Our interdisciplinary team consists of experienced scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs in the field of quantum computing technologies and algorithms, artificial intelligence and software engineering.
CEO & Co-Founder
Founder and CEO of the JUST ADD AI Group, Artificial Intelligence Specialist, Entrepreneur, and host of the THINK REACTOR Podcast
Prof. Hansjörg Dittus
Former board member of the German Aerospace Center (DLR). Professor for Space Systems at the University of Bremen. Specialized in Quantum Systems in Space.
Prof. Frank Kirchner
Frank Kirchner is a leading expert in research on biologically inspired locomotion and behaviour of highly redundant, multifunctional robotic systems. For a number of PhD students he is the principal supervisor and he regularly serves as a reviewer for a series of international scientific journals and conferences. Frank Kirchner also is author of more than 300 publications in the field of Robotics and AI.
Dr. Patrick Draheim
Patrick Draheim is an expert for intelligent systems with nearly a decade of experience in research and industry, especially in the field of deep and machine learning methods. Driven by passion for data science and innovative business analytics.
Dr.-Ing. Jens Grosse
Co-Founder of QBITFLOW and Group Leader of the Space TechnologiesDepartment at the Center Of Applied Space Technology And Microgravity (ZARM) at the University of Bremen. Expert for Quantum Sensors, Experiments and Enabling Technologies on Ground and in Space.
Senior Consultant at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) Robotics Innovation Center. 20+ years in photonic based hardware-softwaredevelopment and commercialization.
Prof. Wolfgang Schleich
Wolfgang Schleich is a professor at the University of Ulm and heads the Institute for Quantum Physics.
Prof. Hartmut Abele
Hartmut Abele is a professor at the Technical University of Vienna, where he heads the Neutron and Quantum Physics research area.
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