Bruno Fernandez-Ruiz is co-founder and CTO of Nexar. Throughout his career, Bruno has created new products by applying computational science to large and complex distributed systems. At Nexar, he uses large-scale big data processing, machine learning, and machine vision to capture and analyze millions of sensor and image readings in the pursuit of safer roads. Previously, he was a Yahoo Senior Fellow where he oversaw the development and delivery of Yahoo’s personalization, ad targeting, and native advertising teams. He has also founded OneSoup (acquired by Synchronica), served as Enterprise Architect at Fidelity Investments International, and was Manager at Accenture’s Center for Strategic Research. Bruno holds an MSc degree in Operations Research and Transportation Science from MIT, an MEng in Computational Structural Engineering from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain), and he studied applied mathematics and computer science at the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris (France).
Areas of expertise
machine learning, big data, distributed systems, operations research