About Us

Jane Ollis - Founder



Jane brings 25 years of diverse business experience from interning at NASA to sitting on and advising boards of global companies, charities and government bodies. She is an environmental scientist and biochemist by training interested in how science and technology can shape tomorrow’s world. She is also an alumni of Sydney's prestigious social leadership programme and a business fellow of Oxford University and today focuses on building and serving business that have a clear purpose and social impact.


The University of KEnt research team

Professor Ian McLaughlin


Ian is the Head School of Computing and has 30 years-experience in signal processing & micro-electronics and heads a highly skilled research team and credibility in EEG sensing through multiple peer reviewed publications.

Dr Palani Ramawamy


  Palani is a Reader at the School of Computing and offers two decades of EEG experience in signal processing, brain computer interface and machine learning. 

Dr Surij Mouli


Surej is a Research Assistant at the School of Computing. He has completed a PhD in hardware  design related to  EEG and who is working on EEG signal analysis.    


Professor Rahul Kanegoankar


Kenny is the Professor of Medical Innovation at Canterbury Christ Church University, Programme Director for the MCh Otorhinolaryngology, Consultant ENT Surgeon and Innovation Lead within the Kent Surrey Sussex Clinical Research Network. 

Melissa Ream


Melissa is an adviser for KSS AHSN's Living Labs and AI programme and lead author of 'Accelerating Artificial Intelligence in health and care: results from a state of the nation survey,' launched in Sept 2018 & published in collaboration with the Department of Health and Social Care and NHS England

Simon Hampel


 Simon is Managing Partner of Leaders’ Quest based in London. He works with global companies and institutions to help catalyse the transformational change required to meet today’s challenges. Simon spent 1993-2001 as a serial entrepreneur, building companies in the fields of financial services, leisure, consultancy and technology