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Board of Directors

Infinitesima's Board is led by Chairman Andrew Dixon and is made up of investors, executives and leading advisors.

Andrew Dixon

Chairman

Andrew is an investor in early-stage UK businesses with 40+ investments over the past 20 years. He previously worked at Goldman Sachs where he advised gold producers, central banks & investors across the Asian region as to appropriate commodity derivative strategies. Andrew is an Enterprise Fellow at the Prince's Trust. He holds a degree in International Politics from Aberystwyth University and an MBA from London Business School.

Ivan Shyr

Ivan has been an Investment Director at Sussex Place Ventures since 2011. His investment focus is on early stage technology companies, especially in the areas of scientific innovation (e.g., Nanotech, Semicon) and B2B Digital Platforms. He is an experienced operating manager of global technology companies, especially between Asia (China) and USA. Previously he was the Corp Development Director at Shanghai Gulf Semiconductor, a leading Chinese diode manufacturer. He is a graduate of London Business School and UC Berkeley.

Paul Atherton

Dr Paul Atherton is a successful, serial, technology entrepreneur who focuses on start-up companies from UK universities. He co-founded Queensgate Instruments in 1978 whilst studying for a PhD in astrophysics and was Managing Director from 1987 until its sale in March 2000.

Paul has held senior positions at C2V, Midaz Lasers and Imperial Innovations.

Paul is currently Chairman of Nexeon Limited, Phase Focus Ltd, Sussex Place Ventures and the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Ultra Precision Engineering.

Paul has a PhD in Physics from Imperial College and an MBA from the London Business School. He was made a Fellow of London Business School in July 2013, and became a Fellow of The Institute of Physics in April 2016.

Robin Tombs

Robin is a co-founder in Gamesys, one of the world's leading online gaming operators with annual revenues over 180m, 750 staff and offices in 5 countries. Robin is also an investor in a handful of early stage UK businesses. He worked at PWC as a Chartered Accountant from 1993 to 1997 before co-founding IDM, a web games business sold in 1999. Robin set up Zing, a UK charity to fund charities and social enterprises working with disadvantaged young people in the UK and sub-Saharan Africa. He holds a degree in Economics and Politics from Bristol University./p>

Glyn Davies

President and Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Andrew D. L. Humphris

Chief Technology Officer

Jason Hector

Engineering Director