About Me

As of August 2017, I'm an engineer at Alphabet.

Before joining Alphabet, I spent three and a half years working on surface reconstruction for HoloLens, particularly around high-performance algorithm development, meshing, and system architecture for the Spatial Mapping platform. Prior to my involvement in HoloLens, I worked on application anti-tampering and integrity in Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1.

Going further back in time, I attended Ohio State University, where I graduated magna cum laude with Honors in Engineering and an Honors Minor in Math from the Computer Science & Engineering Department. I worked in Dr. James Davis's Computer Vision Lab as an undergraduate research assistant, interned at the Ohio Supercomputer Center, Chemical Abstracts Service, and Microsoft, and started work at Microsoft full-time in 2012.

Some side projects of mine include a home-based virtual assistant system with Phillips Hue integration and voice control, a lamp that displays the outside temperature by color, wirelessly-controlled LED lighting in my desk, and a couple of ESP8266 microcontrollers that I'm fiddling with while figuring out the next project.

Contact Details

Michael Schoenberg
333 Harrison St., Apt. 713
San Francisco, CA 94105 USA


Get In Touch.

Email is the best way to contact me. Send mail to michael@schoenberg.rocks.