German Deep Tech 2018-10-17T12:10:21+00:00

We are an entrepreneurial holding that is focused
on building companies and scale their businesses
in entirely new ‘deep tech’ categories. Our activities
also include the bridges between technology,
architecture and arts.

Photo: German Deep Tech Headquarters

What We Do

We combine genetic, evolutionary algorithms with techniques of machine learning – solving high-dimensional, combinatorial problems that are key to future digitization process of our society and economy. This way we overcome limitations of procedural and classical algorithmic solutions. The combination of genetics and machine learning leads to solutions having for the first time concrete artificial intelligence. And it is no longer just a buzzword. It becomes IT reality.

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About Us

Since 2001 we have been turning outstanding cutting-edge research and developments in the fields of software technology into marketable innovations together with our excellence partner, the Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering (HPI).

Counting on magnificent talents, we set up and build companies and scale their businesses to become global leaders in entirely new ‚deep tech‘ categories.

Our companies are based on advanced analytics and information cartography to tackle today’s challenges of big data and complex software systems impacting boundlessly on the needs of enterprises and society in the digital era as well as addressing the core needs of digital transformation processes.

Our activities also include the bridges between technology, real estate and arts.

Deep Tech Startups

We are specialized in converting research results in the deep-tech & the big data sector into scalable growth companies, developing these sustainably. This is a selection of our company formations:

Deep Tech Startups

We are specialized in converting research results in the deep-tech & the big data sector into scalable growth companies, developing these sustainably. This is a selection of our company formations:

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Real Estate

Under the brand Quadfolium we invest in and develop real estate – as a way of reinvesting profits; giving us the freedom to develop research solutions both in the short and long term even over several years to make them market ready. We are involved in nearly all kind of different asset classes in the area of Berlin, Saxony and Brandenburg. Due to our analytics we can react quickly (within hours). This means we can make purchases even in complex situations. Some examples below.

Partners

The German Deep Tech Group cooperates closely in a number of research fields and study programs with HPI, the Hasso Plattner Institute (www.hpi.de), the university center of excellence for software engineering and IT systems engineering. The Hasso Plattner Institute holds an unique position in the landscape of German universities; it has no tuition fees and is financed through private funds donated by its founder, Professor Hasso Plattner, who co-founded the software giant SAP. In particular, German Deep Tech engages in long-term research programs in Advanced Analytics, Software Analytics, Spatial Analytics, Visual Computing and Information Cartography.

Partners

The German Deep Tech Group cooperates closely in a number of research fields and study programs with HPI, the Hasso Plattner Institute (www.hpi.de), the university center of excellence for software engineering and IT systems engineering. The Hasso Plattner Institute holds an unique position in the landscape of German universities; it has no tuition fees and is financed through private funds donated by its founder, Professor Hasso Plattner, who co-founded the software giant SAP. In particular, German Deep Tech engages in long-term research programs in Advanced Analytics, Software Analytics, Spatial Analytics, Visual Computing and Information Cartography.

Management

Marc Hildebrandt
Marc HildebrandtCEO & Founder
Marc Hildebrandt as an entrepreneur has garnered over fifteen years of experience in starting, growing and exiting various highly successful technology companies. One of his first projects was LandXplorer in 2002, which was acquired in 2008 by Autodesk Inc. in San Francisco to transform Autodesk into the immediate leader in 3D geospatial visualizations.
Björn Sykora
Björn SykoraDirector Startup Operations
Björn joined German Deep Tech in 2017. He is a passionate entrepreneur with more than 11 years of experience in setting up and scaling various businesses. In 2007 he co-founded Mister Spex and over 9 years helped to grow it into Europe’s leading online optician. In addition he supported more than 10 startups as an active business angel. Prior to this, Björn gained work experiences at Jamba, Porsche Consulting and Deutsche Bank. He graduated from HHL – Leipzig Graduate School of Management
Dr. Uta Morgenstern
Dr. Uta MorgensternStrategic Projects
Uta has over 10 years experience as project manager, researcher and lecturer in the area of strategy and innovation, working across a variety of sectors and international contexts. At German Deep Tech she conceptualises and implements a range of strategic and operational projects. Uta has a PhD, MA and BA (Hons) with foci in strategic management and international business.
Doreen Silkinat
Doreen SilkinatHead of Operations
Doreen has gathered over 10 years of experience in operations, finance and controlling for startups and well-established large companies. At German Deep Tech, she is the leading expert for projects which are high in complexity and strategic transformation projects.

Art House

The Kunsthaus Tacheles (Art House Tacheles) was an art center in Berlin, Germany, a large building and sculpture park in the district Mitte. Huge, colorful graffiti-style murals were painted on the exterior walls, and modern art sculptures were featured inside. The house was finally closed on September 4, 2012.

German Deep Tech gave the Tacheles a new home. Hundreds of sculptures and paintings are now stored in Potsdam.

Farmhouse for Founders & Innovators

The Farmhouse for Founders & Innovators is located in Rheinsberg, 65km from Berlin. Surrounded by a unique natural setting Rheinsberg serves and has served as a source of inspiration. „Founders of Germany“ Friedrich II. or Heinrich of Prussia and world famous writers like Kurt Tucholsky and Theodore Fontane found stimuli for their artistic works in the perfection of untouched nature. And still today, Rheinsberg with its Farmhouse for founders & innovators is the ideal hub of inspiration for innovation.

Contact

German Deep Tech / Quadfolium Group

HQ:

Domstr. 12
14482 Potsdam
Germany

Berlin Office:

Rheinsberger Str. 76/77
10115 Berlin
Germany

Phone: +49 (0)30 920383 3710
Fax: +49 (0)30 920383 3711
Email: mail@germandeeptech.com

Founder & CEO
Marc Hildebrandt

Amtsgericht Potsdam HRB 28189 P
VAT-No. DE264949807