08 Jun i2k Connect Names Eric Schoen Director of Engineering
June 8, 2015
i2k Connect LLC, builder of AI-based technology that transforms unstructured documents into structured data enriched with subject matter expert knowledge, has named Eric J. Schoen as its new Director of Engineering. Dr. Schoen, who had been Chief Software Architect at Schlumberger, will have overall responsibility for i2k Connect’s product suite.
[HOUSTON, TX, June 8, 2015] “Eric Schoen’s arrival will strengthen and accelerate our product development,” noted Reid G. Smith, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of i2k Connect LLC. “Eric’s extensive experience with enterprise-scale software development will greatly benefit i2k Connect. Furthermore, his comprehensive understanding of the software and information needs of the oil & gas industry will enhance the ability of i2k Connect to serve our clients in this sector.”
Before joining i2k Connect, Dr. Schoen spent over 30 years at Schlumberger, in both research and engineering functions, most recently as its Chief Software Architect. At Schlumberger, he contributed to a broad range of software, from the company’s early pioneering efforts to leverage knowledge-based systems, its GeoFrame and Ocean platforms for reservoir characterization, its software quality processes, and its strategies for enterprise-scale architecture for data acquisition, transmission, processing, and delivery.
Dr. Schoen has B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence), all from Stanford University.
Eric and his family live in Houston, Texas.
About i2k Connect
i2k Connect is an AI technology company that transforms unstructured documents into structured data enriched with subject matter expert knowledge. The i2k Enrichment Suite selects, structures, and delivers key information needed by businesses to keep up to date, answer questions, and solve problems.