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CREATING THE AUTHORITATIVE WHOLE EARTH DIGITAL TWIN

Meet the Founders

Meet the Founders

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Christopher Mitchell, Ph.D
CEO and Co-Founder

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Dr. Christopher Mitchell completed his Ph.D. in Computer Science at NYU, specializing in distributed systems, having previously earned an M.S. in Computer Science and an M.E. and B.E. in Electrical Engineering.

 

Trying to put New York City into Minecraft piqued Christopher's interest in making immersive copies of the real world.

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Thomas Dickerson, Ph.D
CSO and Co-Founder

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Dr. Thomas Dickerson completed his Ph.D. thesis in Computer Science at Brown University, and holds a B.S. in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics. His research centered on applying the algorithmic lens to interdisciplinary problems.

 

Thomas's interest in semantic modeling of built environments stemmed from a desire to automatically simplify models of real-world landmarks into virtual toy bricks while preserving their iconic features.

REAL-WORLD CITIES

Immersive digital twins and rich 3D data, instantly accessible for games, simulations, training, architecture, and beyond. Whether you're immersing humans or machines in a virtual copy of our reality, or building the Metaverse of the real world, Geopipe's environments are the instantly available foundation.

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OUR VALUES

  • Intellectual integrity & diversity

  • Cutting-edge research

  • Competitive positioning

  • Learning & growth

  • Open and active communication

  • Autonomy & trust

  • Collaboration

Meet the Team

 

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