Founder and President
Successful serial entrepreneur with over
twenty years of start-up/CEO experience and ten plus years of business
strategy, management and legal consulting experience.
Founder of VapJoy LLC, one of America's
most forward-looking companies, which designs, imports, and
distributes VEIPOR premium electronic vapor cigarettes.
Founder of ITC Software, an advanced
information technology solutions provider, focused on the global
commercial and scientific markets.
Founder of Global Business Services, an
international management consultancy headquartered in Germany.
Education: Universities of Gießen, Speyer (Germany) and Georgetown (USA). Second State Law Examination (bar exam), Frankfurt, 1989.
Prof. Dr. Milos Kojic, Mech. Eng. Ph.D.
Rector of the University of Kragujevac and Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Director of
the Center for Supercomputing, University of Kragujevac, Serbia and Montenegro.
Senior Research Scientist at Harvard School of Public Health;
Professor of health informatics at the School of Health Information Sciences,
Department of Nanomedicine and Biomedical Engineering, The University of
Texas Health Science Center at Houston
UT to develop fracture putty for traumatic leg injuries
Milos Kojic is professor of Mechanics and Computational Methods at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of University of Kragujevac. He was rector of the University and head of the Faculty. Currently he is visiting scholar at Harvard School of Public Health engaged in research in biomechanics. He was a visiting scholar of M.I.T. in Boston. Milos Kojic is Ph. D. of Rice University, Houston. He is the principal investigator of the general-purpose finite element program PAK for structural analysis, field problems and biomechanics. He is
scientist renowned worldwide in the field of nonlinear computational mechanics. Author and co-author of over 200 publications, 14 books (two monographs in English) from the broad field of computational mechanics. President of Yugoslavian Society for Biomechanics, full member of International Academy for Nonlinear Sciences.
Prof. Dr. Mirko Rosic, M.D., Msc Ph.D.
Vice-Rector of the University of Kragujevac, Dean of the Medical Faculty, and Professor of Physiology. Honorary Lecturer at St. Thomas's Medical Faculty, London.
Mirko Rosic is rector of University of Kragujevac and professor of physiology at Medical Faculty in Kragujevac where he was a dean. He leads the Laboratory for Biomedical Research and his research activities include Cardiovascular Physiology and Experimental Research. Mirko Rosic is vice-director of department for Biomedical Research in Center for Scientific Research Serbian Academy for Science and Arts and University of Kragujevac. He was honorary lecturer at St Thomas's Medical Faculty in London. He is a member of New York Academy of Science. Professor Mirko Rosic has authored over 80 scientific publications as well as edited and coauthored 7 text books.
Prof. Nenad D. Filipovic, Mech. Eng. Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biomechanics and Informatics and Mech. Engineering at the University of Kragujevac, Faculty of Technical Science. Vice-Director, Center for Supercomputing, University of Kragujevac, Serbia. Research Associate, Department of Environmental Health, Harvard University.
Nenad Filipovic is assistant professor of
the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Kragujevac. His scientific research activities are: Computational Fluid Dynamics, Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Coupled problems, Fluid-Structure Interaction. Nenad Filipovic has a broad knowledge and experience in development of software (computer graphics, OpenGL, object oriented programming, C/C++, Visual C++, Java, UML). He has authored over 30 scientific publications. Dr Nenad Filipovic is corresponding member of European Society of Biomechanics for Yugoslavia and scientific secretary of Yugoslavian Society of Biomechanics.
Prof. Anatoly A. Saveliev, Comp. Sci. PhD. (Theoretical Computer Science)
Professor of Statistics at the Faculty of
Geography and Ecology, Ecosystems Modeling Department, at Kazan State
University, in Russia
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Anatoly Saveliev is a leader of a small scientific group whose research activities are: Statistical analysis and modeling of multidimensional data; Spatial data analysis (variography), modeling (kriging) and simulation (Random Markov Fields); Remote Sensed images of Earth processing; Artificial Neural Networks application in data analysis; 3D data dynamic visualization; Fluid flow and transport in porous media. Our group has a broad knowledge and experience in software development (OpenGL, C/C++, Fortran, Pascal).
Fedor A. Kolpakov
Project Manager, Fedor Kolpkov also leads the Laboratory of Bioinformatics of the Institute of Digital Technologies, Novosibirsk, Russia.
