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Chenope Announces Expansion into Romania

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Data modeling and analysis startup’s new Bucharest office will introduce an experimental robotics group

Chenope, a startup specializing in systems for building mathematical or “multi-evidence” models of complex information, announces the establishment of its new R&D group in Bucharest, Romania. This initiative marks a significant expansion of Chenope’s research areas into the field of robotics.

Alexandru Caciulescu will lead the new group. Prior to joining Chenope, Caciulescu held a senior engineering position at UiPath (PATH, NYSE), the first Romanian unicorn, with revenue now topping US$1B. He holds BS and MS degrees in Computer Science from the University Politehnica of Bucharest, Faculty of Automatic Control & Computer Science. The new Romanian Chenope team includes several other UIPath alumni, as well as PhDs in robotics, physics, and computer engineering.

“The challenges of the work that Chenope is doing in cutting-edge areas—from heterogeneous sensor fusion to the combatting of coordinated disinformation—were impossible for me to resist,” said Caciulescu. “I’m really looking forward to being able to further grow our new team.”

“Romania punches well above its weight in mathematics, a core competence for us. Romania was the first host of the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) back in 1959. We had a great intern from their IMO preparation program, which caused us to learn more about Romania. So, it was a very natural place for us to look for the types of people we hire as we continue our expansion,” said Charnock.

“When I heard that Alexandru had an R&D team that was looking for a new opportunity, I immediately determined that this was the right time for Chenope to expand into Romania,” said Vlad Dabija, Chenope’s VP of Special Projects. “I’m delighted that it has worked out so well.”

Alex Caciulescu, CEO, Chenope Romania.
Photo credit: Alex R. Constantinescu | Lens of Alex

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