Eugen Feller, PhD
Principal Software Engineer

Verizon Labs
499 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto, CA-94301, USA

Email: eugen (dot) feller (at)


  • Paper accepted at IEEE BigData 2016 Joint paper with my CMU and Ericsson colleagues on incremental matrix factorization in recommender systems accepted at IEEE BigData 2016!
    Posted Oct 16, 2016, 9:07 AM by Eugen Feller
  • Joined Verizon Labs Excited to be joining the team at Verizon Labs!
    Posted Apr 18, 2016, 6:33 PM by Eugen Feller
  • Area chair at IEEE CLOUD 2016 Consider submitting your papers to IEEE CLOUD 2016 (
    Posted Mar 1, 2016, 4:30 PM by Eugen Feller
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I am a Principal Software Engineer at Verizon Labs. Prior to that, I was a Senior Research Engineer at Ericsson Silicon Valley Lab. I did a postdoc in the Integrated Data Frameworks Group of the Data Science and Technology Department at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL). I received my PhD with highest honors in Computer Science from the University of Rennes 1, France (2012) under the supervision of Dr. Christine Morin. During the PhD I was a member of the Myriads INRIA project-team. I obtained Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Computer Science from Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (HHU), Germany in 2008 (resp. 2009). I was a student research assistant at the HHU, interned in the Myriads INRIA project-team and was a summer intern at LBNL.

Areas of Interest

Currently, I focus on the design and implementation of data processing systems and algorithms. I am also interested in performance analysis and evaluation, automated storage provisioning, data placement strategies, and life-cycle management of applications in cloud computing environments. Overall my current research and development activities are centered around the following areas:
  • Large-scale distributed systems
  • Cloud computing, Real-time big data analytics
  • Scalabiltiy, Fault tolerance, High availability
  • Virtualization, Energy-efficient resource management
  • Performance analysis and evaluation