Before coming to Stanford, Angela was the lead analyst for industry research on wearables at Gartner. She advised companies bringing emerging wearable technology to market and was a frequent speaker at industry events. Her research included wearables as part of the Internet of Things, for artificial intelligence applications, for healthcare and as human-machine interfaces. Angela’s career in the tech industry also includes management of multi-company research programs at Intel and of R&D collaborations with semiconductor process equipment suppliers at Texas Instruments. Angela has an M.S. in Electronic Materials from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an M.S. in Management from MIT Sloan School and a Bachelors of Electrical Engineering from the University of Dayton.

Current Role at Stanford

Angela McIntyre is the Executive Director of the Stanford Wearable Electronics (eWEAR) Initiative. She manages the eWEAR affiliates program and provides member companies opportunities to connect with research and events related to wearables at Stanford University. As a primary contact to eWEAR, Angela fosters membership, assists in forming collaborations between industry and faculty, leads eWEAR events, and is an evangelist for wearables research at Stanford.

Education & Certifications

  • M.S. Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management
  • M.S. Electronic Materials, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, School of Engineering
  • B. of Electrical Engineering, University of Dayton, School of Engineering

Work Experience

  • Research Director, Gartner (5/1/2008 - 9/1/2017)

    Top industry analyst for wearables and their role in the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence
    Advised executives on company-specific opportunities and challenges of including wearables in their business
    Led Hype Cycle for Wearable Devices about emerging technology adoption
    Responsible for 5-year forecast for wearable device shipments and revenue


    Santa Clara, CA

  • Innovation Manager, Technology Business Development Manager, R&D Program Manager, Intel Corporation (11/1996 - 1/2007)

    Engaged university research labs and start-ups for investment in strategic technologies
    Led working groups of executives and strategic planners to prioritize opportunities and technology trends
    Risk manager for $60 million lithography hardware development consortium with three national labs


    Santa Clara, CA

  • R&D Collaboration Manager, Texas Instruments, Inc. (7/1/1995 - 11/1996)

    Negotiated four >$1 million development contracts with suppliers of manufacturing equipment
    Led project oversight analysis saving $2 million
    improved technology transfer process from R&D to manufacturing


    Dallas, TX

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