About Atomic Mechanics
Atomic Mechanics is a limited company based in Manchester, founded in 2017. It has been created to design, manufacture and commercialise a range of sensor and actuator devices based on a patented graphene-based technology.
Atomic Mechanics is currently working in close partnership with the National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester to develop its first two products; a robust pressure sensors and a transparent flexible touch interface.
These products are manufactured using state of the are clean-room facilities using 2d material fabrication technology and the Atomic Mechanics core know-how of graphene-polymer films.
Dr. Christian Berger
Pioneering work on graphene-polymer MEMS
Filed two patents
Knowledge of MEMS design, clean-room fabrication and sensor testing
PhD in Graphene-based sensors from the University of Manchester
Professional experience as Research Scientist at Merck Chemicals, Chilworth
Published 3 papers on Graphene MEMS
Second academic founder
Scientific advice and consultancy
Leader of the Nanofunctional Materials Group in the National Graphene Institute.
Research in graphene and 2-dimensional materials, particularly sensors.
Senior post-doctoral research associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
PhD (2006) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Published over 65 papers in international peer reviewed journals.
Dr. Aravind Vijayaraghavan
Lead Electronics Engineer
Pioneering work on electronics driving graphene MEMS
PhD in graphene-based sensors from the University of Manchester
6 years experience in analogue and digital electronics and embedded electronics.
7 years experience in software development and data aquisition
Author of book on Graphene and Carbon-nanomaterials
Director representing The University of Manchester.
CEO of Graphene Enabled Systems Ltd.
Previously Managing director at power-equipment manufacturer Socomec SAS
14 years with ICI plc’s Imagedata business, 8 of these as Global VP of Sales and Marketing.
Successfully brought to market a host of new technologies such as 3-dimensional industrial decoration system, high-performance thermally stabilised films for electronics industry and digital imaging consumables and hardware.