122 Resources with your choice

Scientific Presentation

23 mins


Uncover exotic properties of 2D materials

Speaker: Rainer Hillenbrand (CIC nanoGUNE)

  • dispersion of light in isotropic and uniaxial crystals
  • hyperbolic phonon-polaritons in a h-BN slab
  • exotic wave phenomena in 2D materials

Scientific Presentation

21 mins


Quantitative Data Analysis

  • analysis of dispersion mapping in 2D materials
  • relationship between chemical-ID & sample thickness
  • method of extracting carrier concentration from sSNOM data

Scientific Presentation

20 mins


Tip-enhanced Photoluminescende on 2D materials

Speaker: Yohanes Abate (University of Georgia)

  • application of nano-Raman for quantum information science
  • advantages of nano-PL compared to nano-FTIR
  • quantify high-resolution luminescence nanoscopy

Product Demonstration

107 mins


nano-FTIR Spectroscopy & Hyperspectral Nanoimaging

  • guided workflow demonstration of neaspec intuitive software
  • fluent measurement process by alignment-free sample exchange
  • nano-FTIR performance test on monolayer protein sample

Scientific Presentation

18 mins


neaSCOPE Applications and Configurations

  • investigation of thin material coating with 2nm QTD molecules
  • compositional image and statistical distribution in rubbers
  • maping carrier concentration and dopping in semiconductors

Scientific Presentation

12 mins


Nanoscale Study of Metal Corrosion

Speaker: Magnus Johnson (KTH Stockholm)

  • premature detection of atmospheric corrosion
  • identification of corrosion products at the nanoscale
  • reduction of corrosion using inhibitors

Product Application

93 mins


nano-FTIR Enables Scientific Breakthrough Worldwide

  • benefits of nano-FTIR compared to FTIR
  • examples from research area that profit from nano-FTIR technology
  • correlation nano-FTIR with mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties

Product Application

65 mins


nano-FTIR Applications for Inorganic, 2D and Biomaterials

  • quantum-dots formation in hBN for multichannel single electron transistors
  • degradation mechanism in perovskite solar cell materials
  • identification of protein inclusion bodies in bacterial cells

User Tutorial

222 mins


s-SNOM Image Processing and Presentation

  • interactive hands-on event with direct feedback on your needs
  • improve the quality of your s-SNOM data by image post-processing
  • quantify your results by careful image analysis

Product Demonstration

101 mins


Live DEMO: s-SNOM Imaging & Spectroscopy

  • top performance on all types of materials (organic and inorganic)
  • fastest measurements without compromise on quality
  • high-quality results independent from user experience

Product Demonstration

76 mins


Live DEMO: Smart Interactive User Experience

  • speed-up your first-use with video examples and recommended parameters
  • perform complex measurements even by new users following guided instructions
  • rely on automatic detection of errors and assist you with interactive suggestions

Product Demonstration

100 mins


Live DEMO: AFM-IR Imaging & Spectroscopy

  • artefact-free absorption measurements without mechanical influence
  • maximum performance without sample damage
  • high-quality results independent from user experience

Product Application

61 mins


IR nanoscopy with ultrabroad tunable source

Speaker: Magnus Johnson (KTH Stockholm)

  • widest tuning range 550-7000 cm-1 with QCL-comparable tuning speed
  • narrow linewidth < 4 cm-1 for rapid nanoscale chemical mapping
  • compatibility with s-SNOM and AFM-IR/PTE measurement modes

Product Application

71 mins


Introducing Ultrafast Nanoscopy

Speaker: Max Eisele (toptica)

  • introduction to ultrafast nanoscopy technology
  • selected studies using ultrafast nanoscopy
  • configuration and advantages of IR-neaSCOPE+fs

Product Demonstration

81 mins


Introducing neaSCOPE

  • maximum correlative nanoscopy options for all-around sample surface characterization
  • enhanced usability for simplified operation in shared user facilities and R&D labs
  • software developer kit for maximum flexibility and expert users

Scientific Presentation

15 mins


Infrared synchrotron nanoscopy research at LNLS

Speaker: Raul Freitas (Brazilian Synchrotron)

  • study of biosystems in their natural environment
  • delivery of nano-drugs in bacteria
  • understanding the nano-chemistry of human hair

Scientific Presentation

14 mins


IR Nanoscopy for Solving Real World Problems

Speaker: Iban Amenabar (CIC nanoGUNE)

  • optimisation of rubber materials
  • investigation of pharmacology and cosmetics samples
  • application in biotechnology sector

Product Application

34 mins


Infrared Nanoscopy Applications in Polymer Science

Speaker: Rainer Hillenbrand (CIC nanoGUNE)

  • identification of nano-plastic contamination in sea water
  • chemical mapping of complex polymer composites
  • hyperspectral imaging applied to polymer blends

