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Product Development

David Tomecek

David holds a PhD degree in Technical cybernetics from the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague. He has 10-year experience in the field of gas sensors (detection of explosive taggants, air pollutants and hydrogen) and his current role in Insplorion is the development of H2 sensors. 

Sales – Instruments

Radmila Batinic

Radmila Batinic has a long B2B sales experience in multiple industries. She has a great interest in strategy, customer relations, innovative products and value-creating services. Radmila is responsible for the global sales for our M8 instrument. Her last assignment was in the dental industry where she was responsible for the international business. Working together with surgeons, students and distributors

Product Development

Umair Javed

Umair has an M.Sc. in Electronic Engineering, with specialization in Electronic Design from Mid Sweden University Sundsvall. His previous experiences have been within sensors, Position Sensitive Detectors (PSD), micro pumps, converters and in the field of alternative energy sources. Currently he is involved in the technical development of Insplorion’s gas sensors.

Product Development

Martin Sech

Martin has an MSc in nanotechnology from Chalmers University of Technology and has previous experience with analytical laboratory work. His current work involves the technical development of Insplorion’s gas sensors.

Sensor Development

Saima Zaman

Saima holds a Ph.D degree in Physical Electronics and Nanotechnology from Linköping University and has prior experience in the fabrication of nanostructure-based sensors and optoelectronic devices. Her current role at Insplorion is the fabrication and development of NPS sensors.

Sensor Development

Irem Tanyeli

Irem has a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands and a M.Sc. in Physics from the Middle East Technical University in Turkey. Her research projects have been mainly on nanostructuring metal surfaces by various techniques and using these structures in different applications, such as solar cells, and photoelectrochemical water splitting. She has most recently been a researcher at the Department of Physics at Chalmers University of Technology and worked on the Air Quality project in collaboration with Insplorion. Her current role at Insplorion is within research and development of Insplorion’s gas sensors.

Sales – Gas sensors

David Nilebo

David holds an MSc in Applied Physics, with specialization in material science, at Chalmers University of Technology. His main tasks are within Sensor Systems development. He has prior experience from working with Insplorion´s instrument systems at Chalmers.

Business Development

Martina Wennesjö

Martina has a background in business administration from the School of Gothenburg Business, Economics and Law at Gothenburg University. Her professional experience is within R&D at the Swedish Environmental Research Institute to bridge the gap between innovations and market needs. This has given extensive understanding of analyzing market trends, investigating customer demand and business development. Her current work involves the business development and marketing of Insplorions H2 sensor.

CFO and IR

Per Giljam

Per has a Master of Science in Business and Economics, from School of Business, Economics and Law in Gothenburg. Per has a broad experience in financial analysis, accounting and forecasting. In previous roles, Per has worked as Business Controller at Vitrolife and as auditor at PwC. At Insplorion, Per is responsible for financial control, reporting and Investor Relations.


Olof Andersson

Olof holds a Ph.D. in Sensor Science from Linköping University and is responsible for the development of Insplorion’s scientific instruments. Olof has a M.Sc. in Microsystems and Biosensors and has prior experience from the development of research tools and analytical techniques.

Founder and CTO

Elin Langhammer

Elin has a Ph.D. in Materials Science from Chalmers University of Technology and a M.Sc. in Bioengineering from Linköping University of Technology. Elin is one of the inventors of Insplorion’s NPS technology. She is currently responsible for research and development at Insplorion. Elin has previously been a researcher at the Competence Centre for Catalysis at Chalmers University of Technology.


Johan Rask

Johan holds a M.Sc. in Industrial Economics and entrepreneurship from Chalmers University of Technology. He has worked in several different areas and has a broad profile. Among other things within Venture Capital, M&A Director at Mölnlycke Healthcare, Business area Director at Abigo (now Essity) and as Chief Strategy Officer at Timik Group AB. He also sits on the board of a couple of companies and has been active in his own company as a business consultant. He lives in Gothenburg with his wife and three children.

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Insplorion M8

Insplorion M8: 8-Channel Analyser displays an eight-channel readout for in situ studies of materials and processes occurring inside batteries.

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Insplorion Acoulyte

Combine optical spectroscopy with QCM-D. Simultaneous real time measurements with Nanoplasmonic Spectroscopy (NPS) and Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation monitoring (QCM-D).

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Insplorion XNano

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Insplorion X1

The Insplorion X1 instrument was developed to study for example gas adsorption/absorption processes or phase transitions (e.g. Tg) in thin polymer films and materials relevant to catalysis in situ and in real-time from ambient up to 600C.

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