Manjari joined Amadeus in 2021 and focuses on investments in the areas of machine learning, AI, robotics and quantum technologies.
Manjari has more than a decade of experience in the tough to commercialise University IP sector . Prior to Amadeus, Manjari worked at IP Group plc, where she managed technology investments from deal origination to exit, and was responsible for the trade sale of TheySay Ltd (emotional AI acquired by Aptean), secondary share sale exit in Concirrus Ltd (insurance tech), and sourcing and working with the founding team to build Quantum Motion Ltd (Quantum Computing in Silicon). Manjari created and led IP Group’s Quantum Technologies investment strategy and set-up an initial £12m accelerator fund that was run in exclusive partnership with Innovate UK.
Previously, Manjari was a Technology Transfer Manager at Oxford University Innovation Ltd responsible for commercialising university intellectual property. Prior to that she was a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Oxford. As part of her PhD, she also completed an Internship at Google (now Alphabet).
Manjari holds a PhD from the University of Oxford in Machine Learning and Autonomous Vehicles which she did on a Rhodes Scholarship and a bachelors in Electronics, Instrumentation and Computer Science Engineering from the University of Madras. She is fluent in English, Tamil, Hindi and beginners Japanese.
Meet Manjari at:
26th April 2023
Quantum.Tech Boston – Driving Quantum Adoption Across Global Enterprise
Manjari Chandran-Ramesh will be speaking at Quantum.Tech in Boston. Quantum technology adoption is skyrocketing with a particular interest in the potential impact quantum technologies could have on enterprises. Quantum.Tech aims to bust common myths and facilitate discussions with experts to understand the real-life use cases of quantum technologies.