Product Application

49 mins


Infrared Nanoscopy Applications in Life Science

Speaker: Rainer Hillenbrand (CIC nanoGUNE)

  • imaging isolated tabacco mosaic virus
  • spectroscopy of single ferritin protein complex
  • monolayer mapping of protein membrane

Product Application

71 mins


Correlation Nanoscopy for Material Analysis

  • spectroscopic correlation of TERS, nano-FTIR & PTE+
  • nanoscale thermal analysis by means of nano-TA & SThM
  • quantification of carrier density with THz-TDS nanoscopy

Scientific Presentation

15 mins


Basics of s-SNOM Imaging and Spectroscopy

  • method for efficiently suppress background
  • measure simultaneous absorption & reflectivity
  • identification of nanoscale contaminations

Scientific Presentation

21 mins


Terahertz scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy on the atomic scale

Speaker: Tyler Cocker (Michigan State University)

  • lightwave-driven STM with high spatio-temporal resolution
  • strong-field control THz-STM used for picosecond molecule motion
  • connection to near-field microscopy for advance nanoscale dynamics

Scientific Presentation

20 mins


Probing frequency-dependent anisotropical responses with far-infrared synchrotron infrared nanospectroscopy

Speaker: Hans Bechtel (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

  • combined applications for synchrotron nano-FTIR spectroscopy and s-SNOM imaging
  • far-Infrared extension enables study of elemental excitations in functional materials
  • exploration of anisotropic phonon polaritons in crystalline materials

Scientific Presentation

16 mins


Exploring Nanoscale Imaging of Polariton Dynamics in 2D Materials

Speaker: William L. Wilson (Harvard University)

  • nanoscale photonics of quasi-particle dynamics and material topology
  • measuring dispersive propagation of 2D Van der Waals polariton systems
  • investigation of buried 2D structure Moiré imaging, expanding exploration capabilities

Scientific Presentation

15 mins


Visualization of anomalous reflection and refraction of polaritons at the nanoscale

Speaker: Pablo Alonso-González (University of Oviedo)

  • in-plane hyperbolic phonon polaritons (PhPs) with ultra-low losses
  • anomalous refraction and reflection, and canalization with minimal losses in hyperbolic PhP
  • unparalleled energy flow control of a-MoO3's

Scientific Presentation

22 mins


Nano-aquarium - a new s-SNOM platform to observe live biological cells in action

Speaker: Fritz Keilmann (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)

  • nano-FTIR investigation of biological cells living inside a nano-aquarium
  • analysis of dynamic processes in liquid environments
  • study of diverse biological processes in real-time using s-SNOM setup

Scientific Presentation

18 mins


Nanoscale studies of atmospheric corrosion

Speaker: Magnus Johnson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)

  • local atmospheric copper corrosion using multiple nanoscale techniques
  • nano FTIR and s-SNOM imaging identifies corrosion products and coating effectiveness
  • investigation of ultrathin organic films for safeguarding copper surfaces against corrosion

Scientific Presentation

10 mins


Infrared nano-imaging of configured phonon polaritons

Speaker: Siyuan Dai (Auburn University)

  • manipulating light at small scales through polaritons in van der Waals materials
  • recent advances in achieving atomic localization, dynamic tunability, low-loss, and topological states
  • heterostructuring, graphene integration, and topology changes in phonon polaritons

Scientific Presentation

20 mins


Synchrotron IR nanospectroscopy at Sirius: current developments and perspectives

Speaker: Raul Freitas (Brazilian Synchrotron Light Laboratory)

  • synchrotron IR nanospectroscopy drives progress in diverse fields
  • community collaboration and synergy with various disciplines; open-user labs
  • updates on Sirius, IMBUIA beamline expansion, democratizing advanced techniques

Scientific Presentation

18 mins


Advanced NeaSpec user: tips and tricks

Speaker: Vladimir Zenin (University of Southern Denmark)

  • insights and procedures for balanced detection, noise cancellation, tip alignment, and more
  • importance of detector active area, bandwidth and gain
  • applying tricks for quantitative SNOM data; GSP modes example

Scientific Presentation

13 mins


Multimodal scattering near-field optical microscopy revealing plant cell walls physical and chemical properties

Speaker: Aude Lereu (Institute Fresnel - CNRS)

  • expanding into construction, biofuel, intelligent components, and new materials
  • managing biodegradability, stability, and profitability with chemical and physical treatments
  • treatments alter plant cell composition, reshaping physical traits

Scientific Presentation

17 mins


Imaging terahertz modes using scattering SNOM

Speaker: Jean-Francois Lampin (IEMN-CNRS Lille)

  • exploring photonic modes by THz photonic components using near-field microscopy
  • probing concentrated electric fields for sensitive sensing and light-matter studies
  • advanced setup for THz nanoscopy of graphene, resonators, and antennas

