Eamonn Sinnott is Vice President Technology and Manufacturing Group at Intel Corporation and the General Manager of Intel in Ireland. Joining Intel in 1991, he has held a variety of management positions in Ireland and in the USA prior to his appointment as General Manager of Intel Ireland in 2010 and where he was instrumental in securing the record $7 billion upgrade to the Leixlip campus. This has enabled the production of Intel’s leading edge process technologies and products from Ireland. Eamonn is passionate about the intersection between technology and creativity and plays a leadership role in supporting innovative initiatives such as the Ireland’s Edge conference aimed at encouraging more integrated policy across arts, science, technology and learning. Eamonn is a former President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland and is a Fellow of the Irish Academy of Engineering and currently chairs the Mid-East Action Plan for Jobs and is a member of IBEC’s Technology Ireland board. Eamonn is also a member of the Institute of Directors in Ireland. Eamonn received an MBA from University College Dublin in 2000 and a Bachelor of Science from Trinity College in 1986. In 2015, Eamonn was conferred with an Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy from Dublin Institute of Technology.