Teresa Baumann, Ph.D., first studied meteorology at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and then completed her Ph.D. in applied mathematics at University of Heidelberg from 2012 to 2015. During her Ph.D. studies, she acquired in-depth knowledge in numerical methods and high-performance computing, as well as practical skills in software development. During this time, she also coordinated the development of an open-source simulation software and thus, gained essential experience in project management. As Chief Operating Officer (COO) at GoSilico, she is responsible for general business operations, quality management and communication.


Thiemo Huuk, Ph.D., studied molecular biotechnology at University of Bielefeld and subsequently completed his Ph.D. at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) from 2012 to 2016. During his Ph.D. at the Institute for Molecular Workup of Bioproducts, he worked on the modeling of industrial processes with his project partner Roche Diagnostics. During this time, he gained valuable insights into the development of purification processes in industry. This allowed him to develop a deep understanding of industrial requirements. As Co-CEO of GoSilico, he is responsible for direct marketing and sales as well as financial administration.


Tobias Hahn, Ph.D. studied Technomathematics at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). After graduating in 2009, he initially worked as a research assistant in applied mathematics, where he further expanded his expertise in current mathematical methods, high-performance computing and software development. In 2012, he switched from mathematics to biotechnology. As part of his Ph.D. at the Institute for Molecular Processing of Bioproducts, he designed and implemented the ChromX simulation software, which is now core to GoSilico's business model. In addition to his role as Co-CEO of GoSilico, he is responsible for product development and consulting.


Prof. Juergen Hubbuch has been Chair of the Institute for Molecular Processing of Bioproducts at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) since 2008. After studying chemical engineering at KIT, he obtained his Ph.D. in biotechnology in Lyngby, Denmark, from 1997 to 2000. Subsequently, he first worked as a group leader, then as department head at the Institute of Biotechnology at Forschungszentrum Juelich. Due to his position and technical expertise, he has an excellent overview of new technologies and trends in bioproduct development and thus supports GoSilico as a technology scout and scientific advisor. He also brings his extensive industrial experience to the company.

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