About Valleytronics.com and the team

Submitted by Ron Mertens on Wed, 09/09/2015 - 15:18

Valleytronics.com is a comprehensive portal for all things valleytronics. It was launched in 2016 and quickly became the world's leading valleytronics knowledge hub useful for professionals and enthusiasts

Here at Valleytronics.com, we use our unique point of view, knowledge and familiarity with the industry to offer the absolute best service possible. We provide daily news, information, updates and commentary focusing on valleytronics as an emerging science field and technology.

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Who we are

Ron Mertens is Valleytronics.com's owner and editor-in-chief. A software engineer by trade, Ron turned a curiosity with graphene into a career, bringing his eye for detail and passion for technology with him. He works with his wife Roni, senior editor of Graphene-Info, and lives in Israel with their four children. In addition to learning how to perform the balancing act of working closely with your spouse, Ron also enjoys playing the piano, dabbling in photography, surfing and hiking. Feel free to contact Ron anytime.

Roni Peleg is the senior editor of Valleytronics.com. Her work spans technical translations, literary editing and content writing. She lives in Israel and works together with her husband Ron, Valleytronics.com's editor-in-chief. In her scarce free time, when she is not working or busy raising four children, she enjoys cooking, baking and designing jewelry. Roni is a professed linguaphile and philomath, who believes one should learn something new every day, preferably in an exotic language. . Feel free to contact Roni here.