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Dr. Craig Nevill-Manning joined Google in 2000 as a Senior Research Scientist, responsible for developing new high-precision search techniques for use in the Google search engine. He went on to found Google's first satellite software engineering center, located in New York City, where he is currently an Engineering Director. Nevill-Manning joined Google from the Computer Science Department of Rutgers University, where he conducted research in data compression, information retrieval and computational biology. Prior to Rutgers, Nevill-Manning was a post-doctoral fellow in the Biochemistry Department of Stanford University, where he developed eMOTIF, a software suite used by many pharmaceutical research laboratories to identify the role of particular proteins within cells.
Nevill-Manning has published 41 research papers and received a National Science Foundation Career Grant. A native of New Zealand, Nevill-Manning earned a BS in Computer Science from Canterbury University and a PhD in Computer Science from Waikato University.