David Eigen


I am currently a PhD student at the Computer Science department at NYU's Courant Institute, working in computer vision and machine learning. My advisor is Rob Fergus.

Here is a link to my CV.

Previously, I was in San Francisco working on antispam and antimalware at Cisco IronPort Systems.

Before IronPort, I was at NetApp, where I worked on the WAFL filesystem and rewrote much of the NVLog intent journal. Before that, I was at Brown, where I studied math, computer science and cognitive science.

Here are some pictures of the jigsaw puzzle I made for Burning Man '09.

The differential geometry visualization software I developed at Brown with Prof. Banchoff has since been applied to more applications and labs over the past few years. One of the latest is here, and complements the textbook "Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces" by Banchoff and Lovett.

Projects older than those on my CV are here. This includes selected final projects from various classes.