Recently ESA published an article about Eventech cooperation with Neptec UK and their mission to the moon "LUNA-27" (ESA & Roscosmos joint mission), where technical details as well as core hardships were unveiled. Also, personal opinion of Nikolai Adamovitch (CEO of Eventech) and Kerry Sanz ( Project manager at Neptec) shows how excided they are. More deRead more
Mr. Nikolai Adamovitch
Nikolai Adamovitch holds M.Sc. degree in Nuclear Physics from University of Latvia and is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School where he passed Owner-President Management program (OPM28). Mr. Adamovitch is an experienced entrepreneur and commercialization expert, has done several angel investments and Eventech company is the major project of interest, where Mr. Adamovitch serves as CEO. Major interest in new high-tech product development and commercialization at worldwide markets.
Mr. Pavels Razmajevs
Pavels Razmajevs holds Bachelor degree in Internation Business and Administration from Fontys Hogeschool Venlo. Has international experience in Sales and Financial Advisory domains. Mr. Razmajevs is reponsible for daily business management and development in support to company CEO. Manages partner relations and new partnerships establishment finding. Pavels is interested in Deep-tech startups and new opportunity finding for joint collaborations between industries.
Ms. Katrina Krivenko
Katrina Krivenko holds M.Sc. degree in Organic Chemistry, soon to obtain Bachelor degree in Business Economics. Has experience in R&D project execution and leading as Research Associate. An experienced project manager with strong scientifc background. Ms. Krivenko is very goal-oriented, responsible and interested in project business development and marketing. Acts as Executive project manager for current ESA contract executed together with partners - IECS and CSRC. Manages space application discovery and development for new Eventech technology developed for ESA. Provides support to scientific team at supply and logistics, is responsible for monitoring Eventech participation in projects, incl. joint ERDF project with IECS.
Mr. Eugene Boole
Eugene Boole was involved in signal processing research in Institute of Electronics and Computer Science since 1975. Started in Machine Synthesising Laboratory where worked on digital circuit design techniques and applications development. From 1985 Eugene studied computer network management problems and took part in creation of a global computer network management system. Since 1997 up to now is dealing with the programmable chip and computer software creation with the focus on time measurement systems with very high accuracy. Eugene is author of more than 60 publications.
Mr. Vladimir Bespalko
Vladimir Bespalko studied at Faculty of Physics and Mathematics with specialization in radiophysics in Latvian University. Candidate of Technical Sciences in 1981. Since 1971 Vladimir is working as a Senior Researcher (over time, senior scientist, junior scientist, engineer) at Institute of Electronics and Computer Science (IECS). Is specialising in signal measurement and processing, including picosecond time range parameter measurement R&D and irregular pulse flow. Vladimir participated in international research projects, collaborative projects on Satellite Laser Ranging with Finnish, German, Chinese and Austrian research centers.
Mr. Vadim Vedin
Vadim Vedin has worked at Institute of Electronics and Computer Science as Hardware Design Engineer since obtaining M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering in 1977. Vadim has international work experience, worked in several companies in Ottawa, Canada as Senior Hardware Designer from 2000 till 2003. Has strong skills and experience in full product design development from an idea to a fully functional unit. Vadim is proficient in: design, development and testing of high speed digital, analog, and mixed electronic devices; applications of ultra-fast ICs (such as ADCs, DACs, RAMs, Sonet Framers and Multiplexers/Demultiplexers, etc.), DSPs, micro-controllers, and microprocessors; has hands-on experience in FPGA/CPLD design using VHDL – Altera Quartus, ModelSim; is proficient in P-CAD and holds profound expertize in ultrafast and very high precision time measurements.
Mr. Yuri Artyukh
Since 1965 and up to 2012 Yuri Artyukh was involved into research and development related with high-speed digital electronic circuits. In 1970's headed a group, and then laboratory, specialising in area of high-precision timing measurements for various specific applications, and designing the corresponding application systems. Most important projects carried out in 1970ies were photon-counting spectrometer for astrophysical research, Laser-Doppler systems for speed measuring of airflows in industrial wind tunnels, and timing systems for Satellite Laser Ranging (SLR).
Yuri was author of more than 190 publications (including 43 inventions) related to the mentioned subjects.
Unfortunately Yuri passed away in autumn 2012, but his technology is being developed further and helps people in high-precision measurements.