Start-up Stories

Unlock the Brain: TUM startup develops neurotechnology-based

When Philipp Zent and Valdislav Samoilov first met at the TUM entrepreneurs program Think.Make.Start, they quickly found common ground as passionate gamers and entrepreneurs. Their startup “Brainamics” could revolutionize the world of playtesting.

Philipp Zent is studying Management and Technology at the TUM School of Management and Vladislav Samoilov completed his master’s degree in theoretical particle physics at TUM in 2021. For the development of their business ideas they received the Start Award for the business idea with the greatest potential in the 2021 Think.Make.Start. program (TMS). Brainamics (prior Brainsight) became third in the TUM IDEAward 2021 at the end of November 2021. We looked behind the scenes and got the chance to ask Philipp a couple of questions.