Scientific Presentation

15 mins


Nanoimaging of Orientational Defects in Semiconducting Organic Films

Speaker: Nada Mrkyvkova (Institute of Physics, Slovak Academy of Sciences)

  • defect analysis using s-SNOM for enhancing performance of organic semiconductors
  • light-induced vibrational mode responses for molecular orientation defects
  • reliable s-SNOM amplitude-based description for diverse topographies, nanoscale included

Scientific Presentation

16 mins


Applying dielectric disorder to image interlayer excitons in van der Waals heterostructures

Speaker: Patryk Kusch (Freie Universität Berlin)

  • dielectric function reveals properties of CNTs, graphene, TMDCs
  • s-SNOM extracts dielectric values, maps variations in materials like WS2 and heterostructures
  • surface roughness and charge transfer impact dielectric function; correlated with PL spectroscopy

Scientific Presentation

11 mins


Near-field spectroscopy of transition metal dichalcogenides

Speaker: Antonio Ambrosio (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia)

  • graphene, hexagonal boron nitride studied for plasmonic and phononic responses
  • high-quality nanoresonators created in various 2D materials polaritonic bands
  • spin-to-orbital angular momentum coupling in resonators

Scientific Presentation

17 mins


Cryogenic photocurrent nanoscopy of twisted 2D materials.

Speaker: Frank Koppens (ICFO, Barcelona)

  • stacked layers with slight twist angle create moiré patterns, impacting properties
  • study near magic angle uncovers correlated states, unconventional superconductivity origins
  • cryogenic s-SNOM reveals spatial variations in optical properties and excitations, highlighting symmetry breaking mechanisms

Scientific Presentation

16 mins


Probing Metal-Organic Frameworks via Infrared Nanospectroscopy and Tip-Force Microscopy

Speaker: Jin-Chong Tan (University of Oxford)

  • TFM shows evolving defects and their mechanical impact on crystallization
  • multimodal techniques reveal MOF structures and performance
  • nanoFTIR unveils vibrational traits of guest-encapsulated MOFs

Scientific Presentation

12 mins


Far-Infrared Near-Field Optical Imaging and Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy of Laser-Crystallized and -Amorphized Phase Change Material Ge3Sb2Te6

Speaker: Julian Barnett (RWTH Aachen)

  • GST326 shifts between amorphous and crystalline states for nanophotonic devices
  • focused laser modifies dielectric function; vital for re-programmable metasurfaces
  • advantages of combined THz s-SNOM and KPFM: distinguishes states, examines local conductivity, ensuring reliable, reversible switching understanding

Scientific Presentation

13 mins


Novel quantum phases in few-layer graphene without Moiré

Speaker: Thomas Weitz (Uni Göttingen)

  • explore charge transport in bilayer and trilayer graphene with strong electron interactions
  • reveal fragile phases, reliant on careful near-field imaging-guided setup
  • investigate exotic states in few-layer graphene for exchange-driven effects

Scientific Presentation

15 mins


Imaging of Ferro- and Antiferromagnetic Domains using s-SNOM

Speaker: Bernd Kästner (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt)

  • on-chip method images IR excitations, detects magneto-caloritronic effects for magnetic domain imaging
  • avoids sample magnetization impact, unlike traditional magnetic force microscopy
  • enables thermal, electric field measurements, shown through illustrative examples

Scientific Presentation

12 mins


Nanoscopic study of biomimetic polydopamine anchored layers

Speaker: Marcela Dendisova (University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague)

  • synthetic melanin forms adaptable chains on surfaces, aiding compound anchoring
  • mechanism remains unclear; study examines Si/SiOx, N-TiO2, and Au surfaces
  • nano-FTIR reveal island growth, changes in catechol and quinone bands

Scientific Presentation

12 mins


Detailed investigation of nanocellulosic materials with neaSNOM instrument

Speaker: Nikolay Kotov (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm)

  • nanocellulose crystals and fibrils offer lightweight, strong, biocompatible materials
  • neaSCOPE combines AFM and FTIR for in-depth physicochemical analysis at =20 nm resolution
  • nano-FTIR nvestigates CNCs, CNFs, highlighting morphological features through kinks, twists, and more

Scientific Presentation

12 mins


THz photocurrent nanoscopy

Speaker: Eva Pogna (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Pisa)

  • THz QCLs maps photocurrent distribution in 1D, 2D materials
  • photodetection in InAs nanowires transistors
  • Investigation of layered 2D Materials using nano-THz

Scientific Presentation

12 mins


Infrared nanoscopy and nano-tomography of bioactive polymer brushes

Speaker: Ognen Pop-Georgievski (Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences)

  • bioactive polymer brushes allows for surface-immobilized chains with peptides for biomedicine
  • nano-FTIR examine topological uniformity, peptide distribution
  • s-SNOM maps TYRAY peptides on brushes, relates to living cell behavior

