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After serving as the global vice president at Samsung Electronics for over 2 years, Mistry has now been appointed as the President and CEO of STAR Labs (Samsung Technology & Advanced Research Labs), reports Free Press Journal.
Once an architecture dropout, Pranav's inclination for computers and technology took him where he justified his creative niche.
In addition, Pranav also went on to do a master's degree in Design from the Industrial Design Center, IIT Bombay.
The announcement was made by Mistry himself through a post on his LinkedIn profile, published on October 26.
The 37-year-old scientist, who hails from Palampur in Gujarat, is best known for SixthSense, a wearable gestural interface which allows users to use hand gestures to interact with the physical surroundings using digital information.
Pranav has also invented Mouseless - an invisible computer mouse and Sparsh - a simple way to copy-paste data between digital services among other notable inventions.
While SixthSense gave him the 2009 Invention Award by Popular Science, his other inventions collectively made him one of the world's top 35 innovators.
Now as the CEO and President of Samsung Star Labs, Mistry, who can give Tony Stark a run for his money, is all set to open a new frontier in the field of science and innovation.
With his key insights and depth of understanding, he is currently the most renowned Indian leader filling the top slot in foreign biggies after Sundar Pichai and Satya Nadella.