Treble Technologies was founded in early 2020 by Dr. Finnur Pind and Jesper Pedersen, a couple of acoustic engineers with extensive experience and expertise in sound simulation. Having spent a good part of a decade researching and developing cutting-edge sound simulation technology and processes, they joined forces to bring this next generation technology to market, with the vision of enabling designers of the built environment to create a better sounding world.
The company is based in the city center of Reykjavík, Iceland.
Dr. Finnur PindCEO & founderPhD in sound simulation technology. Extensive experience within acoustics, applied mathematics and software engineering.
Jesper PedersenCOO & founderAcoustic engineer with substantial expertise in simulation and virtual prototyping.
Gunnar P. HaukssonCCO & CO-FOUNDEROver a decade experience in sales- and marketing management, entrepreneurship and business development.
Ingimar AndersenCTO & CO-FOUNDERExpert full stack software developer with significant experience in AEC software development.
Guðrún ÓskarsdóttirLead audio engineerAcoustic engineer with substantial experience in spatial audio and signal processing.
Kristján EinarssonCMOMSc in marketing. Extensive experience in managing marketing efforts in the IT sector. Skilled in CRM optimization for sales and marketing.
Jón StefánssonSr. Software engineerOver a decade experience as a software engineer for the biggest IT companies in Iceland. Knowledgeable in everything that comes to software development.
Dr. Alessia MiloAudio VR specialistPhD in soundscape perception. Experienced in computational design, virtual acoustics, 3D modeling and audio visualization.
Dr. Matthias CosnefroySimulation specialistPhD in acoustics with a broad experience in wave-based numerical methods, signal processing and measurements.
Steinar GuðjónssonAcoustic engineerAcoustic engineer with substantial experience in FEM simulations and product development.
Úlfur EinarssonSoftware developerFull stack web developer with a BS in Computer Science. Background in creative design and music.
Sébastien NouatSoftware engineerBackend software developer fluent in high- and low-level languages.
Jóhannes EinarssonDSP engineerAcoustic Engineer MSc with substantial experience in software development and Digital Signal Processing.
Díana RúnarsdóttirExecutive AssistantBSc in Business Administration with focus on management from the University of Iceland.
Róberta AndersenSoftware developerSoftware specialist with a BSc in Computer Science. Skilled in full-stack programming, CI/CD pipelines and general software design.
Dr. Sölvi ÞrastarsonSimulation specialistPhD in seismology and wave physics. Experience in wave-based numerical methods and optimization.
Dr. Haukur HafsteinssonSimulation specialistPhD in computational fluid dynamics and aeroacoustics. Experience from the aerospace and automotive industry as well as the built environment.
Áslaug GísladóttirUX web developerBSc in Computer Science, specialised in user experience excellence.
Ragna ÓlafsdóttirSoftware DeveloperBSc in Computer Science, specialised in backend development.
Bjarni Grétar IngólfssonSoftware developerFull stack web developer with a BSc in Software Engineering
Sophia Julia FerianiPhD fellowBuilding engineer currently conducting in collaboration with Treble Technologies a PhD project on Environmental Noise Prediction for Urban Planning.
Jonas KarlbergPhD fellowPhD student in Virtual Acoustics with experience in room acoustic design, spatial audio and sound design. The PhD project will investigate the perceptual aspects of Virtual Acoustics.
Satish BonthuPhD fellowM.Tech in Engineering Mechanics. CFD specialist with more than a decade experience in Aeroacoustic, Flow and Thermal simulations.
Erin DriscollPhD fellowPhD student in electrical engineering studying partial coherence properties of sound and its applications in acoustics and spatial audio signal processing.
Treble scientific advisory board
Dr. Jan S. HesthavenProfessor, Chair of Computational Mathematics & Simulation Science, EPFL.Expertise in mathematical and computational modeling of complex systems, computational mathematics and physics, and the use of machine learning in engineering applications.
Dr. Cheol-Ho JeongAssociate professor, Acoustic Technology, DTU.Expertise in architectural acoustics, acoustic simulation, acoustic material characterization and modelling, acoustic measurements, and multi-sensory perception.
Dr. Allan P. Engsig-KarupAssociate professor, Scientific Computing, DTU.Expertise in modern scientific computing methods, advanced computing applications for engineering and high-performance computing for industrial scale applications. Co-founder of DTU’s GPUlab and research engineering director in the private sector.
Dr. Rúnar UnnþórssonProfessor, Ind. Engineering, Mech. Engineering and Computer Science, Uni. Iceland.Expertise in acoustics, 3D audio, audio-tactile stimulation, performance engineering and human-computer interaction.
Dr. Jean-Marc JotSpatial audio and music technology innovatorGlobally recognized audio technology innovator in consumer electronics and pro markets. Accomplished initiative and organization executive spanning scientific research, IP protection, product development, team building.
Treble board of directors
Jesper PedersenCOO, co-founder and chairman of the board.
Haukur OddssonOver 20-year management experience at highest level within the Icelandic financial industry. CEO at Borgun ehf from 2007-2017. A long track-record of board-membership and mentoring in smaller tech businesses and startups.
Dr. Jakob Strømann-AndersenPartner and director of innovation at Henning Larsen Architects, a globally recognized voice in the AEC industry, particularly within sustainable building design and digitalization
Sigþór SigmarssonDirector at Novator and private investor.20 year experience in finance, including banking, treasury, private equity and VC. Educated as Electrical engineer and focused on investments in the field of telecoms, tech and biotech.
Partly funded by
This project has received funding from the Icelandic Technology Development Fund and the Eurostars-2 Joint Programme with co-funding from the European Union's Horizon 2022 research and innovation programme