Scientific Presentation

12 mins


High-fidelity nano-FTIR spectroscopy by on-pixel normalization of signal harmonics

Speaker: Lars Mester (CIC nanoGUNE BRTA)

  • enhanced nanocharacterization: s-SNOM, nano-FTIR reveal organic and inorganic composites
  • background suppression key: indirect tip illumination yields signals not at tip, demanding recognition
  • artifact recognition: simple normalization eliminates artifacts, enhances analytical precision

Scientific Presentation

16 mins


Nanostructure and Surface Dynamics of Binary Mixed Polymer Brushes as Revealed by Advanced Scanning Probe Microscopies

Speaker: Szczepan Zapotoczny (Jagiellonian University Faculty of Chemistry)

  • conjugated polymers blend with polyelectrolytes for devices
  • ordered chains enhance photovoltaic, thermoelectric, sensing systems
  • nano-IR, nano-FTIR, AFM map phase separation, conformational changes in blended polymer brushes, offering depth information

Scientific Presentation

13 mins


Observation and manipulation of antiferromagnetic distributions in magneto-electric multiferroics

Speaker: Jean-Yves Chauleau (SPEC CEA Saclay)

  • spin currents, Terahertz dynamics enhance antiferromagnet (AF) control
  • net polarization coupling enables voltage-based control
  • multiferroic BiFeO3 with FE/AF textures studied via SHG imaging and s-SNOM

Scientific Presentation

14 mins


Cross-sectional chemical nanoimaging of composite polymer nanoparticles by infrared nanospectroscopy

Speaker: Monika Goikoetxea (Nanogune, San Sebastian)

  • IR s-SNOM, nano-FTIR for multicomponent waterborne particles
  • high chemical sensitivity, resolution, hyperspectral imaging, chemometric analysis
  • acrylic, fluoroacrylate monomer particles' complex morphology, composition studied, surpassing electron microscopy

Scientific Presentation

13 mins


near-field spectroscopy of emerging new 2D material platform allowing broadband optical tunability from the visible to long infrared

Speaker: Daniel Beitner (Tel Aviv University)

  • study porphyrin nanorods in Au nanoparticle arrays
  • measure spectral changes, coupling, using algorithm-based sorting
  • 0bserved thickness-dependent shift, correlated with J-aggregate ratio

Scientific Presentation

14 mins


Isotope-edition of nanoscale infrared images to distinguish chemically similar molecules - benefits for Alzheimer's disease research

Speaker: Andreas Barth (Stockholm University)

  • study protein structures using nano-FTIR spectra
  • focus on peptide bonds reflecting protein conformation
  • analyze single pyruvate kinase proteins on varied substrates

Scientific Presentation

13 mins


VIS-IR Nanospectroscopy of Novel Organic Solar Cell Materials

Speaker: Achim Hartschuh (LMU Munich, Department of Chemistry and CeNS)

  • analyze bulk heterojunction organic solar cells with non-fullerene acceptors
  • utilize nanoFTIR spectroscopy and s-SNOM imaging to investigate polymer/NFA blends
  • identify variations in molecular stacking and spatial distribution of components

Scientific Presentation

21 mins


Structural transitions underpins the evolution of protein nanofibrils mechanics

Speaker: Ulyana Shimanovich (Weizmann Institute of Science)

  • investigate natural protein properties at atomic to macromolecular levels
  • understand fiber-forming protein constructs for mechanical and functional properties
  • bridge understanding of soluble proteins to insoluble amyloids, enabling new materials

Scientific Presentation

16 mins


The influence of cell wall composition on mechanics of natural poplar variants at nanoscale

Speaker: Rastislav Lagana (Technical University Zvolen)

  • applied s-SNOM to analyze poplar wood's chemical and mechanical properties
  • investigated cell wall constituents in different poplar variants
  • correlated AFM mechanical phase with cellulose nano-FTIR peak height

Scientific Presentation

22 mins


Terahertz near-field nanoscopy of 1D and 2D nano materials

Speaker: Miriam Vitiello (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Pisa)

  • explored quantum states at nanoscale using THz near-field microscopy
  • investigated layered topological insulators via hyperspectral spectroscopy
  • developed self-mixing intermode-beatnote spectroscopy for THz nanoscopy

Product Demonstration

47 mins


Next Level of Precision: Customized Motion & Sensing Solutions

  • customized positioning solutions for microscopy applications
  • customized sensoric solutions for applications in extreme environments
  • combined Motion & Sensing solutions for ultimate precision and accuracy

Product Demonstration

39 mins


Nano-Precise Positioning with Multi-Axis Stages

  • precise sample alignment and beam paths steering with nanopositioner stacks
  • runout error minimization of sample and optics rotation at ambient & vacuum conditions
  • Setting up a multi-axis nanopositioner stack

