January 2013/ edition 1
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Dear {{First Name}} {{Last Name}},

We hope you had a fantastic start into 2013! attocube is looking forward to an inspiring new year with pioneering ideas, 
exciting challenges and excellent new products to come. Let's get started:


Meet us at the 12th Joint MMM/Intermag Conference!

Visit us at booth #5 at the Joint MMM/Intermag Conference in Chicago next week. There you can get a close-up look at one of attocubes' exciting new product developments: the fully automated cryogen-free attoDRY1100. This top loading, low-vibration closed cycle cryostat is the base for attocubes’ low temperature measurement systems which offer a wide range of research techniques such as AFM, MFM, SHPM, confocal, and RAMAN microscopy as well as transport measurements. Our technical sales experts Anja and Florian are looking forward to meeting with you next week and explaining you more in detail about this exciting new system.


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Are you looking for an inspiring job in a young
& highly motivated team?

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Meet us at:

MMM-Intermag, Chicago, January 14 - 18
HASYLAB, Hamburg, January 25
SPIE, San Francisco, February 05 - 07
SPIE, San Jose, February 26 - 27
DPG, Regensburg, March 11 - 13
APS, Baltimore, March 19 - 21


  schedule an appointment at MMM  





application note award 2012: Haptic 3D Micromanipulation

attocube proudly presents: Andreas Schmid, the winner of the attocube application note award 2012!

Andreas and co-workers invented an haptic micro-manipulation system based on attocube systems positioners and an ANC350 controller operating in closed loop mode. Using a built-in force sensor and a force-feedback joystick, they can touch, feel, and move even smallest nanoparticles with it!!


   3D application note  





atto3DR - watch our video

attocube's brand new 3-dimensional rotation unit makes vector magnets obsolete!

The atto3DR double rotation module is a most useful accessory to all attocube cryostats: combining a superconducting magnet such as available for any of the attoDRY or attoLIQUID systems with the atto3DR provides access to the full magnetic field
(e.g. 9 T) in all directions relative to the sample surface.


    watch our atto3DR video  





attocubes' updated publication list

Take a look at our new & updated publication list. With a total of 120 pioneering publications - a lot of them in Nature or Science - we strongly stick to our vision of creating scientific impact for the international research community. 

This constantly growing list is proof of the success of our instruments but also motivation to keep on inventing first-class solutions for research labs all over the world.



publication list