Oskar Mencer

Oskar Mencer is CEO of Maxeler Technologies, Professor of Practice at Imperial College London, Member of the Advisory Board at the Centre of Nature Inspired Engineering (CNIE) at UCL, and Member of Academia Europaea. In 1982, Oskar started programming a Z80 processor, first in Basic and then in Assembly, which led to a journey of discovery of computing technology from Vienna in Austria, to the Technion in Israel, Stanford University, Bell Labs in Murray Hill, and Hitachi Central Research Laboratories in Kokubunji.

In 2003, Oskar founded his own company to commercialize his own vision of how computers should work, called Multiscale Dataflow Computing. His company, Maxeler Technologies, delivered production systems for mission critical challenges to Chevron, JP Morgan, Citi, CME Group, Juniper, Amazon Webservices, and government agencies, including the supercomputer centres in Juelich (Germany) and Daresbury (UK).

Oskar Mencer