Company

Swiss High-Tech Software Engineering Company

About Ateleris and Our Values

We established Ateleris GmbH in 2016 as a University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland FHNW spin-off. Ateleris is an accredited start-up at the TECHNOPARK Aargau in Brugg, Switzerland.

We are an experienced software technology provider working on applied research and development projects for industrial and public partners in Switzerland and internationally. We offer our know-how and expertise to collaborate on projects with a certain je-ne-sais-quoi. Our team members are professionals with strong backgrounds in their respective areas of specialization, such as software development, embedded programming, algorithm design, machine learning, data exploitation, and optimization.

We are focused on (re)using technology and transfer knowledge and know-how from one domain to another. Thus we are involved in projects from a wide technological and topical range: we have developed embedded flight software and algorithms for satellites, engineered software so that robots find their way around, developed algorithms and smart applications for industry customers, and built data analytics solutions for data exploitation by business clients.

We are very interested in unconventional and challenging projects that allow us to use all of our experience. We prefer to work together with you on finding the right solutions in an agile and collegial manner. Finally, we promise to be honest, focus on your problem, and strive to find elegant and innovative solutions that fit your needs.

Our Team

Laszlo Istvan Etesi

Laszlo Etesi

Managing Director
Laszlo Etesi has been working in IT and Computer Science on various national and international projects for over 15 years. He has been involved in research projects as a developer, software architect, and project manager. He is currently leading the international analysis software development for STIX, an instrument onboard Solar Orbiter, the European Space Agency's next solar mission. As the technology transfer representative of the Computer Science department, he advises internal and external partners on applied research and development projects.
Simon Felix

Simon Felix

Director, Optimization and Machine Learning
Simon Felix has been developing commercial software for over 15 years and has been involved in applied research and development for more than a decade. As a project manager and developer, he has been heavily involved in developing many software and research projects for industry partners. His areas of interest and expertise cover everything from optimization to machine learning, algorithms, software architecture, image processing, and computer graphics. Simon Felix teaches various courses on algorithms, data science, and programming at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland FHNW.
Nicky Hochmuth

Nicky Hochmuth

Director, Scientific Computing
Nicky Hochmuth has been in applied research and development for more than ten years. As a project manager and developer, he has been working on a wide range of software projects for the public and private sectors. His expertise ranges from data structures to data processing and analysis to efficiently store data and visualize information. Nicky is teaching data warehousing and information retrieval at the University of Applied Sciences North-western Switzerland FHNW.
Luca Schafroth

Luca Schafroth

Web- and Software Development
Luca Schafroth has more than five years of experience as a software developer. During this time, he worked on various projects: web development and mobile apps, 3D graphics for games, and fraud detection using machine learning methods.
Silvan Laube

Silvan Laube

Machine Learning, Data Analytics
Silvan Laube worked on many different software projects over the past ten years. A broad mix of service and research projects with both local and international customers and partners serve as a solid foundation for all sorts of future projects. His experiences span from developing mobile and web applications to image processing and complex machine learning solutions.
Matthias Krebs

Matthias Krebs

Web- and Software Development, Data Management
Matthias Krebs has been working in software development and ICT management for over 12 years. He designed software architectures and developed applications for various IT projects in applied research and industry. Matthias was also responsible for the operation and maintenance of the ICT infrastructure for many of the projects. His specialties are developing web services, handling security topics, and designing data processing and management solutions in the energy and industrial sectors.
Orell Bühler

Orell Bühler

Web- and Software Development, UX Design
Orell Bühler has over four years of experience as a software developer. He has worked on different projects in full-stack web development, 3D simulations, and API integration with content management systems (CMS). He is currently pursuing his bachelor's degree in computer science with a specialization in design and technology.
Filip Schramka

Filip Schramka

Embedded Software & Hardware Development
Filip Schramka has over ten years of experience as a soft- and hardware developer. His main interests are computer graphics, digital image processing, human interaction in virtual spaces, low-level programming, and hardware development. After his apprenticeship as an electronics technician at Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) in Baden, Switzerland, he obtained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland FHNW. Various projects had Filip work abroad in countries like Singapore and China, where he worked on virtual reality, simulation, robotics, and computer graphic projects. Filip is also currently teaching algorithms and parallel computing at FHNW.

Ivo Nussbaumer

Machine Learning, Data Analytics
Ivo Nussbaumer started developing software over 15 years ago during an apprenticeship as an application developer. After completing his bachelor's degree in computer science at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, his interests shifted to machine learning and data science during his master's degree at ETH Zurich. He was able to use this experience in various research projects in optimization, text processing, and image processing. Ivo also teaches Recommender Systems and the Machine Learning Lab for the CAS Data Science at FHNW.