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OUR VISION:

The only "chemoselective" sense of human kind is the sense of smell. Through this sense we are able to perceive taste, aroma, and hazardous substances, such as hydrogen sulfide. Unfortunately, this sense is evolutionarily hampered for human beings compared to animals like dogs, for instance. Also from a technological perspective there is no sensitive and selective "electronic nose" available, yet. Therefore, we strive to provide a novel sensor technology based on ambient mass spectrometry which does not only improve the utilization in traditional laboratory environments, but also enables the transfer of this kind of sensor technology to industrial process control, forensics, security technology (drugs, explosives, etc.) and the medical "point of care" diagnostics.

OUR SALES NETWORK:

SALES & SERVICE PARTNER: 

We continuously extend our sales network and already have established cooperations with several sales companies across the world to ensure service quality and on site support.
Please feel free to contact us directly with any kind of question!  
Axel Semrau 
Axel Semrau 
Axel Semrau 
Axel Semrau 
Axel Semrau 
Axel Semrau 
KR Analytical
KR Analytical
AMR Inc.
Euroscience
Coming soon 
Coming soon

OUR TEAM:

Dr. Jan-Christoph Wolf
Executive Director

 

Jan holds a master's degree in chemistry from the Technical University of Munich. He specialized in organic and analytical chemistry and took a doctoral degree (Ph.D.) at the Department of Analytical Chemistry headed by Professor Reinhard Niessner. During this time he gained extensive knowledge in aerosol chemistry, instrument / method development, and the area of ​​classical analysis, particularly in mass spectrometry. Besides, he independently conducted commissioned analyses for various industrial partners. After graduation, Jan conducted a postdoctoral research at ETH Zurich (Switzerland) with Prof. Renato Zenobi and became a leading expert in the field of new ionization methods for mass spectrometry, so-called "ambient" ionization. ​

Dr. Thomas Wolf
Executive Director

 

Thomas holds a diploma in business administration from the University of Augsburg. He specialized in finance and information management and took a doctoral degree (Ph.D) at the Department of Information Systems and Sustainable IT Management headed by Professor Gilbert Fridgen at the University of Bayreuth. During this time he worked for the Fraunhofer FIT conducting several projects with different business partners like Metafinanz or Deutsche Bank. After graduation he worked several years for McKinsey & Company leading engagements in various industries like advanced industries, automotive & assembly, or global energy and materials.​

Dr. Klaus Wutz
Project Manager

 

Klaus​ as well holds a master's degree in chemistry from the Technical University of Munich. He also specialized in organic and analytical chemistry and took a doctoral degree (Ph.D.) at the Department of Analytical Chemistry headed by Professor Reinhard Niessner. During this time he gained project experience at the interface between university and commercial research, by developing residue analysis methods for the food industry. After graduation and a postgraduate training in Life Science Management Klaus worked for the Robert Bosch GmbH searching for novel biosensors to be used in point of care diagnostics and food control.

Dr. Christine Merkert
Marketing & Sales Manager

 

Christine holds a diploma in chemistry from the Technical University of Kaiserslautern. She specialized in Physical Chemistry and took a doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in Physical Chemistry by Professor Gereon Niedner-Schatteburg. During this time she gained experience in Mass Spectrometry and  IRMPD Spectroscopy. After graduation she worked several years for Advion as a marketing specialist.​

Markus Weber
Research Assistant

 

Markus earned his master's degree in chemistry at the Technical University of Munich. He specialized in organic and analytical chemistry with focus on instrument development. Currently, he is working for Plasmion in context of research and application development. In parallel, he is doing his doctorate with Prof. Dr. Christoph Haisch at the Chair of Analytical Chemistry of the Technical University of Munich. ​

Florian Kromer  
Software Developer

 

Florian earned his master's degree in Microsystems Engineering at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg.

After graduation he gained experience in software development for embedded systems in the domain of process automation and robotic systems.

Rebecca Feller 
Assistant to Executive Director

 

Rebecca holds the first state examination in German studies at the University of Augsburg. After 1.5 years as a teacher, she gained experience in HR at iSYS RTS in Munich. She is currently studying part-time Business Psychology. ​

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