George implements novel numerical techniques that form the kernel of the company’s technology. He is an expert in Computational Electromagnetics and Programing of Numerical Techniques (FDTD, FEM, BEM). George holds a MSc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Ph.D. in Computational Electromagnetics both from Aristotle University of Greece.
During his studies he won 4 different scholarships of excellence; published over 10 scientific papers and developed a time domain numerical model for the simulation of electromagnetic effects in Graphene structures.
George takes joy in jogging and Taekwondo.
Nikos is an engineer specialized in High-Performance Computing (HPC).
His primary scientific interest is the implementation and acceleration of numerical methods in parallel computing architectures. Nikos holds a Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
In his free time, he enjoys jazz music.
Anastasia holds a Diploma in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Democritus University of Thrace. She is mainly interested in computational mathematics, VLSI systems and artificial intelligence.
At Fieldscale, her tasks are to strengthen the solver’s code ability to perform on more physical phenomena and on a larger scale.
Anastasia is also fond of trying new things. Her current hobbies include table tennis, cinema and android developing.
Nikos received his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki at 2014. In 2009 completed his MScEng in “Cognitive Systems” at the same university. He also received his Electrical and Computer Engineering Diploma from the same university at 2005. In his thesis he worked in the probabilistic robotics field and especially in “Simultaneous localisation and mapping using intelligent systems”. He had participated in 7 research programs in the fields of robotics, computer vision, cognitive systems and machine learning. He received positions of head of research or head of technologies in 3 companies.