July 10th, 2020

Lab10 MBE System Remotely Installed

A screen clip during the remote installation of the Lab10 | © Scienta Omicron

Scienta Omicron is pleased to announce the successful remote installation of a Lab10 MBE Deposition System in Canada.

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May 15th, 2020

Scienta Omicron Ships SPM System from Factory Site in Germany

The LT STM Lab product from Scienta Omicron | © Scienta Omicron

Scienta Omicron is an international company with headquarters and factories in Uppsala, Sweden and Taunusstein, Germany. We are pleased to share that we have recently shipped a LT SPM Lab to a customer in China. This LT SPM Lab is the first system to be partly built and tested in the recently founded SPM and XPS Business Unit in Taunusstein. The new SPM and XPS Business Unit was formed after the merger with Sigma Surface Science and has been operating out of these premises since February 2020.

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May 13th, 2020

Collaborating with our Customers on HAXPES Measurements

Dr Susanna Eriksson at Scienta Omicron in Uppsala  | © Scienta Omicron

At Scienta Omicron it is very important to us to support our customers with industry leading technology. As researchers ourselves we understand the value of demonstrable evidence in the funding application process, so, for Hard X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (HAXPES) Lab systems we are delighted to be able to offer prospective customers demonstration sessions to perform preliminary studies on their own sample. These sessions are limited opportunities for prospective customers to become oriented with the system and to perform initial measurements with the support of our team of technical experts and engineers.

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May 8th, 2020

ALD-XPS system at Dublin City University (DCU)

Figure 1: ALD process: TMA dose times and purge times.  XPS spectra can be collected as each point of the individual ALD cycle by transferring the wafer via the OIPT Hexhandler from the ALD chamber to the Scienta Omicron XPS chamber and back. | © Nano Research Centre, Dublin City University

The Nano Research Facility at DCU is an open-access multi-disciplinary research platform available to DCU researchers, visiting research teams and industry collaborators in Dublin, Ireland. It has a wide range of facilities including microscopy, materials and surface analysis, and materials processing.

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