We are spin-off from MaxIV and the European Spallation Source accelerator laboratories in Lund, Sweden.
We have over forty years of combined experience working at big science facilities.
Our expertise covers a wide spectrum of fields from electronics design, RF engineering, renewable energy, ultra-high vacuum technology to software programming, cloud computing, machine learning, and web application design.
Georg Hulla Ph.D
Georg Hulla is one of the Co-founders of BL Monitor & Control AB and currently works at ESS in Lund.
He has obtained his PhD in applied physics from the Vienna University of Technology for work related to dynamic vacuum effects in the LHC (CERN) in 2008.
Between 2009-2013 he was responsible for the design, procurement, installation and testing of the vacuum system of MedAustron, a hadron therapy center built in Austria in collaboration with CERN.
In 2013 he started at ESS as vacuum systems engineer and was later responsible for in-kind coordination of NCL systems from Italy, France and Spain.
Between 2017-2019 he did an executive Master in Business Administration at the EFL Business School in Lund/Sweden.
David McGinnis Ph.D
David McGinnis is one of the Co-founders of BL Monitor & Control AB and currently works at MaxIV in Lund.
He has obtained his PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison for work in superconducting millimeter-wave devices.
Between 1988-2011 he worked at Fermi National Laboratory specializing in the stochastic cooling of anti-protons. He was made a fellow in the American Physical Society for his contributions to the field of particle accelerators
From 2011-2018 he worked at ESS as the RF group leader and chief engineer for the ESS Linac.
In 2018 he started work at Max IV laboratory as the RF group leader. He developed the Mode-0 beam stabilization system based on the Blinky-Lite control platform which led to the doubling of the MaxIV beam intensity.