Fadri studied Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at ETH Zurich and Linköpings Tekniska högskolan (LiTH). After receiving his Master's degree he worked for two startups and Bosch's robotics research center in Palo Alto and then joined the Autonomous Systems Lab at ETH Zurich, where he pursued his PhD in robotics focusing on 3D perception and reinforcement learning.
Often you find Fadri in weird positions doing Acroyoga.
Manuel earned his Master's degree in Computer Science after studying at EPFL and Linköpings Tekniska högskolan (LiTH). He spent the majority of his eleven-year career in a Zurich-based software company, where he held various tech leadership positions and oversaw multiple projects in the banking and insurance sector. Prior to joining incon.ai, he worked at Google Switzerland as a software engineer, building a monitoring and alerting system for the Google Assistant client platform.
When he's not busy coding, you'll find Manuel in his element — running the trails in and around Zurich.
Ben co-founded the Resilient Civic Design Collective (RCDC), based in South Africa and Switzerland, facilitating resilient and sustainable urban developments in under-resourced areas. The work has been promoted by UN agencies and the land development model integrated within government planning policy in South Africa. He studied Environmental Management at Manchester Metropolitan University, Landscape Architecture at Heriot-Watt University and later worked on ETH Chair of Architecture and Urban Design projects. Ben co-creates and manages projects in the Global South including the testing and implementing of technologies that significantly improve social, environmental and economic outcomes.
He enjoys gliding across water both liquid and frozen.
Leona ensures that incon.ai is known and well represented in the world. While studying at the University of Zurich, she worked in a cinema as head programmer and event manager. After her degree, she joined a Zurich based press and promotion agency and went on to become part of our team in January 2022.
She’s enthusiastic about films and acrobatics.
Flavio finished his Master's degree in Robotics, Systems and Control at ETH Zurich with a focus on computer vision and localization. In earlier internships he worked with mechatronic systems involving different sensor types.
"It never gets easier, you just go faster" is a motto he lives by, be it while ski touring, mountain biking or programming.
Marco is Assistant Professor for Robotic Systems at ETH Zurich. He is passionate about developing mobile robots and their intelligence to conduct some of the dirty and dangerous work. Since 2013, Marco and his team are working on robotic building construction technologies for example for drilling, plastering, excavation, masonry, or bricklaying.
Marco likes dogs – real and robotic ones.