About


Me with a rather unfortunate haircut.
I’m Eric Frankel, a mathematician, amateur runner, and bad haircut enthusiast in the Bay Area.

I study math and a mixture of computer science and statistics at Stanford. Currently, I'm particularly interested in combinatorics and hyperbolic geometry, generative models, and machine learning theory and its applications. I'm doing research in the Stanford Vision Lab on accurate depth estimation with a stereo camera and LIDAR sensors. I did research with Michael Bernstein’s group in the Stanford HCI Lab on assessing generative models. In the past, I’ve worked at Lumi Labs and the Translational Genomics Research Institute.

When I'm not focused on my classes, I like working on side projects with my friends, running slower than I would like, visiting exciting places, and eating delicious food.