Most recently on the Computer Science faculty of Carnegie Mellon University, he is currently the co-founder of a New York City-based Hedge Fund applying the academic research of his team. His track record in research, investing, and consulting have tended toward complex issues especially around the concepts of influence networks, modeling socio-economic systems, and recently the behavior of central banks.
Eric Daimler has been working in the software business for over twenty years as an entrepreneur, consultant, financier, and venture investor. He has founded or co-founded five companies. As part of a US$1.5B venture fund that he managed with other partners, he has directly invested over $250M, returning that amount back many times with early-stage debt and equity investments in e.phipany, Hotmail, Monterey Networks, Portal SW, TiVo, Transmeta, Virata, among others. Eric started as a developer at the Software Engineering Institute, but prior to his most recent role in academia as Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor of Software Engineering Practice at Carnegie Mellon University, Eric spent more than a decade as a Financier, Investor, and Entrepreneur in New York, London, and the San Francisco Bay Area. For Merrill Lynch, and later Morgan Stanley, he worked on complex financial transactions for companies such as Cisco and Netscape, and for sovereign countries such as Colombia and Lebanon. He most recently worked as the first non-founder executive in a NEA/KPCB(Vinod Khosla)-backed storage software & systems company developing dynamically scalable storage. He then founded and then sold his own firm developing storage virtualization software. Eric taught in the graduate program of Carnegie Mellon University's Computer Science School and lectured broadly on Engineered Innovation launching the Entrepreneurship program in 2003. He founded the Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Association in 1987, co-founded the Computer Science College’s Alumni Advisory Board in 1998 and one of the founders of Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley in 2002.
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