Virtual Exhibitors

     
 

Cryogenic Ltd

Email: sales@cryogenic.co.uk

Website: www.cryogenic.co.uk
Twitter: @cryogenicltd
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Cryogenic Limited produces a wide variety of customised superconducting magnet systems, including solenoids to 22 Tesla, split pairs to 14 Tesla, 2D and 3D vector configurations, magnets for UHV soft x-ray, muon, optical and neutron beamline environments, as well as bespoke large bore magnets for gyrotron and mineral separation applications. Our range of measurement systems includes magnets for NMR, EPR, SQUID and vibrating sample magnetometers, electrical and thermal transport measurements, combined with ultra-low temperature capabilities down to 300 mK with 3He or 50 mK with a dilution refrigerator. These configurations are offered as either cryogen free or low boil off liquid helium cooled magnet systems.




 

Henniker Scientific Ltd

Email: info@henniker-scientific.com

Website: www.henniker-scientific.com
Twitter: @HennikerSci
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Henniker Scientific supply a comprehensive range of components, instruments & complete systems for thin film deposition and surface analysis. Our range includes components such as: bakeout and sample heating controllers, UHV manipulation and transferring solutions, ion, electron, X-Ray and UV sources and custom multi-technique deposition (organics, metals, topological insulators) and analysis (XPS, SPM, SIMS, LEED, Auger) systems. The range of instruments is further complimented by plasma surface modification systems for UHV surface preparation and surface functionalisation.




 

kiutra GmbH

Email: sales@kiutra.com

Website: www.kiutra.com
Twitter: @kiutra_GmbH
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At kiutra we share a common goal: To provide our customers with top notch and easy-to-use, cryogen-free low-temperature equipment. With our magnetic cooling devices we facilitate scientific research, accelerate hardware development, and enable industrial applications of quantum technologies by freeing them from their dependence on the supply of cryogens. kiutra is the first supplier for cryostats providing both standard “one-shot” and multi-stage continuous Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigeration (cADR) – an elegant new technique for the permanent generation of sub-Kelvin temperatures. Due to their cryogen-free magnetic cooling principle our cryostats offer fast and simple cooling to temperatures below 1 K, independent of helium-3. All our cryostats can be controlled by a modern, user-friendly software based on an open-source Python framework that is easily tailored to user-specific measurement setups and instrumentation. If you are interested to learn more about kiutra, our products or roadmap, we invite you to visit our brand-new website or just get in contact.




 

Bluefors

Email: sales@bluefors.com

Website: www.bluefors.com
Twitter: @BlueFors_Ltd
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Bluefors manufactures cryogenic measurement systems and has a strong focus in the field of quantum technology. We are dedicated to delivering the most reliable and easy-to-operate systems on the market. The quality of our products in combination with our scalable production capabilities, has made the quantum technology industry recognize us as the preferred choice for their ultra-low temperature requirements. We offer a variety of base models to meet the specific needs of each customer.  These needs can be equipped with a wide range of options. For example, experimental wiring, optical access and magnet integration. Our systems can be customized to meet the special requirements of each experiment allowing the customer to get in direct contact with the scientists and engineers that design their system. Bluefors – cool for progress.




 

Heidelberg Instruments

Email: sales-nano@himt.ch

Website: www.heidelberg-instruments.com
Twitter: @HeidelbergInstr
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Heidelberg Instruments offers the widest range of direct write micro- and nanolithography systems in the world, from low-cost desktop solutions to high-end writers for substrates larger than 1m. Their products are used for prototyping in R&D, industrial manufacturing, and academic research. A full wafer can be patterned in a few minutes with sub-micron resolution, making mask aligners obsolete. Single-nm resolution with simultaneous pattern inspection is achieved with the unique NanoFrazor technology. The NanoFrazor systems use a heated AFM-tip for structuring a thermal responsive resist. This allows for generating sub-20nm horizontal features without proximity effect. The gentil process is particularly suitable for contacting and structuring 2D materials.




 

Quantum Design UK and Ireland Ltd

Email: info@qd-uki.co.uk

Website: www.qd-uki.co.uk
Twitter: @qd_uki
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Quantum Design UK and Ireland are one of the leading distributors of high-tech instrumentation and consumables for scientific, academic and industrial research. We are part of the Quantum Design International (QDI) group. QDI manufacture and distribute scientific and industrial instrumentation through an international network with subsidiaries in every major technological centre around the world. QDI’s success in distributing scientific instruments comes from more than 30 years’ experience in manufacturing and distributing its own industry-leading materials characterisation systems.




   

attocube systems AG

Email: info@attocube.com

Website: www.attocube.com

attocube offers a broad portfolio of cryogenic measurement instrumentation, ranging from nanopositioning stages to cryogenic microscopes and low vibration closed cycle cryostats. The company is leading single-source supplier for various cryogenic research techniques such as AFM, confocal & RAMAN microscopy, as well as 3D transport measurements. The attoDRY800 – a cryo-optical table - offers obstruction free optical access to the sample which makes it the system of choice for challenging quantum optics experiments. attocube has a proven track record of cooperating with the world’s leading scientists. This guarantees highest levels of consulting competence, a comprehensive on-site installation service, and professional after-sales support.




 

Oxford Instruments Nanoscience

Email: celine.bansal@oxinst.com

Website: www.oxinst.com
Twitter: @OxInst
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Oxford Instruments NanoScience designs, supplies and supports market-leading research tools that enable quantum technologies, new materials and device development in the physical sciences. Our tools support research down to the atomic scale through creation of high performance, cryogen-free low temperature and magnetic environments, based upon our core technologies in low and ultra-low temperatures, high magnetic fields and system integration, with ever-increasing levels of experimental and measurement readiness.

Key dates

Abstract submission deadline:

1 May 2021 [Extended to 16 May]

Early-bird registration deadline:

5 June 2021

Registration deadline:

14 June 2021


Organised by the Quantum and Soft Matter Group, University of Bristol


Sponsored by the Materials for Quantum Technology Journal