Prof. Juan Fernandez de la Mora
One of the founders of SEADM
Academy Professor, Yale University
SEADM was founded to develop and commercialize unique instrumentation for the detection and characterization of trace elements based upon the know-how of its technical consultant and co-founder Juan Fernandez de la Mora, Yale University Professor.
Superior technology is the key. We deliver a range of Differential Mobility Analyzers (DMA), which are unique IMS systems for combination with mass spectrometry or for stand-alone use and our Low Flow Secondary Electrospray Ion Source (LF-SESI), enabling you to turn your mass spectrometer into a powerful vapour analyzer just by a fraction of their cost.
We know that trace detection at progressively lower levels may become a challenge. SEADM analytical systems give you the unique opportunity to face and overcome it. Our customers are already getting a new edge in their research for a range of applications:
SEADM has the following resources:
- Personnel: 18 engineers.
- Laboratory: Installed in Fundación CARTIF facilities, Seadm laboratory covers a 250 m2 area, and includes Four Sciex Mass Spectromters: Qtrap3500, API5000, Qtrap5500 and TripleQuad5500 as well as a QStar XL Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer (shown in the Figure).