Andrew Moedinger

Andrew Moedinger graduated from Stetson University in May 2007 and started at Google's Seattle office after participating in the Schlern International Music Festival in Italy that summer. Today, he is excited to be involved in shaping the future of technology and communication with Google, where he is a currently a senior software engineer and tech lead in the Zürich office.

While at Stetson University, Andrew completed degrees in computer science and piano performance with a GPA of 4.0. He was the School of Music's senior speaker and received awards including the 2007 Etter McTeer Turner Award for outstanding academic performance, leadership and community service, the 2007 Maris Prize for Outstanding Oral Presentation, 2007 Outstanding Senior in Computer Science, and the 2006 Presser Scholar Award for the Outstanding Junior in the School of Music. For his musical extracurricular activities, he was fortunate to be able to participate in master classes with pianists from Paul Badura-Skoda to Howard Shelley and compete in a number of piano competitions. In combination with his computer science studies, he was president of Stetson University's chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery from 2005-2006.

Since graduating, Andrew has worked on a variety of projects at Google, from web search experiments, to the Closure JavaScript compiler, to Gmail. His recent projects include the Priority Inbox, the Gmail visual redesign and the Gmail/Google+ integrations.