I am using this publication to post (about bi-monthly) some observations, thoughts or just interesting stuff I found on the boundary between life, business and technology; what I see as novel developments and what could be worth to discuss.
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Following studies in Chemistry and Biology I received a PhD in Biophysics from Freiburg/Br. University. After 10 years in academic research (Max-Planck-Institute, Harvard Univ., Univ. Konstanz) I spent another 10 years in the chemical/pharmaceutical industry in Basle/Switzerland managing SW application development.
In 1995 I moved on to Sun Microsystems where I took on different Chief Technology Officer roles from Swiss Country Technology Manager to CTO Global Government Strategy (more on my professional experience).
May 2012–November 2013 I was working with Infosys Ltd. as “Principal Technology Architect” in the Life Sciences Group.
I have been elected as member to the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences and to the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. 2000–2007 I served as Executive Juror for the EU IST Award and since 2008 I am serving as jury member of the Swiss ICT Award. I am chairman for a telemedicine company and member of several advisory boards.
I have been Associate Partner at Innovia Ventures, Executive Advisor at Experton Group, Authorized Partner at ABOS-CONWORKS, Consulting Expert and Council Member with Gehrson Lehrman Group and Guidepoint Global and am member of the Virtual Think Tank TechCast Expert Panel. A complete list of my memberships is found here.
2008–12 and since 2014 I have been offering services with my company (Dr. Hellmuth Broda Consulting) focusing on consultancy in ICT usage and usability.
“Think of me like Yoda, but instead of being little and green I wear suits and I’m awesome. I’m your bro – I’m Broda!”