At the top of this team is David Bychkov, Chairman and CEO.
has carried the Exmovere technologies forward through 7 years of intense research and development, various capital raises and different product iterations.
management team now works to serve the company's growing base of shareholders and the public at large, which has an ever-growing appetite for vital sign monitoring products, chem/bio hazard deterrents and mobility devices.
Chairman, President and CEO
David Bychkov is the architect of Exmovere Holdings' product and management strategies.
singular objective is to extract as much value as possible from the company's core intellectual properties and biomedical engineering competencies for the company's shareholders.
management team's immediate tasks are: to compete for hundreds of millions of annual government R and D dollars, to produce and deliver wireless and embedded biosensor products for healthcare, security and mobility to government and commercial customers, and to acquire synergistic, profitable companies.
A native of New York, David
is currently ABD in the Philosophy of Neuroscience at the European Graduate School
(EGS) in Saas Fee, Switzerland.
In 2005, David completed his Master's Degree at EGS and has since been honored to study under Professors Wolfgang Schirmacher, Sandy Stone and Siegfried Zielinski.
Like his grandfather, the Russian psychophysiologist Dr. May Bychkov, David
is a disciple and student of Karl Pribram's holographic model of the brain.
David holds a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema and Media Studies from the University of Chicago.
It was at Chicago where he
studied under Yuri Tsivian and Tom Gunning, and received research funding to uncover the linked histories of neuropsychology and cinema.
David Bychkov went on to serve as Professor of Holographic Cinema and Director of the Laboratory of Psychophysiology at Universita' dell' Immagine in Milan, Italy from 1999-2006.
It was at Universita' dell' Immagine that David, Fabrizio Ferri and fellow scientist Dr. William Giroldini first deployed emotion detection algorithms in the fields of market research, skin products testing and flight simulation.