Distinguished Engineer, Google
Dr. Luiz André Barroso is a Distinguished Engineer at Google, where he
has worked across several engineering areas, ranging from applications
to software infrastructure and the design of Google's computing platform.
Prior to Google he was a member of the Research Staff at Compaq and
Digital Equipment Corporations, where co-architected and designed
Piranha, a chip-multiprocessing system that helped inspire many of
today's multi-core CPUs. Luiz has also worked at IBM Brazil's Rio
Scientific Center and lectured at PUC-Rio (Brazil) and Stanford University.
He holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering from USC, and Masters
and Bachelors degrees in Electrical Engineering from PUC-Rio, Brazil.