Instrumems Inc. was founded by Prof. Marcus Hultmark and Dr. Gilad Arwatz in 2016. The company was founded to commercialize a new sensing technology capable of measuring velocity, temperature, and humidity of gaseous and fluid flows. The technology was originally developed and extensively validated at Princeton University. Instrumems sensors have the potential to replace traditional sensors in current applications as well to enable a broad range of new sensor-driven applications. Instrumems is currently headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley in Los Altos, California.
Dr. Marcus Hultmark is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University. His research interests include a variety of problems related to fluid mechanics, with focus on problems involving turbulence, such as heat and mass transfer as well as drag reduction and wind firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Gilad Arwatz holds a PhD in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University. Prior to founding Instrumems, Gilad founded other startups. Gilad has over 10 years of experience in engineering and product design and development from idea to email@example.com
Dr. Nena Golubovic is a director of physical sciences at the IP Group. Nena has experience developing micro technology solutions for automotive, consumer and healthcare segments. Nena spent the past 15 years developing innovative solutions for design and mass production.Nena.firstname.lastname@example.org
Cornelia Huellstrunk serves as the Executive Director of the Keller Center at Princeton University. Prior to joining Princeton University, Cornelia worked with Texas Instruments’ semiconductor business for over 12 years. Prior to joining the microcontroller division at Texas Instruments, she worked in various TI businesses and locations worldwide including London, Nice and Munich.email@example.com
James holds an MS in electrical engineer and has 15+ years of experience in system development, with specialties in analog, mixed-signal, and embedded design. At Instrumems, he leads the engineering team in developing solutions to interface with the nano-wires firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey Diament is a mechanical engineer with extensive experience integrating nano-wires onto small UAVs. At Instrumems, he serves as a technical liaison to customers interested in integrating nano-wires into their email@example.com