Scienta Omicron Newsflyer Fall 2019
This edition of the News provides an update on Scienta Omicron´s Global Service Meeting (GSM) held in September 2019, bringing more than 25 service personnel from around the globe. Furthermore, it includes information on the installation of a new NanoESCA for momentum microscopy and imaging XPS at MPI Stuttgart, and a HAXPES Lab at Meiji University, Tokyo, by Prof. A. Ogura to perform HAXPES measurements directly in their laboratory; specific analysis of quantum jamming transition using Scienta Omicron LT Nanoprobe; a glimpse on ARPES manipulators and 1 BAR XPS; a step-by-step analysis through sub-molecular imaging using the LT STM; ARPES Lab results on disordered TMDCs; and a quick glance on Gas Reaction Cell GRC 1300.
HAXPES Lab at Henry Royce Institute, UK
We are delighted to announce that Scienta Omicron´s much talked about system HAXPES Lab has been successfully installed and inaugurated at the Henry Royce Institute (HRI) at The University of Manchester. The HRI is the front door to the UK material research and innovation community open to academia, industry and the public. Their research tackles some of the most pressing challenges facing today´s society, from providing energy for future cities to decolonization and new recyclable materials.
Scienta Omicron News Spring 2019
This issue of the Scienta Omicron News features in-depth information on Materials Innovation Platform (MIP); HAXPES Lab – now available for lab use; the new DA20 ARPES Analyser; breakthrough for spin-filtered momentum microscopy based on experiments by Dr. Christian Tusche using the NanoESCA end-station synchrotron Elettra, Italy; HREELS for the ARPES Lab – a partnership between Scienta Omicron and Forschungszentrum Jülich; TESLA JT SPM – a versatile 1K SPM; Autonomous Atomic Scale Manufacturing through Machine Learning; XPS Lab; LT STM; and QSpeed AFMTM.
Scienta Omicron Newsflyer Fall 2018
This edition of the Scienta Omicron News includes information on Spin-Resolved ARPES: Highlight from Taiwan; TESLA JT SPM: Continuous SPM imaging during magnetic field variation; QSpeedTM AFM mode with MATRIX 4; Bristol NanoESCA Laboratory; New Linear Transfer Line: A backbone for UHV Cluster Systems; and News from HAXPES Lab: New publication & webinar.