Prof. Dr. Víctor Cerdà
Scientific director.
Head and founder of the company.
Víctor Cerdà
Prof. Cerdà leads the Laboratory of Analytical and Environmental Chemistry in the University of the Balearic Islands, and the group of Analytical Chemistry, Automation and Environment since 1984. His main line of research has been focused in the development of automated methodologies of analysis based on flow techniques and their application to the determination of parameters of environmental interest. Editor, author and coauthor of more than a tenth of books, more than fifteen chapters and ca 500 research articles in international journals.  He has supervised more than 30 doctoral theses and has been the principal researcher of more than 25 research projects.
Dr. Jessica Avivar
I+D department.
Methods developer.
Dr. Jessica Avivar
Dr. Avivar developed her thesis in the group of Analytical Chemistry, Automation and Environment of the University of the Balearic Island focused in the development of automated approaches for radionuclides environmental monitoring. Dr. Avivar has published more than 10 research articles in international journals and has presented more than 20 contributions in international conferences related with the environment, automation and radioactivity. Now is researcher at the spin-off Sciware Systems, S.L. with the state program Torres Quevedo (PTQ-12) from the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.

Dr. Laura Ferrer
Sales and marketing department
Methods developer.

Dr. Laura Ferrer
PhD in Biological Sciences from the Southern National University (Argentina) and second PhD in Chemical Science and Technology from the University of the Balearic Islands. Author of four book chapters related with environmental monitoring. Dr. Ferrer has published more than 30 research articles and presented more than 70 contributions in international conferences related with the environment, automation and radioactivity. Dr Ferrer is also head of the Laboratory of Environmental Radioactivity (LaboRA).
Albert Cerdà
Administrator.
Albert Cerdà