Cryofree Instrumentation for Experiments on Quantum Materials
Experiments at low temperatures, down to a few milliKelvin and at high magnetic fields offer unique opportunities to probe the physics of quantum materials.
In this presentation, Oxford Instruments NanoScience will share how sophisticated instrumentation allows us to study the fascinating properties of materials - reaching temperatures below 10 mK and magnetic fields up to 14 Tesla and more!
Find out the technical specifications and application of these products, and our collaboration with industries and universities worldwide for materials discovery.
17th May 2022 09:00 CET | Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen
24th May 2022 14:00 CET | Walter Schottky Institute