Bio:Tzachi Levy works as an R&D Project Manager at Biosense Webster, a company specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias (abnormal electrical activity in the heart).
Tzachi originally worked for Biosense Webster in 2005-2007, and after an interlude of 6 years at Intel, rejoined the company in early 2013. Tzachi was recruited to lead the implementation of the innovative Contact Force technology in the SMART TOUCH ® family of catheters, Biosense Webster’s Class III star product in 2013-2014.
Tzachi has recently been promoted to lead the development of the 4 th generation of the C ARTO ® System, the company’s flagship product and main platform.
During his six years at Intel, Tzachi was initially one of the founding engineers and later leader of the Worldwide Intel SOC (“System-on-a-Chip”) group that pioneered the development of the Tablets and Mobile Phone platforms, a completely new direction for Intel.
Tzachi was promoted through the ranks to positions of successively increased responsibility, based on his consistently exceeding goals and expectations.
For the three years preceding his time at Intel, Tzachi worked for Biosense Webster as lead System Engineer, responsible for new technologies and collaboration with third parties such as Stereotaxis (a St. Louis-based start-up company) and Siemens Ultrasound.
Prior to entering the commercial job market, Tzachi served and worked in defense related companies and organizations for almost 8 years. During this time, he led the development of a multi-disciplinary project which won the prestigious Israeli Defense Award.
Tzachi holds a B.Sc. in Electronics from the Tel Aviv University. In his free time, he enjoys kite-surfing and playing soccer with his adorable baby girl.