Vegard Wollan, CEO and MyWo cofounder. Prior to establishing MyWo, he was the Vice President and General Manager of the Microcontroller and Touch Business Units at Atmel Corporation, where he over a period of 20 years built the business exceeding $1B in annual revenue. He was part of Atmel’s Corporate Executive team from 2006 to 2016.
Dr. Gaute Myklebust, CTO and MyWo cofounder, holds a PhD in Computer Architecture. Before establishing MyWo, he served multiple positions in Atmel Corporation in the period 1996-2016, finally as Vice President in the CTO office.
Trond Jarle Pedersen, Principal Engineer, holds an MSc. in Analog Design. Before joining MyWo, he worked 10 years at Atmel as system architect where he developed analog systems for microcontrollers and touchscreen devices. He has more than 30 filed and granted international patents.
Kai Kristian Amundsen, Principal Engineer, holds an MSc. in Computer Science. He has 12 years’ experience from Atmel where he led the development of multiple microcontroller and touchscreen devices, with several of them going into mass production in the first revision.
Steinar Haugen, Design Engineer, is an educated technician in electronics. He has a long and wide experience in electronics, firmware development and embedded system design. Prior to joining MyWo, he worked 10 years at Atmel with design, test and validation of AVR Microcontrollers.

Roy Vegsundvåg, Senior Design Engineer, holds an MSc. in Mixed Signal and Analog Design. He has 12 years of experience from Atmel within product maintenance and backend support, design of microcontrollers and design of touchscreen controllers.

Steinar Myren, Senior Test Engineer, holds a BSc. in Electrical Engineering. Prior to joining MyWo, he worked 15 years at Atmel where he worked on microcontroller production and test before moving on to R&D. He has several filed and granted international patents.

Ingebrigt Hole, Senior Test Engineer, holds an MSc. in Inorganic Chemistry. Prior to joining MyWo, he has 10 years of experience from Atmel and Microchip, developing production test solutions for touchscreen controllers.