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Mathieu Chuat


Affiliate Professor to department Management & Technology
Master of Laws, Private Law, Intellectual Property and New Technologies Law, Université Grenoble 2

Areas of expertise

  • Corporate Law
  • Private Law
  • Innovation Economics
  • Innovation & Technology
  • Technology & Innovation management
Mathieu Chuat has been working as Director of Licensing & Business Development at Xerox Corporation since 2003. Previously he was Senior Business Development Manager at Xerox Innovation Group and Principal at Xerox Venture Labs. Mathieu has developed various business opportunities with Xerox technologies and commercialized Xerox's intellectual property in various technical areas worldwide. Prior to joining Xerox in 1999, Mathieu Chuat worked for Intel from 1992 as a marketing and business development manager at Intel's Marketing Center for Europe, Middle-East and Africa located in Munich, Germany. Mathieu Chuat has also been with an Independent Software Vendor as Executive Vice-President Sales, Marketing and Customer Services. Between 1987 and 1992, he worked for IT consulting company (acquired by IBM Global Services in 1993) as a project leader & consultant in information system design and engineering. Mathieu Chuat holds an engineering degree from Ecole Centrale de Lyon, an MBA from INSEAD, a Master of Laws (LL.M) in Business Law, spec. Intellectual Property and New Technologies Law from Grenoble 2 University and a BSc in Psychology from Paris 8 University. Mathieu is a Certified Licensing Professional at the Licensing Executives Society (U.S.A. and Canada), Inc.. Mathieu Chuat's teaching experience includes giving lectures in English and French to various audiences (MSc, Executive MSc, corporate seminars, ESC 2nd year, Master of Laws, PhD students) at Grenoble Ecole de Management, Grenoble 2 University and HEC Paris about management of innovation, management of R&D, business model design, intellectual property law, new technologies law and entrepreneurship. Mathieu has been a member of the Business Advisory Council of Grenoble Ecole de Management since 2003. In 2009 Mathieu authored a chapter in Pearson's Management of Innovation book coordinated by GEM faculty. Mathieu was awarded the 2009 GEM Technology Innovation Prize.