Dr. Arnaud Sahuguet was until recently a Product Manager for Google.org in New York working on civic innovation, as part of the Google social impact team. For the last two years, he has been working on mobile micro-donations (OneToday) and child protection (in collaboration with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children). Before Google.org, he worked on Google Maps infrastructure and helped the Google Speech team productize its technology, with products such as GOOG-411 and Voice Search. Before joining Google in 2006, he worked almost 5 years as a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Labs research, in Murray Hill, NJ, where he published numerous papers, worked on standards for user profile management in telecom networks, identity management, personalization and converged services. Arnaud got his PhD from UPenn, on the topic of distributed query languages and optimization. While at UPenn, Arnaud founded Tropean Inc, to commercialize a screen scrapping technology for web sites. Before that, he graduated from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in France (MSc in Civil Engineering) and from Ecole Polytechnique (BS).