Moshe Lutz joined the Applied Sciences Group in 2010 and works in the hardware-software boundary to create new human-machine interaction experiences.
Before joining the group, Moshe worked on several versions of Microsoft Office, including integrating an advanced social user interface (ie the office assistant (ie Clippit)) into the product.
He holds a BA from University of California, Berkeley in both Math and Music and an MS from University of Washington in Computer Science.
In his free time, Moshe likes composing music, wrestling with ideas, beating other ASG members at ping pong, and playing championship dodgeball. Also, ice cream. And, corn nuts. Ooh! Pickles?