Kenneth Rohde Christiansen is a Danish software engineer and architect, specialized in mobile and web technology. Working at Intel out of Copenhagen, Kenneth helps define Intel's strategy and plans regarding the Web Platform, as well as puts it into action. Before joining Intel, Kenneth was employed by Nokia (Denmark and Brazil) where he worked on Qt, WebKit, as well as many other mobile projects. One of the key projects include the Nokia N9 browser; the world's first WebKit2 multi-process based browser on a mobile device, as well as the initial WebKit EFL port which lays the foundation of the Tizen OS used by such devices as the Samsung Gear 2 smart watches. Today, Kenneth mostly contributes to Blink and Chromium as well as a newly launched project called Crosswalk, a web-based runtime targeting multiple platforms, incl. Android. On the standardization side, Kenneth is participating in the multiple W3C working groups, aiming at improving and bringing web technology to even more people and platforms!