Holoxica is building a world-class team to realise their vision of a true holographic 3D future. The core team includes 3 PhDs, 3D designers plus sales & marketing support. Holoxica has assembled a world-class, award-winning leadership team with a proven track record of high technology development and commercialisation. We have over 50 cumulative years' experience in managing high tech projects in both consumer and professional electronics; taking ideas to proof of concept, demos, prototyping and products. Our team's areas of expertise include: signal processing, real-time software engineering, embedded systems design, displays, 3D graphics and photonics engineering.
Dr Javid Khan, Managing Director
Javid worked in Philips Advanced Products development and the European Commission on R&D programme management with many international projects, managing an annual budget of over €10M. He has won numerous awards for his pioneering work on 3D holographic displays. Javid is a recognised expert in these technologies and he is an expert evaluator for the UK and European R&D programmes. Javid holds an EngD (Engineering Doctorate) in Photonics plus MEng and MSc degrees in Microelectronics and Telecoms Engineering.
Dr Graham Dodgson, Commercial Director
Graham is a highly experienced senior manager and entrepreneur in the high technology sector with extensive experience of product development and commercialisation in fields including telecommunications, software, semiconductors, medtech and optical systems. Graham has a PhD in Biomedical Devices, MBA from London Business School and BSc in Electronics from Sheffield University.
Prof. Ian Underwood: Advisor
Ian is a worldwide authority on micro-displays and an experienced entrepreneur; honours include many awards (including the Ernst & Young Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year in 2003), a seat on the Scottish government scientific council and even an entry in the Guinness Book of Records for making the world's smallest TV.
Prof. Edwin J.R. van Beek: Advisor
Edwin is a Director at the Clinical Research Imaging Centre based in the University of Edinburgh and is a Professor of Radiology. Edwin is highly experienced and qualified in multiple imaging modalities, including CT, MRI and PET. He has extensive experience working in clinical trials, with a particular focus on the development of imaging methods, software for image analysis and the application of contrast media.