Lead Engineer, Google Maps, GoogleLars Eilstrup Rasmussen is a member of Google's technical staff and a lead engineer of the team that created Google Maps. He currently manages Google's nascent Sydney engineering office and is actively working to expand Google's engineering presence in Australia.
Rasmussen holds a Ph.D. in theoretical computer science from the University of California at Berkeley, which nominated his thesis on approximate counting for the ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award.
In early 2003, Rasmussen co-founded with his brother Jens Eilstrup Rasmussen a mapping-related startup, Where 2 Technologies, which was acquired by Google in October of 2004.
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Where 2.0 Conference 2006