Founded in 2015, we are a company based in San Jose focused on developing high-bandwidth Neural Interfaces for advanced prosthetic therapies.




Matt Angle, CEO

Matt has a background in nanotechnology and neuroscience. As a graduate student at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research and as a post-doctoral researcher at Stanford University, he was immersed in the development and the study of neural recording technologies. In the course of his research, he and his collaborators invented a new, powerful way of interfacing with the brain. As CEO of Paradromics, Matt has assembled a team of physicists, electrical, software, and mechanical engineers to turn a promising technology into a robust, marketable platform.


Adam A. Kablanian, Chairman of the Board

Adam was most recently the Chairman and CEO of PlasmaSi, which recently sold to Aixtron SE. PlasmaSi developed a thin-film deposition technology based on very low temperature silicon nitride Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition (PECVD). Adam was instrumental in focusing that team to turn an exciting technology into a viable commercial system. Before his time at PlasmaSi, Adam was the Chief Executive Officer of Memoir Systems, a venture-backed memory IP company that was acquired by Cisco in October 2014. Before that, he served as the Chairman of the Board (1996-2008) and Chief Executive Officer (1996-2007) of Virage Logic, a company he co-founded in 1996 and subsequently took public on NASDAQ (VIRL).


Scientific Advisory Board

Paradromics benefits from close ties and collaboration with world-class research labs.

Andreas Schaefer, The Francis Crick Institute

Nick Melosh, Stanford University

Konrad Kording, Northwestern University