Matthew Bosworth

As a deeply technical engineering leader, I drive projects ranging from cloud deployments to web applications, focusing on healthcare and neurotech. I am a passionate generalist with skills in a variety of disciplines including management, education, and public speaking. I architected and built a cloud storage and API system that has been in production for nearly ten years, supporting thousands of EEG headsets and hundreds of thousands of recordings . I have shepherded a team building a cloud-based analysis pipeline from ideation through internal deployment and public launch, working closely with stakeholders in product and marketing.
Director, Cloud and Data Engineering, EMOTIV, Inc., San Francisco, CA
2017 - ongoing
Responsible for the architecture, development, and maintenance of all EMOTIV cloud systems. Led three overseas engineering teams: infrastructure, e-commerce, and web applications.

Principal Research Software Engineer, Neuropace, Inc., Mountain View, CA
2008 - 2020
Designed, implemented, and maintained clinical research tools built on the world's largest database of ambulatory epileptic ECoG recordings.
Sole proprietor, Codetastic, USA
2005 - ongoing
Strategic technology consulting and contracting. Designed, improved, cleaned up, and modernized a wide variety of software projects. Wide range of work including web applications, database management, device driver development, server-side applications, and thick clients. Sole proprietorship included sourcing projects, scoping, pricing, billing, and hand-off.

Full-stack development for CasePrism. Modernized and secured their web application in preparation for launch.

Full-stack development for Emotiv. Designed a database and RESTful API for a user facing web service.

Embedded Linux development for Neuropace, Inc. Driver and application software development on an ARM platform.

Web Services consulting for Preclick. Helped shape and implement the web services strategy.

Ruby on Rails development for Trabian. Developed a polling plugin for their content management system.

Web Application development for Mabo Studios. Architected and built an application to allow automated and auditable process management. Responsible for design, implementation, deployment, and maintenance.

Java development for ConVisia's document collaboration software. Responsible for major components of the rich client interface as well as upgrading the engineering processes.

Ruby on Rails development for Digital Learning Commons. Implemented integration projects between their platform and external software and authentication vendors.

VP Engineering and Cofounder, Tomo Software, Los Angeles, CA
2003 - 2005
Responsible for server-side architecture, engineering management, coding, and system administration.
  • Designed and built an AI-based, distributed simulation game in Java, including web and mobile APIs.
  • Designed a distributed database schema, reducing hardware costs and allowing for horizontal scaling of the data store
  • Grew the engineering department from 4x over 2 years.
  • Generated requirements and chose technologies for tools used to create content for the game.
  • Worked with business development team to design a generic billing system for mobile phone based games.
  • Specified, purchased, installed and maintained 99+% uptime of the colocated server farm.
Speaking and Instruction
Instructor, Data Science and Visualization Bootcamp, UC San Diego Extension, San Diego, CA
Feb, 2021 - Jul, 2021
Led a cohort of 22 students through a 6 month part-time bootcamp program.

Mentor, Full stack software engineering bootcamp, LEARN Academy, San Diego, CA
2016 - 2019
Mentored groups of 2-3 students through a 4-week internship and capstone project in full-stack web development.

Speaker, Pioneers 2019, Vienna, Austria

Industry delegate , Global Neuroethics Summit, Seoul, South Korea
As one of two industry delegates, presented a set of topics of interest to business people working with neurotech and brain data.

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Masters of Science, Computer Engineering, 2000
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
Bachelors of Science, Computer Engineering, 1998