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Martin Curley

Digital Health Leader, Professor of Innovation, the Innovation Value Institute, Maynooth University

Martinis an experienced executive, an engineer and leading expert on innovation. He has  had a diverse global career in industry and academia, which has spanned the globe. He has lectured and spoken at many global universities and conferences and been in boardrooms worldwide.

As an engineer and industry executive, he has worked in the Netherlands and multiple locations in the USA and spent time at MIT as a visiting scholar. He was the Director of Digital Transformation and Open Innovation at the HSE and selected the challenge of trying to transform healthcare using digital technology and data by the innovation paradigm he created and termed as ‘Open Innovation 2.0.’

Prior to working as a healthcare executive, Martin was Senior Vice President and group head for Global Digital Practice at Mastercard. He was also vice president at Intel Corporation and Director/GM of Intel Labs Europe, Intel’s network of more than 50 research labs which he helped grow across the European region. He also served as a senior principal engineer at Intel Labs Europe leading Intel’s research and innovation engagement with the European Commission and the broader European Union research ecosystem. Previously, Martin was Global Director of IT Innovation and Director of IT Strategy and Technology at Intel. Earlier in his Intel caree  he held several senior positions in the United States and Europe. He also worked in research and management positions at GE in Ireland and Philips in the Netherlands.

No stranger to political institutions such as the UN, European Parliament, 10 Downing Street, and the White House, Martin has published eight books and many papers on digital, IT, innovation, and entrepreneurship. He has applied digital technologies to many sectors including smart cities, education, manufacturing, and the energy sector.

He is also a Professor of Innovation at Maynooth University, leading research into digital health capability maturity frameworks with clinicians and executives from companies such as Medtronic, Roche, Huawei, and Cisco.

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