Born in San Francisco, Jules Bamberger, a graduate of Sonoma State University, was invited to do his post graduation work in Mulheim Germany at Stabsabteilung Forschung und Entwicklung. He apprenticed under the guidance of the famed eccentric, Professor Ingo Doering, PhD.

Herr Doering died in a fierce laboratory explosion while experimenting with a new secret chemical process. To this day nobody really knows what he was doing. Fortunately, Jules was not close enough to be injured.

As part of the original Silicon Valley phenomena, Jules developed Atlas Robotics and worked for now famous computer and Internet companies.

When not engaged with his robot work, Jules enjoys a rural lifestyle raising sheep, goats, chickens, dogs, and cats. He also tends a small vineyard and olive grove.


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