Instrumems, headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley, develops, and manufactures sensing solutions based on an innovative nanowire platform. The patented nanosensor technology was initially developed at Princeton University. Our award-winning multi-sense solution provides the industry with a versatile platform to simultaneously measure flow, temperature, and velocity of liquids and gases.
Instrumems’ technology is deployed at leading industrial and medical device manufacturers for multi-parameter measurements. Our customers benefit from unique characteristics of our sensors including industry-leading response time, accuracy, small size, and
ultra-low-power consumption. Breakthrough thermal conductivity measurements powered by machine learning algorithms also enables our multi-sense platform to detect and measure concentration of gases in known environments.
Instrumems’ vision is to bring smart sensing solution to every device. The small size allows our sensors to be integrated into any device. The very high frequency response enables real-time applications and leads to extremely low power consumption, which is ideal for small battery operated devices.
We strive to develop innovative solutions coupled with powerful algorithms and software that put our sensor at the cutting edge of technology.
Founder and CEO
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 15 years of experience in engineering and product design and development from idea to execution.
VP, Business Development
Raj holds a a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, and MBA from Cornell University. He is an accomplished innovation and business leader with experience in a broad range of business roles including strategic marketing, business development and partnerships, venture investments.
Dr. Xingchen Shao joined Instrumems as a Mechanical Engineer following the appointment of postdoc researcher at UC Berkeley. At Instrumems, Xingchen works on prototyping the nanowire sensor into various customized systems and undertakes R&D study for the next generation sensor.
Dr. Carla Bahri holds a PhD in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University. Experienced in fluid mechanics, optimization and algorithms. At Instrumems, Carla is assisting in business support.
Advisory Board Member
George has over 25 years of experience as VC, Board Executive and Investment Banker funding & building tech companies. George led 34 financing rounds and PE control deals, raised over $250M equity financing and completed M&A transactions >$2B in value. George advises Instrumems on strategy and assists in business development and corporate partnerships.
Advisory Board Member
Lloyd Kaplan has over 35 years of operating experience, sales, marketing and commercializing new companies. Managing Partner of Pacific Global Consulting and former Co Founder of iSuppli Corporation. Lloyd advises Instrumems on strategy and assists in supply chain and corporate partnerships.
Ashish Shah holds an MSc in Microelectronics Design and has 20+ years of design, development, and management experience in RF IC, Wireless, and communication systems design. At Instrumems Ashish is focused on developing high-volume supply chain and project management.
R&D Test Engineer
Mehmet Kopru, Physicist. Worked in the space technology industry as an Environmental Test Engineer. At Instrumems, Mehmet is responsible for testing the sensors under harsh conditions per customers' requirements.
Aditya Chavan holds an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech. Aditya has experience creating Embedded Hardware Solutions. At Instrumems, Aditya leads the Electrical Engineering team to research novel solutions for interacting with next-gen MEMS sensors and integrating them into commercial products.
Noel Kim received B.S. and M.S. from University of Washington. Noel has experience in MEMS design and process development and is skilled in simulation driven design using FEA and CFM, product development, and root cause analysis. At Instrumems, Noel is responsible for ensuring that the sensors meet customers' requirements and researching new applications.
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 energy.
Cornelia S. Huellstrunk
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.