Founder of the Month February: PARALUTION Labs UG

Paralution Labs UG develops and sells its software PARALUTION, a software library for parallel calculation of sparsely populated linear equations. The software is hardware independent and thus gives inexperienced programmers the chance to use the newest research architectures. In addition to the development and sales of the software, the startup also offers services in the fields of “mathematics” and “parallel algorithms.” In an interview, we asked the team of Paralution Labs about the idea, the startup time, and the future prospects.

The founding team of PARALUTION: Nico Trost and Dimitar Lukarski (f.l.)

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KIT Entrepreneurship Event – Start of the semester founders’ get-together

KIT Entrepreneurship EventIn October, academic life at the KIT began for the 2015/2016 winter semester. The KIT Founders Forge, too, picked up speed again and welcomed founders and those interested in founding to the KIT Entrepreneurship Event on 10/22/2015 in cooperation with the Technologiefabrik Karlsruhe.

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KIT Entrepreneurship Talk – Silicon Valley meets Karlsruhe

Dr. Guido Appenzeller (Quelle: abusix)

Dr. Guido Appenzeller (Source: abusix)

As part of the special event “Silicon Valley meets Karlsruhe,” hosted by Karlsruhe startup abusix, the KIT Entrepreneurship Talk with Dr. Guido Appenzeller took place on May 12, 2015.

Dr. Appenzeller studied physics in Karlsruhe until 1996, writing his thesis at the KIT Institute for Anthropometrics and Robotics (IPR) with Prof. Dr. Dillmann. He then finished his doctoral dissertation in 2005 in the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University, where he was also an advisor as a junior professor from 2008 until 2010.
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