Alon Mozes, PhD
CEO and Co-founder
Dr. Mozes has been working in computer graphics and image-guided applications in start-up companies for nearly 15 years. As a principal engineer and one of the first 20 employees at MAKO Surgical Corp., he helped develop the software for their ground-breaking Rio system for orthopedic robotic surgery. Prior to MAKO Surgical Corp., he developed Emmy award-winning technology with Sportvision, Inc. in the area of real-time sports broadcast graphics. Dr. Mozes received his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Miami and his B.S. and M.Eng. degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
VP Operations and Co-founder
Mr. Salcedo has over a decade of experience in manufacturing and mechanical design for the medical device industry. He was a principal robotic design engineer for MAKO Surgical Corp. and was a key designer for the first concept as well as one of the main designers for the second generation systems to follow. Prior to that, Mr. Salcedo served as lead researcher for the Cardiovascular Engineering Center at Florida International University. Mr. Salcedo was also a senior manufacturing engineer for Calnetix Inc., the world leader in developing and manufacturing high speed electric motors and generators. Mr. Salcedo holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the Florida International University.
Director of Software
David Cole received his B.S. in Engineering & Applied Science with an emphasis on mechanical engineering from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in 1989. Somewhere along the way, he was infected with the "must write code" virus, hooked on the possibility of writing software useful enough to be adopted by millions of people around the world. Always a fan of graphics of any sort and software for the common man, he became a key developer on the team that built Visio, drag and drop drawing software for the rest of us. Visio was later acquired by Microsoft and became part of the "Office family" of applications. Since joining the Kitware team in February, 2005, he contributed code to many projects including VTK and ITK, some of the most commonly used libraries in medical imaging. Controversially, he thinks it's more important for software to work than it is for software to be open source.
Mr. Anderson is a mechatronics engineer with experience in various medical device applications. Prior to Neocis, he was a lead mechanical and embedded engineer at Pharmaco-Kinesis Corporation working on a Class III medical device. He has also held positions at Meka Robotics and GE. He has B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and Stanford University.
Senior Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance Engineer
Mr. Pattok is an experienced Quality Engineering and Regulatory Affairs Professional. Prior to Neocis, Brian has held leadership positions in QA/RA and R&D for medical device, pharmaceutical and biologics companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Skeletal Dynamics, LifeSync, Aveva DDS and OneBlood Inc. He is a Certified Lead Auditor for FDA regulated industries, a Certified Software Tester, and is Six Sigma Green Belt certified. Brian graduated from the University of Florida with a B.S. in Biochemistry.
Sarvagya "Survy" Vaish
Mr. Vaish received his B.S. in Computer Engineering with a minor in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology. At Georgia Tech, he worked on healthcare projects at the Healthcare Robotics Lab. He also held an internship at Microsoft working on the Visual Studio team as a Program Manager and at Georgia Tech Research Institute, Enterprise Systems Department as a Software Developer. He is interested in solving problems with innovative solutions using human computer interaction, computer vision, and robotics.
Wuwei He, PhD
Control Software Engineer
Dr. He received his Ph.D in 2013 and post-doc from LAAS (Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems) in Toulouse, France. Before that, he received his M.S. in the area of Real-Time and Control Systems from Paul Sabatier University in France, and his B.E. from Harbin Engineering University in China. He worked on planning, control and sensor fusion of robot manipulators, Human Robot Interaction, optical measurement systems, among others. After experience with various domains, he has decided to dedicate his career to robotic control, real-time systems, and related technologies that enable robots to improve health care and the quality of our lives in general.
Mr. Shah received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Automation and Robotic Systems from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He was a member of Georgia Tech's Formula SAE team GT Motorsports, where he served as the Suspension Team Leader. He also held a research internship at the Reconfigurable Robotics Lab at EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) in Lausanne, Swtizerland where he worked on the Soft ExoSkeleton for rodents.
Mr. Sriraman is interested in solving the problems it takes to bring intelligent machines into every day life. He graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Computer Science. In the past, he's worked on intelligent UUV's at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, autonomous cars at the Volkswagen Electronics Research Lab, and a multitude of robots at the Autonomous Systems Lab at Cornell. He’s proficient in topics of mapping and localization, path planning, and formal methods. In his free time, he is an avid drummer and filmmaker.
Arthur Quaid, PhD
Dr. Quaid has 20 years experience in R&D including a broad technical background in robotics, mechanical design, haptics, real-time software, control systems, and calibration. He is currently the founder of Vivero One Research, LLC and was the original Director of Robotics at MAKO Surgical Corp. and Z-KAT, Inc. He is the inventor of more than 10 utility patents. He has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern University and Ph.D. in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University.