Osh Agabi

Osh Agabi (Founder & CEO, Koniku Inc.), has over 15+ years of experience in neuro-electronic interfacing in Industry and Academia. As a strategic projects lead at a robotics startup in Switzerland he implemented learning algorithms for pick-and-place robots which worked alongside humans in a factory setting. They achieved success in developing robots which categorized objects autonomously in 2003/2004. That company was eventually sold.

He led a cross disciplinary industry and academia team to develop an in vitro reflex arc for modeling implantable neural chips, 2008. These chips interfaced with the peripheral nervous system (PNS). As a visiting scholar and during his PhD studies at the Imperial College in London, he built and customized 2 photon microscopes for studying synaptic transmission and primitives of vision in the mouse visual cortex and Alzheimer’s disease models. He left Academia in 2015 to establish Koniku. Koniku is based in Berkeley CA. Osh. Speaks 5 human languages.

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Osh Agabi

Founder & CEO, Koniku

Osh Agabi (Founder & CEO, Koniku Inc.), has over 15+ years of experience in neuro-electronic interfacing in Industry and Academia. As a strategic projects lead at a robotics startup in Switzerland he implemented learning algorithms for pick-and-place robots which worked alongside humans in a factory setting. They achieved success in developing robots which categorized objects autonomously in 2003/2004. That company was eventually sold.

He led a cross disciplinary industry and academia team to develop an in vitro reflex arc for modeling implantable neural chips, 2008. These chips interfaced with the peripheral nervous system (PNS). As a visiting scholar and during his PhD studies at the Imperial College in London, he built and customized 2 photon microscopes for studying synaptic transmission and primitives of vision in the mouse visual cortex and Alzheimer’s disease models. He left Academia in 2015 to establish Koniku. Koniku is based in Berkeley CA. Osh. Speaks 5 human languages.

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