Lalitesh Katragadda's keynotes reflect Katragadda's technological competence and appreciation through his work with Google. As a key engineer for the web giant, he has been a prominent influence on the Map Maker and Transliteration projects.
Educated at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, where he received his Bachelor of Technology in 1990, Katragadda went on to achieve his Master's of Science in Aerospace from Iowa State University in 1991, his Master's of Science in Design Division in 1992 from Stanford, and his Master's of Science, and Ph.D. in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University in 1997. The highly educated online master then joined the Google team in 2002, at which he currently holds the position of Engineer.
As a co-founder of Google India, Katragadda has been a major player within the Google structure. Lalitesh Katragadda's keynotes focus on his innovations at Google and how Google is identified within the online world. His timely relevance in the information age as part of the information keeper has truly set Katragadda apart as a web developer.