Phil Keslin

Chief Technology Officer

small lab within Google






Phil is currently the CTO of a small mobile application startup lab within Google. Located primarily in San Francisco and Mountain View, the venture is exploring the convergence of mobile, geo and social with a range of applications. While at Google, Phil has also made contributions to SteetView, Gmail and Lively. Prior to joining Google, Phil was a GPU architect at NVIDIA and a key contributor to the design and development of both the NV40 and G80 GPUs.

In 2000, Phil joined up with several others to form Keyhole. At Keyhole, Phil led the development of the Earthviewer application as its CTO. The company was later acquired by Google and the Earthviewer would later become Google Earth.

Phil received his Bachelors from University of Texas at Austin and his MBA from Southern Methodist University.