Lake Shore CryotronicsExhibitor
Supporting advanced research since 1968, Lake Shore Cryotronics is a leading innovator in measurement and control solutions for low temperature and magnetic field conditions. High-performance product solutions from Lake Shore include cryogenic temperature sensors and instrumentation, cryogenic probe stations, magnetic test and measurement solutions, and materials characterizations systems and instruments for exploring the properties of next-generation materials.
attocube systems AGExhibitor
attocube is a leading pioneer for nanotechnology solutions in industry and research. The company develops, produces and distributes components and systems for nanoscale applications such as precision motion, cryogenic microscopy, and nanoscale analytics. All products are manufactured in the NanoFactory, the company’s headquarters in Haar, close to Munich. An international team of 150 physicists, engineers, software developers, and product designers work in close collaboration from conception through to delivery. attocube has sales offices in the US and a broad network of worldwide distributors, covering more than 40 countries and 4,000 customers.
Oxford Instruments NanoScienceExhibitor
At Oxford Instruments NanoScience we design, supply and support market-leading research tools that enable quantum technologies, nano technology research, advanced materials and nano device development in the physical sciences. Our tools support research to the atomic scale through creation of high performance, cryogen free, low temperature, and magnetic environments. This is based upon our core technologies in low and ultra-low temperatures, high magnetic fields and system integration, with increasing levels of experimental and measurement readiness.
The CRAVITY complex is a micro-fabrication facility for users from universities, research institutes, and industry. Fabrication techniques are available for analog and digital superconducting devices, such as sensors and digital signal processing. To ensure highly productive fabrication of complicated analog/digital superconducting electronics, the majority of process machines are fully automated and the process parameters are determined by the latest knowledge and expertise. To read more click here.
Quantum Design manufactures SQUID sensors and control electronics, along with a range of automated material characterization systems providing temperatures from 0.05 to 1000 K and magnetic fields up to 16 tesla. Measurement options include: magnetometry, electrical transport, heat capacity, thermal transport, and FMR. Instruments include the Physical Property Measurement System (PPMS®), SQUID-based Magnetic Property Measurement System (MPMS®3), VersaLab, and PPMS DynaCool. In addition, Quantum Design manufactures helium liquefiers and recovery systems, and an innovative 7 tesla magneto-optical cryostat (OptiCool™). They also distribute direct write and nano-lithography systems, NanoMOKE, FMR spectrometers, single crystal furnaces, SNSPD based single photon detectors and time tagging electronics.
Bluefors manufactures ultra-low temperature refrigeration systems and has a strong focus on the fields of quantum and nanotechnology. We are dedicated to delivering the most reliable and easy-to-operate systems on the market. The quality of our products in combination with our scalable production capabilities, has made the quantum technology industry recognize us as their preferred choice for their ultra-low temperature requirements. We offer a variety of base models and to further meet the specific needs of each customer these can be equipped with a wide range of options. For example experimental wiring, optical access and magnet integration. Furthermore, our systems can be customized to meet the special requirements of each experiment and we strive for a transparent company structure allowing the customer to get in direct contact with the scientists and engineers that design their system. Bluefors – Cool for Progress.