Neil Rhodes

Adjunct Professor

Neil received his M.S. in Computer Science at UC San Diego (UCSD) in 1985. He was in the Ph.D. program until 1987 working with Patrick Dymond on parallel algorithms. At that point, he left to start a Macintosh software company Palomar Software with Joel West. In 1990, he left Palomar to form Calliope Enterprises, a consulting company. In 2005, he began as a Lecturer in the Computer Science and Engineering department at UCSD. In 2007, he moved to Google, where he worked on Google Analytics and Google Tag manager in the Irvine office until he retired in 2014 as a Staff Software Engineer.