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Matteo Peluso is the co-founder of EuclidLabs
, a company that produces reusable .NET components as well as full application for industry and education.
Matteo got his degree in electrical engineering at the university of Padua (Italy) on 2000, after spending several months at UCSD
(University of California, San Diego) as a visiting researcher.
Between 2001 and 2003 he worked for Nidek Technologies
as an R&D engineer and
Project Manager, focusing his attention to biomedical imaging.
After that he worked for Softmatic
, and he was involved in the SimulEasy project,
a 3D simulation software for robotized metal sheet bending.
At the beginning of 2005 he left the nest to strike out on his own and build Euclid Labs, a development company
with offices in Asolo (Treviso, Italy).
his areas of work include image analysis and processing, robotics and 3D simulation.