We are passionate about driving innovation in quantum computing
Established in 2019, PiDust is a quantum computing software company. PiDust design solutions that benefit from quantum computing even in its earliest forms.
PiDust combines expertise in the product areas of quantum software and enterprise applications in the area of quantum chemistry.
CEO & Lead Research Scientist
Bill founded PiDust in 2019 as CEO and Lead Research Scientist. He worked as lead software designer for a major quantum computing startup from 2017 to 2018. He obtained his master's degree on Theoretical Physics from the University of Cambridge, UK in 2017 and his bachelor's on Physics from the University of Patras, Greece in 2016. When he is not working on Quantum Computing or Computational Chemistry, he can be found sailing in some sea.
Slaff has more than five years of experience in finance and investments in London and focuses on business development and commercial strategy for PiDust. He holds a bachelor's degree in Economics and is a graduate of Strategy and Innovation from University of Cambridge.
Digital Systems Architect
Paraskevas has co-founded PiDust as a Digital Systems Architect, while working as a Solution Architect and Machine Learning Researcher at Meazon SA. In 2017 he received his M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, USA, after receiving his Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Patras, Greece in 2015. His interests range from backend systems and data science to Internet of Things applications, computational biology and quantum computing. Rumors would have him frequently hiking on mountainous trails, but hard evidence remains elusive.
Dimitris has co-founded PiDust as a Research Scientist specializing in Computational Chemistry. He is currently working as a computational scientist in the Department of Materials Science at the University of Patras. His main research focus is on Quantum Systems (Quantum dots ~ wires etc.) determining their exotic properties and applications ranging from medical imaging (targeted-drug-delivery) to optoelectronics. The research approach includes new method development as well as usage of the already existing ones. In moments of excessive workload, music creation comes to battle the dead end.