Zegami makes information more visual and accessible, enabling intuitive exploration, search and discovery. We combine the power of machine learning and human pattern recognition to reveal hidden insights and new perspectives.
Every person on our team knows that we have a platform that radically changes the way people view their data. We are committed to the fact that no matter what you use Zegami for, it will help you make new discoveries.
Such is our passion, that 2 of our 3 founders travelled half way across the world to make Zegami a reality. This same commitment is what drives the team to ensure that people can gain new insights from their data that would otherwise not be possible.
Samuel Conway is a global CEO, with a passion for technology that gives commercial organisations, researchers and academics the ability to gain insight into their visual data in a way they never thought possible. Samuel holds a degree in Biomedical Engineering (BSc BEng) and a MBA (Int Business).
After a successful project with Oxford University, Zegami Limited was founded in February 2016 with Sam appointed as the CEO.
As the CEO, Sam leads the way in ensuring that the Zegami visualisation platform will radically transform the way that people explore images both professionally and in their own personal lives.
Roger Noble is a Software Developer and Data Visualisation expert with a passion for building new and innovative technologies that help people see the world in a new way. Roger holds an Honours Degree in Computing and Multimedia,
As a Business Intelligence Consultant he developed the HTML5 PivotViewer – an open source data visualisation tool and the precursor to Zegami.
As CTO for Zegami, Roger spearheads the continued development of the platform and is in demand with local and international technical communities where he presents on data visualisation to a global audience.
Stephen is the Head of the Computational Biology Research Group for the Weatherall Institute at Oxford University and Chief Scientific Officer for Zegami.
Stephen did his B.Sc. in Microbiology and holds an M.Sc. in Computer Science. He started using PivotViewer in 2010 to visualise large genomics datasets and microscopy data. To overcome its limitations he worked with Roger Noble to develop and publish HTML5 PivotViewer.
As the CSO, Stephen is focused on Zegami’s contribution to research and ensuring that the platform contributes to making new discoveries that will change and improve the world we live in.
The Zegami Scientific Advisory board is a multi-disciplinary board formed in 2017. The panel members are experts in machine learning, biology, art and history and have the explicit aim of helping propel Zegami into new and exciting areas of business and research.
Ilan works on the mechanism of mRNA transport and localized translation in Drosophila oocytes and neuromuscular junctions.
His current interest is in understanding how the fly brain develops and functions, as a model for the human brain in health and in disease. The focus of this interest is on elucidating the role of post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression in neural stem cell (neuroblast) development and their differentiation into neurons, as well as in synaptic plasticity during memory and learning.
Dr. France, Chief of the Preservation Research and Testing Division at the Library of Congress, researches spectral imaging techniques and addressing integration and access between scientific and scholarly data. An international specialist on environmental deterioration to cultural objects, her focus is connecting mechanical, chemical and optical properties from the impact of environment and treatments. Serving on standards and professional committees for cultural heritage she maintains collaborations with colleagues from academic, cultural, forensic and federal institutions.
Jens is the first joint academic appointment between the Institute of Biomedical Engineering and the Nuffield Department of Medicine
The aim of his current research is to enhance the understanding of complex biological processes through the analysis of image data that has been acquired at the microscopic scale. In addition to his work in the field of biomedical imaging, he has worked extensively in the area of video surveillance, the automatic annotation of video, and the understanding of volumetric seismic data. In addition to his work in the UK, Jens has worked in the USA and Germany.
William is well known for his pioneering work at IBM in the field of advanced interactive graphics, boasting several patents and published technical papers resulting in a variety of commercial applications worldwide. Software he has developed with his team includes “Mutator”. The computer art William created during this period established his global reputation and his work is well known and has been shown in countless international exhibitions.
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