Robotic Materials’ mission is to enable human-like manipulation skills and make them accessible to the workforce at large with an initial focus on the manufacturing industry. Robotic Materials is a spin-off from the University of Colorado at Boulder and has been funded by angels, the State of Colorado and the National Science Foundation’s SBIR program.  

Scott Thomas, CEO, has 20 years of technology and finance experience from small start-ups to international corporations including Lufthansa, HP, and Gartner Group. His insight includes finding technology partners that multiply strengths to ensure solid growth. In addition to being a partner in building a successful international software producer, he played a key role in the beginning of the    STAR airline alliance.
Scott Thomas
Nikolaus Correll, CTO, has more than fifteen years of experience in building cutting-edge robotic systems. Nikolaus believes that strong artificial intelligence will be enabled by smart sensors and actuators, that is a tight interplay between a robot’s body and brain, and has founded Robotic Materials Inc. in 2016.  Before that, Nikolaus research has been supported by NASA, the National Science Foundation and the Department of Defense.
Nikolaus Correll