Marvin is the founder and director of Emet-Labs, a FinTech organization specializing in advanced research in computational causality applied to quantitative risk management. He invented and implemented deep causality, the first hyper-geometric computational causality library for the Rust programming language. 

In 2021, he worked as the head of quantitative research for an investment technology company focusing on applied artificial intelligence, specializing in automated trading systems. He invented the Quantum Portfolio Management system and built a next-generation automatic trading engine.

In 2018/19, he worked as an assistant for Harvard University, supporting leadership and organizational behavior courses. In 2018, he co-presented at the MOBTS Conference of Management and Organizational Behavior. 

He holds a degree in Biomedical Informatics from UMIT in Austria, a Diploma in Computer Science, and a master’s degree (First Class Honors) from the University of Auckland, the highest-ranked Academic institution in New Zealand. He holds a second master’s degree in management from Harvard University, a professional certificate in strategy management from Harvard University, and a certificate in disruptive innovation from Harvard Business School.

He completed the competitive “Deep Technology Bootcamp” at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2019. In 2020, he was admitted to the selective Harvard Innovation Lab to compete in the Presidential Innovation Challenge. He then studied automated trading systems under the four-time world champion. In 2021 he completed a professional certificate in quantum computing thanks to a generous fellowship from IBM. In his precious spare time, Marvin dances the Argentine Tango. He lives and works in Bali, Indonesia.