Dr. Carl Thiede
Managing Director, Founder
Carl spent 7 years at the Technical University of Berlin as an expert in mechatronic systems. As part of the University’s Mechanical Engineering Department, he was responsible for medical device engineering industrial projects. He later became responsible for pressure tolerant systems developments used in underwater robots. In 2011, Carl received his PhD on pressure tolerant applications in underwater robots. Since 2020 he is Managing Director of Kraken Power together with Greg Reid.
Mr. Reid is the Chief Operating Officer of Kraken, after 4 years as Kraken’s CFO. Mr. Reid is a seasoned executive with over twenty years of finance, investment, and business development experience, predominantly focused on the technology sector. Mr. Reid was a founding partner of Wellington West Capital Markets Inc. and led the technology and clean technology research and then investment banking efforts until the sale of Wellington West Capital Inc. to National Bank Financial in 2011. Mr. Reid is a Charted Professional Accountant, Chartered Accountant, (CPA, CA) and Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
After her successful study of business and administration Katharina started as an assistant to the management at a VR-Bank in Germany. In 2008 she moved to a large tourism company in the position of deputy head of controlling. In this position, the supervision is responsible for a turnover of 300 million euros per year and cost monitoring of approximately 80 employees and about 50 travel agents. In 2016 she moved to an architect and engineering office in Rostock. There she headed the controlling department. Since March of 2018 she is a part of the success story of Kraken Power GmbH.
Director Communications and HR
Bianca worked at a bank before she went to Rostock to study English and American Studies at the Rostock University. Afterwards she worked at the Biomechanics and Implant Technology Research Laboratory (Forbiomit), which belongs to the University of Rostock. Subsequently she worked at the University Eye Department and the AKM Graal-Müritz before she went to be part of the Kraken family.
Eva worked a long time at the educational sector and expanded her skills with a degree as mediator and communications expert. In 2012, she was responsible for the technical documentation and marketing at ENITECH in Rostock, Germany. In 2017, she became CEO of Kraken Power, a company with an investment from Kraken Sonar System Inc., seated in Canada. She stepped back in January 2020 and is now responsible for the move to the new facility in Rostock and the funding at Kraken Power.