Product Demonstration

49 mins


Standardized Calibration of CNC Machines and CMMs

  • Definintion of standardized & automated measurements
  • Analysis of data & creation of calibration certificates
  • Implementing correction tables to increase machine accuracy

Product Demonstration

40 mins


Nano-Precise Optical Displacement Measurement

  • high speed and long range measurements with nanometer accuracy
  • Vibration characterization using advanced FFT and PSD analysis
  • Material deformation measurements directly on various surfaces

Scientific Presentation

31 mins


Position and altitude control of formation flying small satellites for synthetic aperture telescope

Speaker: Ryo Suzumoto (University of Tokyo)

  • advantages of synthetic aperture telescopes for earth observation
  • sub-µm accurate position control of small satellites
  • testing and simulation of interferometric satellite control

Scientific Presentation

30 mins


Dimensional stability evaluation of telescope structure

Speaker: Kazuya Kitamoto (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)

  • dimensional stability as key criteria for high resolution space telescopes
  • telescope structure integrated deformation detection
  • performance validation of fiber-based interferometer

Product Application

61 mins


Raman Imaging & Spectroscopy at its Limits: Cryogenic Temperatures, Short Wavenumbers, High Magnetic Fields, and Polarization Control

  • be introduced to cryogenic Raman microscopy
  • see exciting demonstration measurements, including temperature series, magnetic field dependence, short wavenumbers, and more
  • learn about the opportunities and challenges of cryogenic magneto-optics

Scientific Presentation

46 mins


Moiré Excitons in 2D Semiconductor Heterostructures

  • what is the benefit of using layered 2D materials for creating superlattices
  • how to use them to realize arrays of circularly polarized quantum emitters
  • how to use them to study many-body physics at liquid Helium temperatures that was previously only accessible in nano-Kelvin atomic gasses and optical lattices

Scientific Presentation

38 mins


Chiral non-collinear spin textures imaged by MFM and Lorentz TEM

Speaker: Prof. Stuart Parkin (Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics, Germany)

  • anti-skyrmions and elliptical block skyrmions
  • important technological applications – racetrack memory
  • topological chiral antiferromagnets

Scientific Presentation

15 mins


Real-space observation of ferroelectrically induced magnetic spin crystal in SrRuO3

Speaker: Samuel Seddon (University of Warwick)

  • emergence of a non-topological cycloidal magnetic spin crystal
  • stabilization of crystal by interface DMI caused by ferromagnetic-ferroelectric interface
  • first real space imaging of this phase

Scientific Presentation

30 mins


Variable temperature MFM measurements of magnetic oxide materials

Speaker: Prof. Jan Seidel (University of New South Wales, Australia)

  • variable magnetic field & temperature MFM on complex oxides
  • magnetic transitions triggered by strain & oxygen content in (anti)ferromagnetic thin films
  • non-collinear magnetic phase transition in ferrimagnetic thin films

Scientific Presentation

31 mins


Physical origin of complex magnetic domain structures in manganites

Speaker: Prof. Jian Shen (Fudan University, China)

  • competition between multiple interactions in complex domains in oxides
  • how doping-induced disorder plays a key role for physical properties
  • high tunability for device applications such as tunable organic spin valves

Scientific Presentation

29 mins


Exploring antiferromagnetic order with a single spin microscope

Speaker: Prof. Vincent Jacques (University of Montpellier, France)

  • imaging domain walls in thin ferromagnets
  • imaging antiferromagnetic order
  • magnetic noise sensing
  • imaging spin textures in antiferromagnets via spin relaxometry

Scientific Presentation

33 mins


Single-spin nanoscale imaging of atomically thin magnets

Speaker: Prof. Patrick Maletinsky (University of Basel, Switzerland)

  • evolution and engineering of scanning quantum sensors
  • NV magnetometry of 2D van der Waals magnets
  • domain-wall mechanics in antiferromagnetic Cr2O3

Scientific Presentation

27 mins


Probing quantum criticality using optical NV magnetometry

Speaker: Prof. Ruslan Prozorov (Iowa State University & Ames Laboratory, USA)

  • single-NV vs. NV-ensemble measurements
  • development of single-NV scanning sensors
  • minimally invasive sensing of weak vector fields in superconductors

Scientific Presentation

35 mins


Probing materials properties with a nano scale quantum sensor

Speaker: Prof. Jörg Wrachtrup (University of Stuttgart & MPI Solid State Research, Germany)

  • overview of & introduction to spin quantum sensing
  • LT NV magnetometry on 2D materials: magnetic domain evolution in a CrBr3 bilayer
  • nanoMRI on oscillating magnetic fields from nuclei

Scientific Presentation

22 mins


Determining the vibrations between sensor and sample in SQUID microscopy

Speaker: Dr. John Kirtley (Kirtleyscientific.com, Stanford, USA)

  • Stanford scanning SQUID microscope user facility
  • acquisition of time-resolved noise from single vortex as point-like source
  • Taylor series based model describing spatially averaged flux noise vs frequency

Scientific Presentation

44 mins


Imaging topological currents and twist-angle disorder in magic-angle graphene

Speaker: Prof. Eli Zeldov (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)

  • imaging equilibrium currents in quantum Hall edge states in graphene
  • imaging equilibrium currents in magic angle graphene
  • determination of the local twist angle and twist-angle disorder

Scientific Presentation

48 mins


The future of magnetic imaging: What are key challenges in applications, and which techniques are going to solve these best?

