THE BRAVE PIONEERS
... born at the Institute of Chemistry at the University of
... supported and equipped by the Institute for
... tested and translated,
applicational developed, native to and founded at
the Medical University of Graz.
... further developed theoretically at the Institute
... planed, framed and conceptualized (software,
construction, fluidics) by alumni from the Graz
... awarded the Fast Forward Award from Styrian
Business Promotion Agency (SFG), Best of Biotech
Business Plan Competition from the Austrian
promotional bank (aws).
... funded by the FFG SpinOff Fellowship program.
... funded by EU Horizon2020 (NanoPAT, EU-RIA)
... financially supported by aws PreSeed program.
...driven by curiosity, fun and excitement.
Christian HILL und Gerhard PROSSLINER
ECONOMICS & PRODUCTION
MAG. ING., CMC
The management consultant and former CEO of Science Park Graz brought Dr. Hill and Prossliner together. He has been our valued business mentor since the beginning of our work for BRAVE Analytics.
The former CEO of AlcaSynn Pharmaceuticals and owner of Waterbergh Management has 20 years of experience as a management consultant for innovative high tech companies. He advises BRAVE Analytics in the area of IP strategy.
Chief Engineer and Liaison Manager at FISKER Inc. with years of experience in launch management. He advises BRAVE on successfully setting up series production of our measurement sensors.
Supporter from the very beginning. The group leader for the field of nanomedicine at the Gottfried Schatz Research Center was the doctoral dissertation supervisor for Christian Hill. Her institute provided LightMatters the laboratory and equipment essential to its start.
The senior scientist at IOM is the coordinator of the optical manipulation group in Trieste. His research and experimental know-how in optics, optical forces and micro-manipulation gave BRAVE lots of input. During Christian Hill's research stay, he was his mentor and secondary PhD advisor/ examiner.
Specialized in theoretical nanophysics and the associated software solutions for light-matter interaction, he supports BRAVE with his vast knowledge. He is the dissertation supervisor of team member Marko Šimić.
Prof. Plank and his group are experts in the field of Computational Cardiology at the Chair of Biophysics. In cooperation with the Institute for Mathematics and Scientific Computing and DI Dr. Elias KARABELAS, the findings in the field of fluidics simulation and micro-fluidics are essential for BRAVE.