Cavin is an Associate on the investing team at REMUS and focuses on early-stage investments in B2B software and research-driven companies. He leads the firm’s diligence processes and has worked extensively with entrepreneurs.
Before joining REMUS, Cavin built software at startups in both the Bay Area and Boston ecosystems and was a computer science graduate student at MIT. He worked at a growth-stage digital health startup developing special projects with the CTO and served as a leader on the core back-end team. Before his time in San Francisco, Cavin was at an early-stage email startup, where he built user interfaces. He also spent time at a large defense contractor creating models and designing embedded systems.
At MIT, Cavin served as a graduate teaching assistant for some of the largest courses in the computer science department and was a computer vision researcher. He was also involved in on-campus entrepreneur competitions, such as the MIT 100K. Cavin conducted his undergraduate research at the MIT Media Lab on a variety of interdisciplinary topics, involving data mining and visualizations.
Cavin graduated from MIT with a BS in Computer Science and pursued a Master’s of Engineering in AI at MIT.
What inspires you?
The inevitable and accelerating progression of technology.
What would you tell an aspiring entrepreneur?
Listening and being honest with yourself are two of the hardest skills to do well.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
Your habits should reflect your goals.