BROOKLYN, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nanotronics, developer of nSpec®, the world’s most advanced robotic microscope for industrial inspection, today announced the appointment Alice Globus as Chief Financial Officer. Effective immediately, Globus will report to Matthew Putman, chief executive officer.
“As our business continues to evolve and grow, strategic hires that support this rapid growth are of the utmost priority,” said Matthew Putman, CEO. “Alice’s background in both physics and finance provides her with a distinct insight into the future of markets and economies shaping the industry, making her the ideal financial leader for Nanotronics.”
Alice has over a decade of experience in the finance industry. Prior to Nanotronics, she held the positions of Partner, Chief Financial Officer & Investment Committee Chair for Globus Growth, a family office focused on innovative seed-stage companies ranging across sectors such as healthcare, semiconductor, FinTech, eSports, clean energy, and data analytics. She has significant experience in IPO's, mergers & acquisitions, divestitures, and restructuring as well as strategic business planning, investment strategy, and impact investing.
“This is an incredibly exciting time to be at the forefront of the science and technology space,” said Alice Globus. “I’m eager to use my experience to help Matthew shape progress for the industry.”
Alice received a B.A. in Physics from Wells College and has conducted research via the National Science Foundation at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile, the American Museum of Natural History, Princeton University, and Columbia University. She is a current member and former Board Member of the Financial Women’s Association.
Nanotronics is an advanced machines and intelligence company that helps customers across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors solve for the unique inspection and process control challenges of precision manufacturing.
A leading developer of optical inspection tools for the semiconductor industry, Nanotronics uses hardware and software to provide industrial-scale, high-throughput, super imaging systems. Deployed across fifteen countries and industry agnostic, Nanotronics works with leading-edge companies, from aerospace, to electronics, to healthcare, to drive up yield, reduce footprint and waste, lower costs, and speed up design iteration, while eliminating laborious manual inspections.
To learn more visit https://nanotronics.co.