Also see: Systems Biology Modelling Team >
Fedor Kolpkov heads the Laborotory of Bioinformatics of Institute of Digital Technologies in Novosibirsk, Russia. Mr. Kolpakov began his career as a scientist with the Laboratory of Theoretical Genetics at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics in Novosibirsk. Within seven years he became one of the top scientists in the field of bioinformatics in Russia. Mr. Kolpakov is author of 53 scientific publications, including the MGL library and GeneNet systems. He holds a M.S. in Molecular Biology, and a Diploma with Honors from Novosibirsk State University, Russia.
|Christian Becker, MBA|
Project Manager, Strategic Outsourcing to Romania
for European, and particularly German entities
Christian Becker, co-founder of our Rumanian operations was born in 1967 in Reschitz (Romania). He completed his degree in European business science at the Fachhochschule Reutlingen and the Middlesex University of London, and concluded his academic career with an MBA at the University of Ottawa. He then joined Andersen Consulting (today: Accenture) in London and Frankfurt and worked on various large-scale IT-projects. His next career step included the role of international IT project manager of a German Rodenstock-subsidiary where he was in charge of IT development and IT product strategy for the US and Australian markets.
|Thomas Glass, Dipl. Kfm. (MBA)|
Project Manager, Strategic Outsourcing to India
for European & Japanese entities
Thomas Glass, founder and CEO of our operations in Hyderabad / India, Germany and the United Kingdom has worked over 12 years for global players in the financial services industry like Debis and AXA in Germany, England, France, Japan and India. He has extensive experience in the management of international projects. Mr. Glass holds a Master of Economics of the University of Hohenheim, Germany
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|Sai Prasad Koneru|
Project Manager, India
Co-founder and CTO of our operations in Hyderabad is 31 years old and graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Andhra University, India. He has around seven years of experience in project development and technical team leading of international projects in India, UK, Germany and Japan.
Project Manager, Technical Director, Russia
Vladimir Razzhivin is a Technical Director and responsible for project fulfillment, including the engineering process of software development. Under his direction are the departments of design, development, quality control and testing. He is Chairman of the committee responsible for implementation of ISO 9001 standards. Vladimir Razzhivin's keen knowledge in this area as well as his extensive experience operating with CMM technology promotes successful advancement of this process. Vladimir Razzhivin started his career as a Programmer, developing of dozens of projects based on technologies like COM/DCOM, CORBA, languages like C/C++, PHP, SQL, and databases including Oracle, MS SQL. In 1998 he became Project Manager and was promoted to Technical Director in 2000. He holds a Diploma from Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russia, and is a Brainbench certified Unix Administrator and C++ Programmer. He reads and writes fluent English and is conversational in the English language.
Project Manager, Russia
Sergey Zhatchenko started his career as a software developer with various financial institutions. He subsequently held managerial positions with several software consulting companies. Zhatchenko holds a M.S. degree in Computer Science, and a Diploma with Honors from Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russia. He speaks excellent English.
|Ryan Speakman, MBA|
Project Manager, USA
Ryan Speakman is a senior level information technology professional, with ten years experience in Web-based application development on the Microsoft platform. He has substantial expertise in Active Server Pages (ASP), Visual Basic, and SQL Server, as well a broad array of supplemental languages and technologies. Most recently, Ryan has been consolidating his expertise in .NET, Microsoft’s cutting edge development platform. Ryan holds an MBA from Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Management and speaks several foreign languages, including Russian.
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Denis A. Sultanov, BA
Director of Business Development
Denis Sultanov earned his BA degree in International Business at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN, USA. Taking advantage of his education, a 6-year experience of living in the US, and contacts with American customers, Denis identifies the real needs of our customers and establishes long-term relationships with them. Denis solves problems facing most Russian offshore software centers that arise because of cultural differences with customers. His work enhances our centers understanding of customer’s expectations, contributing significantly to improving the quality of our services. With Denis, we consistently deliver high level services, implement individual approaches to the needs of every customer, and solve their key business issues.
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|Gene Carter, B.S. |
Business Development, South America
Gene Carter started his career as an R&D engineer in night vision and fiber optics for a major military contractor. He later managed quality programs for three telecommunications equipment companies. then managed marketing groups for yet a fourth telecommunications equipment company in the USA and in Germany. He is a native English speaker, and also speaks German and Portuguese. Mr. Carter holds a B.S. degree from Athens State University as well as industry certifications in voice and data communications, management and marketing.
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Head of the Steinbeis Transfer Center South-Eastern Europe
Marketing Liaison & Sales - Biomedical Sciences and Technology Transfer in Germany
Dragana Oberst has extensive experience in cross-border technology-transfer consulting for industrial (Hewlett Packard), governmental (German Ministry for Education and Research) and scientific partners (Universities of Tuebingen, Belgrade and Kragujevac) in Central and South-Eastern Europe. Her background includes PR consultancy to the German television (SWR), the German Olympic Committee, and management of 300 member promotion teams for clients like Philips, Kraft-Jacobs-Suchard, L'Oreal, Tefal. She helps our clients develop projects and technology-transfer networks. Ms. Oberst is fluent in German and Russian, state-approved correspondent for English and French, and sworn interpreter and translator for Serbian and Croatian.
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