Andy Nogueira is a Principal Software Developer for the Research Transfer team at Autodesk Research. Located in the Toronto office, he is part of a team responsible for converting successful research outcomes into production-quality components and supporting their integration into products. He has worked on Project Chronicle from the ground up and helped it to successfully become a fully released product now called Autodesk Screencast. He also worked on Project Draco, a tool that enables people to bring Illustrations to life. Project Draco was released as Autodesk Sketchbook Motion app and it was selected by Apple as the "iPad app of the year" in 2016.
He comes to Autodesk with over 19 years of professional experience in the IT industry and has worked for medium to large-sized corporations in both the financial and technology sectors. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science in Brazil. His interests include Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Computing, IoT, Cloud Computing, Mobile and Web Development.
Fluent in a number of languages (e.g. English, Portuguese, and Spanish), Andy enjoys playing with his daughter and his dog in his spare time.
Ben Lafreniere, Tovi Grossman, Fraser Anderson, Justin Matejka, Heather Kerrick, Danil Nagy, Lauren Vasey, Evan Atherton, Nick Beirne, Marcelo Coelho, Nicholas Cote, Steven Li, Andy Nogueira, Long Nguyen, Tobias Schwinn, James Stoddart, David Thomasson, Ray Wang, Thomas White, David Benjamin, Maurice Conti, Achim Menges, George Fitzmaurice (2016)Crowdsourced Fabrication
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ACM Symposium on User Interface Software & Technology
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