OUR UNIQUE TEAM
The unique team of UBIQ Aerospace includes outstanding research scientists from robotics, embedded systems, and aerospace. Combining these with highly skilled advisors, assisting in business development, IPR management, and product development, ensures a strong focus on developing technology, which adds maximises customers value.
Co-founder of UBIQ Aerospace and the main inventor of the D•ICE technology. Kim holds an MSc in Robotics from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and Stanford, and a Ph.D. in Aerospace Cybernetics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Astrid has an educational and scientific background from NTNU, with an M.Sc in Chemical Engineering. Astrid has close to 20 years of industry experience in project management and product development. At UBIQ, Astrid applies her vast skill set on business development and in building the entire product development framework.
Mikkel uses his broad skill set for the development of the hardware and software architecture of the D•ICE solution. He was formerly the CTO at SeaRo, working on technology and product development. Mikkel holds an MSc in Robotics from DTU and a Ph.D. in Cybernetics from NTNU.
Kasper applies his diverse skill set to direct and manage technology and product development. Kasper was part of the founding team of UBIQ Aerospace and he is an inventor of the D•ICE solution. Kasper holds an MSc in Robotics from DTU and Stanford, and a Ph.D. in Aerospace Cybernetics from NTNU.
Bård has an educational and scientific background from NTNU, with an M.Sc and Ph.D. in Engineering Cybernetics. Bård applies his strong skill set in project management and the specific development of detection and estimation algorithms and technologies for the D•ICE solution.
One of the world's leading research scientists within atmospheric and in-flight icing on unmanned aircraft. Richard applies his unique skills to the analysis of ice growth and impact on autonomous and unmanned aircraft. Richard holds an MSc in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering from the University of Stuttgart and a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from NTNU.
Sindre has a BSc from the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and has further developed his skillset as a technical student at CERN. While completing a Master's at NTNU, he will also be part of the team developing the embedded systems related to the D•ICE solution at UBIQ.