4Deep inwater imaging is perched on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
4Deep develops patented holographic technology to create simple yet powerful microscopes that enhance research and discovery.
Microscopy Today Innovation Award 2011
“These innovations will make imaging and analysis more powerful, more flexible, more productive and easier to accomplish” – Microscopy Today
Deloitte technology fast50 companies-to-watch in Canada 2014
For the past 12 years, Stephen has excelled in global business development, in the area of medical research, with HEKA Electronics Inc. He has been responsible for sales and marketing through direct and distributor networks. Stephen brings expertise in international business development, strategic alliances and partnerships, strategic planning, project management and excellent customer relations. In April 2012, Stephen joined 4Deep as their VP of Business Development and Marketing and was recently appointed CEO in January of 2013. Stephen holds a Ph.D. in Physiology and Biophysics from Dalhousie University and an EMBA from the Sobey School of Business.
Sergey has over 15 years of R&D and software development experience in biomedical and medical imaging companies. He has extensive experience with embedded Linux development, scientific data visualization, image processing and real time data acquisition systems. Sergey has consulted customers in numerous Fortune 500 companies on user interface development, industrial process controls, and agile team management. Sergey holds a Ph.D. in Physiology and Biophysics from Dalhousie University and is author on over 20 scientific publications and conference abstracts.
William brings years of experience in the roles of production supervisor, R&D lab manager, circuit prototyping and manufacturing support engineering . William has worked with a variety of projects, including GPS locator systems, high power RF systems, and ultrasensitive low noise electronics. Never one to back down from a challenge, William’s organization and technical know-how are fully appreciated at 4Deep. William’s precision craftsmanship has been carefully honed since his days of sailing with the Canadian Navy.