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March 1st, 2018

ScientaOmicron Newsflyer Spring 2018

HAXPES Lab System  | © Scienta Omicron

This edition of the Scienta Omicron News features information on HAXPES Lab that brings HAXPES to end user´s laboratories including an interview with Anna Regoutz, Imperial College London; TESLA JT SPM the latest development in the history of successful scanning probe microscopes; Scientia Professor Michelle Simmons who was named 2018 Australian of the Year in recognition for her pioneering research and inspiring leadership in quantum computing; HiPP Lab; installation of NanoESCA with Laser at Graz University of Technology; ARPES Lab; and LT STM III – on stage optics for TERS.

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September 1st, 2017

ScientaOmicron Newsflyer Fall 2017

This edition of the Scienta Omicron News includes information on the Toulouse Nanocar race; the new MARTIX 4 for the LT NANOPROBE; TESLA JT SPM – demonstrating atomic resolution STM on Au(111) at T=1.03K; MBE growth with Lab10 MBE System; HAXPES Lab demo system; and ARPES-Lab – the expert solution for high-end ARPES results.

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March 1st, 2017

ScientaOmicron Newsflyer Spring 2017

Three technicians working on a Scienta Omicron system  | © Scienta Omicron

This edition of the Scienta Omicron News includes information on the completion of the establishment of Scienta Omicron from the merger of VG Scienta and Omicron Nanotechnology; third generation of LT STM; new MATRIX 4 SPM Controller; new TESLA JT SPM; MBE growth of Chalcopyrite Nanowires; Fermi DryCoolTM SPM; Lab solutions – XPS-Lab, ARPES-Lab, and HAXPES Lab – for electron spectroscopy; spin resolved spectroscopy; and strategic alliance between Scienta Omicron and OCI Vacuum Microengineering.

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September 1st, 2016

ScientaOmicron Newsflyer Fall 2016

TESLA JT SPM TriLeg Concept  | © Scienta Omicron

This edition of the Scienta Omicron News includes information on Scienta Omcron´s strategic partnership with CryoVac on the new Scienta Omicron TESLA JT SPM; the new Scienta Omicron System installation in Poland at EIT+ for in-situ growth and analysis of functional materials; ESCA 2SR – a new XPS instrument; MATRIX SPM control system; NanoESCA System for Bristol University; ARPES-Lab System; and NanoRace in Toulouse.

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