SERG Technologies is an Imperial College deep tech spin-out company, based in London, England. It was incorporated in February 2019 with a mission to revolutionise the way humans interact with technology by re-inventing human to machine interface and develop anthropocentric solutions in the healthcare field that will improve the quality of life for millions of people.
The company’s shareholders are its Founders: Ravi Vaidyanathan, Samuel Wilson, Alex Lewis and Christos Kapatos, with the venture firm Imperial Innovations maintaining a stake on behalf of Imperial College, and Velocity-Partners VC being the lead-investor of the pre-seed round that was closed on December 2019. Two independent Business-Angels are also shareholders.
SERG is working closely with NHS hospitals and leading UK private clinics as well as with market-leading companies in the prosthetics and orthotics, medical and homecare fields, creating partnerships, raising awareness and promoting its technology.
Our technology was awarded both the “Most Promising Innovation in Robotics” award by the UK Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in 2016, as well as the “National Health Service (NHS) Innovation Challenge Award”. It has been featured for innovation by BBC and ITV, and the Team has been invited for presentation at 10 Downing Street.
Christos is a serial inventor and entrepreneur with extensive professional experience in assistive and human-centric technologies. He has served as CTO of HCi-Viocare, and as Leading Technical Officer of of the Bioengineering and P&O Group of the University of Strathclyde. In the course of his career Christos has raised millions in funding for P and O related technology. He is a Member of the IET and RSE Enterprise Fellow 2004.View LinkedIn
Ravi is a world-renowned expert in neurorobotics and HMI. He has won innovation awards from the Robotics Society of Japan, IET, IEEE, NHS, and AIAA, been featured by the BBC, New Scientist, ITV, Discovery Channel, Tokyo Broadcasting Company, and been invited to speak at 10 Downing Street and the US Pentagon. He currently leads the BioMechatronics Laboratory at Imperial College London where his research has led to 4 new companies releasing 3 new products in the last 5 years alone.View LinkedIn
Sam completed a PhD studying the practical applications of the technology which SERG uses. He has been involved in several start-ups as Technical Lead, and he has raised more than £250k in funding throughout the course of his research career. He now runs the technical development within the company.View LinkedIn
Alex has been researching and networking within the P&O market for more than five years. He is a representative of the Alex Lewis Trust, acting as a spokesman in numerous press events, and has worked with top industry professionals, decision-makers, researchers and the government.View LinkedIn
Tom is a passionate and driven engineer, who has published and presented his research in medical robotics internationally. A keen problem solver with a desire to transform healthcare through patient-centric technologies. He recently completed his PhD in Medical Robotics at Imperial College London and before that studied Engineering at Cambridge University and MIT.View LinkedIn
Vani Virdyawan is a research associate at Imperial College London. During his PhD he investigated the use of machine learning and novel sensors to improve the safety of minimally invasive brain surgery. His research interests include laser-based sensors, machine learning, wearable sensors, and surgical robotics.View LinkedIn
Konstantinos is a Mechatronics Engineer with extensive experience in prototyping and development of devices, ranging fromunderwater robotics to award winning UAVs and from IOT smart devices to patent pending wearables. His recent experience includes serving as the Lead Engineer of a start-up, leading the introduction of a medical breath analyser to market. He is passionate about developing human centric products tailored towards better user experience.View LinkedIn
Dario is Full Professor and Chair in Neurorehabilitation Engineering at the Department of Bioengineering of Imperial College London, and a world-leader in neurorehabilitation technology and neural control of movement. He has been the recipient of the 2010 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Early Career Achievement Award, as well as served as the President of the International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology, and a board member of CTRL-labs.View Website