What we do
Flexciton applies cutting-edge technology to optimize the planning and scheduling decisions for the world's most complex manufacturing process - semiconductor wafer fabrication. Utilizing over 10 years of academic research and industrial studies, Flexciton's engineers have developed a hybrid-optimization model aimed at solving the production scheduling problems that were previously unsolvable.
Manufacturing is critical to the human race; everything around us is manufactured. Human innovation has been enabled by manufacturing innovation. Manufacturing has stagnated because innovation has reached the limit of what human intelligence alone is capable of. Further innovation demands Artificial Intelligence.
Our vision is to bring Flexciton optimization technology to every factory in the world to enable manufacturing to operate at a level never before possible.
Meet the Co-founders
Flexciton's Co-founders had spent years in the industry and saw first hand the problems manufacturers face in planning and scheduling production. Companies had vast amounts of data recorded about their operations, but they were struggling to learn anything meaningful from it. Through their combined technical experience in optimisation, data science and computer programming, Jamie and Dennis started to uncover how insights could be learnt from this industrial data to drive significant efficiency improvements.
Jamie is an expert in Mathematics and Statistics and graduated top of his year from the University of Oxford. In 2018, Jamie was added to the 2018 Forbes 30 under 30 list.
Dennis (PhD, Imperial College) is an expert in optimisation and data analytics for industrial applications and has worked with leading industrial companies such as BASF and Statoil