strong collaborations with leading mK suppliers
attocube and Bluefors are closely collaborating to help establishing standard platforms and solutions for mK scanning probe microscopy and mK rotators integrated into their DRs for reliable operation.Bluefors specializes in cryogen-free DR systems with a strong focus on the quantum computing and information community.
The company’s aim is to deliver the most reliable and easy-to-operate DRs on the market achieving highest possible quality. Bluefors offers a wide range of standard systems with various options including wiring and superconducting magnets. In addition their systems can be customized to meet the requirements of each individual customer.
Leiden Cryogenics was founded in 1992 by Giorgio Frossati and Alex Kamper, and is specialized in supplying cutting-edge DRs with ultimate specifications. The machines have obtained several World record of lowest temperatures, and are renowned for their unique fit to even most challenging research tasks. With a personal experience of 50 years, Prof. Frossati keeps pushing the limits in dry mK technology. attocube & Leiden Cryogenics have worked together on several large projects concerning mK scanning probe microscopy successfully.
PrimeNano’s LT ScanWave™ enables research on quantum effects, phase transitions and novel materials such as topological insulators, ferroelectrics or manganites. Based on the attoAFM I, this system enables scanning microwave impedance microscopy (sMIM) measurements on the nanoscale for electrical characterization of materials at ultra-low temperatures and high magnetic fields. PrimeNano and attocube have developed a platform that enables such measurements at mK temperatures.