Dr. Stefan Müller

Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder

Dr. Stefan Müller received the joint master’s degree in Microelectronics from the Technical University Munich, Germany, and Nanyang Technological University Singapore in 2011. In 2015, he received the PhD degree from Dresden University of Technology for his work on HfO2-based ferroelectric devices. Since 2016, he is CEO of The Ferroelectric Memory Company (FMC).

Marko Noack

Director Memory Design and Co-Founder

Marko Noack received a diploma degree in electrical engineering from Dresden University of Technology in 2011. He then joined the chair of Highly-Parallel VLSI-Systems and Neuromorphic Circuits as a PhD student. During his time as a PhD student, Marko was working on the implementation of neuromorphic components in 28 nm HKMG technology. Since 2016, he is director of memory design at FMC.

Johannes Ocker

Director Silicon Validation

Johannes Ocker received a diploma degree in applied natural sciences from Freiberg University of Technology in 2012. In 2013, he joined NaMLab gGmbH as a PhD student working on electrical characterization and modeling of SONOS charge trapping devices. At FMC he holds the position as director of silicon validation.

Dr. Wolfram Drescher

Advisor and Co-Founder

Dr. Wolfram Drescher studied and received his doctorate in electrical engineering at Dresden University of Technology. In 1999, he founded Systemonic AG Dresden and in 2008 BlueWonder Communications GmbH which were successfully acquired by Philips Semiconductors and Infineon Technologies respectively. He is a strategic advisor to FMC in the field of company creation and investment acquisition.

Prof. Dr. Thomas Mikolajick


Prof. Dr. Thomas Mikolajick studied and received his doctorate in electrical engineering from the University Erlangen-Nürnberg. He then started to work in the semiconductor industry first at Siemens Semiconductor and later at Infineon and Qimonda. In that time his work was focused around metal-oxide semiconductor devices, device and material reliability and nonvolatile memories. Since 2009 he is professor at Dresden University of Technology and scientific director of NaMLab gGmbH.