Thomas has a deep passion for all things VR. He has done research on the use of machine learning techniques for detection of dark matter at ATLAS. At WSI, Thomas restructured the workflow for handling post-processing of MHD simulation data.
James has seven years of experience working with High Performance Computing and MHD physics simulations. At SciVista, his primary focus is backend development and 3D data visualization.
Aaron graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Comprehensive Physics. He believes VR is a guaranteed staple of the future, and makes sure to stay on the cutting edge.
Thomas received a BA in Humanities at Florida State University with a focus on contemporary art and mass media. His art installation, Visual Audio, was shown in Currents International New Media Festival. He and Diné photographer Will Wilson developed an AR application, Talking Tintypes, which premiered at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art (2019).
Simon has researched innovative fusion concepts for two decades and has extensive experience with modeling and simulations. Simon runs an annual Scientific Computing Bootcamp, which lead to the founding of SciVista.
Mike Langone is a proven entrepreneurial leader and senior executive with a deep financial management background. Mike’s past success comes from building teams and developing processes across diverse industries, cultures and international geographies.