Automation software: Data acquisition, Instrument integration, Image and Data Analysis, Database Design, and Instrument Buying Consultancy
We are excited and privileged to push forward cutting-edge science by providing outstanding engineering services for all Weizmann Institute scientists
Design mechanical prototypes of versatile laboratory instruments and provide solutions to technical problems.
Produce custom-made instruments, assemblies and machines with conventional machining and 3D printers.
Produce complex parts following a coded programmed instruction using first-class CNC machines.
Repair and maintain laboratory equipment.
Provide high precision welding and soldering solutions for complex parts in vacuum systems.
Design and manufacture prototype tool or repair existing tools and systems using glass equipment.
Design and build custom electronics and software for data acquisition and experiment control systems.
Numerical simulation, advanced physical modelling; algorithm design; data analysis; digital image processing; Computerized instrument control and design of user interfaces; laboratory automation in small and large scale.
Operation & maintenance AMS accelerator, assembly and maintenance of ion-sources, design, assembly and maintenance of experimental facilities and of high & ultrahigh vacuum systems.
Part-time consultation on the design of experimental systems, including production of 3-D drawings, determination and requisition of required materials and components.
Supply of liquid Helium and liquid N2
Produce detectors for the ATLAS projects.
Provide assistance in all astronomical aspects.
Lasers repair, laser alignment, optical cleaning, and preventative maintenance.
Projects & updates
Date:June 2, 2021Instrument Design Unit
ATLAS TGC and sTGC, Department of Particle Physics and Astrophysics for Prof. Giora Mikenberg
Designer: Benjamin Pasmantirer
TGC (Thin Gap Chamber) and sTGC (small-strip TGC) we designed, Under the leadership of Prof. Giora Mikenberg, are detectors in the ATLAS experiment at CERN made,...
Date:August 9, 2021 to August 9, 2022Instrument Design Unit
M.E. Probe II, Department of Chemical & Biological Physics for Prof. Oren Tal
Designer: Lilia Goffer
M.E. Probe II, we designed, under the leadership of Prof. Oren Tal, to allow mechanically controllable break junction at cryogenic temperature.
This technique is used to analyze...
Date:August 9, 2021Instrument Design Unit
Synchrotron Ice Box, Department of Molecular Chemistry and Materials Science for Prof. Leslie Leiserowitz
Designer: Lilia Goffer
The synchrotron Ice Box we designed, under the leadership of Prof. Leslie Leiserowitz, allows it to investigate the phenomenon of ice nucleation from super cooled water, which...