At Luminovo, we are all deep learning natives. Our current team is made up of best-in-class engineers from Stanford University, ETH Zurich, TUM and CDTM. After stints at Google, Intel, and McKinsey, our two founders met at Stanford University and decided to relocate to Munich in 2017 to help European businesses accelerate the adoption of deep learning.
The name Luminovo (“new light”) is a play on the famous quote by our machine learning professor Andrew Ng: “AI is the new electricity.” We could not agree more and see it as our mission to help our clients get the wiring right and enable them to turn on the lights.
We love to work with exceptional people on interesting problems. So far, our clients include startups from Silicon Valley, mid-sized German companies, as well as established DAX corporations.
Sebastian is an entrepreneur and angel investor. He was CTO and co-founder of Stylight, which he successfully exited to P7S1. He also graduated from the CDTM and Stanford, where he published his research at leading conferences, including his work on human AI hybrid solutions.
Oliver is an economist as well as an entrepreneur. He founded several successful companies and joined several advisory board positions. He graduated from TU München, the CDTM and the ETH Zurich - holding a PhD and a professorship for innovation management. With his broad academic background he adds to the topics of AI economical impact and its business application.
Magnus holds a masters degree in Computer Science from TUM (best 10%) as well as an honours degree in Technology & Management from CDTM. In 2016, he was a visiting researcher at Stanford University before joining Mercedes-Benz to do research in the field of Deep (Inverse) Reinforcement Learning in the context of autonomous driving.
Aljoscha graduated with a BSc from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Industrial Engineering & Management. During his MSc at KIT and the ETH Zurich Aljoscha focused on data analytics and deep learning. Prior to Luminovo, he worked as a Data Analyst and Research Associate in the field of strategic wargaming and competitive intelligence.
Daniel is a graduate student in Computer Science at TUM. His interest and focus lie primarily in reinforcement learning. During his studies, he has been a visiting researcher at KU Leuven and University of Alberta. He also participated at the DLRC 2018 where he taught a robotic arm to be self-aware of itself and the environment by using machine learning models on sensory data.
Sebastian started programming at the age of 12, and is now heading towards his Master in Computer Science at TUM. He wrote his bachelor thesis about reinforcement learning applied to autonomous driving. Additionally, he was already working in several academic AI projects, including a computer-vision/autonomous-driving project at a Munich based agriculture-tech startup.
Erin holds a BSc in Organisational Psychology and Statistical Research Methods from the University of Cape Town. After her studies she dedicated a year to researching sustainable development initiatives in Southern Africa. Her primary interests lie in change management psychology, psychometrics and organisational culture.
Arianna is currently completing her BSc in Neuroscience at the University of St Andrews, with a focus on Computational Neuroscience. Previously, she has done research at Tuebingen University, St Andrews Perception Lab, and Harvard Medical School. Her primary interest lies in computer vision.