Emily studied Political Science and Italian at the Northwestern University as well as Intercultural Communication and Cooperation at the Munich University of Applied Sciences. For metaio she is working for our patent office. She’s doing the Intellectual Property Administration & Research and manages all the correspondence related to patents & trademarks and conducts research related to other patents out there in the world. Sounds quite boring doesn’t it? But Emily isn’t that at all! So let us introduce her in the legendary Metaio interview:
I first came to Germany through the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange program, where I studied environmental politics and had an internship with a Munich city environmental group. After that, I worked in an English-German Kindergarten before beginning my Masters program and starting a job as a Patent Administrator for a Patent Law Firm. So I guess you can say I have a colorful work history. I am loving the day to day of Intellectual Property administration at Metaio – so many amazing ideas and innovations!
I heard about Metaio through a friend who also works here. Word of mouth truly is the best way to advance your career.
I love that metaio manages to have the character of a small(ish) start up but still have such diverse and international employees! I feel like every day, I meet someone from a different country.
I love swimming and the water, so when the weather is nice, you can usually find me at a pool or a lake. I have tried most water related sports (in the photo, I am suited up for an Underwater Hockey match) but in the end, I’m a swimmer at heart.
The group birthday singing is the best. I always get goosebumps when a bunch of people sing together. It doesn’t matter how off key we are.
Well, being American and all, my favorite sport is Football, and I think the USA Today augmented tour of the Cowboy’s Superbowl Stadium is pretty cool. Although I have to mention as a devout Pittsburgh Steelers fan: booo Cowboys!
Check out the USA Today Channel on Junaio here
Jack knew that he was interested in Augmented Reality ever since he learned how to read at age 25. Fast forward and Jack now works at center of the universe when it comes to AR: the offices of Metaio. How did he wind up here? We don’t know, but we have yet to find a legitimate excuse to get rid of him. In the meantime we let him work on the blog and run the Metaio US PR operations. When not talking and writing about AR technology, he can usually be found augmenting his reality by more traditional means down the local pub.