Martin Jambon

Mountain View, California, US

Independent Inventor, Autonomous Software
Martin's Skills
Mobile Application Development
Focus
Grit
Enterprise Application Development
Lean Startup
Long-term Vision
Search Engine Technology
Geometry
Audio Analysis
Protein Structure
User Experience Design
Algorithms
Biological Systems
Scientific Applications
Back-End Web Development
System Administration
Software Engineering
Software Architecture
Cognitive Science
Cognitive Modeling
Programming
Technical
Background

Startup Experience

First time founder

Age Group

36-55

About Martin

I have been developing a cognitive system capable of imagination, intuition, and general understanding of the world. Now is a good time to turn this side project into a company.

I'd love to team up with like-minded individuals who have a scientific background, programming skills and a taste for the arts.

Business experience welcome but not required.

Technical reports and research teasers: http://mjambon.com

Quote

We must know. We will know. - David Hilbert

Work Experience

Software Engineer, first employee

Esper

August 2013 - October 2017

Backend development, devops, some front-end, for 6 distinct products over 4 years. The company is focused on managing calendar time.

Software Engineer

Skydeck

August 2012 - July 2013

Backend and mobile development for photo-centric mobile dating app.

Tech Lead

Wink (acquired by MyLife)

April 2007 - July 2012

People search engine, backend development. Acquired by Reunion.com/MyLife.

Postdoctoral Researcher

Burnham Institute

September 2004 - March 2007

Created new method for estimating the resolution of a 3D protein structure independently from the experimental method used to produce it.

R & D Scientist

MEDIT Pharma

August 2003 - December 2003

Transferred technology developed during PhD to a startup interested in distributing and enhancing it.

PhD student, researcher, teaching assistant

IBCP, Univ. Lyon 1

January 2000 - July 2003

Developed new method and web service for locating local similarities in protein structures, with the hope that they might indicate functional similarities as well.

Education

ENS Lyon (Biology)

whatever comes before Master's/PhD

1997 - 1999