About

 

(photo by David Cuartielles)

Massimo Banzi is the co-founder of the Arduino project. He is an Interaction Designer, Educator and Open Source Hardware advocate. He has worked as a consultant for clients such as: Prada, Artemide, Persol, Whirlpool, V&A Museum and Adidas.

Massimo started the first FabLab in Italy which led to the creation of Officine Arduino, a FabLab/Makerspace based in Torino.

He spent 4 years at the Interaction Design Institue Ivrea as Associate Professor. Massimo has taught workshops and has been a guest speaker at institutions allover the world.

Before joining IDII he was CTO for the Seat Ventures incubator. He spent many years working as a software architect,both in Milan and London, on projects for clients like Italia Online, Sapient, Labour Party, BT, MCI WorldCom, SmithKlineBeecham, Storagetek, BSkyB and boo.com.

Massimo is also the author of “Getting Started with Arduino” published by O’Reilly. He is a regular contributor to the italian edition of Wired Magazine and Che Futuro, an online magazine about innovation.

He currently teaches Interaction Design at SUPSI Lugano in the south of Switzerland and is a visiting professor at CIID in Copenhagen.

Contact press (at) arduino.cc

High Res photos available here http://www.flickr.com/photos/mbanzi/sets/72157626169958305/


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  4. Earl Kim

    Hi, M.Banzi, I had very impression of your book “Getting Started with Arduino”.
    Because you are very simply and easily teaching about Arduino in that book.
    So, I think that if more students in Korea can read the book easily, it is Goood!
    I have a proposal. Would I translate that book to korean?
    Please give me a chance. and contact me via email. :)

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