research on nanostructures
Mesoscopic physics deals with materials and devices from the size of some atoms up to lengths in the micrometer range. In this regime, the devices start revealing quantum mechanical properties. attocube provides easy to use systems for measurements at low temperatures and high magnetic fields. Typical examples include electric transport, spintronic or magnetotransport measurements of devices such as quantum dots, topological insulators or at low dimensional materials. In addition, the fabrication of quantum devices such as quantum dots or quantum pillars is increasingly a well-defined process where little is left to chance. Several applications of attocube's customers show how nanostructures are created, characterized and used in quantum information processing (QIP).
- electron mobility mapping
- phase transition imaging
- topological insulators
- superconductor & semiconductor nanostructures
- ferroelectrics, multiferroics & domain walls
- quantum phase transition
- quantum dots
- graphene & 2D materials
- low dimensional systems
- spintronics 6 magnetotransports
- electronic material properties
Rotating transport measurement setup at 25mK
Enhancing Quantum Dot Emitters by Precisely Positioned Micrometric SILs
Low temperature magnetization reversal properties of SrRuO3
Differential conductance measurements on Pd break-junctions measured
Angle-dependent transport measurements at 40 mK
In situ Measurements of Irradiation-Induced Creep on Amorphous Micropillars
Mapping and Manipulation of Leakage Currents in a Nanostructure
Mechanically Controlled Multi-Contact Break Junctions
Ferroelectric Domain at Cryogenic Phase Transitions
Performance Characterization of a Cryogenic Probe Station attoCPS I
Magnetoresistance of self-assembled GaMnAs based nanowires
Van der Waals heterostructure under rotation at 40 mK
Liquid Helium Cryostats
The attoLIQUID helium-based cryostats feature variable temperature down to the mK range, large sample space, fast cooldown and ultra-low vibrations.
The attoDRY closed-cycle cryostats liberate the user from liquid helium, and feature large sample space, automated temperature and magnetic field control, fast cooldown and low vibrations.
Low Temperature Nanopositioners
Cryogenic nanopositioners are designed for nanopositioning over millimeter ranges with the highest precision under extreme conditions such as cryogenic temperatures, high magnetic fields, and ultra high vacuum.