Laurent Cerveau is a French software engineer and scientist. He also worked as a project manager specialized in the bring out of innovative consumer-oriented software products
He worked at Apple from 1999 to 2008 where he held different positions and in various countries. As engineering manager, he designed the first architecture for audio drivers on MacOS X (USA). Then he moved to Paris (France) in 2001 and was project manager for the iCal and iSync projects, before becoming engineering manager of the iSync team in 2003. In 2005 he moved to Hamburg (Germany) contributing to the development of Apple's audio applications.
In 2008, still in Hamburg he co-founded mobileo with, among others, Freddie Geier and Tilman Hampl. He then led the development of the complete mobileo information system and product line. In 2009, after mobileo's demise, he moved back to Paris and worked in an iPhone/iPad agency, mainly for one customer, Hachette, in the areas of digital books.
In 2010, he created MMyneta a tech company dedicated to the exploration of the concept of action engines. The same year, he started to collaborate in parallel to the development of the video aggregation platform, Plizy, and fully joined the company as CTO in spring 2011.
In 2013, Laurent started the Nephorider project with the goal of providing proper visualization and data extraction of a cloud based infrastructure.
Laurent Cerveau holds a PhD in Acoustics from the Paris VI University, a Master in DSP/Acoustics/Computer science from the Paris VI University, and an engineering diploma from the ENSEA.
|Jan 9, 2014||RudeBaguette - Apple's former iCal & iSync creator launches Nephorider to visualize your Cloud Infrastructure|
|Jul 20, 2012||CNet - Google snatches up Sparrow team to work on Gmail - CNET|
|May 19, 2011||TechCrunch - Plizy iPad app tries to be a Flipboard-meets-Pandora for video|