Staff members

Daniel DOBOS, PhD

Technology & Innovation
Daniel is a particle physicist with a 15 year career at CERN working on detectors, project and innovation management, as well as large-scale data acquisition and analysis.


Karolos is a Research Fellow at DESY working on the ATLAS Experiment at CERN. He studied engineering and business administration at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and physics at Purdue University.

Steve HAMM

ESG Proposition
Steve's professional career has taken on a variety of roles and sectors from social enterprise and innovation to financial services consultancy, international development and venture capital.

Kristiane NOVOTNY, PhD

Lead Data Scientist
Digital-savvy, passionate, and motivated Data Scientist who combines her talent to analyze data sets and her strong will to make a positive impact in people’s life.

Patrick SEAL

Head of Delivery
Patrick is Head of Delivery focussed on project realisation for our commercial customers. With 30 years experience in technology roles (IBM and EY) delivering genuinely progressive change programmes.

Michael DENYER

Software Engineer
Michael is a computer scientist and a bioinformatician. Over his 20 year career, he has worked in roles centred on software development, IT management and bioinformatics within Financial Services, Healthcare, and Life Sciences.


Software Engineer
Maisie is a MPhys Physics graduate from the University of Surrey. During her research year she worked on directional radiation detectors, and gained experience using techniques such as machine learning.


Software Engineer
Computing enthusiast, grown on video game technologies, working on GPU based solutions with a multidisciplinary mindset in data analysis, physics track reconstruction and image registration.


Quantum Computing
Cenk is a MSc student at Middle East Technical University (METU). He is working on Quantum Machine Learning applications in High Energy Physics.


Mobile Graphs
Mathis is a graduate student at the elite MSc course on theoretical and mathematical physics at the LMU and TU Munich.

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