Noein: Mou Hitori no Kimi e, Tetsuwan Birdy Decode:02 Recommendations
Both Ohnogi, Hiroshi (Script) and Akane, Kazuki (Director) worked on these series. The stories are epic and have a futuristic feel to them. More Tetsuwan than Noein, though. You'll notice that the same animation style was used in both of these series' fight scenes from time to time as well. Escaflowne is also another done by those two.
Action, love and time jumping - what more could you want? Both these anime have epic love stories that cross time and space which of course involves actually jumping through time and space. Both have a fair amount of action, but still have a coherent plot - always nice. They also have a similar visual style, but Birdy luckily does not have the tacky CG effects like Noein.
Animes dealing with the present being influenced by societies with more advanced technology. In terms of human relations they are both relatable despite the incomprehensible settings, and deal with dark sides of the mind. I can honestly say I was deeply touched by the characters and at the same time tremendously excited by the stories and their unforeseeable plot-twists and turns. If you are willing to sit through the first season of Tetsuwan Birdy Decode, which is undoubtedly not as good as its sequel, chances are good you will not regret it, and likely quite the opposite.