Daniel Gutierrez joined Entanglement Technologies in 2023 as a Manufacturing Technician. Daniel has worked in the Bay Area for several years and most recently worked for Dexterity Robotics as a lead technician and supervisor. Daniel’s technical expertise in precision manufacturing and exceptional attention to detail are assets to the Entanglement Technologies manufacturing team.
Lonnie Leyden is an Optical Manufacturing Engineer at Entanglement Technologies. He has a wide range of manufacturing and engineering experience working with cutting-edge laser and optical systems for medical device companies, the U.S. Department of Defense, and consumer electronics industries. Lonnie’s experience in optical alignment and systems calibration makes him a great addition to our team.
In his role as an Inside Sales Specialist at Entanglement Technologies, Pedro Benavides identifies and connects with customers that could benefit from Entanglement Technologies’ flagship chemical detection platform, AROMA. Pedro has a background in social work, data analytics, and manufacturing production management. He is skilled at connecting clients with personalized solutions to address their organizational goals. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Montreat College and is passionate about issues surrounding air quality and the lived environment.
Aurelie Marcotte, Ph.D., is an experienced atmospheric chemist and analytical instrumentation specialist with a robust background in the design, implementation, and analysis of atmospheric chemistry and air quality research projects. Aurelie obtained a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Arizona State University, completing her postdoctoral training in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at Yale University and at the US EPA Office of Research and Development in North Carolina. Prior to joining Entanglement, Aurelie was a Mass Spectrometry Specialist at Waters Corporation where she worked with customers across various markets in the Southeast to achieve their analytical goals. Aurelie’s combined backgrounds in air quality and the implementation of high-value analytical solutions strongly supports her work in her role as Director of Sales and Business Development for the Entanglement Technologies team.
As an analytical chemist with a background in pioneering critical research and development efforts in cutting-edge technology manufacturing, Jake Margolis brings a passion for applying fundamental research to solve real world problems in his role as Applications Scientist at Entanglement Technologies. Leveraging his expertise in spectroscopic instrumentation, analytical systems, and energy storage products, Jake drives customer-focused innovations for the AROMA systems with a focus on solution implementation and customer satisfaction. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Southern Oregon University.
Michael Armen, Ph.D., is an expert in the design and construction of precision optical experiments with measurement sensitivities that reach the quantum limit. Prior to joining Entanglement, he conducted experimental and theoretical studies in the fields of quantum-nonlinear optics, atomic physics, and single-molecule microscopy. Michael has extensive experience with the construction of high-finesse optical cavities, performance laser systems, low-noise photodetectors, complex electro-optical assemblies, and high-speed electronic feedback components. At Entanglement,he leads the development of novel, integrated laser, photodetector, and ring-down cavity technologies.
Tony Miller, Ph.D., is a founding member of the Entanglement science team, bringing leadership, technical, and analytic skills to the company. He has a wide range of design experience ranging from residual gas analysis subsystems on fusion reactors to quantum noise limited magnetometers to ultra-fast laser based cancer detection technologies. Tony graduated summa cum laude in physics from Princeton University and completed his Ph.D. in applied physics at Stanford University. Tony is a Hertz Fellow.
Sergiy Pryadkin, Ph.D., is an expert in precision position control with deep background in scanning probe microscopy and nano-positioning. He has extensive experience with precision equipment design, debug and transfer to manufacturing. His physics background helps in mechanical design of sophisticated equipment. In the company he is responsible for mechanical design and manufacturability improvements.
In his role as physicist on the Entanglement science team, Nate Bogdanowicz, Ph.D., provides a diverse set of technical and analytical skills developed during his Ph.D. work in applied physics at Stanford University. He has experience developing complex systems for nonlinear optics and atomic physics that demand integration of optics, electronics, and software. Additionally, he made extensive contributions to the open source software community, particularly in the area of Python control of common laboratory equipment.