Cristian Norlin

Master Researcher


Cristian Norlin is a Master Researcher at the Ericsson Research User Experience Lab. With the task to explore and influence current and future technologies, Cristian and his colleagues conduct design driven research in the intersection between people, business, and technology. The scope of their current research activities includes developing a deeper understanding of societal changes and how these affect (and are affected by) technologies such as the Internet of Things, big data, and cloud solutions.

Prior to joining Ericsson, Cristian worked as an art director, interaction designer, and lecturer/tutor. He is the co-author of two books ("Wireless Foresight" (2001) and "Plei-Plei" (2012)), the co-author of several academic papers, and has given several workshops and presentations at international conferences. He is also the co-holder of several patents.

Cristian holds a Master of Arts degree in Computer Related Design from the Royal College of Art in London.

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