Nashua, NH, July 20, 2017 (Newswire.com) - XCube Research and Development, a leader in massively parallel data management, analytics and software infrastructure for automotive manufacturers and ADAS suppliers is pleased to announce Professor Robert Gamache, named by Thompson-Rueters as one of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014”, will be joining XCube as a member of the Advisory Board.
Professor Gamache is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts receiving his baccalaureate in Chemistry and his graduate degrees in Physics and Chemistry. He is world renown for his research in theoretical spectroscopy for planetary and exoplanet atmospheres. Gamache has over 39 years of experience developing algorithms dealing with large data sets and is considered an expert in algorithm development. His codes (~ 60 thousand lines) modeling the interaction of radiation with molecules in the collision process leading to the shapes of spectral lines are considered the state-of-the-art.
"I have known Mikael Taveniku, XCube's founder for many years. His work is incredible. I am looking forward to working with him and the whole XCube team on some exciting projects."
Professor Robert Gamache
Satish Jha, CEO of XCube said "It’s a privilege to welcome Professor Gamache to XCube. His experience will enrich XCube by helping it take leaps in critical aspects of Autonomous Vehicles and ADAS infrastructure development."
XCube Research and Development is a leader in massively parallel data management and analytics and software infrastructure for automotive manufacturers and ADAS suppliers.
Beacon Angels is the primary Angel Investment firm from Boston supporting XCube. Other investors include Michael Mark of Walnut Ventures, 301 Ventures, The Jha Group, and the Palmerston Trust.
Source: XCube Research and Development, Inc.