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SCiLS is located in Bremen, Germany, and was founded as a spin-off of University of Bremen.
We develop innovative software solutions for the analysis and exploration of MALDI mass spectrometry imaging data. Our solutions are employed worldwide by customers in areas such as biomarker studies and clinically oriented research, pharmaceutical research, and microbiology.
SCiLS’ mission is to bridge the gap between data and knowledge. With its strong and diverse R&D background ranging from mathematics and biochemistry to software engineering, SCiLS is well-positioned to offer software solutions that make cutting-edge research results accessible to its customers.
MALDI imaging is an innovative and competitive field. To continue leading the market, SCiLS carries out projects closely related to research. SCiLS takes an active part in research projects on both the national and European scale.
Dennis Trede is a co-founder and the director of SCiLS.
He studied Applied Mathematics with a focus on signal and image processing in Dresden and Bremen and holds a PhD from the University of Bremen.
DR. DENNIS TREDE
Peter Maass is Professor of Applied Mathematics, director of the Center For Industrial Mathematics at the University of Bremen (since 1999), and co-founder of SCiLS.
He studied mathematics in Cambridge, UK, and Heidelberg before obtaining an assistant professorship at Tufts University (1990), Boston, and a full professorship at University of Potsdam (1993). Since 2011 he is also adjunct professor at Clemson University, USA.
PROF. DR. PETER MAASS
Theodore Alexandrov is a co-founder of SCiLS.
He holds a PhD in Mathematics and Computer Science in St. Petersburg, Russia, and besides his involvement in SCiLS, is a Team Leader at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory and Assistant Adjunct Professor at the University of California San Diego.