Team

Dipl.-Ing. Ahmed Adel
Founder / CEO

holds a Master degree in Mechanical Engineering from Vienna University of Technology, specializing in advanced and alternative energy systems. The Master thesis was on the development and construction of a parabolic trough pilot plant. Mr. Adel is a holder of 2 patents in the field of the Concentrated Solar Power, and the inventor of SOLABOLIC technology. From 2006 to 2008 he was a project manager at Petromaint, a leading company of energy services and constructions in the Middle East. Later on he was responsible for the factory expansion project of Böhler Welding Group, including the installation of new production line in South East Asia, and the optimization of production processes in regards to the “Lean Manufacturing” philosophy. Mr. Adel worked as a research assistant at Vienna University of Technology, Institute for Energy Systems and Thermodynamics, where he was responsible for thermodynamic calculations and data acquisition systems. He founded SOLABOLIC in 2013, and since then he has been working full time on it.

Tel: +43 1 – 934 67 28

E-Mail: ahmed.adel@solabolic.com


Stefan Nolte, MA
studied Business Consultancy at the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt and at the Yonsei University in Seoul/ South Korea. He holds a Master of Arts in Business degree. After gaining first professional experience working in the Automotive industry for Volkswagen and Porsche in South America and Austria he focused his career on investment banking and corporate finance advisory. He spend several years in the area of business development and mergers & acquisitions (M&A) in Frankfurt/Germany as well as in Vienna/Austria. Through management and in-depth exposure to numerous M&A buy and sell side cross border transactions he gained significant insight to the challenges and drivers in the solar industry.



Mag. Immanuel Gfall
completed his master study in High Energy Physics while working full-time as a scientist at the Austrian Academy of Science. From 2009 to 2013 he was responsible for the mechanical development of a sub detector group and the development of a new cooling system for a large particle physics experiment located in Japan. He has spent several months in Japan and at CERN with research activities on cooling and mechanics. He managed a group of students and coordinated scientists from various countries and cultural backgrounds. By doing so, he gained first management experience before swapping to the private sector. At Frequentis AG, a company dedicated to provide communication systems for life-critical applications, he received project management training and held positions as project manager, service manager and requirements engineer working on a program with a governmental customer.