Larissa Suzuki – Google
EUR ING Professor Dr Larissa Suzuki is an award-winning passionate computer scientist, engineer, author, entrepreneur, board member, philanthropist, and inventor.
She current works at Google as Head of Data and AI for Google Cloud. She also works alongside Vint Cerf on the Interplanetary Internet Project at Nasa JPL & IPNSIG, and on Sustainable AI through Federated Computations.
Her continuing academic work is at UCL, Harvard University, University of Quebec and Oxford University.
She has received numerous awards, grants and recognitions from the Royal Academy of Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, McLaren Racing, Intel, Google, Academy for Computing Machinery, the Institute of Engineering and Technology, Heidelberg Laureate Forum Foundation, Microsoft Research, EPSRC, amongst many others for her contributions to industry and international science.
She has published several research papers in academic journals, books and conferences, am a frequent Keynote – including a TedX, conference and panel speaker. She has written articles for Huffington Post, Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, Computer Weekly, Heidelberg Laureate Forum (Laureates of Computer Science and Mathematics), the Mayor of London, amongst others.
Currently she serves in the D&I Board of the Royal Academy of Enginering, the Search and Nominations Committee of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, the AI Committee of the Grace Hopper Conference, and Ambassador Council Member of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering. She is also on the Advisory Board of Workfinder and STEMazing.