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Pablo Piccolotto

Intel
Human Factors Engineer
Pablo Piccolotto is a Human Factors Engineer currently leading the User Research Lab team at Intel -a team in charge of designing and executing all kinds of studies and experiments to create amazing experiences from the inside out-. Besides, he is member of Intel’s UX-UIA Intellectual Property committee. He has authored 5 patents in the name of Intel and 20 invention disclosure forms so far. He has been working in the Argentina Software Design Center (ASDC) since 2008 and he has +10 years of full time professional work experience in the Software Industry.
Pablo is passionate about innovation, user research, user experience, interaction design, business processes, product strategies and agile/lean methodologies. He is eager to inspire the definition of innovative products through deep insights into consumers' desires, business and technology trends, and a grasp of business strategy. He is able to lead teams, plan, execute and prioritize all kind of quantitative/qualitative user studies and talented at thinking strategically about business problems, understanding new technologies and how people use them.
He graduated with honors earning his Software Engineering degree at the early age of 22 with the best Grade Point Average (GPA) of the Province of Córdoba, Argentina (9.53 out of 10). He holds an MBA, a postgraduate degree in Engineering Management, a postgraduate degree in Management of New Technologies from Ajou University (South Korea) and he is currently pursuing a Doctorate.
In addition to his career at Intel, Pablo is a postgraduate professor of Innovation, part-time researcher (R&D) and he teaches 2 different engineering subjects at a local University. He also participated as a lecturer in many conferences, seminars, workshops and trainings -both locally and internationally- on various topics such as user research, innovation, entrepreneurship, user experience and interaction, intellectual property, among many others.