Christopher Cuong Nguyen is President and CEO of Arimo, a Panasonic company in Silicon Valley, where he leads the development of AI platforms and solutions for the enterprise.
He has served as engineering director of Google Apps and co-founded two other successful startups. As a professor, Christopher co-founded the Computer Engineering program at HKUST.
He earned his B.S. degree from the University of California-Berkeley summa cum laude, and a PhD. From Stanford, where he created the first standard-encoding Vietnamese software suite, authored RFC 1456 and contributed to Unicode 1.1.