Natan Linder is a member of the Fluid Interfaces group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab. With research interests spanning mobile technologies, rapid prototyping, robotics, augmented reality and industrial design, his work fuses engineering and design to create novel human experiences.
Natan’s background is in computer science, product design and entrepreneurship. As a ten-year industry veteran, he worked for Sun Microsystems and was co-founder of Samsung Electronics R&D Centre in Israel, where he served as its Mobile R&D General Manager.
Natan was also an Entrepreneur in Residence at Jerusalem Venture Partners, a leading venture capital investment company in Israel. Just before joining the Fluid Interfaces group at MIT, he was the Lead User Interface Designer at the US robotics and artificial intelligence company Heartland Robotics.
Natan holds a BA in Computer Science from the Interdisciplinary Centre (IDC) in Herzeliya, Israel.