Adrien Papaioannou

Adrien has more than 20 years of experience designing and developing quantitative software solutions. He combines a strong quantitative, finance, and programming background to deliver data science solutions focusing primarily on Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning and Deep Learning.

Prior to founding Tenokonda, Adrien worked as a senior quantitative analyst in major banks and software houses including Algorithmics Inc (now SS&C Algorithmics) and Calyon. He holds two master's degrees, one in Probability And Statistics from the University of Paris IX, and one in Mathematical Finance from the University of Paris I.


Cedric Fraces

Cedric is a reservoir engineer with over 14 years of experience in the energy industry working as a consultant, field engineer, production engineer and data scientist. He has a proven record of designing industrial artificial intelligence solutions for international E&P companies (Chevron, TOTAL, Conoco Philips, CNPC, PEMEX, KOC, Ecopetrol).

Cedric has worked on major oilfields in the US, Canada, China, Iraq, Kuwait, Kazakhstan, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia and been involved in executive decisions concerning the development and management of corresponding assets. Cedric holds a master's degree in Energy Resources Engineering from Stanford University and is currently a PhD candidate in Energy Resources Engineering at Stanford.


Denis Papaioannou

Denis is a quantitative analyst with over 12 years of experience working for major financial institutions and software companies, including HSBC, IBM, and London Stock Exchange. He has a strong track record of building quantitative libraries, software solutions and leading R&D projects. He has developed and deployed portfolio optimization solutions, stochastic simulation engines, and financial instruments pricing libraries as well as curve/surface calibration frameworks.

Denis founded mathlayer® programming language, the first scientific programming language embeddable by design to accelerate the development and deployment of quantitative solutions. He holds three master's degrees: Statistics and Economics from ENSAE, Stochastic Calculus and Probabilities from Paris VII, and Mathematical Engineering from ENSMN.