Optics and Spectroscopy
The research field of Quantum Optics studies the interaction between light and matter at the submicroscopic level. In contrast to classical optics, quantum optics describes light with the characteristics of particles, the photons resulting in a new field of physics.
With various products and setups, attocube is a strong partner of scientists all over the world for optical spectroscopy on quantum dots, NV centers, quantum wires and more mesoscopic devices. attocube's platforms offer a way to work on single photon sources and detectors for quantum information processing as well as the characterization of graphene or other 2D materials.
- quantum dots
- NV centers
- single photon sources & detectors
- nano photonics & plasmonics
- low dimensional systems such as graphene and 2D materials
- other quantum devices, e.g. nanotubes, nanowires
- optical material properties
Fiber alignment at mK conditions
Extreme cross-polarization extinction
Signatures of a degenerate many-body state of excitons in van der Waals heterostacks
Telecom single-photon emitters in silicon
Anisotropic formation of exciton magnetic polarons in colloidal quantum dot
Boosting single-photon quantum key distribution
Single photon sources on the way to QIP
A quantum network node and register based on silicon-vacancies in diamond
Light-matter coupling in TMD monolayers and heterostructures
Enhanced coupling of NV-centre's spins and photons
Easy-to-use platform for single photon experiments
Single-photon Source at Telecom Wavelength for Quantum Computation
Single Spin Magnetometry at the Nansocale
A nanoscale quantum sensor at high pressures
Non-equilibrium phase transitions in quantum fluids of light
Enhancing Quantum Dot Emitters by Precisely Positioned Micrometric SILs
Polariton dispersion in strong coupling regime
Nanoscale Imaging and Control of Domain-Wall Hopping with an NV Center Microscope
Single Photon Generation with Controlled Polarization from InGaN Quantum Dots
Coupling single defects to a nanowire
Optical Magnetometer Reveals Lack of Conventional Meissner Effect in Iron-based Superconductors
Magneto-Raman Microscopy for Probing Local Material Properties of Graphene
Scalable Architecture for Multi-Photon Boson Sampling
NV-Center Based Nanomagnetometry
Collective electronic excitations of dipolar excitons
Quantitative Nanoscale Vortex-Imaging of Superconductors
Observation of Many-Body Exciton States using the attoCFM I
Automatic Mapping of Semiconductor QDs
Addressing Strain and Doping by Cryogenic Raman Mapping
Raman Spectroscopy on Graphene
Resonant Spectroscopy on a Single QD
Simultaneous Reflection and Transmission
Scanning Probe Microscopes
With our scanning probe microscopes, attocube is the unchallenged industry leader in materials characterization on the nanoscale at low temperatures and in high magnetic fields.
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.
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.
Confocal Microscope Platforms
With low temperature confocal microscopy, attocube has been pioneering the market for photoluminescence & spectroscopy on quantum dots and other single photon sources since its foundation.
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.