With 16 years of experience in biomedical engineering, Dr. Mollicone has played an active role in the development of the field of neurobehavioral performance measurement and fatigue risk management. A co-founder of Pulsar Informatics, Dr. Mollicone has acted as Principal Investigator or co-investigator on research funded by a number of government agencies, including NASA, the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, and the National Institute of Health. He has co-authored numerous publications on topics of neurobehavioral performance measurement and fatigue modeling.
Dr. Mollicone holds degrees in Engineering Physics and Biomedical Engineering.
Matthew has a background in engineering and in finance. A co-founder of Pulsar Informatics, he has also contributed to the conception, financing, and development of several high tech startups in Canada, the U.S., and in Poland.
Prior to assuming the position of CFO at Pulsar Informatics, Mr. van Wollen was an associate partner at Lasanoz Finance, a boutique investment bank based in Warsaw, Poland. During his five years with Lasanoz Finance, Mr. van Wollen managed transactions totaling over $4 billion in transaction value for major multinational companies and private equity firms. He acquired deal making experience throughout New Europe and developed a specialist knowledge of a number of sectors including technology, media, telecommunications and infrastructure.
Mr. van Wollen has served as a member of the board of directors of publicly listed companies in Canada and in Poland. He holds a degree in engineering physics and is a CFA Charterholder.
Chris Mott is an internationally recognized expert on technology platforms to measure neurobehavioral performance and cognition. He is the technical architect of Pulsar’s software applications and oversees the company’s data analysis team.
Chris was the principal engineer for the NASA Behavioral Health and Performance Dashboard, a tool for NASA flight surgeons to manage sleep health and medical care of astronauts on the International Space Station. He was also the principal engineer for an advanced research and development program sponsored by the Office of Naval Research to deliver a technology platform to help Navy physicians deliver sleep health and medical care to Navy seals and Marine Expeditionary Forces.
Chris’s research and development innovations have become the basis of industry standard approaches for individualized assessment of fatigue based on sleep patterns. He holds a master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering, and has been awarded seven U.S. patents for inventions related to technology platforms to support sleep health, medical care, and neurobehavioral assessment.
Our in-house software developers, designers, and business analysts develop software solutions that bring a complicated fatigue science into an actionable set of information that helps every organization quickly identify fatigue risk, explore mitigation strategies, and take appropriate measures to intervene. Pulsar’s team follows an agile product development methodology to turn use cases into stories and stories into high functioning applications. In producing high quality products, Pulsar’s team also utilizes pair programming techniques and test driven design processes.
With decades of combined software development experience, the Pulsar development team produces world class applications that are intuitive, quick to adopt, secure, and high performing.