All our technologies are completely independent of 3rd party services, not restricted to specific cloud providers.
Dr. Damir Cavar
Damir Cavar (CEO) has more than 20 years of experience in speech and language processing (NLP) and AI, Software Engineering, and Data Science. He worked at various Universities, in research labs, and in industry in Europe and in the United States.
Stefan Geißler is an experienced entrepreneur in the domain of Natural Language Processing and Business AI solutions. He co-founded the text mining and NLP startup TEMIS, and was the managing director of its German branch until the exit. He joined the Semiring Inc. team representing the corporation in Europe.
Dr. Anthony Meyer
Anthony Meyer (Senior Scientist) graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington in 2019. He is a Natural Language Processing expert and Computational Linguist, focusing on neural networks, algorithm optimization, and GPU programming.
Valentin Pantchev (CTO) is a big data, cloud and high-performance computing expert with more than a decade of experience as a director of business computing centers, and research and development divisions in California and the Midwest.
Matt Rust (attorney) is a legal expert who graduated from the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University in Bloomington in 2019. His research and experience in the legal field led to his interest in the intersection of law and technology. Finding and addressing bottlenecks in industry processes guide his involvement in Semiring’s technological applications.
We are partnering with Dioltas, a global firm dedicated to providing design, implementation processes of superior technologies and next generation security solutions to governments, global corporations, and organizations.
Abdulaziz Alimov is an Indiana University at Bloomington graduate from Computer Science. His expertise is in user interface design mobile app development, and (data) visualization in connection to distributed NLP and Knowledge Graph applications.
Dr. James Joshua Pennington
Josh Pennington holds his PhD from The Ohio State University (2011), focusing on natural language corpora, data annotation, and language data processing for Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing applications.
Dr. Malgosia E. Cavar
Malgorzata Cavar is an Assistant Professor of linguistics at Indiana University in Bloomington. She has more than 15 years of research experience in spoken language data and models of articulation and perception, that is phonology, phonetics. She is an expert in language resources, in particular audio and speech corpora. Her main focus lies on speech processing and experimental analysis of speech production.
Mike Dodd (University Program Director NSIN - National Security Innovation Network, Indiana University) is a retired Mustang Marine Corps Infantry officer and has been assisting clients win and perform on Government contracts for 16 years. Mike served with distinction in the United States Marine Corps for 11 years and held leadership roles as a rifle platoon commander, a rifle Company executive officer, OIC for the 1st Marine Division scout sniper school and the Operations officer of the 1st Marine Reconnaissance Company before service connected injuries led to his early retirement. Mike has served on non profit Advisory Boards as well as private and public Company Board of Directors. He additionally invests and advises early stage companies and continues as a guest speaker on military installations on making a successful transtion and entrepreneurship. He also serves on the executive leadership team for the Defense Entrepreneurs Forum, as the Director of the Giving Team. DEF is a national non profit with over 3,600 members, whose charter is to connect, inspire and empower academics and non traditional defense companies into working on national security programs.
Dr. Lawrence S. Moss
Lawrence S. Moss is Professor of Mathematics at Indiana University in Bloomington, where he is also Adjunct Professor of Computer Science, Informatics, Linguistics, and Philosophy. Moss is Director of IU's Program in Logic, and former Director of Graduate Studies of Cognitive Science. His main research areas are topics in logic close to the study of meaning, either of natural language or computer languages.