Panel Discussion

  • Dr. Thierry Debuisschert (Thales Research & Technology, France)
  • Prof. Hans Josef Hug (Empa, Switzerland)
  • Prof. Kathryn Ann Moler (Stanford University, USA)
  • Prof. Stuart Parkin (Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics, Germany)
  • Prof. Jörg Wrachtrup (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

Host: Prof. Khaled Karraï (attocube systems AG, Germany)

Scientific Presentation

32 mins


Exciton sensing of condensed matter phenomena

Speaker: Kin Fai Mak (Cornell University, Ithaca, USA)

  • semiconductor moiré materials
  • rydberg sensing of electron crystals
  • optical detection and imaging of quantum anomalous Hall state

Scientific Presentation

31 mins


Exploring quantum light from hexagonal boron nitride

Speaker: Dr. Koperski (National University of Singapore, Singapore)

  • controlled Defect Engineering
  • carbon doped hBN as a novel material system
  • single photon emission

Scientific Presentation

36 mins


Engineering quantum states in 2D materials

Speaker: Prof. Bernhard Urbaszek (INSA Toulouse, France)

  • TMD monolayers
  • tunable exciton transition in MoS2 bilayers
  • interlayer excitons in MoS2 bilayers

Scientific Presentation

31 mins


Sensing Moiré magnetism via single-spin quantum magnetometry

Speaker: Prof. Xiaodong Xu (University of Washington, USA)

  • Moiré superlattices formed by 2D magnets
  • interlayer Magnetism in Crl3 layers
  • six-fold symmetry in autocorrelation function

Scientific Presentation

30 mins


A quantum dot in an open microcavity

Speaker: Prof. Richard Warburton (University of Basel, Switzerland)

  • boosting light matter interaction in micro cavities
  • exciton-photon strong and weak coupling
  • analysis of high-efficient single photon source

Scientific Presentation

16 mins


Open-cavity in closed-cycle cryostat as a quantum optics platform

Speaker: Dr. Samarth Vadia (Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany)

  • optical fiber as open cavity
  • tunable cavity in closed cycle cryostat
  • stability challenges of a micro cavity

Scientific Presentation

15 mins


A turn-key micro-cavity quantum optics system

Speaker: Dr. Hümmer (Qlibri, Munich, Germany)

  • fiber micro mirrors properties
  • setup of micro cavity system
  • stabilization of micro cavities

Scientific Presentation

34 mins


Optical quantum computing

Speaker: Prof. Chao-Yang Lu (University of Science and Technology of China, China)

  • Gaussian Boson sampling
  • squeezed state sources instead of Single photon sources
  • single photon sources for quantum communication

Scientific Presentation

28 mins


Building up modular optical quantum computing platforms

Speaker: Dr. Niccolo Somaschi (Quandela, Paris, France)

  • photonic quantum computing platforms
  • quantum Dots in Micropillar cavity
  • standalone optical qubit emitter

Scientific Presentation

27 mins


Towards QD-based quantum networks

Speaker: Dr. Claire Le Gall (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)

  • spin photon interfaces
  • nuclear spin ensembles as quantum memory
  • spin control of Quantum dot spins

Scientific Presentation

31 mins


Exploring high-pressure superconductivity using diamond point defects

Speaker: Prof. Jean-François Roch (ENS, Paris-Saclay, France)

  • novel materials at pressures above 100 GPa
  • diamond anvil cells
  • NV color centers as magnetic quantum sensors

Scientific Presentation

34 mins


Unconventional spin diffusion in dipolar spin ensembles

Speaker: Prof. Norman Yao (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

  • coupled spin qubits in diamond as experimental platform
  • inhomogeneous spin polarization profiles by polarization transfer
  • identification of hydrodynamic time regimes

Scientific Presentation

57 mins


Magneto and quantum optics: from science to quantum technology

Panel Discussion

  • Prof. Mete Atatüre (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom)
  • Prof. Sven Höfling (University of Würzburg, Germany)
  • Prof. Atac Imamoglu (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
  • Prof. Pascale Senellart (CNRS, Paris, France)

Hosts: Prof. Khaled Karraï (attocube systems AG, Germany), Prof. Alexander Högele (Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany)

Product Video

4 mins


attoDRY LAB

attocube's integrated nano-characterization platform connects the outstanding cooling performance of the fully automated attoDRY1100 low-vibration cryostat with sophisticated instrumentation such as attocube's world-renown low temperature scanning probe microscopes. attoDRY LAB: Cool Down. Measure. Publish.

Product Video

7 mins


attoAFM closed loop scanning

Piezo-based scanners routinely used for scanning probe microscsopy (SPM) deliver high resolution, yet suffer from nonlinearities and creep, resulting in image distortion and difficult feature retrieval with high precision. Using a fiber-based interferometer, our cryogenic SPMs feature closed loop scanning and a 'global' sample coordinate  (GSC) system over 5 mm x 5 mm.

User Tutorial

1 min


alignment-free cantilever holder

attocube introduces its new alignment-free cantilever holder facilitating tip exchange and the mechanical alignment of the cantilever in all AFM/MFM microscopes. The new AFM head features a folding mechanism, which allows to easily extract the cantilever holder for tip exchange without dismounting the AFM head itself.

Product Video

8 mins


attoTMS

Tired of the difficulties in combining different instruments in one software routine yourself? The attoTMS based on the Nanonis TrameaTM software with dedicated attocube mo- dules allows for automated measurements with variable temperature, magnetic field, 3D sample orientation and arbitrarily varying electrical signals.

Product Video

1 min


atto3DR

The 3DR double rotation module provides access to full magnetic field (e.g. 9T) in all directions relative to the sample surface. attocube's brand new 3-dimensional rotator unit for in-situ operation makes vector magnets obsolete. Be smart - rotate your sample, not the magnet!

Product Video

1 min


Installation at ICN2

The group of G. Catalán & N. Domingo created a video of the installation of an attoAFM & an attoDRY1000 @ their institute: Apart from surface topography, the new equipment can map electronic, electromechanical and magnetic properties with nanoscopic lateral resolution, at temperatures as low as 4 K and under magnetic fields as high as 9T. Visit their website here www.icn2.cat

Product Video

3 mins


IDS3010 - Trailer

  • ultra-compact IDS3010 laser interferometer for contactless measurement
  • Outstanding precision, measurement range and speed
  • Broad compatibility and flexible integration into challenging industry setups

User Tutorial

9 mins


IDS3010 - measurement software

  • Tutorial about main functionalities and operation of the IDS measurement software WAVE
  • Intuitive user interface for extensive data analysis and processing
  • Fast and easy data acquisition, evaluation and reporting

User Tutorial

7 mins


IDS3010 - Loan Kit

  • Tutorial about the most important components of the IDS loan kit
  • Explanation connectivity, interface setup and functionality of the IDS system
  • Services to ensure the best solution for your application

Product Video

2 mins


IDS3010 presentation

  • Collection of challenging industry applications
  • Ultra-Precise displacement and vibration measurement
  • Main features and advantages of the IDS3010

Product Video

1 min


IDS3010 working principle

  • Working principle of Fabry-Perot Interferometry for ultra stable measurements
  • Compact components for extreme environments and long working ranges
  • IDS3010 interferometer for ultimate precision

Product Application

1 min


Sensor for ultra-precise adjustments

  • Mulit-Axis interferometrie for machine integrated measurements at the point of interest
  • Eliminate errors of incremental encoders related to both design and mounting
  • High bandwidth and multiple real-time interfaces for advances machine control

Product Application

1 min


Measurement system for pick & place applications

  • Highes accuracy for semiconductor lithography, inspection and pick & place applications
  • Compact sensors for multi-dimensional measurements
  • Advanced vibration analysis as basis for performance improvement

Product Application

1 min


Motor shaft concentricity measurements

  • Contactless concentricity measurement of motor shafts, crankshafts and camshafts
  • High speed and precision detection of imbalances and resulting runout erros
  • Improved quality and (predictive) maintenance in precision machining

Product Application

1 min


In-line process control in extreme conditions

  • Process controls in extreme environmental conditions
  • Miniaturized optical sensor heads for vacuum, radiation harsh, high & low temperature deployment
  • Increased precision for etching and EUV lithography systems

Product Application

1 min


Detection of vibration amplitudes

  • Contactless vibration measurement of workpiece and precision tool
  • Active vibration compensation up to high frequencies
  • Vibration analysis at short and long distances

Product Application

1 min


Calibration of machine tools and CMMs

  • Fiber based Fabry-Perot interferometer for machines tooles and CMMs
  • Cost and time efficient utilization compared to Michelson interferometers
  • System integration for permanent and direct measurement at the workpiece

Scientific Presentation

13 mins


In-Situ Nanoscale Hydrogen Diffusion Dynamics

Speaker: Julian Karst (University of Stuttgart)

