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attoACADEMY user meetings

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Join our attoACADEMY events and learn more about latest research topics & measurement techniques achieved with attocube's instruments! Renowned scientists will give you exciting insights into their research, attocube experts talk on latest developments and product news.

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Recent topics

APS March 2018

  • Remarkable Long-Term Stability of Nanoconfined Metal-Halide Perovskite Crystals against Degradation and Polymorph Transitions
    Ms. Xiaoqing Kong, Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science, Stevens Institute of Technology

  • Room-temperature Scanning Probe Microscopy - How Experimental Requirements Force Improvements in Already Excellent Thermal Stability
    Dr. Amit Finkler, Department of Chemical and Biological Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science

  • Beyond Qualitative: Using MFM to Probe Superconductivity, Vortices, and Skyrmions
    Dr. Ophir Auslaender, Physics Department Technion, Israel Institute of Technology

  • Ultra-broadband Synchrotron Infrared Nano Spectroscopy and User Science
    Dr. Michael C. Martin, Advanced Light Source (ALS), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

  • Cryogenic Near-Field Microscopy of Correlated Electron Phase Transitions
    Dr. Alex S. McLeod, Department of Physics, Columbia University in the City of New York
  • cryo-neaSNOM - Cryogenic Optical Nanoscopy and Nano-spectroscopy with <20nm Spatial Resolution
    Dr. Max Eisele, Senior Application Engineer,neaspec GmbH

  • From Micro to Mesoscale - Fully Automated Transport Measurements in Complex Parameter Spaces
    Dr. Balázs Sipos, Head of Customer Success, attocube systems AG, Munich, Germany


APS March 2017

  • Dr. Balázs Sipos, attocube systems AG, Munich, Germany
    Automated angle-dependent transport measurements at variable temperature and AFM with integrated sample GPS
  • Prof. Kin Fai Mak, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Physics, PA, USA
    Valley and spin-polarized Landau levels in single-layer transition metal dichalcogenides
  • Dr. Hao Liu, Fudan University, Department of Physics, Shanghai, China
    Observing single phase states in manganite nanodiscs

APS March 2016

  • Dr. Balázs Sipos, attocube systems AG, Munich, Germany
    From vortices to skyrmions: the latest advancements and applications in  low temperature scanning probe microscopy
  • Mr. Shuo Sun, Department of Electrical and Comupter Engineering, University of Maryland
    Cavity quantum electrodynamics with semiconductor quantum dots
  • Dr. Naufer Nusran, Materials Science & Engineering, Ames Laboratory
    Using NV-centers in diamond for optical magnetic sensing in superconductors
  • Ms. Chitraleema Chakraborty, Institute of Optics, University of Rochester
    Voltage controlled quantum emission from an atomically thin semiconductor

APS March 2015

  • Dr. Florian Otto, attocube systems AG, Munich
    The world’s first cryo-optical table & other innovations in cryogenic microscopy 
  • Dr. Joris Van de Vondel, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
    Time-resolved low temperature scanning tunneling microscopy to investigate the dynamics of the superconducting condensate
  • Dr. Angela Hight Walker, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, USA
    Probing charge density waves of 2D materials with temperature-dependent magneto-raman spectroscopy
  • Dr. Gervasi Herranz, ICMAB, Barcelona, Spain
    Optical imaging of ferroelectric and magnetic materials at the diffraction limit
  • Prof. Rainer Hillenbrand, Nanooptics Group, CIC Nanogune, San Sebastian, Spain
    Nanoscale infrared spectroscopy of molecular fingerprints
  • Prof. Dimitri Basov, Department of Physics, UC San Diego, CA, USA
    Broad-band ultra-fast nano-spectroscopy and nano-imaging of complex materials

nanoMRI 2015

  • Dr. Balázs Sipos, attocube systems AG, Munich, Germany
    The world's first cryo-optical table & other innovations in cryogenic microscopy
  • Dr. Yonathan Anahory, Weizmann Institute of Science, Department of Condensed Matter Pyhiscs, Israel
    Scanning SQUID-on-tip microscopy: magnetic imaging on the nanoscale
  • Prof. Dr. Eva Weig, University Konstanz, Department of Physics, Germany
    Mechanical impendance mismatch spectroscopy - nanomechanics, microwaves and an attoAFM

APS March 2014

  • Dr. Florian Otto, attocube systems AG, Munich, Germany
    Recent developments and outlook on upcoming innovations
  • Dr. Yoon Seok Oh, Department of Physics & Astronomy, Rutgers University
    Low-temperature piezo-force microscopy study of multiferroics
  • Dr. Bernhard Urbaszek, LPCNO, INSA Toulouse
    Confocal microscopy in closed Helium-cycle cryostats: Optical control of the electron spin and valley index in semiconductor nano-structures

QD 2014

  • Dr. Chaoyang Lu, USTC Shanghai, China
    Pushing for the limit of single photon sources driving on attoDRY1000
  • Dr. Martin Kroner, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
    Resonant laser spectroscopy of single quantum dots in an optical dilution cryostat
  • Dr. Christoph Bödefeld, attocube systems AG, Munich, Germany
    Recent developments and outlook on upcoming innovations

MRS Fall 2014

  • Dr. Florian Otto, attocube systems AG, Munich, Germany
    Applications of attoAFM I: Recent PFM and MFM application results
  • Andrew J. Kerman, Ph.D., Quantum Information and Integrated Nanosystems Group, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
    Quantum device technology research at MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  • Dr. Johan Ek Weis, J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry of the AS CR, v.v.i., Prague
    Raman spectroscopy of mono and bilayer graphene at low temperatures
  • Dr. Andreas Huber, Director Sales & Applications Development, neaspec GmbH
    Introducting nano-FTIR - imaging and spectroscopy at 10nm resolutions

MRS 2013

  • Dr. Balázs Sipos, attocube systems AG, Munich, Germany
    Imaging Skyrmions using attoMFM in a cryogen free environment
  • Eleonora Vella, Department of Physics, University of Montreal, Canada
    Ultrashort pulse spectral dispersion induced by attocube microscope objectives
  • Anna Fontcuberta i Morral,  School of Engineering, EPFL Lausanne
    III-V semiconductor nanowires, fundamental and applied aspects