Spinflex technology originates from breakthroughs developed at Technion’s Magnetic Resonance Laboratory under the leadership of Professor Aharon Blank. Our company specializes in providing top-quality pulsed ESR products at competitive prices, accompanied by exceptional service standards. Our product range includes diverse upgrades capable of converting any CW ESR system into an advanced pulsed spectrometer. Additionally, we offer an educational kit designed for experimenting with spin-based quantum technology, a compact permanent magnet suitable for optical tables, as well as an array of ESR resonators and probeheads
To deliver state-of-the-art technology, solutions, and unparalleled service in the field of electron spin resonance, ensuring broad accessibility across scientific and industrial communities at all levels
Our goal is to collaborate with top researchers in the field, offering advanced equipment that is user-friendly and affordable. We are dedicated to addressing any inquiries or concerns and facilitating swift and convenient experimentation through our expert team.
Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) stands as a well-established spectroscopic method widely applied across scientific and industrial domains. It serves the purpose of detecting, identifying, and characterizing paramagnetic materials, offering a complementary approach to nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) which isn’t well-suited for such materials. ESR finds diverse applications such as deciphering the structures of large biological molecules, characterizing defects and dopants in semiconductor materials, and investigating chemical reactions involving paramagnetic intermediates.
Moreover, ESR serves as a valuable tool in emerging fields like quantum sensing and quantum computing. Traditional ESR systems operate in Continuous Wave (CW) mode. However, contemporary ESR spectroscopy increasingly incorporates Pulsed ESR, providing complementary insights in molecular and materials research compared to CW ESR methods.
Performed various roles as a systems and hardware engineer in several companies, led engineering teams in multidisciplinary projects. Currently, CTO and Chief Systems Engineer on the development team of spinflex.
Professor at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and heads its Magnetic Resonance Laboratory. Develops a variety of new methodologies in the field of magnetic resonance and applies them to new areas in science and technology. Serves as spinflex’s Chief Scientific Advisor and heads its development team.
Bsc. electrical engineering,
Msc. Biomedical engineering.
Has engineering and business experience in a number of different companies and initiatives.
Bsc. electrical engineering,
Rich experience in integration processes for multidisciplinary systems, electrical testing and analog circuit design.
Management of the company’s budgets and arrangement of payments to suppliers, customers and employees