funded by the European Commission together with 6 universities and institutions in Europe. In it we prepare training material for future professionals in sustainable agriculture, no more, no less.