Neil Hendin is a hardware engineering manager at Google LLC, where he is responsible for overseeing the ChromeOS hardware team. He joined Google in 2011, and his previous roles there have included working on the design of the company's Chromebooks, as well as earlier generations of Pixel phones.
Prior to Google, Neil was involved in the RF design of several cellular phones for Palm Inc., including the Palm Pre. Other previous roles include working on RF and embedded systems for Nvidia, and for Hewlett-Packard/Agilent Technologies (in a division that is now Broadcom), where his efforts were concentrated on early RF modules with PAs and FBAR filters. He was also an applications engineer at Maxim Integrated Products.
Neil received his bachelor's and master's degrees in engineering sciences from Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass.