Basel Precision Instruments
Low-Noise Ultra-Stable Electronics for Cutting-Edge R&D
Welcome to Basel Precision Instruments! We develop ultra-low-noise precision laboratory and scientific electronics for applications requiring ultra-high sensitivity, such as low-temperature physics and quantum technology. Our vision is to provide key instrumentation for the quantum revolution.
Who We Are
Dr Parisa Fallahi
Cofounder and CEO
Parisa's exciting four years of experience as a product manager in a small high tech company inspired her to join Basel Precision Instruments to combine her newly found passion in business management with her roots in low-temperature physics. Parisa's drive, creativity, and broad technical and business experience are critical to the success of Basel Precision Instruments.
Prof Dominik Zumbühl
Dominik and his team at the University of Basel have inspired Basel Precision Instruments' novel ultra-low noise technologies. Our early products are a spin-off of Dominik's research lab. As a co-founder and advisor, Dominik's expertise in low-temperature quantum physics and collaboration with his talented and motivated research team continues to be a valuable asset for Basel Precision Instruments.
Michael is an outstanding designer of analog and digital electronics. He and his team at the Electronics Laboratory at the University of Basel Physics Department have developed over 450 electronic laboratory devices. He is the co-inventor of Basel Precision Instruments' unique technologies. His vast technical know-how, great attention to detail, and enthusiasm to train and teach the younger generation of electronic designers are of immense value to Basel Precision Instruments.
We are excited to have Davide as part of the Basel Precision Instruments team since August 2019. He brings with him several years of valuable experience in developing prototype electronics for research applications. He has resumed responsibility for setting up our new production line with increased production capacity and reduced delivery times.