Metamagnetics is revolutionizing wireless and microwave system design and deployment. We’ve developed next-generation materials and have perfected the integration of them into the RF and microwave components you need to overcome front-end power and noise interference challenges like never before. Our products are designed to enhance the performance and effectiveness of mission-critical radar, communication and power supply systems, and our #1 goal is to help you gain the efficiency and performance you need, while also achieving the size, weight and power, and the total cost (SWaP-C) of your current and future security, surveillance and communication systems.
All of our materials and devices are manufactured domestically for value-added security.
Our core team includes engineers and scientists with extensive knowledge of electromagnetism, material science, and quantum physics — specifically as these disciplines relate to RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave signal transmission and processing. This knowledge has allowed us to infuse innovation into a mature field of high frequency magnetics.
Anton Geiler is the President of Metamagnetics Inc. Anton is leading a capable and motivated team that has established an adaptive yet rigorous process of advancing technology from research to prototype to product while systematically addressing development, productization, manufacturing, and sales and marketing challenges. This approach has resulted in the successful launch of two new product lines, the tripling of Company revenue over the past 5 years and an accelerated growth forecast for the next 5 years.
Anton earned his Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University. He has published over 60 papers on advanced magnetic materials and microwave devices that have been cited well over 1,000 times by his peers. Anton is an Adjunct Professor position with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is an active member of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTTS), serving on the Executive Committee of the MTTS Boston Chapter and the Steering Committee of the International Microwave Symposium 2019, and having served as Chair of the MTTS Technical Coordinating Committee on Control Materials and Devices from 2013 to 2016.
Michael Geiler specializes in the design and implementation of Auto-tune Filters (AtFs) and other Spinwave devices. He works closely with the Metamagnetics Sales and Marketing team and is responsible for the evaluation of new technical applications and opportunities for Spinwave devices. Michael has almost 5 years of experience in modeling, design, simulation and prototyping of AtFs and other magnetic thin film devices at Metamagnetics. Michael’s other areas of expertise are in Gyromagnetic Nonlinear Transmission Lines (NLTLs) and Self-Biased Circulators. He is the Principal Investigator on several DoD research and development programs for AtF, NLTL and Self-Biased Circulator technologies.
Michael Hunnewell focuses on commercialization activities for Metamagnetics. With his help, the company has experience double digit growth every year for the past five years. This success can be attributed to his ability to help transition R&D programs to viable commercial products, establish domestic and global sales channels, and improve capture strategy for government programs. Previously he worked in biotechnology consumables and services where he broke multiple sales records for his territory. He attended Boston College for his bachelors and Northeastern University for his MBA in high tech innovation while on academic scholarship.
Marina joined Metamagnetics as a Technical Director of Research & Development in September 2018. Dr. Koledintseva supervises theoretical and experimental research activities related to all the R&D projects in the company, including writing proposals for R&D funding, analyzing deliverables, and reporting on current projects. Her research interests include EMC and signal integrity in electronic systems; computational electromagnetics; materials physics research to design new microwave devices, including microwave magnetic ICs; development of analytical and numerical models and experimental methodologies to study and engineer complex electromagnetic structures and advanced electromagnetic materials.
Mahima joined Metamagnetics as a Senior RF Engineer in 2018. Ms. Shukla is responsible for design and development of RF and MW components based on magnetostatic and spin wave technology, conducting experimental R&D and writing technical proposals at Metamagnetics. Her field of interests are application of advance ferrite technology in RF and MW components like filters, phase shifters, frequency selective limiters, delay lines and circulators. Prior to joining Metamagnetics she was working as a Radar scientist and has broad experience of design and development of RF subsystem used in Radars.
Dave is a Principal Electrical Engineer specializing in RF, Microwave, and Millimeter Wave component and circuit design. His primary work is in the design of frequency selective limiters (FSL) and magnetic material based antennas for communications and radar applications. Also, his extensive circuit and system experience has been used to develop novel FSL based circuits to enhance radar system performance.
U.S.-based and veteran-owned, Metamagnetics formed in 2009 after a spinout from the Northeastern University Center for Microwave Magnetic Materials and Integrated Circuits (CM3IC). We're now a fully operational designer/manufacturer and worldwide supplier of microwave and millimeter-wave components based on advanced materials, metamaterials, and multiferroics. Our extensive industry experience includes working with the Navy, Army, Air Force, DARPA, and most major U.S. defense prime OEM contractors.
Our mission is to optimize existing systems and components or enable entirely new ones by replacing out-of-date, inefficient devices and materials with new state-of-the-art concepts and compositions. Our team has routinely demonstrated that utilizing the correct materials within a RF/microwave signal chain can directly and dramatically impact the power and noise generation/handling capabilities of a system, and enable microwave system designers to make a true “quantum leap” into the future.