Sergey Brin Biography, Age, Family, Wife, Education and Net worth

Sergey Brin Biography

Sergey Brin is an American internet entrepreneur and Computer scientist. He is the Co-founder of Google together with Larry Page. Sergey is the President of Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. As of June 2019, Brin is the 13th-richest person in the world, with an estimated net worth of US$50.1 billion.

Sergey  immigrated to the United States together with his family from Soviet Union when he was 6 years.
He attained his bachelor’s degree at the University of Maryland, College Park, following in his fathers and grandfather’s footsteps by studying mathematics and computer sciences. After he graduated he joined Stanford University to acquire a PhD in computer science this is where he met Larry Page, with whom they later became friends. They filled their dormitory room with inexpensive computers and applied Sergey Brin’s data mining system to build a web search engine. When the program became popular at Stanford, they suspended their PhD studies to start up Google in a rented garage. The news letter from the Economist referred Sergey Brin as an “Enlightenment Man”and as someone who believes that “knowledge is always good and certainly always better than ignorance'”

He was husband to Anne Wojcicki the founder of 23andme before the divorce in June 2015,he was the former brother-in-law of Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of You-tube.

Sergey Brin Age

He was born on August 21 1973 in Moscow, in the Soviet Union, he is 46 years as of 2019.

Sergey Brin Family|Parent

He was born to Russian Jewish parents, Yevgenia and mikhail Brin, both parents are graduates of Moscow State University(MSU). His father is a mathematics professor at the University of Maryland, and his mother a researcher at NASA’s Godddard Space Flight Center.

The family had a three-room apartment in central Moscow where they lived together with Sergey’s paternal grandmother. Sergey Brin told Mark Malseed of moment magazine in “The Story of Sergey Brin,” That he known for a long time that his father wasn’t able to pursue the career he wanted,” but he only picked up the details years later after they had settled in the United States.

In 1977 is when the family emigrated after Sergey Brin’s father returned from a mathematics conference in Warsaw, Poland, Milkhail Brin told his wife and mother that they cannot stay there anymore since after mingling freely with colleagues from the United States, France, England and Germany he discovered his intellectual brethren in the West were not monsters. Sergey Brin decided that it was important to leave while her mother was less willing to leave their home in Moscow where they had spent their entire lives.

Sergey Brin Girlfriend|Sergey Brin Wife|Sergey Brin Divorce

In May 2007 is when Sergey Brin was married Anne Wojcicki Biotech analyst and entrepreneur in Bahamas. The couple had a son in late 2008 and a daughter in late 2011. Later in August 2013 it was discovered that Brin had an extramarital affair with Google Glass’s marketing director and at this time the were living separately with her wife. Sergey Brin divorced his wife in June 2015 when it was finalized.

Larry Page And Sergey Brin

They are the co-founder of Google. Sergey Brin met with Larry Page when he enrolled in Stanford University to acquire a PhD in computer science whom they became friend and intellectual soul-mates, though they seemed to disagree on most subjects.

Sergey Brin Concentrated more on developing data mining while Larry Page’s was in extending the concepts of inferring the importance of a research paper from its citations in other papers. Together the two authored a paper titled. “The Anatomy of Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine. The developed the PageRank algorithm and they came to know that it could be used to build a search engine far superior to existing ones.

The new algorithm relied on a new kind of technology that analyzed the relevance of the backlinks that connected one Web page to another, and allowed the number of links and their rank, to determine the rank of the page.

Larry Page and Sergey Brin

Combining their ideas, the two  began utilizing Page’s dormitory room as a machine laboratory, and removing  spare parts from inexpensive computers to create a device that they used to connect the nascent search engine with Stanford’s broadband campus network.

After filling Page’s room with equipment, they then converted Brin’s dorm room into an office and programming center, where they tested their new search engine designs on the Web. The rapid growth of their project caused Stanford’s computing infrastructure to experience problem.

Page and Brin used the former’s basic HTML programming skills to set up a simple search page for users, as they did not have a web page developer to create anything visually elaborate. They also start using any computer part they could find to assemble the necessary computing power to handle searches by multiple users. As their search engine grew in popularity among Stanford users, it needed additional servers to process the queries. In August 1996, the initial version of Google, still on the Stanford University website, was made available to Internet users.

Sergey Brin Education

He  attended elementary school at Paint Branch Montessori School in Adelphi, Maryland, but he received further education at home; his father, a professor in the department of mathematics at the University of Maryland, encouraged him to learn mathematics and his family helped him retain his Russian-language skills. He attended Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Greenbelt, Maryland. In September 1990,  Sergey Brin enrolled in the University of Maryland, where he acquired  his Bachelor of Science from the Department of Computer Science in 1993 with honors in computer science and mathematics at  nineteen years, which is part of the University of Maryland College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences.

He began his graduate study in computer science at Stanford University on a graduate fellowship from the National Science Foundation. In 1993, he was in an internship at Wolfram Research, the developers of Mathematical. As of 2008 he was on leave from his PhD studies at Stanford.

Sergey Brin Net Worth

He has a net worth  of 54.5 billion USD  as of August 2019, he  is said to be the 9th-richest person in the world.

Sergey Brin Religion

He is a jewish

Sergey Brin Quotes

  1. Obviously everyone wants to be successful, but I want to be looked back on as being very innovative, very trusted and ethical and ultimately making a big difference in the world. …
  2. Solving big problems is easier than solving little problems. …
  3. We want Google to be the third half of your brain.
  4. I feel there’s an existential angst among young people. I didn’t have that. They see enormous mountains, where I only saw one little hill to climb.
  5. I would like to see anyone be able to achieve their dreams, and that’s what this organization does.
  6. When I was growing up, I always knew I’d be in the top of my class in math, and that gave me a lot of self-confidence.
  7. Google actually relies on our users to help with our marketing. We have a very high percentage of our users who often tell others about our search engine.
  8. But the vast majority of books ever written are not accessible to anyone except the most tenacious researchers at premier academic libraries. Books written after 1923 quickly disappear into a literary black hole.
  9. Once you go from 10 people to 100, you already don’t know who everyone is. So at that stage you might as well keep growing, to get the advantages of scale.
  10. Some say Google is God. Others say Google is Satan. But if they think Google is too powerful, remember that with search engines unlike other companies, all it takes is a single click to go to another search engine

Sergey Brin Books

  1. “Surely you’re joking,Mr Feynman!”
  2. “Snow Crash” by Neal Stephenson

Sergey Brin Email|Contact

His email adderess is sergey@google.com  and telephone number is +1 650 253 0000

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