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Gilad leads the vision and business strategy of Imubit, as well as the product definition and market interaction. Before Imubit, Gilad founded and led Cigol, a specialized hardware and firmware security contractor. Gilad had bootstrapped Cigol from scratch into a leading security project and service provider in the aerospace market. As part of his academic research, Gilad has published several IEEE conference papers on joint registration and segmentation of elastically deformable multi-dimensional objects. Gilad has over 15 years of experience in hardware, software, system and algorithm design, and holds a BSc and MSc in Electrical Engineering, as well as a BSc in Mathematics, all Cum Laude, from Ben Gurion University.
Meir is responsible for the scalable architecture of Imubit’s solution from bits in the hardware to Petabytes in the cloud. Prior to Imubit, Meir was the chief software and security architect at Cigol, where he defined the architecture of complex homeland security critical software security infrastructure. Meir has over 15 years of extensive R&D experience in development of embedded and cloud based security software, including deep knowledge of cyber-crime arena. In recent years, Meir has gained hands-on experience hacking and reverse engineering nearly every type of hardware sensor. Meir holds a BSc in Computer Science from Ben Gurion University.
Nadav is responsible for the algorithms at the heart of Imubit’s novel technology. He is an award winning machine learning researcher at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, with over 10 years of experience in algorithmic design and implementation on embedded platforms for fault critical security and control applications. Nadav holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering and a BSc in Mathematics, both Summa Cum Laude from the Technion (first of 1827 Technion graduates in class 2012). He completed his MSc in Computer Science Summa Cum Laude from the Hebrew University, where he is now pursuing his PhD.
Dr. Zoran Milosevic works closely with the team on product development for the process industry. He is an internationally renowned authority in the fields of oil refining, energy efficiency, energy conservation, and profit improvement in oil refining and petrochemical industries. For the last 25 years, Dr. Milosevic served as distinguished petrochemical consultant at KBC Process Technology. During that time he conducted over 60 refinery profit optimization projects with $50m average annual ROI. Dr Milosevic is Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Surrey.