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Dr. Shahriar Rabii

Vice President
Facebook, Inc.

 

Education :

  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Stanford University

Experience :

  • Vice President, Facebook
  • Founder of Silicon Eng and Technology Eng, Google
  • Founder, Arda Technologies
  • Co-Founder, Aeluros
  • Member of Founding Team, Atheros

Biography:

Dr. Rabii is Vice President and Head of Silicon and Technology Engineering at Facebook where he has established and scaled the silicon engineering and technology engineering organizations with a focus on AR and VR products. His teams push the frontier on computation, artificial intelligence, communication interfaces, sensing and display technologies. Prior to Facebook he held senior leadership positions at Google where he founded the silicon engineering and the technology engineering groups. His teams delivered the Pixel Visual Core, the Titan Secure Element and many other components into Google’s consumer hardware products and data centers. Dr. Rabii was founder or member of the founding team at Arda Technologies, Aeluros and Atheros Communications.

He earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1998.Dr. Rabii is Vice President and Head of Silicon and Technology Engineering at Facebook where he has established and scaled the silicon engineering and technology engineering organizations with a focus on AR and VR products. His teams push the frontier on computation, artificial intelligence, communication interfaces, sensing and display technologies. Prior to Facebook he held senior leadership positions at Google where he founded the silicon engineering and the technology engineering groups. His teams delivered the Pixel Visual Core, the Titan Secure Element and many other components into Google’s consumer hardware products and data centers. Dr. Rabii was founder or member of the founding team at Arda Technologies, Aeluros and Atheros Communications. He earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1998.

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