Hugh E. Williams is the co-founder of CS in Schools which helps high school teachers confidently teach coding. He is also an Adjunct Professor and Distinguished Fellow at the Melbourne Business School, a member of the board of the State Library Victoria, a non-executive director of Rome2rio, an Adjunct Professor at RMIT University, and an advisor at Domain, Doordash, Expert360, Photobox, and Ocado Technology.
He was previously the Vice President of Google Maps at Google, and he has also held executive roles at eBay, Microsoft, Tinder, and Pivotal. Prior to that, he spent over 10 years researching and developing search technologies, and 5 years running his own startup and consultancy.
He has published around 120 works, mostly in the field of Information Retrieval. He is one of the inventors of Infinite Scroll, and he holds 33 US patents and has over 25 pending. He has a PhD from RMIT University in Australia.
In what remains of his time, Hugh likes running, cycling, and swimming. He’s a Seattle Mariners, Richmond Tigers, and QPR fan too. He was very happy when the Tigers won the 2017 flag. He is resigned to the mediocrity of the Mariners and QPR.
If you’re interested in Hugh’s background, visit his linkedin profile.