Scienta omicron Newsflyer Fall 2021
Welcome to the Scienta Omicron Newsflyer for Fall 2021. 40 years ago in 1981, our co-founder Prof. Kai Siegbahn was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for developing the method of Electron Spectroscopy for chemical analysis (ESCA/XPS) – thereby creating the starting point for Scienta. Since then, the technology has been extended to incorporate Molecular Beam Epitaxy, Thin Film Deposition, Scanning Probe Microscopy Systems and a wide range of components. Keeping our tradition of pioneering and leading Surface Science and Nanotechnology innovation, Scienta Omicron is excited to release the revolutionary DFS30 analyser – a ground-breaking and patent pending Electrostatic 3D Focus Adjustment technology. We are also launching our new CREATE Platform – a configurable platform delivering your unique UHV Systems.
German MBE Workshop 2021
Scienta Omicron is looking forward to participating as exhibitor on the 2021 German MBE Workshop. The Workshop will be organised by the Physics department of the University of Göttingen as a virtual conference. Continuing the longstanding tradition of an annual meeting for the German speaking MBE community, the main objective is to provide a platform for young researchers, where they can present their work and discuss it with leaders in their respective fields.
POLAR SPM Lab: Low Temperature SPM with Unsurpassed Hold Time
The key features include: STM, QPlus® AFM & Spectroscopy; Guaranteed Helium Holding Time: >200 h; Integrated TRIBUS Head; Sample and Tip Temperature T <5 K; Vertical Magnetic Field: B = ±5 T; and Independent Tip and Sample Exchange.
Molecular Beam Epitaxial (MBE) Growth of Topological Materials
Scienta Omicron’s MBE and In-Situ Surface Analysis Solutions Facilitate Future Development. Topological materials are a significant focus in today‘s condensed matter physics, as pointed out in the excellent perspective article recently compiled by Matthew Brahlek et al. Scienta Omicron is proud to contribute with integrated MBE and surface analysis instruments to the investigation and development of topological materials.