  • dynamic plasmonic color display
  • active plasmonics and switchable metasurfaces
  • optimisation of H diffusion kinetics

Product Demonstration

61 mins


neaSDK: Your Microscope's Autopilot

  • user case and application of neaSDK
  • automated neaSCOPE measurements using neaSDK
  • extend neaSCOPE's operation and evaluation capabilities

User Tutorial

41 mins


Near-Field Probing Phenomena – Part I

Speaker: Rainer Hillenbrand (CIC nanoGUNE)

  • impact of AFM-tip geometry in s-SNOM measurements
  • interpreting near-field signals and artifacts
  • influence of AFM mechanics and tip-sample interactions

User Tutorial

34 mins


Introduction to s-SNOM

Speaker: Fritz Keilmann (LMU Munich)

  • understanding super-resolution techniques
  • applications and innovations in microscopy
  • future directions and practical implementations

User Tutorial

66 mins


Introduction to Atomic Force Microscopy

Speaker: Lukas Eng (TU Dresden)

  • understanding the principles and challenges of AFM
  • mastering AFM operation modes and techniques
  • optimizing AFM environments and forces

User Tutorial

55 mins


s-SNOM and nano-FTIR intro and overrview

Speaker: Rainer Hillenbrand (CIC nanoGUNE)

  • understanding the fundamentals and mechanics of s-SNOM
  • advanced detection techniques in s-SNOM and nano-FTIR
  • theoretical modeling and practical applications

User Tutorial

57 mins


Pseudo-heterodyne (PsHet) interferometric detection in s-SNOM

Speaker: Martin Schnell (CIC nanoGUNE)

  • understanding the fundamentals and mechanics of s-SNOM
  • advanced detection techniques in s-SNOM and nano-FTIR
  • theoretical modeling and practical applications

User Tutorial

66 mins


Photocurent nanoscopy

Speaker: Frank Koppens (ICFO, Castelldefels)

  • photocurrent nanoscopy's role in material science research
  • application and insights in 2D materials, especially graphene
  • techniques and challenges in photocurrent nanoscopy research

User Tutorial

62 mins


nano-FTIR spectroscopy - part I

Speaker: Raul Freitas (LNLS Synchrotron)

  • synchrotron light sources and beam dynamics
  • application and principles of nano-FTIR
  • practical challenges and solutions in nano-FTIR

User Tutorial

17 mins


AFM and s-SNOM Data Processing using Gwyddion

  • correct data interpretation and adjustment
  • normalization and referencing in afm analysis
  • software proficiency for complex data analysis

User Tutorial

32 mins


nano-FTIR spectroscopy part-II

Speaker: Raul Freitas (LNLS Synchrotron)

  • understanding metallic tips in optical enhancement
  • insights into interferometry and nearfield reflections
  • practical applications and data analysis

User Tutorial

51 mins


Modeling of Near-field Optical Contrast and Spectra

  • understanding the theory and models behind s-SNOM
  • importance of reference and normalization in s-SNOM data
  • practical approaches and challenges in s-SNOM data analysis

User Tutorial

59 mins


Material Contrasts in s-SNOM and nano-FTIR

  • characterization of organic samples with s-SNOM
  • resonance phenomena in strong oscillators and phonons
  • charge carrier dynamics in inorganic materials

User Tutorial

22 mins


Near-Field Probing Phenomena – Part II

  • understanding indirect illumination in s-SNOM
  • utilizing the harmonic ratio for more accurate data
  • impact of far-field effects and practical tips:

User Tutorial

22 mins


Near-Field Probing Phenomena – Part III

Speaker: Iris Niehues (CIC nanoGUNE)

  • understanding negative phase contrast
  • factors influencing negative phase contrast
  • correcting negative Phase contrast

User Tutorial

63 mins


Advanced AFM Modes

Speaker: Lukas Eng (IAP, TU Dresden)

  • various scanning force microscopy modes and their applications
  • electrostatic compensation in scanning force microscopy
  • advanced applications and time-resolved measurements

User Tutorial

68 mins


Plasmon and Phonon Polariton Mapping in 2D Materials

Speaker: Pablo Alonso-Gonzalez (University of Oviedio)

  • exploration of polariton physics in 2D materials
  • properties and visualization techniques of graphene plasmons
  • anisotropic behavior and novel optical phenomena in MoO3

User Tutorial

58 mins


Near-field Imaging of Plasmonic and Dielectric Antennas and Waveguides

Speaker: Vladimir Zenin (SDU Nano Optics)

  • transmission mode advantages in s-SNOM
  • waveguide analysis and nanoantennas in s-SNOM
  • practical tips and data analysis techniques

User Tutorial

61 mins


Photoinduced Forces and Photothermal Expansion

Speaker: Antonio Ambrosio

  • understanding local and non-local forces in AFM
  • differentiating photothermal and photo-induced forces
  • practical applications and experimental considerations