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The “secret sauce” of our approach are the “six honest signals of collaboration”. They are built into Condor, and are:
They are the result of 15 years of research. They have high predictive power to identify hidden leaders, creatives, (dis)satisfied employees, but also people showing criminal energy. On online social media they will identify the most emotional brands, influential thoughtleaders, and popular products. They are the foundation of our solutions. They are described in detail in the two books “Swarm Leadership” and “Sociometrics”.
Software Architecture and Consulting
João Marcos Da Oliveira is a member of the Condor core development team at Galaxyadvisors which he joined after working with Peter as an intern at MIT. He holds a diploma in Computational Engineering from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora in Brazil. His main expertise is in natural language processing, and Web front end development.
Kai Fischbach is Dean of the Faculty for Business IT and Professor in Information Systems and Social Networks at University of Bamberg (Germany). He was a Research Assistant at the Otto Beisheim Graduate School of Management (Germany) where he received his Ph.D. Prior to his appointment in Bamberg, he was Assistant Professor at the University of Cologne.
Data Science and Management Consulting
Andrea Fronzetti Colladon is a Research Fellow and an Adjunct Professor of Engineering Economics at the University of Rome Tor Vergata; he cooperates on research projects carried out at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence, where he was a visiting scholar. His research interests include social network and semantic analysis, innovation management and organizational communication. He also works as a management consultant and business coach. He joined Galaxy Advisors in 2014
Software Architecture and Consulting
Hauke Fuehres is a member of the Condor core development team at Galaxyadvisors which he joined a long time ago as the first intern at MIT. He is also consulting in customer projects. He holds a diploma in Information Systems (MS) from the University of Cologne. Before joining Galaxyadvisors, Hauke worked as a research assistant at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland and in software engineering and project management at an insurance company.
Chief Creative Officer and Founder
Peter Gloor founded Galaxyadvisors based on his ongoing work as a Research Scientist at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence. He is also Honorary Professor at University of Cologne, Distinguished Visiting Professor at Pontifica Universidad Cattolica in Santiago de Chile, and Honorary Professor at Jilin University, Changchun, China. Earlier he was a Partner with Deloitte and PwC, a manager at UBS, and a Post-Doc at MIT. He has a PhD in computer science from University of Zurich.
Julia Gluesing is a business and organizational anthropologist with more than 30 years of experience in industry and academia focusing on global leadership development, managing global teams, managing change, innovating across cultures and cross-cultural communication and training. Julia is a part-time faculty member in the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at Wayne State University teaching in the Global Executive Track Ph.D. Program, for which she was a founder and co-director.
Infrastructure and Consulting
Michael Henninger worked as a Java developer on early versions of Condor while pursuing his MS in Engineering at University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW). In the meantime he is a lecturer at FHNW where he teaches algorithms, social networks, and COINs. In his current role at galaxyadvisors Michael is responsible for the hardware infrastructure and works with customers on coolhunting and social network analysis projects.
Chief Software Architect
Márton Makai leads the development of Galaxyadvisors' flagship product Condor. His main expertise is in social network visualization and graph algorithms. Earlier he worked at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland and as a software engineer at Google. He holds a PhD in applied mathematics from Eötvös University, Budapest.
Chief Coolfarming Officer
Ken Riopelle is a Research Professor at Wayne State University in the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Detroit Michigan. His career spans thirty plus years in automotive consulting and has specialized in the diffusion of innovations in globally networked organizations. He was the Director of Research for Sandy Corporation.
Chief Executive Officer, India
Tejasvita Saran leads Galaxyadvisors' activities in India. Before joining Galaxyadvisors, she was heading technology for Genpact Research and Media Services and Global Product Manager for IRI – BCI Europe. She joined IRI from Accenture Marketing Sciences where she managed portfolio products in marketing analytics and media audits. She holds a specialization degree in Business Analytics and Intelligence from IIM, Bangalore.
Chair of Scientific Advisory Board
Detlef Schoder is Professor and chairs the Department of Information Systems and Information Management and is director of the Institute for Broadcasting Economics at the University of Cologne, Germany. He was reviewer to the German Parliament’s Lower House for e-Commerce issues and is consultant to the European Commission.