adapting nature's finest separation for use in technical application

Accelerating the transition towards a resource-efficient and sustainable world from the bottom up

We have conducted academic research since 2013 with the aim to harvest the incredible potential of Nature’s finest separation. It’s time to put it into use!

Our patented molecular separation technology was initially developed over the course of a PhD project conducted by the Aquammodate cofounders within Chalmers University of Technology. Aquammodate was founded in 2019 with the aim to bring this technology for energy-efficient and high purity grade resource recovery from water to people and industry in need. 

We are situated in Gothenburg on the Swedish west coast, where the team presented below is currently working hard to realize our high ambitions. 

The Team consists of Jenny Perez Holmberg, Sarah Koppe, Shilan Demir, Simon Isaksson, Martin Andersson, Nima Ahmadyan, and Florian Schmitz

A mix of highly qualified technological expertise and entrepreneurial experience

Simon, Martin, Jenny, Nima, 
Florian, Shilan, and Sarah

The Aquammodate team currently consists of the co-founders Simon Isaksson (CEO) and Martin Andersson (Chairman of the board) plus the product developers Jenny Perez Holmberg and Florian Schmitz, the business developer Nima Ahmadyan, board member Shilan Demir, and intern Sarah Koppe.

Simon, Martin, Jenny, and Florian hold PhD degrees within highly relevant areas of Materials Science, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, and Biology. Martin also holds a Professorship and has extensive startup experience from being a serial entrepreneur. Nima and Shilan possess extensive experience from business development within growing companies, being serial entrepreneurs with an MBA background.