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2021, October: QDM Visit at FELMI TU Graz

Last week, we visited our partners and customers at FELMI-ZFE Institut TU Graz. We made sure that their AFSEM was still delivering high quality results and supported them with the development of new measurement setups.

We cannot wait to see their future research using Correlative Microscopy!

2022-01-10T07:30:11+00:00October 20th, 2021|

2021, September: AFSEM nano at Stanford University

We are more than thrilled to announce that we installed an AFSEM at Stanford University

After the installation by our colleagues at Quantum Design, the AFSEM can now be used in combination with the Thermo Fisher Scientific Teneo SEM and the Kleindiek Nanotechnik nanomanipulator shuttle stage at the group of Fritz Prinz.

We cannot wait to see the unique measurements they will perform using this cool setup!

2022-01-10T07:23:02+00:00October 1st, 2021|

2021, August: Microscopy and Microanalysis Virtual Meeting 2021

Learn more about the AFSEM at this year’s M&M virtual meeting, which takes place from the 1st until the 5th of August. On the 3rd at 12:30 PM Christian Schwalb will be giving a talk at talking all about magnetic and conductive measurements using the AFSEM.

You can also meet us at the Quantum Design virtual booth. We would love to welcome you there to show you how Correlative Microscopy can benefit your application!

2021-07-26T09:06:34+00:00July 26th, 2021|

2021, April: AFSEM publication: Direct visualization of deformations in graphene membranes

Have you read this publication yet?

It is a great example of why Correlative Microscopy is such a powerful analysis method.
Using the SEM you can observe the deformations of graphene inflicted by the cantilever tip and afterwards analyse them even further by AFM.

Check it out via this link!

2021-07-15T10:53:16+00:00April 11th, 2021|

2021, February: AFSEM publication: Granular Hall Sensors for Scanning Probe Microscopy

Have you read this publication yet?

QDM’s Johanna and Chris explain how nanogranular ferromagnetic Hall  devices fabricated by the direct-write method of FEBID can be tailor-made for any given probe geometry and show first proof-of-principle results on the use of this novel sensor.

Check it out via this link!

2021-02-18T14:30:25+00:00February 18th, 2021|
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