- Origin: Costa Rica
- Grant awarded in: 2012
What is simMachines?
simMachines provides augmented knowledge by explaining the reasons behind a Machine Learning prediction. We create efficient, novel, sophisticated yet easy to use data analysis tools.
Arnoldo Müller-Molina is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of simMachines, a 2012 Arch Grants recipient.
Originally from Costa Rica, Arnoldo earned his degree in Computer Science from Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica in 2001, and holds both a Masters in Computer Science and a PhD in Pattern Recognition from Kyushu Institute of Technology. Arnoldo brings experience working with Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine and Intel to his position with simMachines.
Robert Zieserl is the CEO of simMachines, a 2012 Arch Grants recipient.
Robert earned his degree in Political Science and Economics from Marquette University, and holds an Masters in Business and Industrial Relations from the Quinlan School of Business at Loyola University in Chicago. Robert currently serves as the Chairman at Vital Sensors, Inc. and as a Board Member of both NuCurrent Inc and Verax Biomedical, Inc.