attocube is technology leader in nanoscale cryogenic measurement instrumentation, including low vibration closed-cycle cryostats, cryo-optical tables and various measurement inserts compatible with low temperatures & high magnetic fields, used for research techniques such as MFM, PFM and KPFM. attoAFM/CFM, the combined atomic force and confocal microscope, serves as a platform for NV magnetometry. attocube’s powerful all-in-one solution for transport measurements – the attoTMS – combines the Nanonis TrameaTM electronics with the atto3DR rotator that effectively replaces a 3D vector magnet by a solenoid.
SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES is a renowned manufacturer of advanced thin-film deposition equipment for magnetic sensors (TMR, GMR, AMR), integrated inductors, MRAM, µLED, Advanced Packaging (RDL/UBM), Interconnects, and other semiconductor applications. It is the trusted partner in the respective industry and extends its leadership in the thin-film deposition technology for semiconductor applications. The PVD tools from SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES with the brand name TIMARIS offer a complete portfolio of process modules for a variety of applications.
Quantum Design manufactures automated material characterization systems providing temperatures from 0.05 to 1000 K, magnetic fields up to 16 tesla, and a wide range of measurements, including: magnetometry, electrical transport, heat capacity, thermal transport, and FMR. Instruments include the PPMS®, SQUID-based MPMS®3, VersaLab™, and DynaCool™. Additionally, Quantum Design manufactures helium liquefiers and recovery systems, and an innovative 7 tesla magneto-optical cryostat (OptiCool®). Quantum Design also distributes direct write lithography systems, NanoMOKE, FMR spectrometers, rapid-cycle sub-kelvin cryostats, an AFM solution for SEM/FIB, compact Helium-ion beam process technology to enhance the magnetic properties of thin films, and NV-based scanning magnetometry.
Event Supporting: Symposium – Imaging Magnetic Textures at the Nanoscale
Qnami is a VC-backed high-tech company with its roots at the Physics Department of the University of Basel in Switzerland. It develops fundamental new technology using quantum mechanics. The control of the state of a single electron enables measurement with a precision that was never achieved before. The technique is called quantum sensing and Qnami is enthusiastically developing it to improve people’s lives and the world. Extensive academic research and deep knowledge build the ground for all that Qnami does. With this technology, Qnami is redefining the common understanding of precision. Qnami offers an open team culture of mutual respect and intercultural understanding which is both business and scientific minded.
Event Supporting: Best Poster Award
GMW began operations in 1982 in Redwood City, California. Hilton Glavish, Barry MacKinnon and Ian Walker, from the defunct New Zealand company ANAC, came to the US to support their existing North American customers. The company quickly moved from solely Lab Electromagnets into instrumentation, getting into the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) business with the founding of Metrolab Technology in the mid 80’s. Accelerator Physics and MRI drove growth throughout the 80’s and into the 90’s, with the Superconducting Supercollider (SSC) cancellation in 1993 allowing the company to further diversify into additional markets. GMW moved to our current location in San Carlos in 1991, and has expanded our Industrial Road facility three times since, now having 13,000 square feet and adding state-of-the art measuring equipment in magnetic field and electric current.