Dr. Jonathan Margalit, Ph.D.
Director of R&D
Jonathan Margalit, Ph.D.
Director of R&D
ETV Global, Inc.
Jonathan Margalit, Ph.D. is the director and advisor of R&D for ETV Global.
Mr. Margalit brings extensive semiconductor background with expertise Electric Hybrid Vehicle technologies, in
Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), electronics thermal management applications, IR-materials, E-waste, metallurgy,
and material science.
Dr. Margalit held scientific, business development, and product management positions with several
privately held and publicly traded companies. His abilities to bridge the gap between the scientific community and the end
user market was demonstrated by developing award winning products for the revolutionary LED lighting industry. Currently Dr.
Margalit is the Business Development Manager for Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Niton Division. In his role Dr. Margalit
manages the development of new markets and applications for the division’s portable XRF analyzers (x-ray fluorescence),
such as precious metals, consumer goods, and oil & gas exploration. Dr. Margalit has far-reaching international
background, he is fluent in English, German, and Hebrew, and has extensive business development experience in Europe, China,
and other parts of Asia.
to Thermo Fisher Scientific, Dr. Margalit served as Sr. Product Manager for Siemens’ Osram Sylvania and as Market Development
Specialist for Bayer Material Science where he was directly involved in the development and marketing of advanced thermal
management solutions for electric hybrid vehicles, collaborating with major European and Japanese car manufacturers.
In addition, Dr. Margalit advanced the penetration of Bayer Material Science’s solid oxide fuel cell technology
in North America for the Automotive and Housing applications. Other areas of expertise include specialty materials for capacitors
and ultra-capacitors, batteries, and other storage devices.
Dr. Margalit received his Ph.D. from Germany’s Excellence Initiative
award winning elite University, the RWTH Aachen, Germany. Dr. Margalit’s PhD was carried out
in conjunction with the German Aerospace Agency (DLR), in the field of High Temperature Aircraft Ceramics. His
Masters of Science is in Mineralogy from University of Bonn, Germany. Dr. Margalit is a member of the German American Business
Council. He is a frequent speaker at technology conferences and has published numerous articles in scientific
journals, industrial magazines, and in monthly columns.
Dr. Margalit can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org