Voxalytic GmbH 

Karlsruhe, Germany


Voxalyticâ„¢ produces innovative sensors, transformers and coils with high precision in the micrometer to millimeter range suited for nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and power electronics applications as well as high-precision customized probes for complex measurement setups (e.g fluids, optics, high-precision MRI) .

The company also offers engineering services to develop together with customers specific coil-based solutions in applications ranging from RFID, testing equipment or consumer electronics.

Voxalytic produces the world's smallest solenoid microcoils which are used as basis for our products and for individual customization Services.

The company facilities are located at KIT-Campus North, thus being integrated in a vivid research environment. Two of the three co-founders hold professorships for microsystem technology.

  • Type: Non-academic
  • Country: Germany
  • Dept/Lab: Department of Research and Development
  • Scientist in charge: Prof. Ulrike Wallrabe
  • Team: Prof. Ulrike Wallrabe, Dr. Ali Moazenzadeh, Dr. Joerg Funk

Rosengarten 3
76228 Karlsruhe

Contact: Ulrike Wallrabe , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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  • Phone: +34 935 812 085

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