We have been researching how biological materials react to light for many years. By combining new powerful optical spectroscopic methods and artificial intelligence, we use the advantages of Raman spectroscopy and the benefits of machine-learning software. With this user-friendly system, the analysis of complex data is faster, more reliable and more cost-effective than with conventional methods.

Dr. Jörg Weber

Managing Director

Jörg Weber studied medical technology at the University of Applied Sciences in Jena and expanded his background by studying chemical engineering/process technology at the Technical University of Clausthal-Zellerfeld. He completed his doctorate in the field of instrumental analytics.

Dr. Oleg Ryabchykov

Data Scientist and Software Developer

Oleg Ryabchykov studied applied physics during his bachelor studies at the Taurida National University and high technologies during his master's studies at the Kyiv National University in Ukraine.

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Popp

Advisory Council - Advisory Board

Jürgen Popp first studied at the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen. After his intermediate diploma, he moved to the Julius-Maximilians University of Würzburg in 1989, where he graduated in 1992 with a thesis on Raman scattering.

Dr. Markus Lankers

Advisory Council - Advisory Board

Markus Lankers began studying chemistry at the University of Düsseldorf in 1986, graduating with a diploma in chemistry from the University of Würzburg in 1992. He then worked with Prof. Kiefer at the University of Würzburg as a doctoral student.

Dr. Oliver Valet

Advisory Council - Advisory Board

Oliver K. Valet first studied chemistry in Ulm and at the Free University of Berlin. In the research group of Prof. Dr. H. Baumgärtel at the Institute of Physical Chemistry, he obtained his doctorate in 2000 with the elucidation of molecular processes at the electrochemical phase boundary of manufactured nanostructures by in situ scanning electron microscopy.