Emil is currently exploring code synthesis, mathematical reasoning, and deep reinforcement learning. He's studying Computer Science at 42 Paris. In 2018, he made a popular open source project that translates design mock-ups into HTML/CSS, Screenshot-to-code. Google recently recognized him as a Google Developer Expert on Machine Learning.
His blog is translated to a dozen languages, which reaches over a million developers each year. Emil used to work for Oxford's business school and he started a seed investment firm focussed on education technology. Email: email@example.com
Looking for a deep learning engineering/research internship at the end of 2019.
A Short Video Introduction
- Screenshot-to-code, A neural network that transforms a design mock-up into a static website.
- Colorization, Coloring B&W portraits with neural networks. (featured by Google)
- Drawing-to-logo, a custom pix2pixHD model that transforms drawings into graphics (featured at NeurIPS 2018).
- Core-war, A reproduction of the Core War game. Assembly compiler, Virtual Machine and GUI.
July 2017 - January 2018 (7 months) | San Francisco Bay Area
Developing deep learning projects and documenting the process.
December 2012 - November 2014 (2 years) | London
Europe's leading seed investor for edtech companies.
April 2012 - January 2014 (1 year 10 months) | Oxford
I assisted their MBA course on design thinking and did websites for the Skoll Centre.
(2016 - 2019) | Paris
42 is a private, nonprofit and tuition-free computer programming school created and funded by French billionaire Xavier Niel.
' My God is 42 impressive. This is not another programming bootcamp. It's another MIT.', Paul Graham.
(2011 - 2012) | Stockholm
A joint program for six students between the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm School Of Economics, and Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design on Venture Creation.
- Kubernetes, Firebase, FloydHub, Google Cloud Platform, Digital Ocean, and AWS.
- Sketch and Photoshop.
- English and Swedish.
- I've lived in Ghana where I volunteered as a teacher and accidentally became the king of the village I lived in.
- I joined a music group and toured a dozen countries. My highlight was a Spanish solo for 6k Mexicans. (For the record, I'm a terrible singer. I only got the opportunity because the three first options were sick.)
- For a year, I lived as a digital nomad in southeast Asia, the States, and South Africa.
- I run the equivalent of a marathon every week, only wear black, and I own less than a hundred objects.
- I've participated in a silent retreat and taken several solo trips to remote parts of the world.