Inaki holds Master and Ph.D. degrees in Engineering from Cambridge University (as a British Council scholar), UK, and was postdoctoral research fellow of the Cambridge-MIT Institute. He has also been a two-year Fulbright scholar (M.A.) at Columbia University, New York.
In the past he has worked as a researcher at Hewlett Packard (Brussels, Belgium), STMicroelectronics (San Diego, CA), Pentium group of Intel (NY) and NEC Laboratories America (Princeton, NJ). He is the author of over 25 peer-reviewed research articles in international journals and proceedings and is the inventor of 3 patents. More recently, he has worked two years as a consultant at McKinsey & Company (Madrid, Sao Paulo and Helsinki) and a summer at Microsoft Corporate Strategy (Seattle, WA). He is currently completing his MBA at MIT Sloan fully sponsored by the Rafael del Pino Foundation.
On Saturday, I attended the 2nd annual Elevator Pitch Competition (EPC) at MIT—the first leg of the year-long MIT $100K Business Plan Competition. The EPC is all about generating ideas, and... Read more »