Business Development Crew
Klas is a determined and results focused industry leader, with 20 years of progressive leadership experience in global enterprise environments including Ericsson, Sweden’s world-leading telecommunications corporation. Klas’ understanding of technology, combined with his business acumen makes him a great fit now that ZeroPoint Technologies are moving into a phase of stronger focus on business development and company growth.
Dr. Per Stenström
Chief Scientist Officer (CSO)
Founder and co-inventor
Dr. Per Stenström, Chief Scientist Officer (CSO), Founder and co-inventor – Professor of Chalmers University of Technology and an internationally renowned expert in computer architecture, especially for his contributions to high-performance memory systems (ACM and IEEE Fellow). He has authored/co-authored more than 150 papers and ten approved patents on a broad range of topics in computer architecture. He has industrial experience as a senior staff engineer at Sun Microsystems and several board-level and executive positions in startup companies. He is member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Science, the Academia Europaea and the Spanish Royal Academy of Engineering.
Dr. Angelos Arelakis
Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
Founder and co-inventor
Dr. Angelos Arelakis, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Founder and co-inventor. He is an expert in memory system architectures and ultra-fast data compression. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Architecture from the Computer Science and Engineering department of Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. He has published in flagship computer architecture conferences as well as a book. He has earned two paper awards from the European Network of Excellence on High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation (HiPEAC). He has received a scholarship from the King Carl XVI Gustaf Foundation’s 50th anniversary fund for science, technology and the environment. He is a member of HiPEAC and holds 10 patents.
Daniel has a bachelor in Computer science and a master’s degree in embedded systems design at Chalmers University of Technology.
Dr. Vasilis Spiliopoulos
In his thesis work Vasilis studied energy efficiency of computer systems, with a focus on the memory system behavior under different core-frequency and cache configurations. Moreover, he spent two semesters as an ARM intern before joining ZeroPoint.
Dr. Yiannis Nikolakopoulos
Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology. He has won a Best Paper Award in ACM DEBS ’17, and a Best Grand Challenge Solution Award in ACM DEBS ’15.
Fredrik is an FPGA/ASIC designer with a master’s degree in Embedded Electronic System Design from Chalmers. Prior to joining Zeropoint, he worked at Ericsson where he obtained hands-on experience with RTL design and verification.
Dr. Pedro Petersen Moura Trancoso
Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of Chalmers University of Technology. PhD in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. Research interest in computer architecture with focus on memory technology.
Melina started her professional life in the USA. She completed her PhD studies in computer engineering at the University of Southern California in LA and then progressively moved up North to join Oracle and then Intel. She brings her architecture, modeling, and benchmarking experience to ZeroPoint to optimize our product’s performance and efficiency.
SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Dawid has a Master in Electronics Design Engineering at Linköping University. He has experience ASIC development from the telecom and the biometrics industry. Prior to joining Zeropoint he worked at Fingerprint Cards where he developed ASICs for multi million volume production.
Dr. Evangelos Vasilakis
Evangelos holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology.
In his thesis he worked on improving the performance and energy efficiency of memory systems.
Alexandra holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Architecture from the Computer Science and Engineering department of Chalmers University of Technology. Her thesis proposes a set of performance-increasing approximation and compression techniques for GPUs.