Information about me, my work, and my academics
My name is Afnan Enayet. I’m a software engineer currently in the Bay Area. I studied Computer Science at Dartmouth College. I was on the Dartmouth Cycling Team, I play guitar, and I love taking pictures. Check out my pictures on Flickr!
You can reach me at [email protected].
I use PGP keys to sign and encrypt my emails. My public key is probably available on the usual public key servers. You can also access it here.
- Software engineer at Blend Labs on the infrastructure team (2019 - present)
- Interned at Capital One doing machine learning work with Payments API team (2018)
- Interned for Blend Labs on the infrastructure team (2017)
- Interned at Microsoft on the Windows core quality team (2015)
- Orthogonal Array Sampling for Monte Carlo Rendering (EGSR/CGF 2019)
- Undergraduate thesis: Orthogonal Array Sampling for Monte Carlo Rendering (citation)
- Replacing transistors with nanomagnets for computation (2015)
- Currently conducting research with Wojciech Jarosz of Dartmouth’s Visual Computing Lab and Pixar, researching potential ways to speed up Monte Carlo rendering using orthogonal arrays.
- Conducted research with the Department of Defense for a conceptual virtual reality simulation of the Battle of 73rd Easting with Dr. Joseph M. Rosen
- Researched using nanomagnets to replace transistors at Virginia Commonwealth University Nuclear and Mechanical Engineering Department with Professor Jayasimha Atulasimha
- Discrete Math
- Mobile Programming (Android app dev)
- Software Development and Implementation (learned C, shell scripting)
- Machine Learning
- Rendering Algorithms
- Deep Learning
- Cognitive Computing with Watson