Viktor Lázár is a research project leader at the Centre for Next Technological Futures, Mathias Corvinus Collegium, Budapest, where he conducts and manages research in two large-scale research projects: “The Rise of the Scaleup Cities in Europe” and “As Robots are Moving Out of the Cages”. Viktor Lázár presents his research regularly at the Eurasian Business and Economics Society conferences in Europe about innovation and technology. The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a DC-based #1 ranked innovation policy think tank globally, hosted Viktor Lázár for a one-year fellowship (2022-2023), when he co-authored several research on subnational innovation competitiveness in North America, Latin America, and Europe. Viktor Lázár holds an MA in Financial Mathematics and Economics at Corvinus University, Budapest.