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Genevieve Bell

Genevieve Bell
Intel Fellow, Director of Interaction and Experience Research, Intel Corporation

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An internationally recognized ethnographer, Genevieve Bell has developed
product shaping insights into consumers world-wide and is bringing a
research driven, end-user focus to Intel. Her influence has been
recognized with the award of Intel’s highest honor: an individual Intel
Achievement Award. She is a Senior Principal Engineer and the Director
of User Experience within Intel’s Digital Home Group and manages an
inter-disciplinary team of social scientists, designers and human
factors engineers. She and her team strive to stay ahead of Intel’s
technology roadmap, using insights gained for in-depth ethnographic and
design research to help drive innovations in and around Intel platforms,
creating technology that responds to human needs, desires and
aspirations.
Bell is particularly interested in issues of cultural difference as they
are expressed around technology adoption and use; she has conducted
fieldwork around the world and is currently working on a book based on
her recent ethnographic research in Asia. Her work has been widely
published and cited and she is active in the fields of anthropology,
computer-human interaction and ubiquitous computing.
Raised in Australia, Bell received the bulk of her education in the
United States. Prior to joining Intel in 1998, Bell taught anthropology
and Native American Studies at Stanford University in California. Bell
received her BA/MA in anthropology from Bryn Mawr College in
Pennsylvania in 1991. She earned a PhD in cultural anthropology from
Stanford University in 1998.

Sessions

2:00pm Thursday, 09/18/2008
Topic: Design & UX
Location: 1A21 & 22
Genevieve Bell (Intel Corporation)
In this session, we will focus on many different pathways and trajectories along which the internet is evolving and transforming. Read more.
9:35am Friday, 09/19/2008
Topic: Keynote
Location: Special Events Hall
Genevieve Bell (Intel Corporation)
Keynote with Genevieve Bell Read more.