Valerian Advonin is the Managing Director of AI Research and Development at P&C Global with over 20 years of experience in technology research and development including artificial intelligence, data science, and natural language processing.
Valerian’s academic background is equally impressive, having obtained his degrees from top universities in Russia and Germany. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from Moscow State University and a Master’s degree in Quantum Science and Technology from the Technical University of Munich.
Throughout his career, Valerian has held various leadership positions with Google, IBM, and Microsoft. He has led successful AI initiatives that have driven business growth and profitability for his clients. His expertise and innovative ideas have established him as a trusted advisor to senior executives and boards of directors.
At P&C Global, Valerian continues to make significant contributions to the field of AI. His impact on the industry is evident in the notable projects and innovations he has contributed to, including cutting-edge AI systems that have revolutionized our clients’ businesses across multiple industries including financial services, transportation and logistics, and luxury retail.
Valerian is also a frequent presenter at client events, their boards of directors’ meetings, and various client industry roundtables. His publications and speaking engagements showcase his expertise and thought leadership in the field of artificial intelligence and enterprise technologies.
When he’s not working, Valerian enjoys deep sea diving, a good chess match, being the pastry chef for family gatherings, and spending time with his wife and their daughters. He is also an active supporter of various charitable organizations and is committed to making a positive impact in his community.
Valerian’s philosophy on AI research and development can be summed up in his own words: “AI has the power to transform the way we live and work, but it must be developed responsibly and ethically. We must always prioritize the human element in our AI initiatives, and ensure that our technology is designed to serve humanity, not the other way around.”
Senior Research Scientist,
Product Data Scientist,
Multimodal and Large Language Models
Technical University of Munich
Master of Science,
Quantum Science and Technology
Moscow State University
Bachelor of Science,